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WHS graduates grateful for support

They may not have always agreed on things, like a prom theme, homecoming float idea and where to go for their senior skip day trip, but Woodbine High School senior Katie Payne didn’t see that as a bad thing, or a flaw, despite what outsiders may have thought.
Nelson cuts ribbon on ‘dream project’ at Willow Lake

Individuals from Quality Living Inc. in Omaha, Neb., were the first to enjoy fishing off the new pier May 19 at Willow Lake in Woodbine.

Posted: May 24, 2016
City begins the search for a new police chief

The search for the new Logan Police Chief began following the City Council meeting on May 19.

Posted: May 24, 2016
Lodge donates bikes for hard-working Logan-Magnolia students

There was a buzz in the air as the Logan-Magnolia elementary students and teachers gathered in the gym May 20 for the annual awards ceremony.

Posted: May 24, 2016
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Three recent meets kept the Logan-Magnolia golf team busy

Logan-Magnolia’s golf teams had a busy week last week, with three meets.

Posted: May 04, 2016
Panthers claim team title at Hummel Relays

With only four weeks of track until the state meet, the Logan-Magnolia boys track team continues to improve and remain among the areas best Class 1A teams. The Panthers won the Hummel Relays held on Woodbine’s new track April 25.

Posted: May 04, 2016
WHS golfers have busy week against conference foes

It was a busy week of golf for the Woodbine with conferences meets at the Anita and Dunlap golf courses.

Posted: May 04, 2016
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