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Culbertson Museum Doors Open May 14

The Culbertson Museum, located east of Culbertson just outside of town along U.S. Highway 2, will be opening their doors to the public Monday, May 14, for the 2018 summer tourist season.

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Culbertson School Music Department Holds Spring Concert, No Greater Power Premiere


High School Band
The Culbertson High School band performing Hosts of Freedom, by Karl L. King and arranged by John P. Paynter, under the direction of Mrs. Jennesey Taberna at their Spring Concert on Tuesday, April 17. King is a well known composer who began writing music as a teenager. He later gained the directorship of the Barnum and Bailey Circus Band in 1918. He then went on to lead the Fort Dodge band for some 51 years, making it one of the finest in the nation. Paynter kept King’s original material for this piece and only added a few instrument parts to cater to the modern band. (Photo by Angela Rose Benson)

 

The Culbertson Public School music department held their annual High School Spring Concert Tuesday, April 17 in the school’s gymnasium. All choir performances were under the direction of Mrs. Lana Hekkel and all band performances were under the direction of Mrs. Jennesy Taberna.

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Deconstruction To Begin On Old Culbertson Road Shop

The Roosevelt County Commissioner revealed that deconstruction of the old Culbertson road shop will begin May 24.

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Froid, Culbertson School Board Election Candidates; Polls Open May 8

The election of the Bainville School Board of Trustees has been cancelled, as there were not enough names filed for the election. John Gilligan and Tyler Traeger will stay in their three-year positions on the board.

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Commissioners Hire Sewer/Water Workers For Brockton

Workers for both the sewer and water systems in the community of Brockton were hired by the Roosevelt County commissioners at their regular meeting, April 24.
Sam Boyd was hired as the groundskeeper/sewer personnel for the community on the recommendation of commissioner Gordon Oelkers. Boyd has been working in this position for the past three years as a employee of the former Town of Brockton.

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