For three years Runza IN Fairbury has held a fundraising day to support Bonham Theatre Project. With the recent donation of $769.84, the three year support from Runza totals $2,685.09. "We are very grateful for the visible support and special fundraising days Runza Restaurants has provided BTP," said BTP treasurer Debby Ebke. "With assistance from the entire community we will achieve our goal of reopening the Bonham Theatre." “Runza® is proud to work with Bonham Theatre Project in support of their extensive renovation. We are excited to see months of effort come to life,” said Sabrina Koch, Fairbury manager. Persons in the picture from left to right: Janette Warnke; Debby Ebke; Sabrina Koch; Brooke Schwab; Nels Sorensen (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)
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A West Point man has been hired at Fairbury Jr.Sr. High School. The Fairbury School board voted to hire Nicholas Kroon as the high school assistant principal and activities director with a salary of $76,000. He is currently a math teacher at West Point Public Schools. The board also voted to... + continue reading

FAIRBURY JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL 2015 PROM CANDIDATES are front row: Shyanne Adams, Madison Neuerburg, Taylor Schroeder, Megan Siebe, Keanna Kroeker. Back row: Connor Livingston, Brett Wanamaker, Cole Bauer, Bryce Schouboe and Spencer Feldkamp. Crowning is open to the public Saturday April 18 at 7pm, located at the ‘23 building on J St., in Fairbury. Prom is at ‘47 Gym on K St., in Fairbury. (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)
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On Sunday local farmers got together for a Plow Day. There were tractors with pull behind plows, blacksmiths, and small engines. They plowed 32 acres. Kenneth Dodge said "We are out here to have some fun after our machines have sat in the sheds all winter." The event started around 12:30 p.m. and ended around 4 p.m. across from Roode’s Feedlot outside of Fairbury off of Hwy. 8. (Photos by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News)
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Central and Jefferson Intermediate schools conducted Family Fun Night at the ‘47 gym on Friday April 10th. Many children enjoyed playing carnival games and winning prizes. Austin Snyder picks a duck out of the duck pond.(Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)
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For three years Runza IN Fairbury has held a fundraising day to support Bonham Theatre Project. With the recent donation of $769.84, the three year support from Runza totals $2,685.09. "We are very grateful for the visible support and special fundraising days Runza Restaurants has provided BTP," said BTP treasurer Debby Ebke. "With assistance from the entire community we will achieve our goal of reopening the Bonham Theatre." “Runza® is proud to work with Bonham Theatre Project in support of their extensive renovation. We are excited to see months of effort come to life,” said Sabrina Koch, Fairbury manager. Persons in the picture from left to right: Janette Warnke; Debby Ebke; Sabrina Koch; Brooke Schwab; Nels Sorensen (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)

FAIRBURY JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL 2015 PROM CANDIDATES are front row: Shyanne Adams, Madison Neuerburg, Taylor Schroeder, Megan Siebe, Keanna Kroeker. Back row: Connor Livingston, Brett Wanamaker, Cole Bauer, Bryce Schouboe and Spencer Feldkamp. Crowning is open to the public Saturday April 18 at 7pm, located at the ‘23 building on J St., in Fairbury. Prom is at ‘47 Gym on K St., in Fairbury. (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)

On Sunday local farmers got together for a Plow Day. There were tractors with pull behind plows, blacksmiths, and small engines. They plowed 32 acres. Kenneth Dodge said "We are out here to have some fun after our machines have sat in the sheds all winter." The event started around 12:30 p.m. and ended around 4 p.m. across from Roode’s Feedlot outside of Fairbury off of Hwy. 8. (Photos by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News)

Central and Jefferson Intermediate schools conducted Family Fun Night at the ‘47 gym on Friday April 10th. Many children enjoyed playing carnival games and winning prizes. Austin Snyder picks a duck out of the duck pond.(Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)

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Sharlyn Kroeker of 4th Street Greenhouse conducted a class on container gardening on Saturday at Stagecoach Mall. (Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News)
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Who needs toys when you have a calf puller?I hope the calf puller works the next time Michael needs it. Michael had leaned it up against the fence of the cow lot after pulling a calf a few weeks ago... + 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