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NCDHD no longer to release COVID county-based info North Central District Health Department at O’Neill said in a news release Monday that it is no longer able to release county-based data in its district due to HIPPA standards. For more on this story, check out this week's edition of the Crofton Journal! www.CroftonJournal.com
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Mayor vetoes street boring Council action The City Council of Crofton received perhaps its first official “veto” in recent history this week, as Mayor Sharol Lawhead exercised her right as Mayor to block a vote made by the Council at the August 2 regular city council meeting. The City Council had voted, with a 4-0 unanimous decision, to proceed with a contract for street boring to determine the quality and makeup of the material and underlay of each street in the city limits. For more on this story, check out this week's edition of the Crofton Journal! E-editions are also available online at www.CroftonJournal.com.
Ponca tribe to host powwow this weekend The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska’s 27th Annual Powwow will be Aug. 13-15 at the Ponca Community Grounds, located southwest of Niobrara. The powwow is a celebration of the tribe’s culture, heritage and traditions, and will feature a variety of dancers, drum groups and vendors. Admission to all events is free, and the powwow is open to the public. You can find more information about this powwow in a copy of this week's Crofton Journal. Don't forget you can get your news how you want it - whether it's a physical copy or an e-edition at www.CroftonJournal.com!
Seniors headed to State The Crofton American Legion Seniors team took to the field as host of the 2021 C1 District tournament held in Crofton on Friday, July 23-and after four days of play, locked in a State berth. For the full story, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal, available now.
St. Rose Church hosts Totus Tuus This week, St. Rose of Lima Parish welcomed the Totus Tuus team of eight college students who led sessions to assist young Catholics in their journey of faith. To read all about their sessions, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Elevator project coming along with volunteer help The elevator project at Crofton's Legion Hall is really "looking up...and down...and up...and down." To read all about the progress, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Crofton 10u competes at State Tournament in Hastings The Crofton 10u softball team competed in the USA Softball of Nebraska Class D State Tournament on Saturday, July 17 in Hastings. Pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal to find out how the team did, available now.
Nebraska Endangered Missing Advisory - Zoey Kain Issued On: Friday, July 30, 2021 at 12:52:55 PM McCook Police Department is attempting to locate ZOEY KAIN, 14, white female, short dark hair with red highlights. ZOEY is approximately 5'6" and 180 pounds. Last seen at 2242 on July 28, 2021 in McCook. Last seen wearing a grey shirt with Gary Superfoods logo, blue jeans and Hey Dude Shoes. It is unknown who ZOEY is with or what type of vehicle she is in. Contact 911 with any information about ZOEY KAIN.
Met Noem in Yankton... Crofton Mayor Sharol Lawhead had the opportunity to meet with South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem at a fundraiser in Yankton. Lawhead said it was a campaign event, and she had the privilege of meeting Noem and her family and listening to her speak.
Dufek joins Knox County Sheriff The Knox County Sheriff's Office welcomes Deputy Dan Dufek. To read all about Knox County's newest sheriff, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.