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Laurel · Laurel
A Wayne treasure moves to Laurel, NE
W.W. Galore, a store for unique, handcrafted items will open for business at its new location in Laurel, NE. on February 19. W.W. Galore has been a part of the Wayne community since 2020, when they opened their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic. The business spent a total of three years in business in Wayne. The store is owned by Jamie Anderson and her friend/business partner, Missy Cale. W.W. Galore became famous in Wayne for its vast coll…See the Story
Minnesota · Minnesota
Wildcat track and field team places top five in Minnesota
The Wayne State Wildcats track and field team traveled to Mankato, Minnesota for the Mark Schuck invite hosted by MSU-Mankato. The invite hosted over 15 schools during the two day meet. NSIC schools such as Augustana, Concordia St. Paul, Sioux Falls, St. Cloud and Winona Sate all made the trip to Mankato for the meet. Brooklynn Chipps, a senior thrower, hit a provisional mark with 63’ 7 ½”, qualifying her for NCAA Indoor Nationals in early Mar…See the Story
Wayne · Wayne
Waste not, want not
College campuses host a lot of people throughout the day, so it makes sense there would be a lot of trash left behind. The way colleges handle that trash though, is of the utmost importance. Wayne State College is a great example of how colleges should handle massive amounts of waste and demonstrate sustainability to students. Wayne State’s green efforts began before it even acquired that name. According to WSC’s website, the school began as P…See the Story
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Titans get late start to basketball season
Kitchener-Waterloo Titans will launch their National Basketball League of Canada regular-season schedule on Feb. 20, 2023. The Titans, under the new ownership of David and Kate Schooley, will play their home opener on March 1 against the Express, a 7 p.m. tipoff at the Aud.See the Story
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Professors · Wayne
New professor joins business department
Grant Schrick always dreamed of becoming a college professor. That dream is now a reality, as Schrick is one of Wayne State College’s newest professors. He began teaching at WSC in August of 2022. Schrick was teaching at the high school when he learned there was a job opening at WSC. He applied for the position, got the job and everything else just fell into place. Schrick loves living in the town of Wayne, having resided here for six years now…See the Story
Diabetes · Wayne
Market mentality around insulin is killing diabetics
Diabetes is the most expensive chronic disease in America, but the drug used to regulate it costs under $2 to manufacture. How did we get here? Let’s get into some history before we deal with that heavy question. The CDC defines diabetes as an autoimmune disease that attacks the pancreas and destroys the cells that create insulin, causing the body to stop regulating blood sugar entirely. A century ago, diabetes was a death sentence with a nea…See the Story
Baseball · Wayne
Wildcat baseball looks to young talent for a resurgence in 2023
The Wayne State College baseball team is only a couple of weeks away from the first pitch of the 2023 season. Entering this season, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference preseason coaches poll has voted the Wildcats to finish 10th in the conference this year. Last year, the Wildcats were 19-26 overall with a 13-18 record in NSIC play, finishing ninth in the conference and just missing out on the NSIC Conference Tournament. The team is onl…See the Story
Wayne · Wayne
Action against depression starts in the mind
The sun doesn’t shine, birds don’t chirp, food tastes bland and colors are dull. Everything that was once great is only okay. When life loses its meaning, it’s difficult to get up and keep going. Depression is different for everyone. For some, it comes in waves. For others, it’s always there, sitting in the corner of your mind. Because depression shows up differently for everyone, it’s impossible to give a universal cure. However, there is a p…See the Story
US & Canada · Philadelphia
November 9: Temple Basketball Predictions?
Pennsylvania Senate and gubernatorial candidates have differing views on how to address public safety concerns and address abortion access. The Temple News Opinion editors Sarah Frasca and Molly Fiske explain how abortion and public safety policy will be affected depending on each candidates platforms. Temple University Men and Women's basketball started the season with their first game on Monday Nov 7th. Nick Gangewere, Javon Edmonds, and Samuel ONeal, discuss how they felt about the game.See the Story
Plainfield, Indiana · Plainfield
Library to host book discussion for Native American Heritage Month
The Shelby County Public Library is presenting a book reading and discussion titled, "Hidden Disgrace: Revealing the Distress Signals Covered by Native American Indian Myths" at 6 p.m. today.See the Story
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