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The Wayne Volunteer Fire Department was on the scene of a gas leak for more than three hours on Wednesday. At approximately 11:30 a.m. employees of Black Hills Energy were working on installing … more
The majority of Tuesday's Wayne City Council meeting revolved around a public hearing in regard to a remonstrance petition for the sale of a parcel of land owned by the city of Wayne. Earlier this … more
In an unusual event, two houses in the area are being prepared for and moved this week. Crews from Morrow's Inc. in Jackson are currently working to move the house that was located at 711 Main Street in Wayne. The house will move to a location on Chicago Street in the southwest … more
From middle school to college, music has held a prominent spot in Kiernan Baker's life. Due to his love of music, he has been able to participate in Drum Corps International with the Colts. Baker … more
Area communities have announced plans for 2022 Memorial Day programs to honor those who have served in this country's military. The following is a list of those programs that have been available … more
The remainder of the 2022 MayDay STOL events at the Wayne Municipal Airport have been canceled due to an accident on Friday evening. According to information from MayDay STOL organizers, "around … more
Wayne’s MayDay STOL takes off this weekend, May 20-22, with the drag finals taking place on Saturday at 4 p.m.   Along with the main event, viewers should expect an exciting array of … more
The Wayne Izaak Walton League has extended an invitation to all area residents to their Annual Open Gate day on Saturday, May 21.  The gate to the recreational area will be open from 9 a.m. … more
The presentation of a check for $80,895.02 was among the highlights of Tuesday's Wayne City Council meeting.  Carter (Cap) Peterson, representing Employers Mutual Company, presented the check … more
An overview of the strategic plan and a recap of the facility master plan for Wayne State College highlighted Tuesday's Wayne City Council meeting. Wayne State President Dr. Marysz Rames spoke to … more
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