TRI COUNTY FRESHMAN ETHAN PAXTON keeps up a steady pace in the 5k race at last Thursday’s D-2 District Cross Country Meet run on the Hidden Hills Golf Course in Geneva. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Tri County took part in their final meet of the season last Thursday afternoon in the D-2 District Cross Country Meet run on the Hidden Hills Golf Course in Geneva. Freshman Ethan Paxton and senior William Stokebrand ran the 5K race along with 70 other runners on a warm and pleasant day... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Tri County counted on a stellar ball control game to earn a 34-14 district victory played Friday night on Trojan Field against Thayer Central. Both squads came into the game with one win in district play. Tri County came ready to play relying on a potent rushing attack to wear down... + continue reading

STATE CROSS COUNTRY QUALIFIERS Fairbury’s Lady Jeffs cross country team for the second straight year qualified to compete this week in the NSAA State Cross Country Championships in Kearney. State qualifiers include front (l-r) MaKayla Fletcher, Lilibeth Estrada, Hannah Yantz, Shaye Stall, and Anna Schouboe. Back (l-r) Head coach Kristi Peterson, assistant coach Tyler Weatherholt, and assistant coach Mary Jantz. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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It turned out to be a spectacular day for the Fairbury Lady Jeffs cross country team at last Thursday’s C-3 District Cross Country Meet held on the Elks golf course in Hastings. The Lady Jeffs came through with a strong showing with four individual district medalists in the top 15... + continue reading

JEFFERSON SCHOOL PLAYGROUND RIBBON CUTTING--Students, teachers and administration opened the new playground on Sunday. New playground equipment monies was raised with work from the students and donations from local people and businesses. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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 Fairbury resident, Linda Bauer will be the next County Judge of the 1st Judicial District.  The 1st Judicial District consists of Gage, Jefferson, Johnson, Nemaha, Pawnee, Richardson, Saline and Thayer counties. Bauer was appointed to the position by Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman.... + continue reading

TRI COUNTY FRESHMAN ETHAN PAXTON keeps up a steady pace in the 5k race at last Thursday’s D-2 District Cross Country Meet run on the Hidden Hills Golf Course in Geneva. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News

STATE CROSS COUNTRY QUALIFIERS Fairbury’s Lady Jeffs cross country team for the second straight year qualified to compete this week in the NSAA State Cross Country Championships in Kearney. State qualifiers include front (l-r) MaKayla Fletcher, Lilibeth Estrada, Hannah Yantz, Shaye Stall, and Anna Schouboe. Back (l-r) Head coach Kristi Peterson, assistant coach Tyler Weatherholt, and assistant coach Mary Jantz. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News

JEFFERSON SCHOOL PLAYGROUND RIBBON CUTTING--Students, teachers and administration opened the new playground on Sunday. New playground equipment monies was raised with work from the students and donations from local people and businesses. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.

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Cory Nutsch and Stephanie Shaw of Fairbury, NE are the parents of a 7 pound, 5.5 ounce and 20½ inch long daughter, Madyson Anne Nutsch. She was born on Tuesday September 30, 2014. She is welcomed home by 2½ year old Brother Garren L. Nutsch.... + continue reading
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Jessica Effle, Tyler and Sara Joe, would like to honor their parents, Larry and Theo with a card shower for their 35th wedding anniversary. They were married Nov. 3rd, 1979 in Fairbury. They have 5 grandchildren, Dominic, Bryson and Lily Joe of Fairbury;... + continue reading

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Road safety and repair were at the top of the list at Tuesday’s meeting. Ron Weers listens as Darren Weers expressed his concern over the present condition of the PWF and other roads and the importance of passing the upcoming bond. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal-News
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Diller residents are concerned about whether the road construction bond for the November election will be passed with a majority votes. Their concern stems from since the majority of the work is to be done in the eastern portion of Jefferson County, will county voters as a whole support the... + continue reading

LIVING HISTORY WEEKEND--This past weekend many people attended the living history weekend at Rock Creek Station. This was the last event scheduled at Rock Creek for the season. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News
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Lambert Vet Supply (http://www.lambertvetsupply.com) announced today that Mike Koehn has joined the company to continue the development of their growing marketing efforts. Mike Koehn comes with a wealth of experience within the pet industry, having spent the last six years at KV Supply where... + continue reading
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