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The Wayne Area Chamber's Government Affairs Committee hosted a candidate forum Tuesday, April 26 for candidates running in the May 10 primary for Wayne City Council Ward Two and the Nebraska Legislature District 17 seats. The complete program is shown here.
Candidates for the two contested primary races in Wayne County were friendly and forthright as they answered about 10 questions from the reporter-estimated 60 in attendance at the Wayne Senior Center for Tuesday's political forum sponsored by the Wayne Area Chamber's Government Affairs Committee....
Questions about a proposed $18 million addition to Wayne Junior-Senior High School received some answers during a task force meeting held Monday at the Junior-Senior High gymnasium.About 30 people were in attendance along with community facility task force members and Wayne Community Schools...
Cari Wren said she has no plans to “skip away” from Wayne when she steps down as executive director of Wayne Community Housing Development Corporation at the end of the month.Wren’s husband, John, recently left his post as commander of Wayne’s Nebraska National Guard unit and took a position as a...
Officials at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge school are making changes in their check-in system in response to an incident Friday that led to an individual being taken into protective custody.At about 10:40 a.m. Friday, the school was placed in lockdown after an unidentified person entered the building....
Construction is nearing completion on the renovations to Hank Overin Field, and the Rebuild Hank Committee recently received another check from a local bank to assist with raising money for the project.Elkhorn Valley Bank donated $5,000 to the Rebuild Hank Fund. The check presentation was made last...
At 10:40 a.m. Friday morning, Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School in Laurel was placed in locked-down due to an unidentified person in the building.  Students and staff were removed from the area and the individual was isolated with designated school personnel.  Law enforcement officers responded to...
While the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District has not officially presented any plans, talk of a possible reservoir being built northwest of Wayne has some local landowners upset.At last month’s LENRD meeting, Olsson Associates presented results of a reservoir evaluation project that was...
A proposal to increase the city’s sewer rates to non-residents got a cold splash from a local resident during Tuesday’s meeting of the Wayne City Council.Currently, non-residents pay double the city water and sewer rate, and a proposal was on the agenda to increase that multiple from 2 to 2.5,...
Wayne State College is hiring from within as it announced its new Vice President for Academic Affairs on Tuesday.Steve Elliott has been appointed Vice President for Academic Affairs. He will begin his VPAA duties July 1, 2016, taking over for Mike Anderson, who will step down this June."I know...

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