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LAUREL — Several area residents stood wide-eyed Wednesday night and watched as pieces of their lives floated past.

HARTINGTON - Flood waters swept through the Cedar County Fairgrounds last week, causing damage to many of the buildings and even completely moving one of the 4-H barns.

What has been classified as a “Bomb Cyclone”, a rapidly intensifying area of low pressure causing hurricane force winds and heavy precipitation, wreaked havoc over most of Nebraska last week, in

School

COLERIDGE — LCC Middle School students saw a problem and wanted to help make things better.

The Student Council launched a Penny War to raise funds for an area family.

OMAHA — An area student has been honored by the University of Nebraska Medical Center for her academic success.

HOMER — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Speech team continued their season last Saturday at the Homer Knight Invite.

Sports

COLERIDGE — The 2018-19 Jr. High basketball season started in early December.

S. SIOUX CITY — Two of the top teams in Class C2 met Monday for a chance to go to State, but only one would go home with that invitation.

WYNOT — The LCC boys basketball team solidified their playoff standing and dominated Wynot in an 80-39 blowout win Friday in the regular-season finale for both teams.

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