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It’s clear to see when one spends any amount of time in Upper Missouri Trading Company with JW “Doc” Carlson, his first love is the art of gunsmithing. His...
NOTE: In our ongoing series called, “Veteran Stories,” this week we feature Father William Cappius, who was born in Westphalia, Germany, and emigrated to the U.S. He...
NOTE: In our ongoing series called, “Veteran Stories,” this week we feature Norbert Francis Guenther, who served in West Germany from 1954 to 1956 with the 34th Field...
From the Nebraska School Activities Association Circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic are constantly changing and vary from community to community. Difficult...
NOTE: In our ongoing series called, “Veteran Stories,” this week we feature Michael D. Schmitz, or “Father Mike,” as he is known to most Crofton area residents. Before...
Arens thanked for service...
The Crofton Community Schools Board of Education held a appreciation event for Clair Arens as their last meeting on January 11, honoring Arens for his 20 years of service on the Crofton Board. Arens is pictured with his gifts from the board.
Crofton FFA qualifies teams, individuals for state
By: Stephanie Mann, Crofton FFA Advisor
The District 4 FFA District Leadership Development Events took place at Emerson-Hubbard High School on December 16 with some Crofton FFA members in attendance--with a number earning a State competition place. Pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal for the full story.
USDA opens CRP registration
From the USDA
Agricultural producers and private landowners interested in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can sign up for the popular program beginning Jan. 4, 2021 until Feb. 12, 2021. For more information on the CRP registration, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Lady Warriors split games at tourney
The Crofton Lady Warriors took to the court for another win on December 21, taking a 55-37 victory over West Point-Beemer. Pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal for the full story.
Picture: with lifted Directed Health Measures restrictions, the Crofton Warrior Band was allowed to finally regroup in person and play for the Crofton Warrior basketball games held on Tuesday, Jan. 5 against the visiting Ponca Indians.view image
Downed flags saved by two local boys, "the right thing" done
Wear and tear on the metal ring attached to the pulley which holds both the American flag and the Nebraska State flag in place was determined as the cause of these two flags falling to the ground sometime in October 2020. Pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal for the full story.