The Lewis & Clark Natural Resources District and Cedar Knox Rural Water Project in Hartington have released information about a proposed wellfield location to be create just south of Crofton. Curious and want to learn more? Then pick up this week's edition of the Crofton Journal!
about 2 hours ago, Staff
The area is marked in the pictures near this story, and the legal notice that appeared last week and this week in the Journal says that the consideration is to create a public water supply wellfield in the southwest quarter of S26, T31N, R2W.
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Crofton's community has been busy and with school starting again, it certainly isn't going to slow down! Want to stay current with up-to-date? Then be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal. You can do so for only $20 you can purchase an annual e-edition, or if you're already subscribed, simply pay an extra $5! If you're out of State but still want news about Crofton, you can get a free e-edition. Interested? Then head over to CroftonJournal.com and get your subscription now.
1 day ago, Staff
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Crofton recently held it's yearly "Dam Race" and the Crofton Journal was able to get loads of professional photos taken from throughout the whole event! If you'd like to purchase some custom prints with photographs from the day, then be sure to swing by the Journal's SmugMug feature! Simply follow the link below, and help support your local newspaper! https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/2022-Crofton-Dam-Race
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Krissy Kumm with Nebraska Extension in Knox County recently delivered a Summer Reading program called ‘bubbleology’ to the youth of Crofton. The Crofton Public Library hosted this event on Wednesday, July 27, 2022... To read more about it get your copy of the Crofton Journal!
3 days ago, Staff
“Bubbleology” held at Crofton Library...
“Bubbleology” held at Crofton Library...
“Bubbleology” held at Crofton Library...
The Knox County Pre-Fair contests have begun! On Thursday, July 21, 2022, the annual Favorite Food Revue and Cook-Off Contest was held in Bloomfield, NE at the 4-H Building. Want to learn more about the contest? The be sure to pick up your copy of the Crofton Journal today!
5 days ago, Staff
The 2022 Food Revue Contest was held on Thursday, July 21st in Bloomfield at the 4-H Building. The Favorite Food Revue Contest is a fun way for our 4-H Members  to learn how to properly set a table, plan nutritious meals, express originality, and be creative in choosing a theme to express knowledge of food, nutrition, and safety.  For the 2022 Food Review Contest, in the Junior Division, Hallie Kumm of Wausa received a purple ribbon and won Grand Champion. Morgan Stevens of Crofton received  a blue ribbon. In the Novice Division, Meredith Wortmann of Crofton received a purple ribbon and won Grand Champion. Emilee Babcock of Verdigre received  a purple ribbon, Tucker Hanefeldt of Creighton received a blue ribbon. Ella Jessen of Bloomfield received a purple ribbon, Grace Key of Creighton received a red ribbon,  Reagan Novacek of Verdigre received a red ribbon, and Isaac Steffen of Crofton received a purple ribbon.
It is Fair season again for Knox County, and, as always, it will be held at the Bloomfield fair grounds. The weekend will kick off on Thursday the 11th with a Free Omelet Feed starting at 8 A.M... F the rest, get your copy of the Crofton Journal, and read more about it!
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Crofton's community has been busy and is looking to improve! With street renovations, city watchguards, and more, it doesn't seem like it'll be slowing down! Want to stay current with upcoming events and improvements? Then be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal. You can do so for only $20 you can purchase an annual e-edition, or if you're already subscribed, simply pay an extra $5! If you're out of State but still want news about Crofton, you can get a free e-edition. Interested? Then head over to CroftonJournal.com and get your subscription now.
8 days ago, Staff
Crofton Manhole Fixing
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Thanks to the Crofton Journal's SmugMug feature, it is now possible for you to order those custom prints you've wanted from recent Crofton sporting events - including the Senior Legion Area Tourney in which Crofton just competed! By following the link below you'll not only support your local news, but you'll also be able to purchase the professional-quality prints you need! Check it out: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal?fbclid=IwAR05nLEYLz_INManb5kbSXtrgThfRKsCbPM0HC9ZfB2oYp6-vIowuSLwTTE
9 days ago, Staff
This past week, maintenance started on 10 man holes on different streets throughout Crofton, as the result of action from the Crofton City Council. Interested? Then feel free to read about it by purchasing this week's edition of the Crofton Journal!
10 days ago, Staff
Man Hole refurbishing begins in Crofton...
They’re almost here. The annual emergence of mayflies at Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area near Crofton means the insect soon will be plentiful near and around the lake as they swarm to lights from the marina, cabins, facilities and campers... For the full story, pick up your copy of the Crofton Journal!
12 days ago, Staff
Mayflies gather on a rock on the shore of Lewis and Clark Lake State Recreation Area in Knox County. |
Don't forget to drop by the Crofton Journal's YouTube channel to view City Council meetings, like the one that took place a couple weeks back. Also, to stay updated with these videos, you'll want to Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OioxsRH_ujQ
12 days ago, Staff
This month, the Crofton Community Club awarded Brian and Debbie Wiebelhaus the “Yard of the Month” award. Brian Wiebelhaus said he credits Debbie for the hard work she does to keep their property looking nice and neat. For more details, be sure to pick up a copy of the Crofton Journal!
14 days ago, Staff
Pictured above can be seen Brian and Debbie along with their granddaughter, Blayke. Potted plants, yard lights and a bench sit among the tidy rock bed.
Crofton's community has been busy and is looking to improve! Want to stay current with upcoming events and improvements? Then be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal. You can do so for only $20 you can purchase an annual e-edition, or if you're already subscribed, simply pay an extra $5! If you're out of State but still want news about Crofton, you can get a free e-edition. Interested? Then head over to CroftonJournal.com and get your subscription now.
15 days ago, Staff
Crofton welcome
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The Crofton Journal provides an important service - SmugMug - allowing pictures to not only be viewed in a gallery online (similar to Facebook), but also for anyone to order, crop and design prints and even albums of their favorite pictures, right from the weblink below! This is especially convenient if you would like to purchase professional pictures from recent sporting events or other community happenings. Check it out - and help support our photographers and online presence! It is appreciated! https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal
16 days ago, Staff
The Crofton Senior Legion baseball team will take to the field for the C1 Senior Legion baseball tournament, starting in Neligh this year, on Friday, July 22. Headed to the Game? The Journal could use help with photos! Send to journal@gpcom.net! You can also learn more by picking up your edition of the Crofton Journal or signing up for the e-edition online!
17 days ago, Staff
NE American Legion
Crofton’s 12U girls’ softball team took second-place at the area district tournament last weekend, marking their spot in the 2022 State softball tournament in Hastings this weekend at the Nebraska USA Softball Complex. To learn about it, read about it in the Crofton Journal!
19 days ago, Staff
12U girls softball team
The Crofton Historical Society held a Roarin’ 20’s themed party in mid-June to celebrate the donation of a 1925 Model T Ford car, that has not only historical value, but is specifically is a returning piece of Crofton’s history. For additional information, pick up your copy of the Crofton Journal or sign up for the e-edition.
21 days ago, Staff
Jami and Jeremy Stevens
L to R Angie Hoebelheinrich, Sandra Bogner McDonald, Cheri Leader, Joyce Stevens decked out for the 20’s themed dedication party
Doug DeShazer pouring free champagne to celebrate the historical Ford Model T’s coming home to stay at the Haymarket
Tim and Jenna Gobel
Crofton is a busy community, and you won't to miss anything that's going on! To stay current with the news, consider signing up to the Crofton Journal. For only $20 you can purchase an annual e-edition, or if you're already subscribed, simply pay an extra $5! If you're out of State but still want news about Crofton, you can get a free e-edition. If you're at all interested, then please consider heading over to CroftonJournal.com and get your subscription now.
22 days ago, Staff
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Thanks to the Crofton Journal's SmugMug feature, you can order custom designed prints, using professional photos taken at public events by the Crofton Journal. For example, you may want pictures from the 2022 Juniors Baseball Area Tournament! If so, all you have to do is follow the link below to purchase the photographs that interest you most: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/Junior-Legion-Tournament-2022
23 days ago, Staff
The Crofton 10-and-Under softball team will be headed to their state tournament this weekend in Hastings at the Nebraska USA Softball Complex... Want to learn more? Then be sure to read about it in the Crofton Journal paper, or in the digital e-edition.
24 days ago, Staff