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What's For Lunch?

Fairbury Jefferson and Central Elementary Schools

Thursday, March 29: Mrs. Dux's Class: macho nachos, diced tomatoes, refried beans. Chicken wrap pack. Yogurt pack.

Friday, March 30: Toasted cheese sandwich, tomato soup. PBJ sandwich pack. Yogurt pack.

Monday, April 2: Chicken nuggets, baked beans or chef salad. Ham sandwich pack. Yogurt pack.

Tuesday, April 3: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans or chef salad. Tuna sandwich pack. Yogurt pack.

Wednesday, April 4: Mrs. Wanamaker's class: hamburger on bun or chef salad. Jefferson: Pizza Hut Pork pizza, corn/cole slaw. PBJ sandwich pack. Yogurt pack.

Meals served with fruit/ vegetable/bread bar and milk.

High School

Thursday, March 29: Macho nachos, diced tomatoes, refried beans.

Tue
27
Mar
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Diller-Odell Track Teams Open Season Competing In Pioneer Conference Indoor

Squaring off against all 11 conference schools, the Diller-Odell track teams came away placing in six events at last Thursday's Pioneer Conference Indoor track and field meet held at Doane College's Fuhrer Field House in Crete.

The Griffins placed in two events to account for their five team points and their 10th place finish out of 11 teams.

In the final team standings for the boys, Freeman won the team title, scoring 72.50 points with Pawnee City runner-up, amassing 65 points.

The Griffins' 1600-meter relay team of Ethen Hroch, Kyle Stohs, Ely Hroch, and Derrick Meyer tied for fourth with Sterling each posting times of 3:59.4.

Diller-Odell's 3200-meter relay foursome of Kyle Stohs, Stetson Meyer, Shane Meyer, and Andrew Henrichs placed fifth in a time of 9:39.3.

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27
Mar
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Fairbury Tracksters Go Up Against Tough Competition In Own Invitational

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

Hosting its own invite on Saturday, both Fairbury track and field teams got a taste of competing against stellar competition the likes of Aurora, Beatrice, Crete, Fillmore Central, Seward, and York.

In the final team standings, both Fairbury squads finished last in their respective divisions.

Placing in six events accounted for the Lady Jeffs' 28 points.

Fillmore Central won the team title for the girls, scoring 118 points, while Seward was second with 98 points.

The Lady Jeffs came away with one gold medal, as sophomore Paige Husa won the discus with a throw of 112'3".

Junior Krista Hintz was a double individual medalist placing third in both the 100 and 200-meter dashes with times of 13.55 and 28.39.

Tue
27
Mar
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Fairbury Tracksters Go Up Against Tough Competition In Own Invitational

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

Hosting its own invite on Saturday, both Fairbury track and field teams got a taste of competing against stellar competition the likes of Aurora, Beatrice, Crete, Fillmore Central, Seward, and York.

In the final team standings, both Fairbury squads finished last in their respective divisions.

Placing in six events accounted for the Lady Jeffs' 28 points.

Fillmore Central won the team title for the girls, scoring 118 points, while Seward was second with 98 points.

The Lady Jeffs came away with one gold medal, as sophomore Paige Husa won the discus with a throw of 112'3".

Junior Krista Hintz was a double individual medalist placing third in both the 100 and 200-meter dashes with times of 13.55 and 28.39.

Tue
27
Mar
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Athletes Named All-State Honorable Mention In Basketball

Fifteen area cagers were named All-State Honorable Mention for their play on the court this season by both the Lincoln Journal Star and the Omaha World-Herald.

Receiving All-State Honorable Mention honors by the Lincoln Journal Star for girls were Class C-1 Paige Husa, Fairbury, Class C-2 Sydney Holtmeier and Maci Hicks, both of Tri County, Class D-1 Sarah Schmidt, Diller-Odell, and Class D-2 Ashley Hansel of Meridian.

Boys that received All-State Honorable Mention by the Lincoln Journal Star were Class C-1 Trent Simpson and Chad Medina, both of Fairbury, Class C-2 Samuel Hahn, Kyle Riesen, and Garrett Kowalski, all of Tri County, and Class D-1 Kolin Scheele of Diller-Odell.

Tue
27
Mar
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Simpson Signs With Doane

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27
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Trojans Second, Lady Trojans Fifth At Sutton Relays

Tri County's Trojan relays combined to score in all 15 events enroute to a second place finish last Thursday at the Sutton Relays.

The Trojans tallied 111 points to finish one point behind team champion Hastings St. Cecilia in the nine-team field.

Tue
27
Mar
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Mother Nature Cuts Short Rounds At Beatrice Invitational

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

A senior Fairbury golf squad had to deal with contrasting weather conditions and tough competition at last Thursday's Beatrice Invitational played on the Beatrice Country Club golf course.

Morning fog delayed the start of the invite, and lightning and rain brought an end to Class B Division play with four holes remaining to be played in the 18-hole invite.

As a result of the lightning and rain bringing an end to play scores reverted back to the nine-hole scores posted by the golfers at the turn.

In the final Class B Division team standings, Norris edged Beatrice by one stroke, 161-162 to win the 12-team invite.

Fairbury finished in fifth place with a score of 187.

No Fairbury golfers earned medals on the day.

Tue
27
Mar
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Mother Nature Cuts Short Rounds At Beatrice Invitational

By Jim Phelps

Journal-News

Sports Editor

A senior Fairbury golf squad had to deal with contrasting weather conditions and tough competition at last Thursday's Beatrice Invitational played on the Beatrice Country Club golf course.

Morning fog delayed the start of the invite, and lightning and rain brought an end to Class B Division play with four holes remaining to be played in the 18-hole invite.

As a result of the lightning and rain bringing an end to play scores reverted back to the nine-hole scores posted by the golfers at the turn.

In the final Class B Division team standings, Norris edged Beatrice by one stroke, 161-162 to win the 12-team invite.

Fairbury finished in fifth place with a score of 187.

No Fairbury golfers earned medals on the day.

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27
Mar
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Grace Buchli

Grace P. Buchli,98, of Fairbury, Neb. died March 25, 2012.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 31, at 9:30 a.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Fairbury. Burial will be in the Fairbury Cemetery. The family will greet friends on Friday, March 30, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Gerdes-Meyer Funeral Home in Fairbury. Gerdes-Meyer Funeral Home, Fairbury, service.

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