March 4, 1993
• The Tarkio High School Boys’ Basketball Team claimed the District 32 title in a 77-46 win over the Fairfax Bulldogs. Following their District win, the Indians competed against the Albany Warriors in 1A Regional action. The Indians won the game 77-41 and advanced to 1A State Sectionals.
• The Tarkio 5th Grade auctioned off a stained glass window its students made in honor of the 500th anniversary of the famous voyage of Christopher Columbus. Tarkio High School Principal Ed Defenbaugh and his family purchased the window, donating $300 to the class to use toward the beautification of the Tarkio R-I School grounds.
February 29, 1968
• The Tarkio High School Girls’ Basketball Team won the 275 Conference Tournament held in Fairfax. Players included Linda Laur, Janet Irvin, Karen Mehaffey, Patti Amaya, Vicki Herrick, Nancy Stevens, Nita Amaya, Becky Low, Jane Freeman, Peggy Monk, Patricia Hopkins, and Kolette Herrick. Besides the conference championship, the girls’ team also finished their 1967-68 season with a perfect 13-0 record.
• Bruce Rice, a widely-known sportscaster and correspondent. will be the speaker for Tarkio’s 16th annual Athletic Banquet which will be held on March 5. The banquet will honor Tarkio College and High School athletes. A special guest will be Al Reynolds, alumnus of 1960, who has been an offensive guard with the Kansas City Chiefs for the past eight years.
March 5, 1943
• Miss Elsie McNulty was pleasantly surprised last Friday evening when a crowd of more than 50 people including club members, friends and neighbors gathered at her home and reminded her of her birthday. Miss McNulty was also given a handkerchief shower and received many nice handkerchiefs. Refreshments of fruit salad and cookies were served.
• Miss Virginia Irvine, who has been employed at the First National Bank here for more than two years, has accepted a position in the Commerce Trust company in Kansas City.