June 22, 1945
• Clarence Kirkendoll has sold his Food Market on Main Street and will give possession July 1 to the new owner, Joseph Hansen, of Malvern, Iowa. In temporarily retiring from business, the well-known merchant completes 23 years in the grocery business.
• G.A. Johnson of the Johnson Motor Company announces that he expects to have on display some time this summer a new 1946 model Ford. The exterior front end appearance, interior trim, hardware, and other features are new in design.
• Ray Simpson has sold his 80-acre tract four miles west of Tarkio on Highway 275 to M. M. Allen, Fairfax. Mr. Simpson will hold a sale of his stock and implements at the location of the farm on Thursday, June 28, beginning at 1 o’clock p.m.
June 25, 1970
• Lynn Peterson, Tracee Smith, Betsy Shaum, Pat Gorman, Marcia Jones, Kristie Simpson, and advisor Mrs. Leland Crapson will fly July 1 enroute to France and London for a six-week study tour.
• One man was convicted of the sale of illegal fireworks in magistrate court Tuesday and Sheriff Paul Seymour announced that county law enforcement officers will check all roadside fireworks stands for illegal pyrotechnics.
June 22, 1995
• Louise Scamman won the Sweepstakes Award for winning the most blue ribbons at the Tarkio Community Garden Club’s 35th annual Flower Show Tuesday, June 13, at the Farmers and Valley Bank in Tarkio.
• Over 50 sales took place during Tarkio City-Wide Garage Sales Saturday, June 17.
• Members of Tarkio’s Boy Scout Troop 88 spent last week at Boy Scout Camp at Camp Geiger. Caleb Colflesh, Brian Heits, and Tim Vette, all Scouts from Tarkio, danced with the Mic-O-Say Tribe on Family Night. Jason Egbert of Tarkio was the Fire Builder for the Mic-O-Say Tribe that night as well.