This weeks paper features a story on the city’s public sewer meeting with articles on upcoming FHS events and an NSU sociology class doing a study of Faulkton.
This week the Record features a story on the upcoming FHS All School play, the Historical society’s annual meeting featuring Plain Jane Green of Clark, SD; and a story of the Orient 125th activities. Also, inserted into the Faulk County Record this week is the first issue of the new quarterly Dakotafire Magazine, which we will provide a link to the full edition below Inside are several stories featuring the area and articles contributed and authored by staff at the Faulk County Record.
This issue focuses not only on the school board meeting, but has several articles both about and written by FHS students.
Our top stories are the city councils proceedings, addressing spring cleaning issues including the Public Meeting on the fractured city sewer system in dire need of expensive repairs. Reports on the Dakota Rising events in Faulkton last week as well.
This week’s issue focus on music, both secular and religious. Also plans for the Orient 125th Anniversary and the FHS all school reunion.
Top stories this week are the announcement of elections for several county government positions, a semi-formal jazz and vocal music event being hosted at the community center on March 31., and a feature on the upcoming art show this weekend of March. 24 & 25th. Also of note is the Dakota Rising events taking place here in Faulkton from March 28-30th.
Howdy! Our top stories this week are on Sal Roseland of R&R Pheasant Hunting and his trip to China, the upcoming Hat’s Off to the Artists Show and the resignation of two long term teaching staff at the Faulkton Area Schools at the end of this school year.
Our Top stories for the week of March 7 were on city hall and two local Cresbard artists.