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Wayne High inducts 18 into National Honor Society

The 2017-18 National Honor Society members are (front) Miranda Fehringer, Andrea Torres, Halie Chinn, Jenna Trenhaile, Grace Heithold, Jamie Gamble, (middle) Elizabeth Junck, Sarah Wibben, Kecia Schenk, Cole Hochstein, Colton Spahr, (back) Ky Kenny, Isaiah Longe, Samuel Bruckner, Nathan Burrows, Austin Fernau and Shania Anderson. Not pictured is Kendra Holt. (Photo copyright Mikey C Productions) […]

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Hanson gets a fresh start here in yoga discovery

Kessy Hanson rediscovered yoga after moving to Wayne and can be found teaching yoga on the lawn at the Wayne County Courthouse during the twice-weekly Farmers Market. (Photo copyright Mikey C Productions) A fresh start with her life was something Kessy Hanson was looking for when she and her two young sons moved to Wayne. […]

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WEB helps with funding for sound system

Pictured left to right in front of the new sound system controls with Elementary Principal Russ Plager are WEB volunteers Kari Cliff, Katie Wynia, Brandy Saltzman, Kristine Brummond, Sandy Brown and Liesel Powicki. (Contributed photo) Wayne Elementary School recently installed a new sound system in its gym thanks to funding from Wayne Elementary Boosters (WEB) […]

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Providence Medical Center capital campaign meets its goal

Jim Frank, CED of Providence Medical Center, announced the completion of a $2.5 million capital campaign to finish renovations of the hospital. The announcement was made in a news conference in the newly-finished hospital lobby Thursday morning. (Photo copyright Mikey C Productions) Any time you reach a finish line, it’s cause for celebration. Providence Medical […]

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Voice of Wayne America — Wes Blecke/Luke Virgil — 08/30/2017

On this week’s edition of Voice of Wayne America, Mike sits down with the Wayne’s new city administrator, Wes Blecke, and the new executive director of Wayne Area Chamber and Economic Development, Luke Virgil, to talk about their new jobs and their experiences in economic development and city administration.

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Eclipse a one-in-a-lifetime event for Wayne Elementary students

The solar eclipse (pictured) that traveled across the country earlier this week was traveled through Nebraska, and students from Wayne Elementary School were able to see it thanks to a field trip to Central City on Monday. (Photo copyright Mikey C Productions) It’s not unusual for elementary-age students to take a day out of their […]

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