Logan County Commissioners review Fair Board bylaw changes
The Logan County Commissioners reviewed changes that the Fair Board would like to see to their bylaws during a work session on Tuesday.
Logan County Commissioners meet with NJC personnel to discuss Fairgrounds lease
During a work session on Tuesday, NJC President Jay Lee; Vice President for Academic Services Stanton Gartin; Mike Anderson, chair of the agriculture department; and Brian Cullen, agriculture instructor and rodeo coach, met with the commissioners to discuss the lease the college has with the county for use of the Fairgrounds.
Community Briefs --- Bonza Bottler Day, Intro to Red Cross class, fire safety seminar
The Sterling Public Library will be celebrating Bonz Bottler Day during the Crafty Characters program from 4 to 5 p.m. March 3. The craft will feature shamrocks and a pot of gold.
Jim Jackson enters commissioners race
He shared his family's background in Logan County, which goes back to his great-grandparents.
Sterling City Council takes care of business
The evening started with a 6 p.m. presentation by Tami Tanoue on the Colorado Intergovernmental Risk Sharing Agency, which provides the city's liability insurance coverage.
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Locals' ag contributions live on in Hall of Fame
Jack Annan, aka "Mr. NJC," was honored by the college for his 80th birthday with the statue of him that sits on campus.
12 local DUI arrests on Super Bowl weekend
While the number of impaired driving arrests made statewide over Super Bowl weekend fell from 421 in 2013 to 315 this year, in Logan County, arrests for the special enforcement period increased.
Logan County Commissioners approve 4 Lodging Tax Board projects
Two of the projects were two Prairie Mountain Publishing requests, one for up to $6,320 for the 2014 Explore magazine and the other for up to $3,000 for hunting and boating email blasts.
Logan County Fair Board sets theme, picks marshals
During the committee report on the fair parade, Chair Marlene Kiel suggested four women to serve as parade marshals, honoring their service to local 4-H clubs and the 4-H Foundation: Marilyn Hutt, Marlene Masin, Bonnie Amen and Laural Brownell.