Concord-Dixon Senior Center marks 30 years

LAUREL — The Concord-Dixon Senior Center will be celebrating a very important milestone the end of September. The Center will have been open and operating for 30 years. The Senior Center will be celebrating this milestone on Saturday, Sept. 30 from 1:30-3:30 p.m. All are welcome to come wish the center a “Happy Anniversary” during […]

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Soll earns Scholarship after successful blood drive

LAUREL — Senior year is spent making memories with friends, teachers, and family. It is also a year of looking towards the future. Laurel-Concord-Coleridge senior Emily Soll is doing exactly that. While spending time making memories, she is busy planning for her future. While working at one of her two jobs, Soll heard of a […]

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LCC avenges loss to Cedar

HARTINGTON — A strong fourth quarter propelled the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears to a 51-46 win over Cedar Catholic here last week, avenging their only loss on the season. LCC senior Jayden Reifenrath put on quite a show to lead his team to the victory. Reifenrath had 22 points including a 3-point buzzer beater, a fast break […]

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Cedar County 911 system gets an upgrade

HARTINGTON  —  The Cedar County 911 system just got better. Cedar County now has a new dispatch system which uses digitized records to improve speed and accuracy. The new system was a necessary upgrade, said Cedar County Emergency Management Director Kevin Garvin. Garvin said his favorite new function is that at the dispatch desk the […]

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LCC student honored for her dedication to the flag

LAUREL — LCC student Kylie Maxon received a special award Friday at the Veteran’s Day Program, Kristie Martin, LCC Junior Troop Leader, along with five members of the Troop, presented Maxon with the Role Model Award. At LCC, the American flag is flown in front of the school each day. Kylie has made it her […]

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Erwin, Lammers win Cedar Knox spots

HARTINGTON — Ed Lammers won a spot on the Cedar Knox Public Power Disrict board, representing District one during Tuesday’s election, while Rich Erwin defeated Mike Korth in District two to retain his spot on the board. Erwin garnered 268 votes, while Korth had just 37.    

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Boy battles on despite health woes

LAUREL — Trent Lubberstedt, Laurel, is a big Nebraska Husker football fan. As soon as you see his bedroom you know it — the red and white colors, the huge picture of the UNL stadium filled with Nebraska football fans, the Husker wallpaper border, the Husker cornhead and the Nebraska cap hanging on the hook […]

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