October 15, 1992
• Reverend Mark Rittermeyer is the new pastor at the Tarkio Assembly of God Church. Mark and his family came from Bucklin, Missouri.
• Tarkio Girl Scout Troops 60 and 61 are in the process of making 1,000 red ribbons to be distributed in the community churches and local school system for people to wear during National Red Ribbon Week October 24-November 1.
• Tarkio Indians’ football team beat the South Harrison Bulldogs 36-20 in Bethany, putting the Indians’ overall record to 5-1. Darin Lee scored 22 of Tarkio’s points, including an outstanding 96-yard kickoff return.
October 12, 1967
• An 85-year old institution with a contemporary look, Tarkio College’s campus includes 20 buildings centered around traditional, ivy-covered Rankin Hall. Fourteen of the buildings have been completed since 1961. The main campus covers 65 acres and with the adjacent property being developed, Tarkio College will extend over 390 acres.
• The Tarkio Chapter of FHA has Halloween candy for sale. The price per box will be $1 and this entitles you to enjoy 23 different varieties of old-fashioned hard candy and over 100 individually wrapped pieces per box.
October 15, 1942
• The Tarkio College Owls treated a cheering homecoming crowd to one of the finest football games seen on the local field in years last Saturday afternoon as their brilliant passing and running attack sent the York College Panthers back to Nebraska reeling from a 39-13 setback.
• Vernon Niemann has leased the Continental Oil Station at the corner of 1st and Main streets from the Continental Oil Company. Lee Steck, who has been lessee for some time will enter army service October 26.
• Kirkendoll’s Food Market has rearranged the store to a semi-self-service and invites customers to take a basket and help themselves. There will still be the same number of clerks and if preferred, they will be glad to take the orders as before. “We are just trying to serve you better in these times when everyone is in a hurry.”