The Warriors XC team hosted their rescheduled home meet on Monday, Sep. 5 at Lakeview Golf Course in Crofton. If you'd like to read about this meet, or tomorrow's in South Sioux City, be sure to sign up to the Journal today!
The Lady Warriors swept the Boone Central Cardinals in three sets on Tuesday, September 12. It has been a busy few weeks for the Warriors, but that didn't stop them from coming out strong... Read more in this week's Crofton Journal?
For the first time since 2012, the Crofton Warriors have a 4-0 record. After struggling in the first quarter, the Warriors defeated the Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats 58-38, on Friday, September 15. If you'd like to read more sports stories, be sure to sign up to the Journal by following the attached link: https://www.croftonjournal.com/.../the.../page/subscriptions
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Both the Crofton Girls Varsity and JV Cross Country teams placed first as a team on Friday, September 9 at the Norfolk Catholic Invitational at Skyview Lake in Norfolk. On Friday, September 15, the Warriors will run in O'Neill. The first race will start at 3:30 p.m. To read more about this story, sign up to the Crofton Journal with the link below: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
At FCCLA Nationals freshman Olivia Walter competed in instructional video design level one in downtown Denver, Colorado. She placed 7th with her video titled “How to Bathe a Baby”. Crofton family consumer sciences teacher Jonelle Theone, Olivia Walter, and freshman Sierra Tomsu got the chance to go to FCCLA Nationals from July 2nd to July 6th... For more details, get your copy of the Journal!
Recently, The Crofton Post 128 Sons of the American Legion provided funds to the Crofton High School Skills and Technical program for the purchase of a new state of the art "Miller" Arc, Wire and Gas welder for the industrial arts program... For more details, be sure to follow the link below and sign up to the Crofton Journal today: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
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Crofton’s South Park was full of guests and family for the 2023 Cruisin’ Day Car show and Grillfest. Temperatures in the 80s were a welcome sight for those in attendance after weeks of 100-degree heat! If you want to learn about the festivities, sign up to the Journal by following the link below: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Council member Larry Peitz will face a recall election in the coming weeks, but Mayor Bob Evans will not, according to Knox County Clerk Joann Fischer as of Tuesday afternoon... For the rest of the story, sign up to the Crofton Journal!
Workers were in Crofton during nighttime hours this week painting the new lines downtown, and new handicap parking space lines. The Crofton City Council had approved the work at their last meeting. For more updates on the town, check out the weekly Journal!
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Wiebelhaus Recreation’s Sand Volleybal Ball League tournament champions, “Block Party” were (r to l) : Tanner Fischer, Camie Fischer, Haley Schroeder, Danielle Steffen, Kenneth Schroeder, and Dustin Weinandt! For the rest of this story, sign up to the Journal today!
The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy has reported a return to typical safe levels of E.coli during the most recent results. For more on this story, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal today by following the link below: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Committee members of the Crofton Community Foundation Fund recently presented an $8,000 grant to the Crofton Housing Authority for the organization’s sidewalk improvement project. For more news and details on the development of Crofton, sign up to the Journal!
The task of removing the 1915 bridge across West Bow Creek three miles south of Crofton on county blacktop 550 Avenue and replacing it with a new concrete bridge was completed this past week. To learn more about this story, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal!
Seven hundred-plus youth from 42 states traveled to Grand Island for the 2023 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships. This and other stories will be fully available if you sign up to the Crofton Journal! Simply visit croftonjournal.com, and pick your preferred subscription!
The new school year is already almost here! Life can get busy during the regular year, and it can be hard to stay up-to-date on local news and events! If you don't want to miss a beat, sign up to the Journal with the link below: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Nebraska Game and Parks is seeking information on the unlawful killing and needless waste of six elk in Boyd County near Gross, Nebraska. The carcasses of one bull, three cows and two calves were reported July 22.If you're curious, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal today.
Jimmy Fortune, legendary tenor voice of the Statler Brothers for 21 years, will be appearing live in concert at Schiferl’s WJ Ranch, 7 miles south of Yankton, just off highway 81 on Friday, September 8 at 8 p.m. For more details, sign up to the Journal by following the link below: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions