October 12, 2006
Candidates for the 2006 FHS Fall Homecoming are Shelby Zirfas, Kaylyn Sly, Joey Swenson, and Jim Bradbury. The Fairfax Bulldogs will host the Craig Hornets Friday night, October 13.
Daniel Smith, a 1995 graduate of Fairfax High School, has opened his own law office on Main Street in Rock Port.
The Exchange Bank is holding a contest to guess the weight of pumpkins on display at the bank. The pumpkins were grown by Bill Hayworth, from the Craig/Bigelow area. Cash prizes will be given away after the bank hosts their annual Halloween party.
Crystal (Beck) and Kamron Woodring are the parents of a daughter, Payton Adamae, born October 6 at Community Hospital Association in Fairfax.
Kaylyn Sly and Tyson Miller have been nominated for the prestigious Wendy’s High School Heisman Award.

October 10, 1991
Postmaster Leona Ray presented Albert Evans, rural mail carrier, with a retirement certificate. He started as a substitute rural mail carrier in 1965, then was appointed as the regular carrier of Route 2 out of Fairfax in 1968. Evans and DeWayne Johnson, Route 1 carrier, also received 20-year certificates of appreciation from the postal department.
Danny Sinkhorn, Amy Slaughter, Jarod Graves, and Maranda Beck were chosen for the “Student of the Month” honor.
Jon Graves, a senior at Fairfax High School, will represent Fairfax on KMA’s second annual “student spotlight” recognition program.
The Fairfax United Methodist Church moved into its new building the second Sunday in November, 1926. The church will celebrate the 75th anniversary of that event on November 10, 1991.

October 6, 1966
Kerr’s IGA Market suffered severe smoke and water damage as the result of a fire which was discovered at 7:20 p.m. last Wednesday. Don Kerr said plans were to repair the building and equipment, restock the shelves, and re-open the store in the very near future.
Open house and dedication of the new school addition will be held Thursday at the Fairfax R-III School building.
The Fairfax Bulldogs continued their winning streak by defeating Craig 26-7. This week’s hustle shirts were awarded to seniors Mike Smith and Richard Whitford.
Dale Wake was named president of the Fairfax Kiwanis Club for 1967. Other officers are: Reid Swindler, 1st vice-president; Roy Gater, 2nd vice-president; Mitchell Mulvania, secretary; and Harry Emrick, treasurer.