The Crofton Lady Warriors defeated both Niobrara-Verdigre and Wausa to win the Knox County Tournament. Want to read more about it? The best way to do that is by picking up your copy of the Crofton Journal, or by signing up for the e-edition and getting your news digitally!
4 months ago, Staff
Caitlin Guenther spikes the ball over the net
The Lady Warriors celebrate after scoring a point
Crofton recently held both it's Town Hall and City Council meetings! If you would like to watch videos on them, then simply follow any of the attached links below, and please don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and SHARE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOUIWro232w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9bc_FYzp8U
4 months ago, Staff
The Crofton Lady Warriors got the number one seed in their sub-district bracket, and are scheduled to play Hartington-Newcastle, Monday, Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. in Crofton. https://secure.nsaahome.org/nsaaforms/officials/vbbrackets.php?distid=54
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The Crofton Warriors 5th Grade Volleyball Team won first place in the Pierce Volleyball Tournament, held October 9, in the 5th Grade Division. To learn more about it all, be sure to read about it in the Crofton Journal!
4 months ago, Staff
Team Members are as pictured, front row (l to r): Emma Arens, Ella Jessen, Jayden Tramp, Dylan Gulbranson, Paige Nohr; back row (l to r): Coach Angie Connot, Skyler Sejnoha, Grace Morrison, Lauren Connot, Berkley Hames, Coach Jamie Tramp, and Coach Laura Morrison.
Visit Knox County Director Stacy Miller, and Kelly Hanvey, Knox County Economic Developer, visited Crofton’s downtown business district last week to host a number of “grand openings” for businesses... For more details, check out the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
4 months ago, Staff
“Grand openings” held downtown...
“Grand openings” held downtown...
“Grand openings” held downtown...
“Grand openings” held downtown...
The Crofton Warriors Marching Band is at the peak of their season. They traveled to Pierce on Wednesday Oct. 5 and to Yankton on Saturday Oct. 8. Want to learn more about the event? Then be sure to sign up for this week's edition of the Crofton Journal, and get the e-edition!
4 months ago, Staff
The Crofton Warriors Marching Band is at the peak of their season. They traveled to Pierce on Wednesday Oct. 5 and to Yankton on Saturday Oct. 8.
Band marches at “Meridian” event
Band marches at “Meridian” event
Band marches at “Meridian” event
Crofton traveled to Allen to face the Tri-County Wolfpack Friday, October 7, to increase their record to 4-3. If anyone would like to see and possibly purchase custom prints from photos of the game, SmugMug is the place to go! SmugMug allows customers to view professionally taken photographs from past events covered by the Journal, and also allows all sorts of custom printing using these products. Simply follow the link below, and take a look today: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/FB-at-TCNE-2022
4 months ago, Staff
Get your copy of this week'sCrofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines: “Band Marches at “Meridian” Event”, ““Grand Openings” Held Downtown”, "“Heart-ist” Decorates with Mural”, "Lady Warriors Roll Over Blue Devils”, and so many more! Consider subscribing today: In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read the Crofton Journal online anywhere! https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
4 months ago, Staff
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
The Warrior Marching Band attended Harvest of Harmony in Grand Island on Saturday, October 1. They returned home having gotten the only division 1 rating in both class C and D for their field marching show. For more details, get your copy of the Crofton Journal today!
4 months ago, Staff
Band continues winning streak with first event
Get your copy of this week's Crofton Journal, and read the articles that accompany these headlines: “Band continues winning streak with first event”, “Tour de Tables event held...”, "Crofton FFA takes first at District Dairy Judging”, “Warriors win in Sioux City invite” “Club announces parade winners”, "Warriors blowout Knights at Homecoming contest", and so much more! Consider subscribing today: In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Crofton Journal online anywhere! https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
4 months ago, Staff
Read more about it in the Crofton Journal this week!
Read more about it in the Crofton Journal this week!
Read more about it in the Crofton Journal this week!
Read more about it in the Crofton Journal this week!
Crofton had it's latest Homecoming, and the Journal was available to take photos from the event! If you'd like to see them and possibly purchase custom prints made from some of these picture simply follow the link below! https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Crofton-Journal/Crofton-Homecoming-2022/
4 months ago, Staff
The Crofton Community Club hosted the annual Homecoming Parade and “Paint the Town” event in downtown Crofton. There were seven entries for “Paint the Town,” and the first place award was given to... Curious? Then read more about it in this week's edition of the Crofton Journal!
4 months ago, Staff
This year’s Crofton Community Club Homecoming Parade Grand Marshal was Laverta Mauch, she is pictured here with her son, Lawrence, riding along with drivers Dale and Karen Riesberg.
County-wide, volleyball teams are gearing up for the 2022 Knox County Volleyball tournament to be held at Crofton High School this October 10-11. Need more specifics? Then be sure to read about it in your copy of the Crofton Journal, or sign up to get your news digitally!
4 months ago, Staff
Crofton to host tourney
The Crofton Cross Country girls’ team placed third at their home meet on Thursday, September 22.Junior Jordyn Arens finished first for the third time this season, finishing with a time of 19:31. For details, please consider picking up your copy of the Crofton Journal.
4 months ago, Staff
Rylie Arens has a fun time running
Zac Arens grabs a drink
Crofton running back, Jack Drotzmann, carries the ball during a reverse play in a recent home JV football game against Wynot. The Warriors lost that matchup, 18-12, but the JV squad will next be taking on Plainview at home on Monday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. To hear about the upcoming game, sign up to your copy of the Crofton Journal! https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
4 months ago, Staff
Crofton running back, Jack Drotzmann, carries the ball during a reverse play in a recent home JV football game against Wynot. The Warriors lost that matchup, 18-12, but the JV squad will next be taking on Plainview at home on Monday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m.
The Knox County Extension office has announced that National 4-H week will be coming up on October 2-9 this year. If you're interested, then be sure to read the rest in the Journal by signing up: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
4 months ago, Staff
4H week to be noted October 2-9
Crofton's homecoming week is underway, with royalty named, and announcing a parade and game, along with other upcoming festivities. If you would like to hear about everything, then please consider signing up to the Crofton Journal. Subscirptions fees vary according to your needs: An In-State annual plan costs only $40.00; an Out-of-State one is $46.00; or you can get an E-Edition for only $20.00, allowing you to read The Crofton Journal online anywhere! Finally, if you already have a subscription, simply pay an extra $5 to get a bonus copy of everything digitally! Go to: https://www.croftonjournal.com/.../the.../page/subscriptions and consider signing up today.
4 months ago, Staff
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Read all about it in the Crofton Journal!
Crofton American Legion Post #128 Commander Shane Wieseler presented Mike Doering of Bloomfield with this year’s raffled rifle... For more details, read more about it in this week's copy of the Crofton Journal, or sign up for the e-edition to receive your news digitally.
4 months ago, Staff
Raffle gun winner announced...
The family of Laura Arens has planned a 100th birthday celebration in her honor on Saturday, Oct. 8. The event will be held at the St. Rose Parish Hall in Crofton from 1 P.M. to 4 P.M. that day. Cards will reach Arens at c/o the Meadows, 500 S 18th St., Apt. 215,Norfolk, NE 68701. All friends and family are welcome to attend.
4 months ago, Staff
Laura Arens
Crofton Community Schools will be celebrating Homecoming beginning on Sunday, Sep. 25 with the Coronation of the Homecoming King and Queen at 6 P.M. on the football field. Homecoming week will be filled with festivities focused on the theme “States,” including the annual Homecoming Parade on Friday, Sep. 30 beginning at 2:00 p.m. up Main Street. To get more local news, be sure to sign up to the Crofton Journal: https://www.croftonjournal.com/o/the-crofton-journal/page/subscriptions
5 months ago, Staff
Senior Homecoming Royalty - Queen Candidates, front row (l to r): Fiene Adler, Summer Guenther, Megan Tramp, Rebecca Leader; and King Candidates, bkac row (l to r): Thomas Maibaum, Simon McFarland, Wesley Lucht, Garret Buschkamp
Junior Attendants - Jace Foxhoven and Caitlin Guenther
Sophomore Attendants - DeLando Hughes and Samantha Strunk
Freshmen Attendants - Jackson Lynde and Lillie Earley