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February 20, 2019

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Whitewater victorious in District 3-C Tournament ... the victorious Whitewater Penguins-District 3-C tournament and conference champions. It's on to Sidney for the Whitewater team where they will participate in the Eastern Class C Divisional Tournament. In the back row, from the left, Clyde Knudsen, assistant coach, Bill Schwarz, John Moore, Lynn Simonson, Alan Wasson, Bob Dunbar, Terry Tennant, Wesley Stearns, Richard Dunbar, Coach Karl Knudsen, and Rick Hoover. Kneeling in front, Cathy Studdard, Dixie Dunbar, Janet DeMontigny, and Tina Pehlke, cheerleaders, and Perry Dolphay, Rick Kinshella, and Gary Anderson. 1969.

100 years ago

February 23, 1919

In spite of the fact that the temperature was 25 below zero and there was a severe storm, some 300 Phillips County farmers attended the Farmer's Institute held in Malta


Judge John Hurley had called a jury team of district court. On the calendar were several bootlegging cases, two murder cases, and a grand larceny case.


Mrs. Charles Seaford of Landusky died at a local hospital. She was survived by her husband and five small children.


Dick Alldrin was named deputy treasurer by treasure-elect R. L. Campbell, who was to take over hi...

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