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Father/Daughter Dance Planned To Benefit Culbertson Parks

It’s time to bring out the formal gowns, prom dresses and princess Halloween costumes because the Culbertson Playgroup is planning a Father/Daughter Dance in Culbertson.
This is part of the many fundraising events the Playgroup has held for Culbertson parks.
The date of the dance is set for Friday, April 15, at 6 p.m. and it will be held in the old Armory in Culbertson. All ages are welcome.

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Culbertson Woman Seeks State Position

Democrat Evelyn Carlisle knows it won’t be easy to unseat current House Speaker Austin Knudsen, but she feels some issues need to be addressed and she is the right person to find solutions.

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Council Hears About School Special Election

At the Culbertson Town Council meeting on Monday, April 4, Larry Crowder, Culbertson superintendent of schools, explained to the council what the school board’s special elections are about. To finish the south elementary addition, it would cost $1.6 million.

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Mariah’s Mission Brings Culbertson Resident To Africa Through Program

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Love the hair
Mariah Machart with some of the children in Uganda. She mentioned that many of the children had very short hair, so when they saw her long, blonde locks, they were very excited to braid it.
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After graduating from Culbertson High School’s Class of 2015, Mariah Machart did not know where exactly she wanted to attend college or what career path she would enjoy pursuing. Her friend and 2014 CHS graduate Paxton LaQua introduced her to a school known as Youth With A Mission at the University of the Nations in Kona, Hawaii.

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Culbertson Public Schools Announce Special Election

The Culbertson School board is seeking agreement from the public so that the new elementary addition can be completed.
Trustees will send out mail ballots to all registered voters who reside in the Culbertson School District Wednesday, April 6.  The ballot measure is seeking permission to borrow $1.6 million to finish the new elementary addition.

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