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LINCOLN--The Revenue Committee heard debate on a bill Feb. 8 that would raise the documentary stamp tax in Nebraska.

WAUSA — How does the military move thousands of men and women, plus the tons of equipment they need for their missions?

What about the people they replace and those replacing them?

SOUTH YANKTON — After nearly 18 years of welcoming travelers to Northeast Nebraska and the surrounding area, the Corps of Discovery Welcome Center on Highway 81 is closing.

School

Seven Junior High students, (back row, l-r) Sophia Wilken, Emma Story, Joe Johnson; (front) Addison Smith, Kilee Thorell, Taylor Alexander and Addison Wynia, participated in the Stanton Honor

Students in Lynn Bloomquist’s Civics class include, (back row, l-r) Hadley Vanness, Sienna West, Carson Carl, Sam Aitken, Lynn Bloomquist, Cashe Carlson, Samuel Habluetzel, Sophia Wilken, Addison Wynia, Hunter West, Holly Johnson, Claire Kumm, Colton Hagemann; (middle) Tucker Wright, Leah Poellot, Jyler Petersen; (bottom) Matt Rumsey, Gunnar Gillilan, Cade Wakeley, Caleb Woockman, Henry Kumm and Reagan Paben.

Wausa —  Each year Mrs. Lynn Bloomquist’s Middle School Civics’ class chooses, plans and executes a Civics Engagement Project. They also give it a theme.

“Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Quiz Bowl Team" Wausmond One-Act

NORFOLK — The new co-op of Wausa-Osmond One Act, affectionately branded as Wausmond, ran into some tough competition at State in Norfolk Thursday.

Sports

WAUSA - The Vikings brought momentum from Tuesday’s late win into Fridays contest, but it was not enough to top the red hot Osmond Tigers, falling 47-19.

WAYNE — The Wausa Viking speech team competed at the Wayne High/Wayne State College Classic this past weekend, coming away with a fourth-place team finish out of 23 area teams.

The Wausa fourth grade boys dominated at the Jan. 26 Wausa league tourney. First game of the day they crushed Randolph 21-7.

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