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TURNING BACK THE CLOCK 2-7-13

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February 5, 1998
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Mark C. Zordel has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Zordel studied Air Force missions and special training in human relations. Zordel is the son of Dorothy F. Zordel of Lincoln Neb. and Vernon R. Zordel of Williamstown.

Four local students have been named to the deans list at Morehead State University for the 1997 fall semester. Local students include Randolph P. Lilliard of Union, Phillip Wayne Ponder of Crittenden, Jeremy True of Corinth and Deeana Webb of Williamstown.


February 4, 1988
Todd Dawalt, an eighth grader at Grant County Middle School won the spelling bee championship at the school. Dawalt, the son of John and Linda Dawalt of Dry Ridge will participate in the county spelling bee. The middle school will compete in the spelling bee, which is sponsored by the Grant County Educational Association.

Jane Scroggins, of Williamstown was recently elected as second vice president of the Charolais-Dees, the national women’ s auxiliary group in the American-International Charolais Association. Member elected 1988 officers at their recent annual meeting in Denver.


February 8 , 1963
H.B. Odor, son of Hubert Odor, received word that he was second place winner in the district in a farming achievement contest sponsored by the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times. In recognition of winning this honor, Odor will be presented with a $25 U.S. Savings Bond.

Phil Harrison, a supervisor and tester for the Grant County Dairy Herd Improvement Association, was again awarded a bronze plaque and $40 cash at the College of Agriculture dairy program in recognition of the outstanding job he has done with local dairy herds.