Crofton recently participated in an at show in Wakefield! Be sure to check out all the art an possibly purchase photos from the event by following the link below to the Journal's SmugMug: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/Art-at-BIG-Show-in-Wakefield-2023/
Get your copy of this week's Crofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines: “Second at Districts - 8 headed to State”, “Connot near perfect, wins Division shoot”, “Alumni Tournament this weekend in Crofton gym”, "Blood drive has five marked milestones”, and so many more including sports and speech stories! Simply follow the link below to view the Journal's affordable subscription fees: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
If you're interested in learning about Crofton's seniors, the Crofton Journal is putting out weekly updates on every one of this year's future graduates! To read all about it, sign up to the Journal today and get an edition of this week's issue!
Crofton Warrior Robbie Fisher appeared on the KCAU Channel 9 television station's "Champions Chat" on February 28 to be interviewed about his championship win at the State wrestling tournament last week. For more details, read all about it in this week's copy of the Crofton Journal!
Get your copy of this week's Crofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines: “Fischer featured on KCAU Champions Chat”, “POW! BANG! BOOM!”, “Wortmann honored for American Mother’s essay”, "Lady Warriors win fourth at state”, “Practice makes perfect (hopefully) for speech”, and so many more including sports and speech stories! Simply follow the link below to view the Journal's affordable subscription fees:https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
A Crofton Girl Scout has been "cooking with fire" as the Scouts' annual cookie sale continues through March 19 locally. Morgan Acuff, daughter of Nicole Gustin of Crofton, started selling with the intent of reaching her 600 box goal, and after she surpassed that with weeks to go, she kept selling, most recently crossing the 800-box mark. For more details and news, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal!
Northeast Nebraskans will have an opportunity to learn more about the issues surrounding nitrate in groundwater throughout the state at an upcoming public forum. Curious? Then consider signing up to the Crofton Journal and receive more news on the event!
Registration has opened for Crofton’s Dam Race 2023, which will be July 29 at Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area. Choose an adventure between three events: a triathlon, half-marathon, or 12-mile bike race. For additional details, please consider purchasing your copy of the Crofton Journal, or subscribing to receive your news digitally!
Main Street Treasures will be hosting a shopping day for Haligh Guenther and Family on Wednesday, March 8th Guenther was in an auto accident on 12/21/2022 and sustain life-threatening injuries including a brain bleed, a collapsed lung, and a traumatic brain injury (TBI). For more information, please pick up your copy of the Crofton Journal.
The Crofton Journal not only offers your local weekly news, but also ensures to get professional photos from all sorts of sports events! For example, if you would like to view countless photos from the Girls Basketball District Final competition, and possibly purchase custom prints, simply follow the link below and get the product you need! https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/GBB-District-Final-2023/
This is a cancellation of the Endangered Missing Advisory issued by Nebraska Law Enforcement The Endangered Missing Advisory activated to determine the whereabouts of Gary QUAST, has been cancelled. The alert has been cancelled due to Found Safe This advisory was for the following State Patrol Troop Areas: Troop A, Troop B, Troop C, Troop D, Troop H. For more information visit our website at http://nsp.ne.gov/ema
An Endangered Missing Advisory has been activated to determine the whereabouts of Gary QUAST. An Endangered Missing Advisory has been issued for Eastern Nebraska. The Fremont Police Department is attempting to locate, Gary QUAST who is a 81 year old, white male approximately 5’ 9"https://services.nebraska.gov/PublicWeb/api/emaalert/image1/89 tall, approximately 155 pounds, with white hair, blue eyes and blue jeans, snap button shirt, camouflage hat. QUAST is missing from the 300 block of North Birchwood Drive in Fremont, Nebraska, and last seen at 11:00 am on March 3, 2023. QUAST is driving a Red 2014 Hyundai Sonata (NE plate 19438). QUAST has dementia. If you have any information, please call 911, or contact the Fremont Police Department at (402) 727-2677 or 911 immediately.
St. Rose of Lima School had five entries qualify for the State History Day Contest, following competition at the District Contest held February 20 at Northeast Community College, Norfolk. If you would like to hear more details concerning this story, then sign up to the Crofton Journal! The Crofton Journal provides faithful weekly news (whether digital or physical), and offers it's services to you! If you are interested, simply follow the link below to view the Journal's fees: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
Crofton gave a furious fight at this year's Wrestling Championship, with Fisher winning first place once again and the Tramps both in the top 5! If you would like to view pictures from these competitions for free, visit the Journal's SmugMug! By following the attached link you can not only view professional photos, but you can also purchase custom prints and support you local news: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/2023-Wrestling-Championships
After a hard fought game on both sides of the court, the Ponca Indians just managed to pull out a victory of 39-34 against The Crofton Warriors in sub districts on Thursday, February 16. The Warriors will play in the District Finals against Freeman at Columbus Lakeview today at 7:00 p.m. For more news, sign up for your copy of the Crofton Journal!
The Crofton Senior Center held a Valentine's Sweetheart dinner on Thursday evening, February 16th. Nearly all tables were filled with couples and friends of all ages in the beautifully decorated dining hall. For more details, consider signing up to the Crofton Journal today!
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It's state tournament time for the Lady Warriors basketball team! The #1 seeded Crofton girls will travel to Devaney to take on Cross County on March 2 at 9 a.m.
Three of the four Crofton-Bloomfield girls that competed in state wrestling in Omaha, Nebraska at the CHI center on February 16-18 medaled! If you would like to know more, then please consider purchasing your copy of the Crofton Journal, or sign up for an e-edition.
The Crofton Lady Warrior basketball team played Tuesday night, Feb. 14, winning over LCC’s Lady Bears, 59-23, and moving on to the sub-district Game 4 against Ponca on Feb. 16 at Crofton High with a 7 p.m. tipoff. For more details, sign up to the Crofton Journal!