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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.

What does one do during a Polar Vortex when it’s so cold out that doing anything outside is almost impossible?

School

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.

TeamMate mentor Jeremy Christiansen meets with his mentee Trent at the LCC school during the lunch period.

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.

Sports

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.

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