Monday, September 15, 2014
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 Charles Sprain Age 33 of Fairbury was arrested on September 13, 2014 for alleged All-Terrain Vehicle Violations (3 Misdemeanor), No Operators License (Infraction), Willful Reckless Driving (3 Misdemeanor), Flight To Avoid Arrest (4 Felony), Resisting Arrest (1 Misdemeanor), Driving Under the... + continue reading

Selectel hosted their official ribbon cutting on September 4 at their location 415 Fifth Street. Pictured above are Sara Bundy, Brooke Schwab, Sharon Priefert, Selectel owner Andrew Jensen, Selectel employee Jodie Rowe, Selectel Manager Steph Andersen and Julie Ondrak. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal News
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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Fairbury High School students from Mrs. Schouboe’s art class had a hand in preparing for First Friday Art Walk in September as they decorated different sections of the sidewalk for their portion of the chalk walk, Friday, September 5. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal News
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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DILLER-ODELL SENIOR AUSTIN VITOSH No. 23, works to break free from a tackle by Lourdes Central Catholic’s Alex Hogeland No. 58, on a first half carry Friday night on the Griffins’ home field in Diller. Diller-Odell improved to 2-0 on the season with a 49-20 win over the Knights. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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It didn’t take long for Diller-Odell to its get its offense in high gear at home on Friday night. The Griffins scored on their second offensive possession and cruised to a 49-20 win against Lourdes Central Catholic. Stetson Meyer got the home crowd revved up, as the Griffin senior... + continue reading

Dilapidated Homes in Fairbury are in the cross hairs as the city takes aim at properties that need clearing. This home at Eighth and I Streets shows the level of disrepair. Photos by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
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One of the primary duties of Fairbury's City Administrator was to ensure that local run down properties were dealt with. With the non-renewal of former City Administrator Joe Parker's contract local residents who have neglected their properties might assume they are getting a reprieve... + continue reading

Selectel hosted their official ribbon cutting on September 4 at their location 415 Fifth Street. Pictured above are Sara Bundy, Brooke Schwab, Sharon Priefert, Selectel owner Andrew Jensen, Selectel employee Jodie Rowe, Selectel Manager Steph Andersen and Julie Ondrak. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal News

Fairbury High School students from Mrs. Schouboe’s art class had a hand in preparing for First Friday Art Walk in September as they decorated different sections of the sidewalk for their portion of the chalk walk, Friday, September 5. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal News

DILLER-ODELL SENIOR AUSTIN VITOSH No. 23, works to break free from a tackle by Lourdes Central Catholic’s Alex Hogeland No. 58, on a first half carry Friday night on the Griffins’ home field in Diller. Diller-Odell improved to 2-0 on the season with a 49-20 win over the Knights. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News

Dilapidated Homes in Fairbury are in the cross hairs as the city takes aim at properties that need clearing. This home at Eighth and I Streets shows the level of disrepair. Photos by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.

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Brian L. Starck,  42 of Fairbury, Nebraska, died September 11, 2014 at his home.  He was born to Roger and Barbara (Churchill) Starck February 14, 1972 in Fairbury.  Survivors are his parents Roger and Barbara, his children Colton and Kacy... + continue reading
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Sixty five local law enforcement, emergency personnel and tow truck drivers attended Traffic Incident Management training conducted by the State Patrol Monday evening, August 25. They learned best practices in blocking traffic in case of an accident, the best way to move around the scene of an accident as well as the recommended way to clear an accident. Each attendee had personal time with the trainer to ask questions. Above Fairbury Police Chief Chad Sprunk listens as State Patrol Trainer, Tim Pickering, explains the importance of proper placement of cones to provide safety for the personnel working an accident. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/Fairbury Journal-News
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Learning how to safely manage traffic in an accident situation was the topic of training Monday evening, Sept. 25. The training  was being provided to all responders through the Nebraska Department of Roads conducted by the  Nebraska State Highway Patrol.  Traffic lncident... + continue reading

STAFIICHUK VEHICLE--after rollover accident on Saturday. Contributed Photo
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Roman Stafiichuk, 28, of Fairbury, along with three other unnamed individuals escaped serious injury on Saturday when the vehicle they were riding in rolled southwest of Fairbury.  The 2002 Lexus driven by Stafiichuk was listed as a total loss following the accident which occurred two... + continue reading
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Jefferson County Commissioners continue to weigh their options as they and various county officials wrestle with alternatives for the future of the Jefferson County Courthouse.  Wim Kersten, architect with Berggren Architects presented the revised budget for the renovation of the courthouse... + continue reading
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By Fred Arnold   Hooray Fall! The heat has broken. We’re all going to Friday night football games in our sweatshirts and jackets. The air conditioners around town are... + 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