Happy Valentine’s Day! This week the top stories were on the school board and the “Black Ops” part of the 147th Army National Guard Band.
This week’s Faulk County Record is features a story on Pearl Harbor survivors and on the City of Faulkton’s Christmas lights and impending sewer problem.
Top stories this week are a school project to donate shoes for charity, a story on motivational speaker Jennifer Addis, the upcoming Faulk County Info Show and the B&P efforts to raise money for new Christmas lights for downtown Faulkton.
Here is the front page of our Jan. 25 issue of the Faulk County Record. Our top stories this were about the Orient History book, the B&P’s initial plans for Wild West Days, and Ag Show on Feb. 6, The Arts Show on March 24 & 25 and and Kyle Ortmeier taking a trip to New Orleans as part of his involvement in the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.
Our top stories for this week were on the art studio of Kimberly Herman, her art and her new website at www.portraitartloft.com. Also a report on open local government positions and stories on the FHS 1 act play and Mitchell Tech’s visit to the Faulkton Area Schools.
The Faulk County Record is proud to announce a new way to access the on-line version of our newspaper! The website is currently under construction, but by the beginning of 2012, all persons who wish to access our on-line newspaper will be able to visit FaulkCountyRecord.com and log-in using the links you see at the top right of the site. If you wish to pay for your e-edition on-line, that will also be available. Keep your eyes on this site in the new year!