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It’s clear to see when one spends any amount of time in Upper Missouri Trading Company with JW “Doc” Carlson, his first love is the art of gunsmithing. His...
NOTE: In our ongoing series called, “Veteran Stories,” this week we feature Loren Dale Everton, who was commanding officer of the “Whistling Devils” Corsair squadron...
St. Rose of Lima School hosted a Scholastic Book Fair Oct 1-7 in the parish Hall, earning just over $4,000 in new books for the preschool and grades 1-8 classrooms and the...
From the LCNRD Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District will receive $132,425 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for the “Bow Creek Watershed Project.” The Trust...
NOTE: In our ongoing series called, “Veteran Stories,” this week we feature Walter “Walt” Wiebelhaus, who is probably best known around Crofton for opening Wiebelhaus...
Steffen paints mural at Crofton Haymarket
The west wall of the Crofton Haymarket's courtyard was the "canvas" for a lifelike mural by local artist Jolene Steffen which was first viewed by the public on October 16. To read how the mural came about, including challenges Steffen faced, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Crofton FFA chapter growing leaders for tomorrow's ag
By: Jayden Jordan, CCS Journalism
The Crofton FFA Chapter is the biggest club that Crofton High School currently has. The chapter is advised by Stephanie Mann. She is also the Agricultural Education teacher at the high school. To read more on Crofton's FFA Chapter, including which members won the "Blue Jackets, Bright Futures" essay contest, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
DHMs again restricted
Governor Pete Ricketts recently announced changes to the State's directed health measures (DHMs) that will take effect statewide on October 21, 2020. To read the restrictions, including the new campaign Governor Ricketts launched, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Both Warrior teams headed to X-C state Tourney
By: Rowdy Hegge, CCS Journalism
The Crofton Cross Country team ran at districts at Pender on Oct. 15 for a chance to go to state-qualifying both teams and a host of Warriors and Lady Warriors for the State tournament in Kearney this weekend. The full story can be found on the front page of the Crofton Journal.
Lady Warriors take first in Knox County tournament
By: Makenna Guenther, CCS Journalism
The Crofton Lady Warriors volleyball team brought home the first place hardware after competing in the Knox County tournament in Creighton on Oct. 12 and 13. The full story can be found on the front page of the Crofton Journal, available now.