This newest hole isn’t the only damage to the entry- that post alongside the ramp is pretty twisted as well. It’s a common place to back vehicles up to when events are happening, and that puts the entrance at risk of damage. Trego’s Civic Center is due some expensive repairs- with insurance premiums already high,… Continue reading Damage to the Civic Center
“Being offended by freedom of speech should never be regarded as a justification for violence.” -Alan Dershowitz
Last week, students and their families made their way to Murphy Lake for an Ice Fishing trip. It was a warm, pleasant day with chili dogs grilled beside the lake. A successful trip, since all but one student caught fish. Where are the kids now? Spring break runs throughout the rest of this week. Classes… Continue reading Trego School Ice Fishing Trip
I watched a video of a 9mm being fired into a pond’s ice surface, and the bullet spinning like a top. It’s an experiment that I don’t plan to duplicate, since my feet have enough problems without doing something dumb – but the video does lead in to an explanation of rifling. The gun handling… Continue reading The Spin on Rifling
School Board Elections scheduled for May 4, 2021. Those interested in running should contact the school clerk.
As we wrote about earlier this year, the school board had decided to use a permissive levy to establish a building reserve fund. One of the requirements of the permissive levy is that “The projects must be listed and the priority for projects are listed on the Facility Condition Report under their deficiency categories. Those… Continue reading Trego School -Why have a building reserve fund?
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Every Friday, spread out among two quilt frames for social distancing, the quilters bring needle and thread to fabric to raise funds for the Tobacco Valley Historical Village. The quilters have been meeting and quilting in the old school house for five decades. Current hours are Fridays, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm until mid May.… Continue reading Off with the Old, on with the New Quilt
Yesterday, I took the snowblower from the back of the Kubota, and took the snowplow from the front. Today, I mounted the rototiller on the Kubota – I’m getting ready to plant alfalfa in the fields again. There isn’t much left, and I think the last planting was when I was in high school. It… Continue reading Getting Ready to Plant