Valentine wishes, candy kisses, hearts, flowers and Cupid’s arrows, all go with February’s love-filled holiday.
LAUREL — In 1933, the cost of an average house was a little over $4,000 and a loaf of bread cost a mere seven cents.
By — Sarah Naeve Laurel Advocate
What does one do during a Polar Vortex when it’s so cold out that doing anything outside is almost impossible?
OMAHA — LCC’s Deagan Puppe took part in the 11th annual Boch Festival Jan. 25-27 at the Strauss Performing Arts Center on the UNO Campus.
NORFOLK — Twelve Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School students took part in livestock judging last Thursday.
Laurel — January is National Mentoring Month, and this year LCC TeamMates had an event to help expand mentoring opportunities to connect more of the community’s young people with caring adults.
WISNER — After losing in the Lewis & Clark Conference finals a few days earlier, the LCC boys got back on the winning track with an easy 80-58 win at Wisner-Pilger on Thursday.
WAKEFIELD — The LCC wrestlers made their final preparations before districts, finishing with four medalists at Saturday’s Wakefield Invitational.
RANDOLPH — The LCC boys basketball team avenged an earlier loss on their way through the 16-team bracket to reach the finals of the Lewis & Clark Conference tournament.