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LAUREL – The May 14 primary election saw a majority of registered Laurel voters reject a local sales tax referendum that would have helped a city-owned care center if it had been approved.

Commencement ceremonies were held Saturday for the Cedar Catholic High School Class of 2024. (top, left) Cedar Catholic Principal Dan Hoesing addresses the class as they await their diplomas. (above) Annika Kuehn gives a thumbs up as she makes her final preparations before the ceremony begins. (far left) Father Owen Korte hugs Harrison Kuehn after escorting him into the gym. (left) Tavious Pinkelman makes sure his mortar board is on just right.


The Cedar boys and girls track teams easily outdistanced the competition Thursday to claim the District C4 track titles. The Lady Trojans easily out-distanced Ponca, 109-75 to walk away with that title.


RANDOLPH – Ted Thelen may not be the next Randolph Public School Board member but he feels any of the six candidates moving forward to the general election would serve the district well.