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Jake Mosbacher Is On The Mend After Wrecking His Truck

My friend and neighbor Jake Mosbacher had a truck accident last this week just south of the Village of Fults. He got rushed to Mercy South where he just got released. His family is hoping for a full and speedy recovery. Parents Debbie and Dennis are so thankful to the firefighters, EMTs, E.R. doctors and……

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Calm And Quiet In Downtown Fults

Things are quiet down here in Fults. Not much news to report this edition. Congratulations to Mike Fausz on his retirement from the Monroe County Courthouse. He’s been working there since he was fresh out of Valmeyer High School. The courthouse crew threw Mike a party on Feb. 7. Have a great retirement, Mike. Hopefully……

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Sis Darlene Yancey Celebrates 86th

Fults Phil made his annual prediction outside his den up from Merrill Prange’s church. The Editor was there to document the annual event, but I decided to stay home. With the sun shining bright, Phil saw his shadow, of course, and that means six more weeks of crappy weather. My math since 2001 shows that……

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Gene Esker Will Be Fishing Soon

Gene Esker has spent some time at Red Bud Regional. Hurry up and get back to the bottoms, Gene. Your fish are waiting for you to catch them. Get well soon! The old saying “All good things must come to an end” is so true for the Village of Fults. The ball diamond will no……

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We’ll All Be Seeing 2020 This Year

Hello, 2020! Does this mean we will all see the world with 20-20 vision? Will our normal 20-20 hindsight be brought into the present? This year will also be a leap year. I am looking forward to seeing who and high how people will jump. Christmas was really a great day for me. The warm……

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It’s Beginning To Look Like Christmas

by Judy Krebel It is Sunday evening and I am typing away on another Fults Folks article. As I peer out a window, I notice snow is starting to fall. I’m hoping the news crews have it wrong and no ice comes our way early this week. All the Ed-itor is worried about is Fults……

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Got My Fill At Thanksgiving

by Judy Krebel Thanksgiving is over and I am wondering how I could have eaten so much. Our family got together at Mark and Ann Laurent’s house in rural Prairie du Rocher. We make enough food for two gatherings.  For me, the best part of Thanksgiving is watching the cousins get reacquainted. I am always……

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Having Fun Keeping Warm

Well, the cold weather, snow and icy roads arrived early this year. Old man winter blew through on Nov. 11 – Veterans Day. At least the kiddos were not in school. Last weekend, on the warm recent Sunday, local firefighters and ambulance EMTs had to scale to the top of the Fults Nature Preserve hill……

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Fults May Be A Small Town, But We Sure Have Big Fun

Krebel sisters Delores Patterson and Ann Laurent visited New York City in October through the First National Bank of Waterloo’s Classic 55 Club. The gals were amazed by all there was to do on the agenda, including the many tourist spots and seeing the Broadway show Come From Away. I am sure Delores and Ann snuck……

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Time To Fall Into The Fall

by Judy Krebe Halloween is getting closer. I can’t believe that another year is quickly going by. Before we know it, it will be turkey and dressing then Santa Claus will be coming to town.  Everyone continues to talk about the pending demise of the Fults softball field. While the news is sad, hearing everyone……

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