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Shockwaves

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STOCKTON CITY EMPLOYEES Harley Miller, Doug French and Jeff Scott look on as the new transformer is placed onto the cement pad by the electric department building. Stockton had lost power on Thursday, June 25th, and it was discovered that the transformer had to be replaced. This was done on Saturday, June 27th.
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Stockton landmark gets a facelift!

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See J-new l Page Stockton’s only locally-owned fuel and convenience store got a major facelift in the month of June. Local contractor Bellerive Construction installed new concrete siding as well as custom stone manufactured in Hays, while Roger Roy installed a new walkway around the building. The exterior materials and color scheme were replicated from the newly rebuilt J-Mart on the west side of Garden City. Just last fall at J-Mart in Stock Mart’s ok on 10A ton, local petroleum equipment company Westhusing’s Inc. installed brand new fuel dispensers that now accommodate chip cards, JJ Loyalty cards, and touchless payment options such as Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and the Phillips 66 mobile app.
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Send in your harvest pictures!

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Now that the wheat harvest is underway, the Stockton Sentinel would like to highlight area harvest pictures during the next few weeks. Please email your pictures of your harvest crew bringing in this year’s crop to HYPERLINK "mailto:stkpaper@ruraltel.net" stkpaper@ruraltel.net under the title “HARVEST PICTURES,” or submit them on our website at HYPERLINK "http://www.stocktonsentinel.com" www.stocktonsentinel.com by clicking on “Submit News.” Thank you!
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Never Forget

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IN SPITE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND BAD WEATHER, a few members of the VFW Post 8873 Ladies Auxiliary posted the colors on the Avenue of Flags and at the memorial at Stockton City Cemetery Monday, May 25th. Ladies Auxiliary President, Debbie Schellinger, presented the wreaths of emblems of eternity to immortalize the brave deeds of our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines, who have given their lives on land, on sea and in the air. (Photo Courtesy of Debra Niermeier)