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Seagren takes 1st in Calculus Competition

On Friday, May 6, twenty-eight area schools brought their top math students to compete in the Wayne State College Mathematics contest.  After taking the hour-long exam, the students attended a …

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Successful Week for LV Golfers this week

The Raider golf team has experienced a lot of success over the past week in meets at North Bend and home at Elkhorn Valley Golf Course. On Friday April 8th, the Raider varsity won the NBC quad …
Logan View Golfers compete at Capitol Conference tournament
      Logan View competed for the Nebraska Capitol Conference Championship last Friday in Blair.  Unfortunately, the Raiders got off to a slow start on the opening nine …
Lady Raiders and Raiders 3rd and 5th at OC invite
    Lady Raiders The Lady Raiders traveled to Oakland to compete in the Oakland-Craig Invitational. They came away with Third place with 59 Team points. GACC were the Champions …
Raiders Medal at Capitol Conference in Yutan
Logan View Track Athletes competed in the Nebraska Capital Conference Track & Field meet in Yutan last week. Ten schools from the Capitol Conference area battled throughout the day for …
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1923 saw the Yankee Stadium open on April 18th and the Hollywood sign was dedicated on July 18th.  Nestled between those significant events in American pop culture, Mary Rhodman was born on …
Everleigh Marlena Parr was born to Tonya and Dwight Parr of Scribner on April 11that the Memorial Community Hospital in Blair. Everleigh weighed 8 lbs. 5 oz. and was 20 inches long. She was …
Francis and Maxine Burnett Moul of Lincoln, Nebraska are celebrating their 50th Anniversary.  The honored couple married April 20, 1972 in Lincoln.  The couple have a son, Jeff and Diane …
Jack and Hazel (5) and Saylor Kahlandt (2), welcomed home a baby brother born on March 11 to Dan and Mackenzie Kahlandt of Tekamah.  Dax Jacob weighed 7lbs 13oz  and was 19.25 inches in …
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