FAIRBURY, NE – Welcome to episode two of “Round These Parts.”
If you don’t know what this is, it’s a brand new podcast launched last week – a podcast that only talks about local stories and issues that matter to Fairbury, Hebron, Crete, Geneva, Beatrice and the surrounding area.
If you missed last week’s episode, you can catch it here.
This week, we covered a lot of ground. With Halloween on Wednesday, playoff football, district volleyball, and an election next week, there’s lots to talk about.
Here’s the episode!
This week’s lineup:
12:03 – Jefferson County Clerk Cynthia Newman
- Read more about next Tuesday’s election here.
21:12 – Crete Chief of Police Steve Hensel
- Read more about Crete PD’s Halloween event here.
25:38 – Tony Boetjer, Co-Owner of Studio 407 in Fairbury
- Read more about Fairbury’s new art gallery here.
31:24 – Bekah Kimberlin, Diabetes Educator at Jefferson Community Health and Life.
- November is National Diabetes Awareness Month.
42:12 – Kari Jo Alfs, Head volleyball coach for Bruning-Davenport/Shickley, following Tuesday’s subdistrict final victory over Exeter-Milligan.
- Read about the Eagles’ subdistrict victory over the Timberwolves here.
- Complete district final information for all local teams can be found here.
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