Topping the front page this week is 4-H Achievement days along with a report on the school board and FHS FCCLA Student’s successful trip the the FCCLA National convention.
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4-H Achievement days are just around the corner. Other top stories are a report on the City Council, two new fellows for the Dakota Rising program and an update on progress on the Sportsman’s field.
This week in the Faulk County Record we’re featuring stories on the upcoming 4-H Achievement days which will take place on August 13 & 14. Also the Cresbard Corn fest will also take place on August 11. Common Sense Manufacturing has broken ground on a new main production facility they hope to be using by next year. And Cresbard welcomed back their new State American Legion Auxiliary.
It’s a hot one! The local farmers in Faulk County though are happier since last week saw enough rainfall to help out corn and soybeans that have struggled in the heat. In other news the hospital is pioneering new paitient software and there is a feature on World War 2 Veteran through the stories of his widow and grandson.
This week our two front page stories focus on two ladies. Cresbard’s Barb Vetter has become the American Legion President for South Dakota. Melody Boke, record setting track athlete for FHS and NSU has taken her first coaching job at Aberdeen Christian High School.
This is the BIG ONE of the summer! We have photos and stories form Wild West Days and Orient’s 125 Celebration. Here you can see the front page, but you’ll have to subscribe if you want to see more.
Also! Our Friends at Dakotafire Magazine have published their second issue, for Summer of 2012!
Wild West Days was in full swing fer this issue greenhorns. Hey, you lookin’ fer the low down on the Orient 125th, click on the link to see the front page, got the skivvy right there. Yee-Haw!