May 18, 1945
• At a special senior chapel on last Thursday at the college, the president of the class, Mrs. Nancy Smith Mehaffey, presided. The seniors presented their gift of the college, consisting of two fine pictures, one a reproduction by Robert Hamilton of “Spring in the Berkshires” and the other “The Templed Hills,” a reproduction by Moore Smith.
• Mrs. Myra B. Low has purchased the larger of the two Main Street residences belonging to C.L. Flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Flowers, who have been occupying the house, will move to their smaller house next door.
May 21, 1970
• A sky-diving exhibition by the Omaha Sky Divers Club will highlight the annual Flight Breakfast at the Gould Peterson Memorial Airport. The jumpers, who pack their own chutes after each jump, will be using smoke bombs and will make 12 jumps.
• Roger Riley, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Riley of Tarkio, scored highly with the crowd at the Tri-State Pool Association in the Starline Ballroom in Carrol, Iowa, May 17. As the youngest pool player to have taken part in any of the tournaments held in the area preliminary to the finals, he gave an exhibition, playing pool and winning from Dennis Meeham, 45-year-old Midget radio announcer of the Red Oak, Iowa, radio station.
May 18, 1995
• John Wilcox, Tarkio Elementary Principal, and Virginia Burke, Tarkio R-I teacher, were honored at a retirement tea Sunday, May 14, at Tarkio Elementary.
• Brian Vette and Amy Petry were named Outstanding Senior Athletes for Tarkio High School at the athletic banquet Wednesday, May 10.
• Jodi Nuckolls and Trevor Houghton were named Mr. and Miss THS at the awards assembly Friday, May 12.
• The Tarkio Booster Club presented Tarkio Football Coach Dave Palmeiro with the game ball from his 200th career coaching win and a stand for the date and score of the game.