Basketball is starting up, FFA is in full swing, and Christmas is just around the corner! You won't want to miss all the community events and updates on Crofton this week, and why should you have to? All you have to do is sign up for your copy of the Crofton Journal and get the weekly news you need! If you happen to be interested, you can check out the Journal's fees and follow the link below to sign up now: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED)reported the award $5 Million from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) to the I Am A Man The Film LLC. To learn more about the film and it's award, sign up to the Crofton Journal!
Get your copy of this week's Crofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “M*A*S*H first at Conference, headed to Districts, Dec. 2”, “Coach Moon takes helm at Lady Warrior basketball”, “Sons winners named..." “Dead birds at lake cause for concern”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Journal on-line anywhere!
People are encouraged to use caution until further notice while visiting Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area after a waterfowl die-off was reported Nov. 22. For additional information, please consider subscribing to the Crofton Journal and support your local news!
This year's Friendsgiving event was well attended! want to learn about it? Be sure to sign up for the Crofton journal!
Six of the Crofton FFA members attended the Pathways to Careers Conference in Kearney on Saturday, November 12. This conference is designed for FFA members to explore career opportunities in agriculture. Too learn more, consider singing up to the Crofton Journal today! To do so, take a look at our rates: In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read the Journal on-line anywhere! Follow the link below for more details: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
The list of Niobrara Valley Conference Volleyball selections has just been released. Want to learn more? Then be sure to read all about it in the Crofton Journal or sign up for the edition!
Get your copy of this week's Crofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, ““Because of the Brave””, “St. Rose fills boxes for children...”, ““M.A.S.H” performed at Wynot”, “Elementary review summary focus of special meeting”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read the Journal on-line anywhere!
The Crofton Journal just posted it's latest video a few days ago, to watch it, simply follow the link below and subscribe to the channel for more! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tj_3ISqeKrE
Crofton's been busy with multiple community event ,with multiple wrestling competitions, and the Crofton Journal is here to photograph all these moments! If you'd like to see pictures from these events and celebrations, simply visit the Crofton Journal's SmugMug feature! You can freely view and purchase custom prints of all these high-quality and professionally taken photographs by following the attached link. By doing so, not only do you get the products you want, but you also help support your local news: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/JH-Wrestling-at-Randolph-2022/
On Oct. 16th, at the Crofton Senior Center, Hometown Heroes, Bob and Helene Hegge, were presented a certificate by Tammy Matuska from Modern Woodmen of America. To learn more, get the full story in this week's edition of the Crofton Journal, or sign up for the e-edition.
Knox County will be participating in Operation Green Light this year, a program created by the National Association of County Officials and the National Association of Veterans Service Officers. Want to learn more about the story? Get more details int the Crofton Journal today!
Get your copy of this week' s Crofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Elementary donates to CVFD...”, “Crofton Chorus sings at Mid-State Choir Clinic”, “One act troupe to start at Wynot”, “Hegges named “Hometown Heroes”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Journal on-line anywhere! https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Crofton Elementary recently held a money drive with all proceeds benefiting the Crofton Volunteer Fire Department. The students and staff of Crofton Elementary raised $1,112.52... Read the rest in this week's edition of the Crofton Journal, or sign up for the e-edition!
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St. Rose’s CCD/FFY and Confirmation students helped to host the 2022 Candlelight Rosary Honoring Mary on October 19th at the St Rose parking lot. If you'd like to read more about this event, then please be sure to read all about it in this week's edition of the Crofton Journal!
On Tuesday, October 4th, students from Sword of the Spirit Schoolhouse helped plant trees at Glad Tidings Bible Camp. Want to read more about the story? be sure to get your copy of the Crofton Journal today! If you want to get your news digitally, then get the e-edition now!
The Crofton Community Club recently made a number of donations from the proceeds of its events held this year – new signage and some new trees for the South Park. If you'd like to read more about it, then please be sure to get your copy of the Crofton Journal today!
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A planned outage is scheduled for electric customers in Boyd County, as well as parts of Holt and Knox County, Sunday, November 6 from 1 to 5 p.m., following the completion of upgrades to the main substation that serves the area. The outage will impact Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) customers in the communities of Butte, Bristow, and Lynch, as well as the Village of Spencer, and Niobrara Valley Electric Membership Corporation customers in rural Boyd County, northwestern Knox County, and northern Holt County. The first of two planned outages occurred on September 18, so crews could begin making substation upgrades. Now that the upgrades have been completed, a second planned outage will be observed so that the system can be returned to normal operation. “Outages are never ideal, and we appreciate everyone’s patience during this process. These upgrades will help ensure that area residents have reliable power for years to come,” says NPPD Account Manager Brittney Koenig. “Similar to the first planned outage in September, our crews will be taking the chance to complete work on other parts of our system that would otherwise require an outage,” notes Niobrara Valley Electric Membership Corporation General Manager Matt Fritz. NPPD and Niobrara Valley Electric Membership Corporation will begin reaching out to customers who will be impacted by the outage between November 1st and 3rd.