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Nominations for the Community Service of the Year Award

 Looking for nominations for the Community Service of the Year Award given at the Annual Banquet. On Feb. 6 at the Elks Lodge.   To receive an application form, call the Chamber office at 729-3000 or print one off our website @ www.FairburyChamber.org or stop in at 518 E Street. 

Date: 
Monday, December 1, 2014 - 8:00am
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12
Nov

Mission Festival

Mission Festival  is November 16, 2014 10:00 a.m. with potluck following. Churches of St. John Lutheran, Daykin and St. Paul’s Lutheran Gilead will come together at St. John, Daykin, for morning worship  to support  Lutheran Disaster Response. The speaker will be Mr. Steve Peterson representing Lutheran Disaster Response.

Date: 
Sunday, November 16, 2014 - 10:00am
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12
Nov

Fairbury Matmen

Fairbury Matmen informational parent‘s meeting for 2015 season. Will be November 19th, 7pm at High School Commons. Any questions contact Cindy at 402-300-0769.  

Date: 
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 - 7:00am
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12
Nov

Farmer and ranchers

Farmer and ranchers are invited to attend a FREE clinic on Friday, Nov. 14th in Fairbury. To sign up for a clinic or for more information, call Michelle at the Nebraska Farm Hotline: 1-800-464-0258.

Date: 
Friday, November 14, 2014 - 8:30am
Wed
12
Nov

JCHC Caring Kind


Collins Named JCHC Caring Kind--JCHC CEO Chad Jurgens, left, presents the Caring Kind 2014 certificate to Linda Collins, RN, at Jefferson Community Health Center in Fairbury. The program recognizes those exemplify caring, compassion, teamwork and service excellence in their job responsibilities. Contributed Photo
Wed
12
Nov

School Lunch Menus Nov. 13-19

Fairbury Jefferson and Central Elementary Schools
Thursday, Nov. 13: CHILI, CRACKERS, HMD CINNAMON ROLLS; Chicken salad on deli bun and fresh veggies.
Friday, Nov. 14: CHICKEN STRIPS W/HMD  BREAD; Turkey sandwich and broccoli & cheese.
Monday, Nov. 17: ITALIAN PASTA BAKE W/ BREADSTICK; Tuna salad on deli bun and green beans.
Tuesday, Nov. 18: OVEN ROASTED CHICKEN  W/HMD BREAD; PBJ sandwich and mashed potatoes and gravy.
Wednesday, Nov. 19: CENTRAL – PEPPERONI  PH PIZZA, JEFFERSON- CHICKEN FAJIA STIR FRY W/HMD BREAD, RICE; and fresh veggies.
High School
Thursday, Nov. 13: CHILI, CRACKERS, HMD CINNAMON ROLLS; Hamburger on bun and fresh veggies.
Friday, Nov. 14: CHICKEN STRIPS; Jeff rib on bun and broccoli & cheese.
Monday, Nov. 17: ITALIAN PASTA BAKE W/ BREADSTICK; Roast chicken on bun and green beans.
Wed
12
Nov

JCHC Earns Governor’s Wellness Award

Jefferson Community Health Center was one of 50 organizations to receive the Governor’s Wellness Award. Recipients were honored at luncheons in Gering, Kearney and Lincoln. JCHC was honored at the luncheon held Oct. 7 during the Nebraska Safety, Wellness and Environmental Conference.
 JCHC received the Grower level of the award, which recognizes JCHC for having a “mature program experiencing health behavior changes,” according to emcee Rod Fowler. JCHC received the Sower level of the award three years ago.
Wed
12
Nov

Fairbury high school PRESENTS “Cinderella”


Emily Hill as Cinderella and Paul Mach as the Prince, Contributed Photo
Wed
12
Nov

Veteran’s Day Celebration


VETERANS HONORED area servicemen were recognized and honored for their service to their country Monday evening at a Veterans Day Ceremony held at the Fairbury VFW building. Numerous servicemen were honored from each branch of the military. Standing and being honored were Mitch Zabokrtsky of Fairbury and Terry Grammer of Fairbury. Many more photos online at: www.fairburyjournalnews.com. Photo by Jim Phelps/Fairbury Journal-News
Wed
12
Nov

Short-Term Cold, Long-Term Uncertainty

This cold snap won't last long, climatologists say, and it's no indication of the winter that lays ahead. 
The colder than normal temperatures are expected to be replaced by warmer than normal temperatures by the end of next week. Climatolgists' predictions for the rest of the winter are far less reassuring. 
Nebraska state climatologist Al Dutcher said the unseasonably cold weather is courtesy of a glorified upper air trough and fueled by the hurricane that hit Alaska last week.
“With this system, we are seeing a shift in the jet stream that will produce a ridge in the west,” Knapp said. “This will allow cold air to plunge into the Central Plains and to our east. Highs are expected to be in the upper 30s and low 40s with lows in the teens.”
She said the coldest high temperature for Fairbury on Nov. 11 was 26 degrees in 1920. The record low is 2 degrees, which was set in 1986. 

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