The Record this week features stores on Judy Dixon, who is retiring from the Faulk County Library after 35 years. Also profiles on the new teaching staff at FHS and a look at the planning of a local start-up for an after school program.
4-H Achivement days are complete and Cresbard Corn fest is all done, so you think things might slow down a little bit for the rest of the summer. You’d be wrong. It’s still busy. Click here to read the 8-14-13 issue of the Faulk County Record to find out what’s going on.
Updates on the 4-H achievement days, Cresbard Corn Fest as well as stories on the new Quilter’s corner location and a report on Monday’s city council meeting is only some of what you’ll find in this week’s issue of the record.
It’s been cool. Unbelievably cool for July. Record setting 38 degrees cool!
Aside from the strange temperatures we’ve got both 4-H achievement days and the Cresbard Corn Fest coming up. Check out the plans for a large bronze Cecil Harris on the front of the paper.
They call it the dog days of summer, but right now in the Faulk County area it’s more of the busy days of summer and the time of a lot of changes with new and interesting things happening. Cresbard Corn Fest is coming up and there is a big story on the front about an attempt to raise funds for a World War Two Memorial honoring Cecil Harris. Stories about the new blood at the city and school finance offices. Also some more stories about local construction and expansion.