Category: News

The Brownville Fine Arts Association invites art enthusiasts to visit the newest shop in town. Long-time Nebraska potter Bill Robbins has relocated New Earth Clay Pottery to Brownville, Nebraska, from its long-time location in Fairbury, Nebraska. But he is no…

As part of the ongoing 2016 Speakers Series, Brownville Fine Arts Association will present the enactment of “Promise in a New Land” by Cherrie Beam-Callaway on Friday, August 19. The program will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.…
Rotarians learn about NTS

Jeremy Ingraham, adminstrator of Northwest Technical School in Maryville, Missouri, was the guest speaker of the Tarkio Rotary Club on Tuesday, August 9, 2016. He shared the list of class offerings that NTS provides for the 13 high schools that…

Fall is the perfect time to visit Nebraska City, Nebraska. This unique, historic town on the Missouri River may be best known as the Home of Arbor Day, but it is also popular for its bountiful orchards – and has…

“Sombrero,” the newest book by Tarkio writer Deloris Reeves, is now available on Amazon.com as well as at Sharlyn’s Beauty Den in Tarkio, Missouri. “Sombrero, a cowboy from Texas, sets out on a mission that will cover four states and…
Many projects for sorority

Xi Lambda Beta members are showing off their latest project – the purchase of new swings for the Fairfax City Park in time for the annual Fairfax Fair. Pictured above (left to right) are: front – Ann Martin, Vickie Smith,…
Hospital honors nurses for exceptional work

Among the best measures of success for any hospital is its patient satisfaction scores. At SSM Health St. Francis Hospital, patient satisfaction is monitored at a department level as well as an organization overall. To recognize improvement in patient satisfaction…

The Atchison County Farm Bureau held its annual meeting August 4, 2016, at the Velma Houts Fair Building in Rock Port, Missouri. Torrey Pines of Tarkio, Missouri, catered the dinner. There were 48 people who attended. Matt Schlueter, board president,…

Community Hospital-Fairfax offers a Farmer’s Market in the hospital parking lot, approximately 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. every Tuesday of the summer. For more information visit the hospital’s website at www.FairfaxMed.com