Fairfax R-3 Elementary School joined in on the Plunge for Landon. The kindergarten and first grade classes also created a banner to show their support. In just two weeks, plungers have splashed for Landon in all 50 U.S. states and in 26 countries. The Facebook page Plunge for Landon had grown to nearly 43,000 members as of April 15. Landon, son of Brandon and Alyssa Shaw, was scheduled to undergo a 72-hour chemo treatment this week.
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Fairfax Mayor Alva Stoner announced the couples as they arrived at the school.
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The Fairfax Junior-Senior Prom was held Saturday, April 12. Prom had a fifties theme, “Once In A Blue Moon,” and was held at the River Inn Resort in Brownville, Nebraska. Spencer Gibson and Bridgett Stoner were crowned king and queen. + continue reading

Pictured (left to right) are: Sheriff Dennis Martin, Monica Bailey, Harvey Mills, Senator Brad Lager, Kyra Mills, Janet Griffin, Carol Clark, Ginny Vernon, Rep. Mike Thomson, and Commissioner Richard Burke. Not pictured are Phyllis Martin and Jack Bailey.
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Senator Brad Lager entertained the Great Northwest delegation for the eighth and final time as the 12th District State Senator. Delegates from throughout Northwest Missouri and the counties that comprise the 12th Senate District visited with Senator Lager throughout Monday afternoon and later in... + continue reading

Trevor Brown putts the ball April 10 at Tarkio.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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After the first two matches of the season were cancelled, the CFX golfers were finally able to get on the course Tuesday, April 8. CFX won the match with a score of 200. Southwest Iowa scored 208, and Tarkio had 258. Grant Hopkins was medalist, shooting a 40. Other CFX scores were: Spencer... + continue reading

Jase Barnes pitches in the game against Maryville. (Photo by Traci Martin)
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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The East Atchison Wolves’ Baseball Team traveled to Maryville, Missouri, to compete on Monday, April 7, 2014. The Wolves competed against the Maryville Freshmen in one full game and one game that went three innings. The first game, the Wolves lost 7 to 8. Individual Wolves’ stats follow:... + continue reading

Tacy Mitchell takes the baton from Leslie Bradley in the 4x200 meter relay. (Photo by Mound City News)
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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The CFX junior high track teams travelled to Mound City, Missouri, for their first track meet of the season. The Junior High Quad was held April 7. The CFX girls placed fourth in the meet, and the boys took second place. GIRLS– Team scores and placings were: 1 - Rock Port Blue Jays, 84.5... + continue reading

Customers at Luigi’s try to solve the murder of Nero Sharpe (Garrett Ball). Pictured (left to right) are: Trevor Brown (Egbert Slocum), Jase Barnes (Peter Paul Renoir), Crystal Yocum (Flora Sharpe), Brooklynn Morris (Jewel Murdoch), Keifer Nemyer (Luigi), Dakota Allen (Phillip North), Katie Beck (Arlene D’Amore), and Miles Murry (Basil Baker).
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The Fairfax R-3 stage was transformed to Luigi’s Italian Restaurant as the Fairfax R-3 Drama Department presented a murder mystery comedy, “Who Poisoned His Meatball?” The dinner theatre production was held Friday, April 4, and Saturday, April 5. The FHS Class of 2017 served the meal. The... + continue reading

Linda Creed, Sandy Fisher, Mary Anne Pennel and Pat Fisher (pictured left to right) worked at the polls in Fairfax on Election Day. They were set up in the new city hall.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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NORTHWEST MISSOURI INDUSTRIES - Held an open house on Saturday, April 12, 2014. There are many gorgeous flowers and plants available at the greenhouse. Call 660-744-2758 or stop by today! (Photo By Mike Farmer)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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JACKSON HOGUE - Opens one of the eggs he found during the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. It was a beautiful day for the children to go on the hunt and many Tarkio Rehab residents and local citizens were able to watch the festivities! (Photo By Megan McAdams)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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JACKSON HOGUE - Opens one of the eggs he found during the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. It was a beautiful day for the children to go on the hunt and many Tarkio Rehab residents and local citizens were able to watch the festivities! (Photo By Megan McAdams)
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CHIPPING FROM THE SANDPIT - In the Tarkio boys’ golf tri-meet on April 8 at the Tarkio Golf Course. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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The Tarkio High School Boys’ Golf Team hosted Craig-Fairfax and Southwest Iowa golfers on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at the Tarkio Golf Course. This was the first match at home for the Indian team. Tarkio came in 3rd with a team score of 258 behind CFX with 200 and Southwest Iowa with 208. Grant... + continue reading
2014 Tarkio Citizen of the Year
BILL FOX, LEFT - Was named the 2014 Tarkio Citizen of the Year. He was honored at the Tarkio Community Awards’ Banquet on Monday, April 7, 2014, at the Tarkio Community Building. Presenting Mr. Fox with his award were Elsie Fae Rhoades, middle, and Kelly Rohlfsen, right, who are 2013 and 2012 Tarkio Citizens of the Year. (Photo By Mike Farmer)
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Each year, there are many Tarkio residents who take the betterment of the community into their own hands and work diligently to take care of the town they live in, work in, and support. And, each year, everyone votes on which one of these citizens went above and beyond and should be recognized by... + continue reading

RAY YOUNG, JR., RIGHT - With the Adair, IA, Fire Department drove 110 miles to personally deliver donations for Landon Shaw to the Plunge for Landon donation drop-off center, the Flower Mill in Tarkio, on Friday, April 11, 2014. Betsy Chapin, left, accepted the money on Landon's behalf. Monetary donations totalling $350 were collected from the Adair fire department and the police department members who plunged and a fire truck toy was also purchased for Landon. Thousands have taken plunges for Landon around the world and a huge number of fire and police departments, as well as emergency medical personnel, are among the plungers. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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All it took was one challenge, one person who start­ed a ripple effect - take a coldwater plunge and money would be donated to a little baby with cancer (Landon Shaw). The challenges were accepted. They plunged and then challenged others to do the same, agreeing to donate money to Landon if their... + continue reading

Several athletes from the Northwest Missouri State University volleyball team visited Fairfax R-3 School Monday to help motivate the students to be “Champion Testers.” The ladies also signed autographs.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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State Representative Mike Thomson, center, presented a plaque and flag to Samson Bien-Aimé, right, in recognition of Samson’s recent citizenship. Also pictured are Samson’s wife, Marci Hausman, and daughter, C’eline.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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The Schooler cousins hold a reunion every month in Fairfax. The most recent gathering was a lunch, held Saturday, April 12, at the 1-Stop Convenience Store in Fairfax. The family honored a new cousin, who also has just became a citizen of the United States. Samson Bien-Aimé is married to Marci... + continue reading

Vickie Simmons, left, and Suzanne Fentiman, right, have been chosen Associate Educator of The Year and Educator of The Year.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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Mrs. Suzanne Fentiman was chosen Educator of The Year by the staff of Fairfax R-3 School. She was then chosen as 2014 MSTA (Missouri State Teachers Association) Northwest Region Educator of The Year. She will be attending the awards reception in Chillicothe later this month. Suzanne has taught... + continue reading
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Last weekend featured truly typical Midwest weather. Saturday’s 80 degrees coaxed flowers to bloom, followed by a thunderstorm which brought hail. Sunday’s rain turned to snow, which lightly blanketed the ground Monday morning. + continue reading

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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All it took was one challenge, one person who started a ripple effect - take a coldwater plunge and money would be donated to a little baby with cancer (Landon Shaw). The challenges were accepted. They plunged and then challenged others to do the same, agreeing to donate money to Landon if their... + continue reading

Pictured in Jefferson City are from (L-R): Sheriff Dennis Martin, Monica Bailey, Harvey Mills, Sen. Brad Lager, Kyra Mills, Janet Griffin, Carol Clark, Ginny Vernon, Rep. Mike Thomson, Commissioner Richard Burke. Not pictured: Phyllis Martin and Jack Bailey.
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With the cooperation that makes the northwest corner of Missouri so successful, Great Northwest Day at the Capitol 2014 drew more than 200 area constituents together to showcase their region in Jefferson City on April 7 and 8. Seventeen counties, multiple communities and representatives from... + continue reading

Fairfax R-3 Elementary School joined in on the Plunge for Landon. The kindergarten and first grade classes also created a banner to show their support. In just two weeks, plungers have splashed for Landon in all 50 U.S. states and in 26 countries. The Facebook page Plunge for Landon had grown to nearly 43,000 members as of April 15. Landon, son of Brandon and Alyssa Shaw, was scheduled to undergo a 72-hour chemo treatment this week.

Fairfax Mayor Alva Stoner announced the couples as they arrived at the school.

Pictured (left to right) are: Sheriff Dennis Martin, Monica Bailey, Harvey Mills, Senator Brad Lager, Kyra Mills, Janet Griffin, Carol Clark, Ginny Vernon, Rep. Mike Thomson, and Commissioner Richard Burke. Not pictured are Phyllis Martin and Jack Bailey.

Trevor Brown putts the ball April 10 at Tarkio.

Jase Barnes pitches in the game against Maryville. (Photo by Traci Martin)

Tacy Mitchell takes the baton from Leslie Bradley in the 4x200 meter relay. (Photo by Mound City News)

Customers at Luigi’s try to solve the murder of Nero Sharpe (Garrett Ball). Pictured (left to right) are: Trevor Brown (Egbert Slocum), Jase Barnes (Peter Paul Renoir), Crystal Yocum (Flora Sharpe), Brooklynn Morris (Jewel Murdoch), Keifer Nemyer (Luigi), Dakota Allen (Phillip North), Katie Beck (Arlene D’Amore), and Miles Murry (Basil Baker).

Linda Creed, Sandy Fisher, Mary Anne Pennel and Pat Fisher (pictured left to right) worked at the polls in Fairfax on Election Day. They were set up in the new city hall.

NORTHWEST MISSOURI INDUSTRIES - Held an open house on Saturday, April 12, 2014. There are many gorgeous flowers and plants available at the greenhouse. Call 660-744-2758 or stop by today! (Photo By Mike Farmer)

JACKSON HOGUE - Opens one of the eggs he found during the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. It was a beautiful day for the children to go on the hunt and many Tarkio Rehab residents and local citizens were able to watch the festivities! (Photo By Megan McAdams)

JACKSON HOGUE - Opens one of the eggs he found during the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. It was a beautiful day for the children to go on the hunt and many Tarkio Rehab residents and local citizens were able to watch the festivities! (Photo By Megan McAdams)

CHIPPING FROM THE SANDPIT - In the Tarkio boys’ golf tri-meet on April 8 at the Tarkio Golf Course. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
2014 Tarkio Citizen of the Year
BILL FOX, LEFT - Was named the 2014 Tarkio Citizen of the Year. He was honored at the Tarkio Community Awards’ Banquet on Monday, April 7, 2014, at the Tarkio Community Building. Presenting Mr. Fox with his award were Elsie Fae Rhoades, middle, and Kelly Rohlfsen, right, who are 2013 and 2012 Tarkio Citizens of the Year. (Photo By Mike Farmer)

RAY YOUNG, JR., RIGHT - With the Adair, IA, Fire Department drove 110 miles to personally deliver donations for Landon Shaw to the Plunge for Landon donation drop-off center, the Flower Mill in Tarkio, on Friday, April 11, 2014. Betsy Chapin, left, accepted the money on Landon's behalf. Monetary donations totalling $350 were collected from the Adair fire department and the police department members who plunged and a fire truck toy was also purchased for Landon. Thousands have taken plunges for Landon around the world and a huge number of fire and police departments, as well as emergency medical personnel, are among the plungers. (Photo By Megan McAdams)

Several athletes from the Northwest Missouri State University volleyball team visited Fairfax R-3 School Monday to help motivate the students to be “Champion Testers.” The ladies also signed autographs.

State Representative Mike Thomson, center, presented a plaque and flag to Samson Bien-Aimé, right, in recognition of Samson’s recent citizenship. Also pictured are Samson’s wife, Marci Hausman, and daughter, C’eline.

Vickie Simmons, left, and Suzanne Fentiman, right, have been chosen Associate Educator of The Year and Educator of The Year.

Landon Shaw

Pictured in Jefferson City are from (L-R): Sheriff Dennis Martin, Monica Bailey, Harvey Mills, Sen. Brad Lager, Kyra Mills, Janet Griffin, Carol Clark, Ginny Vernon, Rep. Mike Thomson, Commissioner Richard Burke. Not pictured: Phyllis Martin and Jack Bailey.

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Paityn Alberti throws the shot with determination. (AC Mail photo)
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Rock Port held a mini, non-medal meet on April 8, 2014. Schools in attendance were Rock Port, Tarkio and the newly combined track programs of West Nodaway and North Nodaway (North-West Nodaway). Following are the results: Boys Shot Put: 1. Ryan Oswald, RP, 44’-04”; 2. Christian Hance, RP, 40... + continue reading

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All it took was one challenge, one person who started a ripple effect - take a coldwater plunge and money would be donated to a little baby with cancer (Landon Shaw). The challenges were accepted. They plunged and then challenged others to do the same, agreeing to donate money to Landon if their... + continue reading

Pictured in Jefferson City are from (L-R): Sheriff Dennis Martin, Monica Bailey, Harvey Mills, Sen. Brad Lager, Kyra Mills, Janet Griffin, Carol Clark, Ginny Vernon, Rep. Mike Thomson, Commissioner Richard Burke. Not pictured: Phyllis Martin and Jack Bailey.
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With the cooperation that makes the northwest corner of Missouri so successful, Great Northwest Day at the Capitol 2014 drew more than 200 area constituents together to showcase their region in Jefferson City on April 7 and 8. Seventeen counties, multiple communities and representatives from... + continue reading
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Submitted by Troy Cook, NMSC President Another year of youth turkey season is in the books. For the 4rd consecutive year, harvest was down as only 10 turkeys were taken in the county. Seven of... + continue reading

Paityn Alberti throws the shot with determination. (AC Mail photo)
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Alex Baucom pushes off in the high jump. (AC Mail photo)
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Sam Giddinge pushes through to the finish line in the 100m dash. (AC Mail photo)
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Trey Pope finishes 1st in the 200m dash. (AC Mail photo)
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Megan Stevens is pictured as she runs the 100m hurtles. (AC Mail photo)
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NORTHWEST MISSOURI INDUSTRIES - Held an open house on Saturday, April 12, 2014. There are many gorgeous flowers and plants available at the greenhouse. Call 660-744-2758 or stop by today! (Photo By Mike Farmer)
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JACKSON HOGUE - Opens one of the eggs he found during the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. It was a beautiful day for the children to go on the hunt and many Tarkio Rehab residents and local citizens were able to watch the festivities! (Photo By Megan McAdams)
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SHA’NELLE JOHNSON, LEFT - And Landon Driskell, right, won the walkers to age two year old division of the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab. Sha’Nelle found the golden egg and Landon found the silver egg. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
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BELLA WALLACE, LEFT - And Carter Wennihan, right, won the three, four, and five year old division of the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. Bella found the golden egg and Carter found the silver egg. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
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JACOBI HOGUE, LEFT - And Linkin Murry, right, won the six, seven, and eight year old division of the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014. Jacobi found the golden egg and Linkin found the silver egg. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
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WINNING EASTER BASKETS FULL OF GOODIES - At the Tarkio Easter Egg Hunt at Tarkio Rehab on Friday, April 11, 2014, were, from left to right, Brady Umbarger, Olivia Schaefer, and Kelsea Kirwan. (Photo By Megan McAdams)
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Fairfax R-3 Elementary School joined in on the Plunge for Landon. The kindergarten and first grade classes also created a banner to show their support. In just two weeks, plungers have splashed for Landon in all 50 U.S. states and in 26 countries. The Facebook page Plunge for Landon had grown to nearly 43,000 members as of April 15. Landon, son of Brandon and Alyssa Shaw, was scheduled to undergo a 72-hour chemo treatment this week.
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Mr. Dustin Barnes, principal, got wet with a little help from students.
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Teresa Shaw, left, Lynn Adams, center, and Marilyn Reed, right, showed their support for Landon Shaw at Farmers State Bank.
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Fairfax Mayor Alva Stoner announced the couples as they arrived at the school.
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Boo Cooper and Jase Barnes
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Spencer Gibson and Karlly Eyman
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Baylee Lewis and Tristan Ray
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Miles Murry and Alyssa Beck
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Kade Perry and Crystal Yocum
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Dakota Allen and Katelyn Kehl
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Keifer Nemyer and Brooklynn Morris
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Bridgett Stoner and Jayton Johnson
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Garrett Ball and Alyssa Lewis
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Grant Hopkins and Brittany Shipps
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Katie Beck and Colin Staples
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Trevor Brown and Alyssa Garrison
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This year’s seniors gathered for a group picture before prom. Pictured (left to right) are: Keifer Nemyer, Bridgett Stoner, Brooklynn Morris, Katie Beck, Grant Hopkins, Annie Miller, Boo Cooper, Alyssa Lewis, Baylee Lewis, and Spencer Gibson.
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Members of the junior class (pictured left to right) are: Miles Murry, Crystal Yocum, Jase Barnes, Trevor Brown, and Katelyn Kehl.
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Everyone was at the hop Saturday, April 12. The junior dads parked cars, and Tracy Barnes’ classic car added a special touch. Pictured (left to right) are: Tracy Barnes, John Brown, Garrett Vernon, Phil Yocum, Suzanne and Richard Fentiman, Debra Wyatt, and Jim Murry.
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