The Wall Community Center post-remodel project.
On Aug. 7, 1984, the small town of Wall, was destined for change.  
Welcome, Campbell family!
If there is any one thing a man can do that will quickly win the respect of other men in Jones County, it is the getting down and dirty while wrestling calves during brandings.
Photo by Ashley Geigle
Jones County local Melaynee Geigle was diagnosed with Low Grade Neuroblastoma at 10 months old.
Elephant rides before the circus and during intermission were popular. See more photos inside.
The Shrine Circus performed for the second consecutive year in Philip, Sunday, July 2, at the Philip roping arena.  
Sami Jo Pool, New Underwood
A vital part of the New Underwood community will celebrate its 15th anniversary of being in operation later this summer. 
Workers and heavy equipment crowds do the continuing work involved in the Midland water project.
The purpose of the current water project in Midland is twofold: to provide a new water storage tank and to improve drinking water quality for the current water customers on the town’s distribution system.  
The Wall Community Center post-remodel project.
Welcome, Campbell family!
Photo by Ashley Geigle
Elephant rides before the circus and during intermission were popular. See more photos inside.
Sami Jo Pool, New Underwood
Workers and heavy equipment crowds do the continuing work involved in the Midland water project.

New doctor at Philip Health Services

The Wall Community Center post-remodel project.
On Aug. 7, 1984, the small town of Wall, was destined for change.   It was on this day, 33 years ago, that commander of the Carroll McDonald American Legion Post #246, William Bielmaier, signed an agreement with the city of Wall, allowing the city to take over the ownership of the Legion building...
Welcome, Campbell family!
If there is any one thing a man can do that will quickly win the respect of other men in Jones County, it is the getting down and dirty while wrestling calves during brandings. I actually had to ask my son Marty who the new cowboy was. Bearded, red headed and blue jeaned: now this was someone I’m...
Photo by Ashley Geigle
Jones County local Melaynee Geigle was diagnosed with Low Grade Neuroblastoma at 10 months old. The Make a Wish foundation requires children to be at least two and half years old before being eligible for a wish. Since Melaynee was seeing a doctor every three months at that young age her doctor...
Elephant rides before the circus and during intermission were popular. See more photos inside.
The Shrine Circus performed for the second consecutive year in Philip, Sunday, July 2, at the Philip roping arena.   Hosted by the Four Rivers Shrine Club, a unit of NAJA Shriners, the single performance was purposefully planned for 6:00 p.m. to allow the heat of the day to start dissipating. The...

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