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Big Red Academy Baseball Camp

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Fairbury Ice Post Four June Wins In Lincoln League

Over a two-week span in the first half of June, the Fairbury Ice 16-and-under girls fastpitch softball team ran off four straight wins.

In a pair of Lincoln League contests, the Ice were victorious twice on June 9 against the Lincoln Rockets, 4-0 and Lincoln Chaos, 4-1.

As the home team against the Rockets, the Ice scored single runs in the second and fourth innings, along with two runs in the third inning.

Anna Mach pitched a five inning no-hitter against the Rockets, while striking out 12 batters.

Collecting hits for the Ice were Bailey Likens, triple, two RBIs, Moriah Schroeder, single, and Taylor Miller singled.

Taking advantage of 11 bases on balls, the Ice scored often in their three inning win over the Chaos.

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Fairbury Juniors Get In Win Column

After going winless in their first 10 games, the Fairbury Juniors baseball team got on the winning side for the first time with a pair of weekend wins against Wilber and Tri County.

On June 19th, the Fairbury Juniors raced out to a 5-0 lead after four innings enroute to an 8-3 road win over Tri County played at Cody Park.

Picking up base hits for Fairbury (2-10) were Dalton Hinrichs, two singles, Nathan Klaumann, single, Dalton Griffin, single, Sebastian Lawrence, single, Bryce Barnts, two singles, and Austin Schwisow singled.

Dalton Hinrichs earned the pitching win on the mound, as he pitched six innings striking out 11 batters, while walking two hitters.

"The team started off great at the plate carrying over from Friday's win. our hitters worked hard at the plate," Fairbury Juniors coach Steve Zimmerman said.

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Fairbury Boys Basketball Camp

JEFFS BASKETBALL CAMP--The Fairbury Jeffs basketball camp was held June 13-17 at the Fairbury Jr.-Sr. High School gymnasium. Competitors in the Grades 9-12 camp were seated Picture on Left:(l-r), Brett Wanamaker, Spencer Feldkamp, Kyle Bauer, Bryce Barnts, Nate Klaumann, Chris Fisher, and Bryce Schouboe. Kneeling (l-r), Zach Edson, Clay Medina, Tanner Smith, Kouper Griffin, Dalton Hinrichs, Austin Schwisow, and Grayson Vaughn. Standing (l-r), Cody Welsch, Tanner Specht, Kitrik Ahl, Caleb Amundson, Trent Simpson, Chad Medina, and Dalton Griffin. Not pictured: Taylor Merchant, Jace Harris, and Connor Livingston. (Journal-News photo by Jim Phelps)

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The Fairbury Journal News'- Athletes Of The Year

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The Fairbury Journal News'- Athletes Of The Year

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CMH Celebrates Grand Opening

Marysville, KS---More than 500 community members turned out to see their new destination for health

and wellness at Community Memorial Healthcare's (CMH) new hospital ribbon cutting and open house June 26th.

. Local and state officials joined Marshall County residents to celebrate completion of the brand new $17.3 million state-of-the-art facility.

Held on the grounds of the new hospital under a large tent, the ceremony began with a welcome by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Curtis Hawkinson. Boy Scout Troop 180 of Marysville presented the colors and raised the U.S. and state flags as vocalist Molly Cashier sang the National Anthem. Sister

Eulalia Kloeker of St. Gregory's Catholic Church followed with a blessing.

Program speakers from U.S. Senator Jerry Moran's office, USDA Rural Development, Kansas

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Commissioner Meeting Notes-6/28/11

*There was no commercial property protests for this afternoon's Board of Equalization. However, County Assessor, Vicki Haskell, is currently working with Co-op to assure that Jefferson County assessment concurs with all other counties that Co-op is located.

*Jefferson County Highway Superintendent, Bill Hansel, reports that the Plymouth South road construction will probably not be complete in time for harvest.

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Reinke Holds Groundbreaking For New Facility

ReinCoat®, LLC, a division of Reinke® Manufacturing, Inc., recently held a groundbreaking ceremony in celebration of its new upcoming $10 million, 35,000 sq ft galvanizing facility. Reinke President Chris Roth welcomed many members of the Reinke family and special guests that included Thayer County Commissioners Dave Bruning, Chris Frye and Dean Krueger to the ceremony held at Reinke headquarters in Deshler, Neb. Governor Dave Heineman was set to attend the groundbreaking, but due to inclement weather was unable to land at the Hebron Airport.

"We had a successful event and are excited to get going on the construction of the new facility this summer," said Reinke President Chris Roth. "We are looking forward to expanding Reinke's scope of capabilities with this new addition while adding employment opportunities for area job seekers."

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How To Honor America This Fourth Of July

In recent years, many cities and towns across the nation have made the tough choice to scale back or cancel longstanding Fourth of July traditions, due to stretched budgets. However, when faced with challenges impacting an entire community, Americans have shown time and again a passion for supporting their towns -- and at the same time, honoring the country.

With July 4th fast approaching, Americans again have the opportunity to show their community spirit. Whether it's bringing back patriotic parades, volunteering at schools and places of worship, or honoring the brave men and women who protect us, there are many easy ways to help your town.

Here are some ideas on how you can honor America in your community this July 4th:

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