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Fifty years after entering the military together, nine of the 10 men gathered at Big Red Pub in Lindsay Jan. 16, 2019, for a reunion. Pictured, front row, left to right, are Ed Luetkenhaus, Dick Weeder, Norbert Drueppel, Terry Schaecher and Kent Preister. Back row, Dan Jarecki, Jim Chlopek, Ken Kurtenbach, Dale Gilsdorf and Alvin Korth.

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The Humphrey Public School Board of Education reorganized for 2019 during its Jan. 14 meeting. Members of the board are, front row, left to right, Mike Brandl, Jenny Baumgart, Julie Preister and Ron Zach. Back row, Tim Meyer, Barry Tasa, Alan Huettner and Doug Beller.

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The Humphrey Public School Board of Education reorganized for 2019 during its Jan. 14 meeting. Members of the board are, front row, left to right, Mike Brandl, Jenny Baumgart, Julie Preister and Ron Zach. Back row, Tim Meyer, Barry Tasa, Alan Huettner and Doug Beller.

The Humphrey Public School Board of Education welcomed a new member while saying goodbye to another. The board reorganized for 2019 at its Jan. 14 meeting.

The Humphrey High Schol FFA Chapter competed at District 2 Leadership Skills Events which were held at Lakeview.

Twenty FFA members and six junior high students competed in events.

Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family used a strong second quarter to pull away from Madison to record a 71-43 win in the first round of the East Husker Conference Tournament Jan. 17.

Sports

St. Francis junior Trevor Pfeifer scored his 1,000 career point in the Flyers's 61-57 victory over Burwell in the third place game of the Goldenrod Conference tournament.

The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family girls made quick work of Madison, taking a 71-30 win Jan. 17 in the first round of the east Husker Conference Tournament here.

Central Community College women’s basketball is pleased to announce the signing of Allanah Beller, a senior at Lindsay Holy Family School.

Columns

A field goal kicker missed a kick and people want him dead. Remember, fan is short for fanatic.

Our family conversations, as they often do, drift toward vacations to Disneyland. Either we talk about our last trip or are making plans for our next trip.

“The Beast” chewed up the Babe Ruth autographed baseball, and now three mischievous basset hounds chewed up my Reggie Jackson autographed baseball.

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