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Wayne State College Band Day Parade

Wausa Band participated in the WSC Band Day Parade Oct. 5, and received first place in Class D-1.

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WAUSA — Hey pa dey! (Hi to you!) From the Smorgasbord Committee. As the date draws near, final touches are being made for the delicious feast of Swedish foods.

Music program to honor and celebrate Grandparents

Wausa Elementary recently held a Grandparents Day program.

School

OSMOND — The kids are back in school and now it’s time to get back into learning how to take care of ourselves.

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The fourth grade students including, (back row, l-r) Cloe McLaughlin, Emmie Brazel, Keith Kirby, Owen Schlote, Levi Suhr; (middle) Marie Peters, RyLee Young, Cassandra Peters, Remington Backs

NORFOLK — Northeast Community College and Wayne State College (WSC) have strengthened their working relationship with the signing of a new memorandum of agreement

Sports

Rolling Hills beats Hartington team for title trophy

HARTINGTON — Payback belongs to Rolling Hills Country Club, and so does the Ryder Cup.

Wausa/Osmond youth football bring home win

WAUSA — Wausa, along with a few Osmond boys, have joined together to form football teams. There is a fourth grade team and a fifth/ sixth grade team.They started their season Sept.

Lady Vikings win against Creighton

WAUSA — Last week in volleyball action, the Wausa Lady Vikings played at home against Winside and traveled to Creighton.

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