Staff members at Thayer Central came together and raised over $1,800 for various causes in the community. One fundraiser that was held was an 'Ugly Sweater' project, where proceeds from the sale of Titan ugly sweaters went towards the Cargill Giving Tree. Josh Lanik headed the Cargill cause, noting that 49 staff members purchased the sweaters. Lanik also noted that they were able to purchase movie gift cards for more than 20 Thayer Central students from the Cargill Giving Tree. Deb Bulin organized a cake raffle, which brought in 46 items. Funds from the cake raffle went to help staff members that are currently undergoing chemotherapy, or will be starting soon. Another fundraising effort by Thayer Central staff was for a local business. Drew Harris, Thayer Central Superintendent, noted that the staff had fun with all the efforts and all were in the giving spirit of Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less
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As reported in an earlier post the anticipated increase in thefts has made its way to the surrounding area. The Sheriff's Office has received reports of missing packages from area residents. Suspicious vehicles have also been reported. Please keep any eye out for any suspicious activty and report same to area law enforcement. The number of scams reported is also on the rise. It is unfortunate that undesirable individuals will steal, scam, and prey upon good people as opposed to obtaining employment and living an honest life. You must take steps to keep yourselves and others protected from these individuals. It is especially important to keep an eye on elderly friends and family members and visit with them about unsolitcited phone calls, e-mails, and other "junk mail". Please visit the following Attorney Generals Office link for more information on how to protect yourself and report scams.https://ago.nebraska.gov/ ... See MoreSee Less
On The Hook Fish and Chips Food Truck will be open until 7pm tonight only! Orscheln's parking lot in Fairbury. According to Jacob Adams, the truck in Fairbury is based out of Waverly Nebraska. The event in Fairbury is the Grand Opening for Fairbury. Adams noted the trucks get to most spots about once a month. After tonight, the truck will be in Hastings. ... See MoreSee Less
Along with 'Varsity Letters' we also have 'Familiar Faces', features stories about; “Grandma Tuma,” as told to Charles Turner, W.F. Cramb, Isaac “Ike” Bower, John M. Curtis, aka “Clock Tinker Curtis”, Arnold Ruhnke, Richard Bugbee, Linda Beagle, Fred Preston, Art Friesen Sr., Don Mahlman, Kaye Schlake, aka Kaye Lake, The Nebraska Quints (France, China, Russia, England, United States), Rebecca Hinks, John Lokke, Guy Stewart, Jon Christie, Peg Friesen, Steve Tamerius, Depke Andres, Bruce Swartz, Sarah Endorf, Charlotte Endorf, Roy Barnts, Judy Hollinger, Sarah Siebe, Virgil Wasserman, Lorlea Mees, Thom Hunt, Delores Novotny, Janis Kenning, Stanley Kasparek
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Both the Diller-Odell boy’s and girl’s basketball teams fell to Johnson-Brock tonight at home. The Griffins girl’s team lost 46-38 and the boy’s team followed with a 86-60 loss to the No. 1 ranked Eagles boy’s team
A few noteworthy stats - Diller-Odell senior William McLaughlin scored a career-high 23 points, topping his previous best of 16. On the girl’s team Addison Heidemann led her team in scoring for the fourth time this season with 15 points.
Look for a photo page and a full write up from both games in Friday’s FJN. ... See MoreSee Less