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HARTINGTON — Cedar County Commissioners said at their May 14 meeting that people are still driving on roads that have been closed by county officials.

COLERIDGE — MemorialDayobservances will be held on May 27 with the Coleridge American Legion Carl Korff Post 114,  along with the Auxiliary.

OMAHA — Cody Babl made the most of his first appearance at State and came home with a medal as a result of his efforts.

School

LAUREL — Laurel.-Concord-Coleridge band instructor Patti Beyeler recently presented yearend awards to band students.

HALL OF FAME

OMAHA — Twenty eight students from Laurel-Concord-Coleridge took part in the State FBLA convention April 4-6.

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.

Sports

HARTINGTON — The Laurel-Concord-Coleridge track teams will both be represented inside Burke Stadium this week for the Nebraska State Track and Field Championships.

LAUREL — Although it was a cool and windy day, Thursday was a better day for the LCC Invitational golf tournament than when it had been scheduled earlier in the season and was moved due to snow and

LAUREL—TheLaurel- Concord -Coleridge track and field teams competed on their home track for an away meet, participating in Thursday’s Winch Invitational that was hosted by Winside High School at Ha

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