April 22, 1993
• Pelican Pursuit poster contest winners at Tarkio Elementary included: Brad Heits, 4th grade, grand prize; Laurie Whittington, 3rd grade, 1st place; Jessica Rolf, kindergarten, 2nd place, Lindsay Jones, 3rd grade, 3rd place; Casey McIntosh, 1st grade, honorable mention; Andrew Dowis, 2nd grade, honorable mention.
• The Tarkio Avalanche bowling team took 1st place in its league at Blue Jay Bowl in Rock Port, Missouri, winning 79 games this season. Team members include Loren Ebert, Paul Ohrt, Duane Broermann, John Henry Ohrt, Frank Staashelm, and Charles Hurst.
April 18, 1968
• The Tarkio College Concert Choir flew from New York City via BOAC Monday, landed in Edinburgh Tuesday and sang its first concert of the three-week tour of the British Isles at South Shawlands Church, Glasgow, Scotland, Wednesday Night. The choir will sing in the Paisley High Church, Renfrewshire, near Glasgow, tonight, and will then sing its way to London.
• A former Tarkio girl, Mrs. Peggy Leap, is contributing her services near Athens, Greece, as a registered nurse with part-time volunteer sickbay duty under the Red Cross Volunteer Program. She is the only part-time volunteer there who is an RN. Her duties in sickbay will terminate with the coming of August as she will then return with her husband, ETN3 Phillip Leap, to the USA when he is discharged from the U.S. Navy.
April 23, 1943
• Robert McMullen, a 1933 Tarkio College graduate, has accepted a position as assistant meteorologist with the transpacific division of Pan American Airways. He will assume his duties May 1 at Treasure Island in San Francisco, California.
• Due to the fact that none of the Westboro town board elected April 6 was willing to qualify for office, another town election was held Tuesday, April 20, with the following results: M.A. Mumford was elected police judge for the coming year; and board members elected were Ralph King, Dr. T.F. Fay, Claud Long, Orley Teague, and Perl Colwell.