November 10, 1944
• Miss Edna B. Sheriff of Norwalk, Iowa, will speak at the morning worship service of the United Presbyterian Church Sunday. Miss Sheriff has served since 1920 as a missionary in Egypt.
• This fall, the Atchison County Farm Bureau will celebrate its silver anniversary; a quarter of a century of service to the farmers of Atchison County. Atchison was one of the early organizers of County Farm Bureau. Down through the years, the nationwide membership has grown until now it represents one million farm families.
November 13, 1969
• For heroism in combat in Vietnam, Army Specialist Five Charles E. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Jones, Jr., of Tarkio, received the Silver Star and the Bronze Star Medal in ceremonies at Munster, Indiana, October 7. The Silver Star was awarded to Jones for action last February while serving as a medical aidman with a cavalry troop of the 25th Infantry Division that was in battle with a strong enemy force. Moving to aid his wounded comrades, he was struck by rocket fragments while administering first aid. Despite his wounds, which prevented him from moving, he was able to show untrained helpers how to save several men. The 21-year-old medic earned the Bronze Star Medal last January 17 when his troop came under heavy fire from the Viet Cong. He directed medical helicopters into the area, treated the wounded, and was responsible for saving several lives.
• “Hello Dolly,” which opened last Wednesday with enormous acclaim, will be performed tonight at the Mule Barn Theatre for the last time. The premiere production of the Tarkio College season has played to capacity crowds each night and the heavy demand for tickets caused two additional performances this week.
• The annual “Barnwarming” dance sponsored by the Tarkio FFA and FHA was held Tuesday at the high school gym. Queen of the evening’s activities was Doris Ann Dragoo, while king was Stan Freeman. Both are seniors.
November 10, 1994
• The Tarkio High School Football Team claimed the Grand River Conference football title and the District #16 title and take their 9-0 record into State Sectional play Wednesday, November 9, versus North Platte.
• Tarkio High School teachers Dave Palmeiro (Spanish teacher), Doris Ann Schmidt (English teacher), and Dean Hicks (agriculture teacher) were presented Outstanding High School Teacher Awards by the University of Missouri’s College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources. Josh Egbert, Nathan Nelson, and Melissa Rolf, all former Tarkio High School students and freshmen at MU, nominated the teachers.
• The Executive Board of the Continental Amateur Baseball Association (C.A.B.A.) recently named Don White as the Person of the Year for the 11 and Under World Series. Don lives in Tarkio, the site of the 11 & Under World Series tournament. The Tarkio Chamber of Commerce also received a Tournament of Excellence award.