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Unusual Sighting by Mark Trumbo

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MARK TRUMBO saw an unusual sighting at Webster Lake recently when, what looked to be a very large channel cat, turned out to be a large channel cat with another large channel cat’s head in its mouth. Mark said the heads on the fish were about the size of a basketball. He estimated the fish to weigh 20-25 lbs. apiece. As he went to take another picture, the fish flopped and ended up separating and swimming away.
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It's Finally Here! Legion Field Scoreboard

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The new scoreboard has been installed at the Legion Field down at the Stockton City Park courtesy of a grant from Heartland Community Foundation to help with the purchase. Not only is the Stockton Recreation Commission ready for the ball season, the installation for the new sign, which was installed by the City of Stockton employees, is the official launching point for the new redesign of the ball field!
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Odle Signs With CCCC

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MACY ODLE, STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2020, signed a letter of intent to play softball at Cloud County Community College in Concordia this fall. Among those on hand for her signing were her parents (seated beside Macy) Janel and Brad Odle, as well as her coaches, Kaci Nichols (standing left), Ryan Becker (standing right) and SHS Co-Athletic Director Marcia Hrabe (standing center). Odle, a pitcher, intends to study Agriculture Business at CCCC.
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Sentinel Sighting!

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COHEN MUIR had fun digging in the sand down at the Stockton City Park playground on Monday evening while family and friends gathered to watch the coach/pitch softball games being held that night. Cohen is the son of Heath and Lacey Muir.
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SHS Class of 1964 gathers

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FIVE MEMBERS from the Stockton High School Class of 1964 gathered for breakfast on Wednesday, June 17 at Malee’s Asian Food and Thai Food. The class consisted of 38 graduates, and 32 of them are still living. Those enjoying their recent visit were from left: Lana Odle, Stockton, Rich Desmarteau, Peoria, Ariz., John Berkley, Stockton, Terry Odle, Salina/Stockton, and Judy Sander, Stockton.
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One Doll Serving

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ONE DOLL SERVING ANOTHER DOLL—Kansas Tso is the first in line to get the root beer floats being served by the doll in the 1974 Camaro Sport Coupe during the Swing Into Summer Car Show held Saturday at Stockton City Park. The classy car is owned by RG and Jolene Brown of Cambridge, Nebr.