On Friday Feb. 14, the Crofton-Bloomfield wrestling team had nine compete in districts. Of the four districts in class C, placing in the top four in the district qualifies a competitor for state. In the 106, fourth seed . . .
Quinn Schieffer sang the national anthem at the Dual Wrestling Championship in Kearney on Feb. 8. Schieffer, along with other students from Crofton and across Nebraska, auditioned to sing at an NSAA-sponsored sporting event by sending in . . .
Recently, there have been multiple incidents of adults and students being called in for traffic violations, more specifically involving school buses. Violations against buses are a zero tolerance ticket, receiving no . . .
Literary Warrior By Alexis Suing Crofton Youth Program is giving creative young minds a positive outlet. The Youth Program is producing a literary magazine for those who don't mind being published. . . .
Student Survey: Fun and Games By Alexis Suing After Easter and family reunions people start to put away their cards and board games to play outside. This is why I asked Crofton High . . .
Students from Crofton High School were selected to attend Class C All-State Honor Band on Saturday, March 24. 16 students from both high school and junior high were selected by video audition to play in four different . . .
After this year, Crofton is losing teacher. Mitch Hofer. Hofer has been the social sciences teacher at Crofton High School for the past ten years along with being the head speech coach for eight years and head director of the One-Act . . .
On Monday, March 12, Crofton Community Schools had their Board of Education Regular Meeting at 7 p.m. One of the major topics in the meeting was the purchase of teacher iPads. This article was set in stone at the . . .
Crofton High School speech team members and coaches traveled down the road to Hartington, Nebraska on Wednesday, March 14, to compete at the C2-3 district competition. The team brought eighteen entrees, with sixteen of . . .
On Saturday, March 3, the Crofton Warrior Speech Team split up. The district team headed to Norfolk for the 6th Annual Norfolk Panther Classic meet while some went to Creighton for the Creighton Bulldog Invitational. The . . .
On Wednesday, February 28, I brought vanilla bean crème brûlées with raspberries for the purpose of a food critique. There were a lot of good things to say about my dish. In fact, the only . . .
On Tuesday February 27, the Crofton FFA Chapter loaded up the bus at seven in the morning and drove to Northeast Community College in Norfolk Nebraska. At the college the teams and individuals took CDEs, which are tests . . .
Schools around the area including Crofton, Wynot, Hartington Cedar Catholic and Hartington-Newcastle did not have school Monday, February 19, do to Presidents’ Day. Presidents’ Day is celebrated on the third Monday of the . . .
Winter sports have come to a close. Let the spring sports begin! Crofton will be bringing entertainment to the community in the form of boys and girls track and boys golf. Practice will officially begin Wednesday, February 28. . . .
Student Survey: Twenty More Days of Winter With only 20 days left in our winter season, CHS student survey rounds it out by asking two winter related questions. “How many snow storms do you . . .
On Wednesday, February 21, Lance Joslin brought a salami-mozzarella calzone to journalism class for a food critique. There were opinions on both sides, but there were more positive remarks than negative criticisms. Justin . . .
On Friday, February 9, the Crofton-Bloomfield wrestling team headed to Malcolm, Nebraska for the Class C District-1 wrestling tournament. The team competed both Friday and Saturday for the chance to qualify for the . . .
Influenza has hit the region hard this year. It seems like everywhere we turn someone has some type of influenza. Whether it is Influenza A, B or C this virus is horrible and can cause death. . . .
Crofton boys basketball traveled to Salem, South Dakota, for a match-up with McCook Central Montrose (MCM) on February 6. MCM took the tip-off at the start of the game. The first quarter was a battle for the lead. . . .
The Crofton Warriors and Lady Warriors both competed in the Mid-State Conference tournament held in Norfolk on January 29 through February 3. The other teams in the conference include the following: Norfolk Catholic, Battle Creek, Pierce, . . .
On Wednesday, January 31, some FFA members participated in livestock judging at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. There were 513 participants in all three districts. In Crofton’s district there were . . .
The Crofton High School speech team visited Winside, Nebraska and came out on top with 415 points on Saturday, February 2. Humphrey Public Schools finished second with 364 points. Wausa finished in third with 349 points. Crofton competed . . .
Tuesday, January 30, the Junior High boys basketball team loaded up and headed for Pierce. Both the A and B teams won their games against the Bluejays with flying colors. First the B Team played. Tucker . . .
On February 1 the Crofton-Bloomfield wrestling squad traveled north to Vermillion, South Dakota for a triangular against the Vermillion and Wagner wrestling squads. During their first dual against Wagner, Reece . . .
Crofton High School will be sending one of its very own to a nationally renowned fashion event for the second year in a row. Mariah Dather, a junior, was recently chosen to attend Omaha Fashion Week which will take place on February 27, 2018. . . .
Crofton’s design engineering class has been given the opportunity to work with a three-dimensional printer. This machine has been running almost every school day since Crofton High School purchased it in August of 2016. . . .
When Charlie Hendrix’s family moved to Crofton they were surprised to find that there was no youth group. So Hendrix decided to build a program for kids and teenagers in Crofton. “I wanted something with a positive . . .
Christmas season is nearing quickly and the Crofton Chorus is incorporating Christmas cheer in the everyday curriculum. Crofton Chorus and Band just held their annual Christmas Concert Monday, December 11th. After working on music . . .
New Year’s Resolutions are a tradition in the United States in which a person resolves to change an undesired trait or behavior or to accomplish a personal goal or otherwise to improve their life. Every year millions . . .
The Crofton One-Act Play team of 27 students recently attended the district competition held at Wayne State College on Thursday, November 30th. Crofton was the last team to perform in Ramsey Theater on campus at 3:30 p.m. Awards followed . . .
It’s come to no surprise the Crofton Schools and Community have been looking to change and update things around the town and school. With the recent community engagement meeting, student perspectives may also be of interest. . . .
Both the girls and boys basketball teams played Laurel-Concord-Coleridge at Laurel on Friday, December 1st. The Lady Warriors beat the Lady Bears 67-29. “We played well together and I’m super excited for the rest of the . . .
The Crofton girls and boys basketball teams took on an annual non conference opponent, facing Boyd County in home matches on Thursday, December 7. The Lady Warriors won their match 46-30 staying undefeated. Crofton greatly outscored Boyd . . .
Crofton-Bloomfield Wrestlers Compete At A Triangular Crofton-Bloomfield wrestlers took on a triangular against Pierce and BonHomme/Scotland/Avon. Crofton-Bloomfield lost against both teams in these dual with . . .
The Crofton Lady Warriors basketball team beat Hartington Cedar Catholic for their first game of the season at home on Thursday, November 30. By a final score of 41- 55, the Lady Warriors beat another preseason ranked Midstate . . .
This year’s third, fourth, fifth and sixth grade students are participating in Jump Rope for Heart. Which is a fundraising program for schools, where during gym class students will do fun activities that include a jump rope or two. . . .
Crofton High School FFA Advisor Stephanie Mann and the FFA chapter design a Program of Activities each year based on certain principles which consist of Building Communities, Growing Leaders and Strengthening . . .
Crofton students may be hoping for a snow day sometime soon as we near the end of November and into the cold month of December. The earliest first snow of the season in Lincoln was recorded September 29, 1985 and the latest first . . .
Basketball season is just beginning for the Warriors at Crofton High School. Both boys and girls teams spent a week of open gym following up to the debut winter sports practice which started November 13th. . . .
On Friday, November 10 the Crofton High School senior government class hosted a Veterans Day program and luncheon starting at 11 a.m. The program consisted of “The Star-Spangled Banner” played by the Crofton high school band, a . . .
Two Crofton High School Chorus members, Jamis Hendrix and Gabriel Potts, were selected for All-State Choir to be held in Lincoln on November 16-18. Their auditions started with the learning of a scale and arpeggio, along with seven other . . .
On Wednesday, October 25th Family Career and Community Leaders of America students from Crofton attended the District Leadership Conference held in Norfolk at Northeast Community College. Nine students joined surrounding chapters within the . . .
Eight Crofton High School Choir students have won a spot for this year’s Nebraska School Activities Association’s National Anthem competition. In early September, emails were sent out from NSAA to choir teachers . . .
On Tuesday, October 25, students from Crofton High School were asked to wear orange in honor of National Unity Day. This is the signature event for National Bullying Prevention Month. National Unity Day has been . . .
Seven Crofton High School students will be attending the National FFA Convention and Expo on the week of October 25th- 28th in Indianapolis, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky along with 60,000 other FFA members. This will be the 90th . . .
The Crofton Lady Warriors volleyball team hosted the Knox County Volleyball Tournament this year. On Monday, October 16, the Warriors took down the Wausa Lady Vikings in two sets with scores of 25-11 and 25-19. Danielle Steffen led the match . . .
The Crofton Marching Band went to the Pierce Marching Competition on Wednesday, October 4. The band has been going to this competition for the past eight years, competing with bands mostly from the Mid States conference and . . .