Co-op members of all ages helped blow out the hundred candles on the Golden West Communications Cooperative anniversary cake.
    Over 300 members of the Golden West Telecommunications Cooperative met in Wall Saturday, Sept. 24, for the 64th annual business meeting and a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the co-op.
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FHS homecoming royalty … Back row left to right: Cole Trainor, Jake Foster, Garret Drum. Front row: Shali Sheridan, Brooklyn Schauer, Penny Welter.              Photo by Alison Grueb
The Faith City Council held a special meeting Monday, September 12th to discuss the dismissal of Ambulance Director Cindy Frankfurth with about 35 visitors in attendance.
Co-op members of all ages helped blow out the hundred candles on the Golden West Communications Cooperative anniversary cake.
The Philip High School coronation, Tuesday, Sept. 13, saw Kreid Amiotte crowned king and Peyton Kuchenbecker crowned queen. Kuchenbecker’s first duties were to bless the school’s cross country shoes, football and volleyball. Outside, Amiotte lit the Philip Scotties’ huge “P.”
Courtesy Photo Coronation for the 2016 New Underwood Homecoming royalty was held Monday evening, Sept. 12. From left are , junior attendantKelsie Anderson, Fallon Condra, Sierra Oberlander, Brianna Philipsen, Queen Carissa Anderson, King Clay Paulson, Cade Venuizen, Wylie Brunson, Conner Gueno and junior attendant Colton Cogdill. In front are crownbearers Rose Stangle and Cau Rodenbaugh.

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Co-op members of all ages helped blow out the hundred candles on the Golden West Communications Cooperative anniversary cake.
    Over 300 members of the Golden West Telecommunications Cooperative met in Wall Saturday, Sept. 24, for the 64th annual business meeting and a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the co-op.    Golden West Telecommunications began in 1916 when area ranchers and farmers ran telephone wires...
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