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People

PreSchool Learning Center, Fairbury, Nebraska is proud to announce that Martha Welsch will be the director/head teacher for the 2016-17 school year. 
Martha has over 20 years of teaching experience as a substitute for local schools. 
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Jun

Youth

Henry Graduates From Bryon 
Kaden R. Henry, Fairbury native and graduate of Fairbury High School, graduated from Bryon School of Health Science on May 6, 2016. Kaden graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree, with a dual major in Cardiovascular Synography. After the ceremony, a reception given in his honor was held at Wonder Rosa Winery in Roca, Neb. It was attended by family and friends. Kaden has accepted a position at Omaha Children’s Hospital as a member of the Cardiac Diagnostic Team. Kaden is the son of Rod Henry and Gail Henry of Fairbury and grandson of Donna Rae Henry of Cody, Wyoming.
 
 
NCK Tech Graduates 
NCK Tech confirms certificates and degrees to students during the May 2016 Commencement ceremonies. Graduation exercises were held on the Beloit campus on Friday, May 13.
Fairbury: Marshall Nichelson-Welding, Brooke Rayburn-Business Management.
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Jun

Preschool Learning Center Graduating Class of 2016

Left to Right: Back- Assistant Marissa Baldozier, Keeton Warnke, Eli Keyser, Liam Goeking, Braxton Davis, Paige Garst and Teacher Nancy Wiedergreen. Front- Berlyn Gouin, Chole York and Tatum Goeking. (contributed photo)
 
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Jun

Preschool Learning Center Gets Visit For Summer Safety

Fairbury Police Chief Chad Sprunk recently visited with students at the Preschool Learning Center about summer safety.
Left:
Busy Bees, l to r: Westin Dux, Dream Johnson, Bennet Hackler, Luna Gouin, Makenna Haddan, Layla Brown, Assistant Marissa Baldozier and Bella Lytle. (Back) Officer Sprunk and teacher Nancy Wiedergreen. (contributed photo)
 
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Little Einsteins, l to r: teacher Nancy Wiedergreen, Keeton Warnke, Liam Goeking, Officer Sprunk, Tatum Goeking, Chole York, Braxton Davis, Paige Garst, Berlyn Gouin, Eli Reyser and assistant Marissa Baldozier. (contributed photo)
 
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Jun

Ernest McKeever

 
Ernest McKeever will celebrate his 80th birthday on June 9.  Friends and family are invited to help us celebrate by sending birthday wishes to Box 2, Wymore, NE  68466.
With love from your children,   
John, Sara, Valerie and Lyndon.                 
 
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Jun

MARILYN SHINN

MARILYN SHINN
The family of Marilyn Shinn would like to honor her with a card shower for her 80th birthday. Send cards to 1315 B St., Fairbury, NE 68352.                               
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Jun

Prince

Neal and Joyce Prince
The family of Neal and Joyce Prince would like to honor them for their 60th wedding anniversary with a card shower. Their anniversary will be on June 9, 2016. 
Neal and Joyce met while attending the University of Nebraska. They were married at the Endicott United Methodist Church in 1956. 
They have two children; Cheryll (Mitch) McAtee of Fairbury and Diane Prince of Lincoln, Nebraska. They also have four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 
Anniversary wishes may be sent to 2121 H Street, Fairbury, NE 68352.       
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01
Jun

Meridian Honor Roll

2015-2016 Meridian 
Jr./Sr. High     
    
*    4th  quarter only
**  Both 4th  quarter, 2nd  semester
*** 2nd  semester only
 
HIGH HONOR ROLL –  ALL  A’s
Seniors
**McKehna Bartels
**Ella Gregori (foreign exchange) 
** Cala Krupicka
**Brooke Massa
**Joshua Traynor
Sophomores
**Adeline Beals
**Erin Johnson
**Rylee Pieper
**Jaicee Sobotka
8th Grade
**Breanna Boyce
**Halle Pribyl
***Josiee Sobotka
7th Grade
**Lane Barton
**Kezia Connealy
*Corin Paul
**Mackenzie Rau
HONOR ROLL – 93% - 100%
Seniors
**Silvia Danieli (foreign exchange)
**Jordan Daniels
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Jun

Stay Safe

It was reported over the weekend that roads near Hubbell and Reynolds were flooded and closed due to standing water. Travelers were warned not to attempt to drive through the water, but many did not heed the warnings. (Photo by Fred Arnold/www.fairburyjournalnews.com)

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01
Jun

Park Full Of Fun

The City Park was a busy place all weekend as the annual Fairbury Girls Softball Tournament brought in players, coaches and spectators from towns as far as Omaha, Seward, Arlington and Hastings. Teams set up tents and brought camping gear and grills to enjoy a long afternoon of softball and fun in Fairbury. Locals reported that Crystal Springs, as well as many other local landmarks had visitors all weekend. (Photo by Tim Linscott/www.fairburyjournalnews.com)

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