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Ten Crofton Band students represented Crofton at the Midstate Honor Band on Monday, March 21: (front) Sabrina Kaiser, Jenna Jackson, Karley Schieffer, Elizabeth Wortmann, and Cameryn Fiscus; (back) Nolan Babcock, Mayson Ostermeyer, Austin Guenther, Zac Arens, and Grant Schieffer. For more news, check us out at CroftonJournal.com!
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The Freshman class of Crofton High School visited Northeast Community College for a Career Exploration Workshop on Monday, Mar. 14. For more information, pick up a copy of your local newspaper of sign up for our E-edition at CroftonJournal.com
The Crofton Band sent 25 students to the 36th Annual Class C All-State Band on Saturday, March 19 at Kearney High School. Of the 25 students who had auditioned and were selected for the prestigious honor band, 18 were high school students and seven were junior high. Of the 25 students who had auditioned and were selected for the prestigious honor band, 18 were high school students and seven were junior high. For more information pick up your local newspaper, or sign up for our E-edition if you'd rather not have a physical copy.
Crofton is a busy little community; pick up your copy of this week's paper to read about the action! Not only can you read about some athletic and extra-curricular achievements, but you can also find more information about the upcoming community event meeting! Check us out at CroftonJournal.com
All sorts of great things are happening in our community! We have kitchens being revamped, students excelling, and so much more! Pick up a copy or subscribe to the Crofton Journal and have the news come to you! CroftonJournal.com
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So much has happened in Crofton this week - homecoming parade winners were announce, the marching band started their season, some power poles are being replaced. Catch up on your local news by picking up your copy of The Crofton Journal! CroftonJournal.com
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Pick up your copy of this week's edition of the Crofton Journal and check out who's been named what: marshalls, homecoming candidates, those who are going to attend the hunter's saftey course... All the fun things! You can also check out the E-Edition! CroftonJournal.com
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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!