Thursday, March 26, 2015
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  It’s that time of year again!! Roll up your sleeves and join your neighbors and friends in this city wide observance to make our city a neater, cleaner and more attractive place to live! THE CITY OF FAIRBURY WILL PROVIDE FREE CURBSIDE PICK-UP SERVICE FOR CLEAN-UP ITEMS IN THE... + continue reading

Kindergarten Roundup--on Friday March 20th, the staff for Kindergarten and preschool classes lined up outside Central Elementary to let the preschoolers learn what Kindergarten is all about for a day. The staff help direct students to which classroom they would be in come fall. (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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Equipment Donation---Three's Pieces recently donated several pieces of equipment to Central School. The list of equipment was provided by Occupational Therapist Justin Johnson, left. Also shown are Three's Pieces team members, Chloe Christ, Tristan Korthals, Hailey Christ and Hillary Christ. (Contributed Photo)
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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  Three's Pieces third annual "Light it up Blue" Kick-off gala is planned for Saturday, March 28 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Fairbury Elks Club.  The event, which raises autism awareness, has a lot to offer for a night of family fun.  The doors open at 6, tickets can... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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More than 250 volunteers and 26 emergency services agencies responded to the largest fire in Jefferson County in more than a century on Sunday as crews worked for more than eight hours fighting a fire at the Livingston Enterprises Stateline facility. The facility, which is one of Jefferson County... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
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KS ManArrested AfterHigh Speed ChaseA Marysville man is in custody at the Jefferson Count Law Enforcement Center following a high speed chase  in which speeds were recorded in excess of 100 miles per hour. Law enforcement officials from Kansas and Nebraska pursued Justin Thomas Sutterlin, 37,... + continue reading

Kindergarten Roundup--on Friday March 20th, the staff for Kindergarten and preschool classes lined up outside Central Elementary to let the preschoolers learn what Kindergarten is all about for a day. The staff help direct students to which classroom they would be in come fall. (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)

Equipment Donation---Three's Pieces recently donated several pieces of equipment to Central School. The list of equipment was provided by Occupational Therapist Justin Johnson, left. Also shown are Three's Pieces team members, Chloe Christ, Tristan Korthals, Hailey Christ and Hillary Christ. (Contributed Photo)

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03/26/2015
SEVERE WEATHER SEASON PROMPTS LOCAL COMPANY TO ISSUE DISASTER SAFETY PREP CHECKLIST FOR SENIORSWith severe weather season upon us in the U.S., older adults may be among the most vulnerable victims when disasters strike.  That's why Home Instead... + continue reading
03/25/2015
The Diller seniors card party was held March 17. High score for pitch were Elaine Scherling and Don Zarybnicky.  Low scores were Eva Renz and Betty Hubka. Door prize was Norris Gold, hostesses were the card group. Next Card Party will be April 21.,... + continue reading

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Lambert Vet Supply recently contributed to the Bonham Theatre Project’s on-going efforts to reopen the local theatre. Human Resources and Public Relation Director Jaime Lambert-McDaniel (right side-holding check) presents a $2,500 donation to Bonham Theatre Project board members-Diane Schutt, Debby Ebke, Brooke Schwab and Nels Sorensen. (Contributed Photo)
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Making a commitment to community development, Lambert Vet Supply (LVS) has donated $2,500 to the Bonham Theatre Project’s continuing efforts to re-open the historic Bonham Theatre in downtown Fairbury. “We take pride in the communities LVS lives and works in and giving back to... + continue reading

Jefferson County Kicks off Relay for Life at the 4-H Building in the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on March 24. The evening started off with a soup and cinnamon roll dinner. Amy Sparks with the American Cancer Society gave a speech. There was also a slideshow, games and activities. (Photo by Shaunte Dean/Fairbury Journal-News)
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Livingston Enterprises Stateline facility south of Fairbury hit by fire. Multiple buildings engulfed in flames. Seven area fire departments on scene, along with dozens of emergency vehicles and volunteers. Estimates are over 100 personnel responding. UPDATE: Fire departments still being paged out... + continue reading
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