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Articles from the April 7, 2022 edition

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 By Nick Pedley    News    April 7, 2022

Moving on from meat

There's no telling how many animals Bryan Nelson has processed during his 40-plus years at Nelson Locker, he just knows it's a lot. "The cutting is always the same," he said "One time I even...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    April 7, 2022

All for naught

An ongoing effort to change the way members are elected to the Clay Central/Everly school board hit another snag recently. Board members on March 30 rescinded a resolution that changed the...

 
 By Nick Pedley    News    April 7, 2022

Local egg facility hit with bird flu outbreak

A massive commercial egg-laying facility near Harris is sitting vacant for the second time in seven years thanks to an outbreak of bird flu. According to Chloe Carson, communications director at the...

 

04/07/22: Community Calendar

Last Legion fish fry is this Friday The American Legion Family of Arthur W. Kirchhoff Post #288 will host its third and final fish fry on Friday, April 8. See the ad on Page 5 for more details. 2 entrees at Red’s Red’s Catering in downtown...

 

04/07/22: Area Happenings & Accomplishments

Summer rec program needs volunteers The summer baseball and softball program in Hartley is need of coaches and umpires for the summer season. The rec department is also in need of a director. See the ads on Page 3 for more details. Correction An arti...

 

HCF donates to trail effort

The Hartley Rec Trail Committee recently landed a big donation to help jumpstart fundraising efforts. Duane Kolpin and Connie Olhausen presented a check for $1,359 on behalf of the Hartley Community...

 

Gym teachers abound at H-M-S Elementary

Staff and students at H-M-S Elementary had fun during Dress Like a Gym Teacher Day on March 30. Participants dressed like a gym teacher in order to help create awareness for heart health. The...

 

Letters: PBM reform key to competition

To the editor: As a local pharmacist, I have the distinct pleasure to interact with patients from all walks of life. One common factor among all of my patients is their reliance on familiar, nearby, reliable care. Unfortunately, entities known as...

 
 By Iesha Toft    Community    April 7, 2022

Clay Central/Everly Fish Fry a success

Church Street in Royal was filled with vehicles lined up and ready for the Clay Central/Everly Fish Fry Fundraiser last Friday night. The annual event was as successful as ever, with people attending...

 

04/07/22: Crime, Courts, Accidents and Incidents

• Traffic Mohammad Farhad Afzali, Omaha, Neb., Speeding. Brittney R. Adkins, Marrero, La., Speeding; Serious Crime. Regina Ann Van Lenning, Fostoria, Speeding. Kevin Lynn Coffelt, Ardmore, Okla., Speeding. Mark Daniel Stewart, Jr., Aurelia,...

 

From Our Files

• April 10, 1947 The summer recreation program moved one step nearer to completion with the hiring of Harold Church, teacher and coach at the Hartley Public School, as the full time director. The program was to begin June 2 and continue through...

 

Info sought on HHS grads

The All-School Reunion Committee is seeking information on the whereabouts of the following Hartley High School graduates. If you know their location or if they're deceased, please contact Steve Lux...

 

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