February 1, 2007
The Fairfax High School Basketball Homecoming Royalty was Michael Graves, king, and Courtney Stout, queen.
OATS, Inc. has developed a program to provide a well-deserved reward for their safe drivers. Donna Golden was recognized for her 28 years of safe driving and Bill Golden was recognized for his 10 years of safe driving.
Atchison County music students participated in County Band Day. The students from Tarkio, Fairfax, and Rock Port played Secret Agent Man, Hogwarts’ Theme, Phantom of the Opera, and The Great Locomotive.
February 6, 1992
The B. P. Hunter Store celebrated its 79th birthday.
Mike Bowling was to be awarded the Boy Scout Eagle Award on February 9 in Smithville, Missouri. Mike is the son of Larry and Glenda Bowling of Smithville and the grandson of Oral and Dorothy Davis of Fairfax.
Randall and Tammy Sly of Fairfax announce the birth of twin daughters born January 31, 1992, at Community Hospital in Fairfax. Kourtney Leigh Sly weighed 5 pounds and 12 ounces and was born at 8:58 a.m. Kelsey Marie Sly weighed 6 pounds and 1 ounce and was born at 8:59 a.m.
The Fairfax Lady Bulldogs defeated Tarkio 58-39. The Bulldogs defeated the Indians 73-55.
February 2, 1967
Fairfax gets “Honorable Mention” in the 1966 National Cleanest Town Achievement Award Contest.
The Bulldogs defeated the Tarkio Indians 79-62 in conference basketball.
County schools have received almost $80,000 in 1966 railroad and utilities tax money designated for incidental and building funds. Fairfax R-III, with 462 students, received $12,575.74 for incidental and $7,271.43 for debt service and building.