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Eaton Field in Wakefield’s Graves Park will soon see repairs courtesy a grant from CWS of Omaha Inc. and NCAA Baseball. After rough spring weather last year the City of Wakefield was told to move its levee at great expense, leaving little funding for projects like fixing the baseball field’s...
Karen Longe, of KEL Physical Therapy and Todd Luedeke, of Todd Luedeke, PC Pain Clinic hosted Wayne Chamber Coffee on Friday. Both healthcare professionals have recently opened for business in Wayne Sport & Spine’s building at 214 N. Pearl Street. Longe provides physical therapies like sports...
Our Savior Lutheran Church in Wayne played host to Wayne State College's An Evening of Choirs on March 2. WSC's Chamber Choir, Women's Choir and Concert Choir performed a number of selections, including the song "The Light of Unity." The song’s title is the theme of an upcoming performance at First...
According to a press release from the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office, fugitives Cody Murphree and Derek Pederson are now in custody after being arrested Thursday (March 5) afternoon in Pottawattamie County, Iowa. U.S. Marshals and Iowa law enforcement apprehended the pair in the vehicle they stole...
As you may already know, there is a new coronavirus that is causing an illness called COVID-19. For the general American public, who are unlikely to be exposed to this virus at this time, the immediate health risk from this coronavirus is considered low. Certain people will have an increased risk...
It's cookie season for Wayne's Girl Scouts. Above, (from left) Aubri Hale, Madi and Maizie Korth learn about entrepreneurship while selling cookies at Pac-N-Save. The Girl Scouts have set up tables in several public spaces as well as selling individually.
The Wayne County Commissioners held their first March meeting Tuesday morning in the courtroom of the Wayne County Courthouse. While there were no actionable agenda items past approving claims and the agenda, the commissioners heard several updates. Wayne County clerk, Deb Finn, told the...
Stop signs, ransomware and establishing an ordinance to deal with a lift station emergency at the wastewater treatment plant were all debated during Tuesday's meeting of the Wayne City Council. An ordinance was presented which would have allowed for the installation of  stop signs at the corner of...
UPDATED Wednesday, March 4 — After former Pilger resident Cody Murphree escaped from the Thurston County jail in Pender on Sunday afternoon (March 1), Murphree and an accomplice are now wanted for breaking into a Stanton apartment, assaulting a man and woman at gun-point and stealing a vehicle in...
Several members of the Wayne Kiwanis Club, including Bill Dickey, pictured above, visited the students at Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership Headstart on Feb. 25. The Kiwanians came to read books to the students and presented each student with a book to take home. The annual event...

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