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Pictured working on several of the Quilts of Valor were, clockwise, Kathy Salmon of Wakefield, Mary Rastede of Allen, Eileen Gentrup of Beemer, Janet Sievers of Carroll, Tracy Henschke of Wakefield, Shar Sievers of Wayne and Imogene Brasch of Wayne.
A group of 15 quilters spent a recent weekend at the Quilt Shop in Wakefield with one goal in mind — construct 20 quilts to be given away to area veterans. The women are part of a Quilts of Valor group that makes and donates quilts to veterans or active service members. Mary Rastede of Allen serves...
In a recent meeting of the Wayne County Board of Commissioners, the 2017-2018 budget totaling $21,606,880 was approved. This budget has the lowest tax dollar request since 2013 at $4,590,091.02. The 3.8 percent decrease dropped the tax dollar request by $177,298.72. This decrease comes in spite of...
PMC nurses and area EMTs took part in a recent trauma course taught by the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Area Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and nurses from Providence Medical Center soaked up information like sponges at a recent trauma course taught by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). According to PMC's Trauma Coordinator Beth Sievers, this is just one of many parts to getting...
A ground breaking was held Wednesday afternoon for the future home of Magnuson-Hopkins Eye Care. The new facility will be located on west Highway 35, just east of Dollar General. Dr. Josh Hopkins, Dr. Scott Ronhovde and the staff of the office turned shovels of dirt at the soon-to-be home of a new...
Property owners in Wayne will see no increase in the tax asking from the city following the adoption of the 2017-2018 budget at Tuesday's City Council meeting.Nancy Braden, City Finance Director, highlighted some of the changes in the coming year's budget and explained how final numbers were...
The Student Activities Board and the Student Life Office of Wayne State College will welcome students and their families for Family Day on Sept. 9 at 10 a.m.10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Registration - Kanter Student Center Atrium.Guests may pick up a campus map, purchase discounted football game tickets,...
The addition of the large patio and two story atrium make Conn's presence on campus an even larger, more inviting one.
After years of planning and eventually breaking ground on the project, Conn Library on Wayne State College's campus is finished and ready for the 2017-2018 year. While the student center stays busy, Conn Library has the reputation on campus of being the hub. It's where the resources are, it's where...
Matt Ley, President of Wayne Area Economic Development, has announced that Luke Virgil, current Economic Developer for the City of Laurel, has been hired to become the Executive Director of the Wayne Area Economic Development (WAED).The announcement was made following candidate interviews and...
Students from Wayne Community Schools canvased Wayne and Carroll on Wednesday evening as part of the second annual Gift-A-Thon Blitz night. Students were divided into groups and went door-to-door seeking donations from residents. The money raised will be used to support various programs throughout...
Although Wayne was not in the path to witness a total eclipse of the sun, hundreds of Wayne State College students, faculty and staff, along with members of the community congregated at the Wayne State College Willow Bowl to witness a partial eclipse. Dr. Adam Davis, professor of physics at Wayne...

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