The Wayne Stater

Hoping for local Ace Hardware

Cameron Waddington, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

A local partnership has acquired the old Shopko building and is planning to install an Ace Hardware, with a twist. Unlike your typical Ace Hardware that is solely focused on tools and equipment, this Ace Hardware will have a section...

White premieres first feature film

Morgan Cardenas, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

After a year of filming and editing, “Ever Fallen,” directed by Michael G. White, assistant professor of communication arts, premiered Oct. 1 at Wayne’s Majestic Theater and will have a second showing Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. The...

Riley Vanderveen

Miracle League

February 15, 2017

Financial Responsibility

Stephanie Hempel, Columnist

December 7, 2016

The invisible tightrope beneath my feet keeps shaking in the wind of necessity. A series of future deadlines are strung from a window in the Humanities building (my sweetest home) and wrapped three times around the planet with...

Sanders Bern-ing brighter in the polls

Derek Pufahl, Staff Writer

January 27, 2016

SIOUX CITY--“Are you feeling the Bern?” a young campaign volunteer asked, holding open a glass door to the Orpheum Theater last Tuesday night (Jan. 19) minutes before 7 p.m. Inside the entryway, a maze of small-time, local...

Millie Niggeling provides leadership towards a title

Marcel Dunson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2015

In the Wildcats’ nail-biting victory over Sioux Falls Friday night, senior forward Millie Niggeling had 21 points for Wayne State, just one shy of her career high. WSC played the Cougars earlier in the season and handled the...

Ten Great Dates

February 10, 2015

• Roll on over to Wakefield to hit the roller rink downtown. • Head to Rice Auditorium for a game or head to Ramsey Theater for a performance. What’s better than cheering on the Cats in our many activities? • Wa...