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Lambert Vet Supply (http://www.lambertvetsupply.com) announced today that Mike Koehn has joined the company to continue the development of their growing marketing efforts. Mike Koehn comes with a wealth of experience within the pet industry, having spent the last six years at KV Supply where... + continue reading

HALF OF DUELING PIANOS--held this past weekend had a great turnout of guests and entertainment. Money was raised for Hope Crisis Center on behalf of Domestic Violence Awareness. Pictured is Carmen Hinman from Hope Crisis Center and Spike Blake with Half of Dueling Pianos at the event. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.
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FIRE PREVENTION WEEK--Last week members of the Fairbury City Fire and Jefferson County Ambulance gave presentations at Central Elementary and at the City Fire Station, along with tours of their trucks. Local firemen explained to the kids what they wear, and how they fight fires. Also discussed calling was 911, what to do if their house is on fire, Stop Drop and Roll, not playing with matches, and showed them several tools and other fire related items. Contributed Photo
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Fairbury “IN” Group and FCCLA along with Seward students participated in GRAY Out to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Thursday, October 9. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/FairburyJournalNews.com
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 Last week Fairbury High School participated in a GRAY Out during the Fairbury Seward volleyball game.  The GRAY Out is a movement begun by the students  in support of fellow students who have Type 1 Diabetes (T1D). Fairbury School currently has a support group, the IN Group,... + continue reading

SEWING CAMO PRODUCTS FOR MSA BRAND PRODUCTS is Diane Hynek, she is making a BBQ Grill Cover available at: www.gottahavecamo.com. MSA Brand produces a full line of camo products including hunting screens, tote bags, drawstring bags, seat protectors, grill covers, tablecloths and lunch bags with more products being added. Photo by Cynthia Scheer/Fairbury Journal-News
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Commercial sewing has returned to Fairbury. MSA Brand Products, located in Fairbury, has added handcrafted United States flags and a line of sewn camo items, including grill covers, seat protectors, hunting blinds, coolers and bags, to its inventory. The items, which can be customized and... + continue reading

HALF OF DUELING PIANOS--held this past weekend had a great turnout of guests and entertainment. Money was raised for Hope Crisis Center on behalf of Domestic Violence Awareness. Pictured is Carmen Hinman from Hope Crisis Center and Spike Blake with Half of Dueling Pianos at the event. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK--Last week members of the Fairbury City Fire and Jefferson County Ambulance gave presentations at Central Elementary and at the City Fire Station, along with tours of their trucks. Local firemen explained to the kids what they wear, and how they fight fires. Also discussed calling was 911, what to do if their house is on fire, Stop Drop and Roll, not playing with matches, and showed them several tools and other fire related items. Contributed Photo

Fairbury “IN” Group and FCCLA along with Seward students participated in GRAY Out to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Thursday, October 9. Photo by Sandy Zabokrtsky/FairburyJournalNews.com

SEWING CAMO PRODUCTS FOR MSA BRAND PRODUCTS is Diane Hynek, she is making a BBQ Grill Cover available at: www.gottahavecamo.com. MSA Brand produces a full line of camo products including hunting screens, tote bags, drawstring bags, seat protectors, grill covers, tablecloths and lunch bags with more products being added. Photo by Cynthia Scheer/Fairbury Journal-News

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FALL THEMED DISPLAYS --around Fairbury are a reminder of the change in the seasons. Photo by Fred Arnold/Fairbury Journal-News.
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DILLER-ODELL HOMECOMING ROYALTY CAMILLE HENNERBERG AND STETSON MEYER were crowned queen and king Sept. 26th after the football game versus Pawnee City. Hennerberg is the daughter of Brian Hennerberg and Rondalin and Brett Wells. Meyer is the son of Shane and Alesha Meyer. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
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MERIDIAN SENIOR BLAIR HOFSTETTER, No. 12, prepares to tip the ball over the net past the block attempt of Diller-Odell’s Katie Schultis, No. 14 in action last Thursday evening at Diller-Odell High School in Odell. Hofstetter led all Meridian hitters with a team-high 30 kills in the Lady Mustangs three-set win over the Lady Griffins. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
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In a matchup of state-rated volleyball teams, Meridian by the slimmest of margins survived Diller-Odell in a hard-fought three-set match played Oct. 2nd on the Lady Griffins’ home floor in Odell. The Class D-2 (10-4) Lady Mustangs edged the Class D-1 (15-4) Lady Griffins by scores of... + 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