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It’s clear to see when one spends any amount of time in Upper Missouri Trading Company with JW “Doc” Carlson, his first love is the art of gunsmithing. His...
By Tim Hofmann Nebraska News Service Since the pandemic started disrupting businesses across Nebraska in mid March, 284 people from Knox County have filed for...
Veda Chase, Sharon Keck, and Mike Chase of the Community Bible Church packed boxes of appreciation to distribute to law enforcement officers in Crofton, Bloomfield and Knox...
Sidebar for e-editions With the new website, there has also come a new E-Edition login, but the same access to the current week as long as all prior weeks of the Crofton...
Throughout the years, Crofton has been blessed with an active American Legion – veterans of World War I, World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam War, Lebanon, Grenada,...
Northeast Community College to require masks
Northeast Community College continues to put plans into place to prepare for the fall semester on August 17. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans have been developed to include appropriate social distancing and classroom safety protocols. To read what the college's president has to say about the changes, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
School sports to proceed
The Nebraska School Activities Association's board of directors voted in favor of holding its football and volleyball seasons as scheduled during a special meeting Monday via conference call. To read when fall sports practices are set to begin statewide, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
Avera Staff answers COVID questions about testing
The Journal asked local providers at Avera some questions about testing for the COVID-19 virus as the state begins to see some more infections as testing itself picks up. Be sure to pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal to read how the Avera providers answered the questions.
Twenty-nine earn CHS diploma
The Crofton Warrior senior class of 2020 was finally able to hold its regular commencement ceremony, giving a proper send-off to the 29 students eligible for graduation this year, but that had been delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. To read all about the outdoor commencement ceremony, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.
District Health Department moves into Phase IV DHM
From the NCDHD
Based on monitoring trends in COVID-19 data, the North Central District Health Department jurisdiction will move to Phase IV of the Governor's Directive Health Measure (DHM) starting August 1, 2020. To read more on this new phase, pick up the latest edition of the Crofton Journal.