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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...
The Crofton Elementary students collected cans of food for the Yankton Contact Center on the week of January 25. The entire school collected 620 cans of food. Each class...
Junior Crofton/Bloomfield wrestler, William Poppe, marked his 100th career wrestling win at the MidState Conference tournament last week in the 138 lb. weight class.
By: Quinn Schieffer, CCS Journalism Crofton High School Sophomore Madisen Petersen represented the Crofton-Bloomfield Wrestling Team at the NSWCA Girls State Wrestling...
Crofton, and much of Nebraska overall, saw snow on Monday, accumulating Monday afternoon and evening to around four to six inches across most of the area. Starting in again...
Class competes with sandwiches
By: Wayne Bilka, CCS Journalism
On February 8, Mrs. Thoene's Culinary class competed in a sandwich making competition. Each kitchen drew for the type of sandwich their kitchen would create. To find out who competed and which kitchen won, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Fourth Graders win tourney
The Crofton fourth-grade Warrior basketball team competed in a tournament in Verdigre on Feb. 13, winning first-place overall in the event. The Warrior team defeated Creighton in the championship game to win the tournament for third and fourth-graders.
Three Lady Warriors play last game
By: Paul Konechne, CCS Journalism
The Lady Warriors had three seniors play their last home regular season game on February 11 against the Norfolk Catholic Knights. For the full story, including how the Lady Warriors did versus Randolph, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Human trafficking plaguing millions
While our energy, attention, and concerns have been focused for the past 12 months on a deadly virus and respiratory illness, there has been a seeping of an equally deadly crime which has little to do with airborne droplets, masks, and hand washing. It is the practice of human trafficking. For the full story, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Crofton Celebrates National FCCLA Week
By: Ashley Tramp, CCS Journalism
Across the nation, people engaged in activities to celebrate National FCCLA week. The festivities lasted from February 9th to February 12th. To find out how Crofton celebrated, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.