WAYNE — The Bears raced out of the gates in their Great Northeast Neb. Shootout opener with Arlington, then hung on to claim a seven-point win.
COLERIDGE — The last issue of the Coleridge Blade has rolled off the presses, ending a 131-year run for Coleridge’s community newspaper.
COLERIDGE — This year’s Year in Review section begins with many accomplishments and achievements from Coleridge area residents.
Feb. 6, 2019
WAYNE — During the Say Yes to FCS conference at Wayne State College, attendees heard from keynote speaker, Dr. Lisa Wanek, who earned a bachelor’s degree in FCS Education.
COLERIDGE — LCC School Board members got an update on some personnel changes at their meeting here last week.
The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Elementary Student Council hosted a Water Balloon Challenge to start the 2019-20 school year. Classrooms were challenged to bring in the most Box Tops in order to get
WEST POINT — Laurel-Concord-Coleridge came up one match short of reaching the state tournament, falling in a three-set match to fourthseeded Archbishop Bergan in the D1-4 district final at West Poi
COLERIDGE — The LCC Jr. High volleyball season recently came to a close. Here is a look at recent action.
STROMSBURG — Cross County’s running attack proved to be more than the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears could handle.