Musselman honored Saturday The 77th anniversary version of the Fort Griffin Fandangle has been packed away along with sets, props and costumes following a six-show run over the past two weekends.
Chamber to host retirement reception As a young man, J.E. Mikeska knew he wanted to help other people.
Albany News readers are reminded that the deadline for the next issue on July 9 has already passed, with all copy and ads due earlier this week. The early deadline was set in order for...
There will be no Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Friday, July 3 because of the July 4th holiday weekend, according to Doyleen Terrell, Chamber president. Meetings resume at the Icehouse on July 10.
The next regular test of the local emergency siren is scheduled for Wednesday, July 8, depending on the weather.
Ribbons given in 7 categories Eighteen excited entries pranced around the Bank Park last Friday afternoon in the Fandangle Pet Parade, with ribbons given in different categories.
A number of Fandangle costumes have not yet been returned, according to show director Betsy Parsons, and crew members may start making house calls picking them up door-to-door if they don’t come in soon.
3 sessions begin with ‘Fiesta’ July 11 The OJAC will offer three Teacher In-Service Workshops this summer for the Region 14 Education Service Center area.
City exceeds state requirements Albany water customers should have received a “Consumer Confidence Report” by this week showing that locally treated water meets or exceeds all federal drinking water requirements and that there were no...
Celebrate the season with summer’s freshest fruits and vegetables from the Farmers Market.