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Swimming pool staff has made the best out of a bad situation

LAUREL — Swimming and summertime go hand-in-hand, but some special challenges had to be met this year in order for the local pool to open.

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LAUREL — A Laurel couple has taken on a new business endeavor.

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LAUREL — Laurel City Council members met July 22 to advance details of the anticipated community center.

School

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LAUREL — What started out as a conversation between a mother and her son has turned into an amazing opportunity for some Laurel area students.

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LAUREL — Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board learned at their July 13 meeting that school will open here Aug. 19 with necessary health considerations in place.

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LAUREL — All rise.

Cue the pomp and circumstance.

And, go.

That is typically the way a graduation ceremony begins.

This year was slightly different.

Sports

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LINCOLN — The Game and Parks Commission has been awarded a $315,000 grant from the Neb, Environmental Trust for the Neb. Natural Legacy Project: New Approaches to Biodiversity Conservation.

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LINCOLN — The 2020 Hunting and Fishing R3 Summit is going virtual this year, streaming live over Zoom from 10 a.m. to noon CST Aug. 5.

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NELIGH — The Laurel Ponies youth baseball team participate in the Quad Co. League Tournament the week of July 20.

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