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OSMOND — Generally, six or seven residents in a town can get together and start a community foundation, but Osmond folks typically thought of a better way on Saturday, July 7, by inviting folks to

An Arrow Stagelines bus was filled to its capacity of 54 Saturday night for a trip to Roger and Joyce Tacey’s Niobrara Hermitage for a steak dinner, tour and to see videos about other Nebraska town

OSMOND — A new rock path to the gazebo at the Osmond Orchard was added on Monday, July 9.

School

CLASS OF 1947 — Wayne Blunck (left), Alton Fuelberth, James Broekemeier Sr., Lois Streich Broekemeier

 

LINCOLN — Three Osmond High School students were among 262 high school students from across Nebraska who participated in the 24th Annual Masonic All-Star Marching Band, which performed Saturday, Ju

OSMOND — Each year, Manzer Equipment offers a number of scholarship opportunities to local students.

Sports

HASTINGS — On Friday, July 13, the Osmond Lady Tiger 14-andunder softball team traveled to Hastings to compete in the Class D State Softball Tournament.

The 8-and-under softball team includes, back row: Base coach Joel Kumm (left), Sunny Geneski, Clara Steinkraus, Payton Stech, Addison Poellet, Kenley Fredrichs, Addie Miller, Avery Brunkhorst, Korr

The 12-and-under softball team includes, back row: Coach Tom Schmit, Anabelle Vinson, Callie Hoffman, Tessa Gardner, Cali Gutz, Caydence Krienert, Coach Robbie Gansebom, Coach Chris Wagner; front r

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