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Tuesday afternoon approximately 4:45 pm a one vehicle rollover accident off of Hwy. 8 and 580 Ave between Diller and Steele City. Driver refused care. Non injury accident.  + continue reading

PIONEER CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS the Diller-Odell Lady Griffins volleyball team captured their first conference title last Friday by defeating Johnson-Brock in the finals. Team members front (l-r) Head coach Kandice Jurgens, Josie Vitosh, Camille Hennerberg, and assistant coach Corinna Vrbka. Second row (l-r) Paige Vitosh, Katie Schultis, Bailey Schroeder, Theresa Zarybnicky, Katie Zarybnicky, and Madison Jurgens. Third row (l-r) Alexis Craw, Faith Novotny, Madison Hajek, Paige Arnold, Sarah Stanosheck, and Hayley Denner. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
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Diller-Odell’s Lady Griffins volleyball team ran the tables at the Pioneer Conference Volleyball Tournament played at Lourdes Central Catholic High School in Nebraska City. The Class D1 state-rated Lady Griffins were impressive with their play on the court during last week by going 3-0... + continue reading

Students of the month starting from left are: 8th Graders: Taylea Mills, daughter of Nicki & Ben Mills, Jared Engelman, son of Jeff & Stephanie Engelman; 7th Graders: Sara Huss, daughter of Bryce & Kris Huss, Bret Cole, son of Neil & Christina Cole. Students are nominated by their teachers based on respectfulness, helpfulness, and work ethic. Contributed photo
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KIWANIS MEMBERS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS--Members and officers pictured above are: left to right: Marv Engel, Secretary Tammy Suey, President Tiffany Pfaff, Treasurer Jim Bell, Sharon Priefert, Byron Ray from Beatrice conducting the installation, President-elect Bill Runge, Danni Starck, Jason Grant, Jamie McDaniel, Vice President Brooke Schwab. Contributed Photo
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The Fairbury Public Library has a new Children’s Librarian on staff.  Beth McCracken started September 22 and says that she was excited to be offered this job as she was ready to get back into the library. McCracken comes to Fairbury from Red Cloud, Nebraska.  Prior to coming... + continue reading

PIONEER CONFERENCE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS the Diller-Odell Lady Griffins volleyball team captured their first conference title last Friday by defeating Johnson-Brock in the finals. Team members front (l-r) Head coach Kandice Jurgens, Josie Vitosh, Camille Hennerberg, and assistant coach Corinna Vrbka. Second row (l-r) Paige Vitosh, Katie Schultis, Bailey Schroeder, Theresa Zarybnicky, Katie Zarybnicky, and Madison Jurgens. Third row (l-r) Alexis Craw, Faith Novotny, Madison Hajek, Paige Arnold, Sarah Stanosheck, and Hayley Denner. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News

Students of the month starting from left are: 8th Graders: Taylea Mills, daughter of Nicki & Ben Mills, Jared Engelman, son of Jeff & Stephanie Engelman; 7th Graders: Sara Huss, daughter of Bryce & Kris Huss, Bret Cole, son of Neil & Christina Cole. Students are nominated by their teachers based on respectfulness, helpfulness, and work ethic. Contributed photo

KIWANIS MEMBERS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS--Members and officers pictured above are: left to right: Marv Engel, Secretary Tammy Suey, President Tiffany Pfaff, Treasurer Jim Bell, Sharon Priefert, Byron Ray from Beatrice conducting the installation, President-elect Bill Runge, Danni Starck, Jason Grant, Jamie McDaniel, Vice President Brooke Schwab. Contributed Photo

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New clothes, new book bag, and new shoes are all part of regiment for the beginning of the school year for many students.  Not all kids are that lucky.  Often teachers will greet their new classroom and notice that there may be a child or two that are wearing what would only pass as a... + continue reading

ENDICOTT HAYRACK RIDES this past Saturday in Endicott. The event is put on by volunteers from around the area. All the money that is raised through this event is returned to the community for repairs or special projects. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News. More photos under this weeks newspapers by date in photos section.
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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
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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
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Gender Specific Words Going Away Editor: Not that long ago I submitted a letter to the editor warning of a homosexual agenda being pushed by way of the public school system. The... + continue reading

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By Sandy Zabokrtsky   Final preparations for the 2014-2015 school year were made at the District 8 School Board meeting Monday. The Board reviewed policies that were... + continue reading