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06/23/2016 - 10:21am
The All Veterans Memorial committee is excited about the upcoming fundraising events and receiving several grants and donations. Another date to remember is the dance and auction/silent auction on July 9 beginning with a meal from 5 to 7 p.m., dance beginning shortly after with the bands Sundance and Wichita, which have donated their time. Anyone who has an article to be donated to the auction is...
06/23/2016 - 10:09am
The Dumont American Legion and Auxiliary presented World War II Army Veteran Lowell Hudson with a special quilt. Lowell, 91, is a member of the Dumont American Legion Post 360. He was in the army and served as a combat infantry replacement in Italy. Each unit in Butler County presented a quilt to a Veteran as a show of appreciation. The quilt is...
06/17/2016 - 12:48pm
ALLISON — The 2016 Butler County Fair opens Tuesday, as local youth show off their 4-H exhibits and a variety of entertainment comes to the county for a six-day run. Back this year are popular events such as the NAPA Night of Destruction (Wednesday), Chuckwagon Racing (Saturday) and Barnyard Battles (Sunday) as well as entertainment from...
06/17/2016 - 12:47pm
Today’s seniors are the children of yesteryear, and last week they sifted through memories at their former grade school. Area seniors Harold Sidmore, Dale Stock, and Eva (Etzen) Arends, all of Dumont, were among visitors who attended an informal schoolhouse reunion of Pittsford No. 3, on Thursday, June 9. When it was a school, Pittsford No....
06/17/2016 - 11:41am
A few hundred people attended the Glenn Miller Orchestra concert on Sunday, June 12 at Wilder Park.
06/17/2016 - 11:39am
Thirty Clarksville youth participated in the sixth annual Fishing Clinic sponsored by the Clarksville Lions Club on Saturday, June 4. Many caught a fish and all but fi ve received two prizes in a drawing. Shown doing the drawing for prizes are Lions Bob and Joyce Fenneman. The prizes consisted of fi shing poles, tackle, fishing lures, pop, tool...
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