The First Baptist Church of Jones is making a splash this summer, welcoming children from Pre-K through 6th grade to attend Vacation Bible School. Mark your calendar for July 30th - August 1st from 8:30 am - 11 am. VBS is a summer staple in Jones, and the church has been working hard to make … Continue reading FBC Jones Hosts Vacation Bible School
At the rescheduled Jones School Board meeting on Monday evening, the board members approved the return to school plan. The only change made to the plan was a grade level requirement for masks, as opposed to the original age level requirement that was initially proposed. All students from 2nd grade and up will be required … Continue reading Jones School Board Approves Return to School Plan
Last Tuesday, the Jones Board of Trustees voted unanimously to appoint Missy Wilkinson to Teresa Shuffield's vacated seat. Missy is a long-time resident of Jones, graduating from Jones High School in 1997. After graduation, she received a degree in Multidisciplinary Studies from the University of Oklahoma. They say that a tree's strength lies in its … Continue reading Missy Wilkinson Appointed Jones Trustee
On Thursday, July 16th, Jones Superintendent Carl Johnson released the preliminary back to school plan for the district. The plan was scheduled to be presented to the School Board on Monday, July 13, but the meeting was postponed due to a lack of quorum. Several members of the school board were self-quarantined due to close … Continue reading Jones School District Releases Preview of Back to School Protocol
Michael and Emily Ruzycki are at it again, bringing amazing fresh produce to the people of Jones. The local entrepreneurs, of Ruzycki Farms, are selling delicious Hatch Chiles, fresh from New Mexico. Partnering with The Fresh Chile Company based out of Hatch, New Mexico, they have purchased 30 bags of the appetizing peppers that are … Continue reading Hallelujah! Hatch Chiles are Here
Community groups in Jones gather to participate in a nation-wide litter cleanup campaign.