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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for March 25, 2020


March 25, 2020

Whitewater High School's National Honor Society recently inducted five new members of the Whitewater student body. In a candlelight ceremony, current NHS members Rebecca Clark, Nate Hammond, Roger Kitts, Krystal Simonson, Lisa Hochstetler, and Janel Simonson welcomed the newest members to the honor society. New members are Robert McMullen, Wendy Hill, Leslie Nelson, Andy Gertge, and Aimee Hammond. Pictured above, back row from the left: Hochstetler, Kitts, N. Hammond, K. Simonson, Clark, and Janel Simonson. New members pictured are (seated from the left); McMullen, Gertge, Nelson, A. Hammond and Hill. PCN 1995.

100 years ago

March 25, 1920

Judge Hall awarded Sam Winkenweider damages of $500 in a slander suit in district court. Joe King had accused Winkenweider of being pro-German during the war.


Rock samples from the hills south of Bowdoin had been assayed and were reported to run about $360 to the ton in copper ore. Considerable excitement reigned in the county as a result.


Rev. and Mrs. Leonard J. Christler of Havre visited friends in Malta.


Phillips County had been visited by severe wind and dust storms.

75 years ago

March 29, 1945

Dodson Glee Club will present operetta

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