Sprague City News: Council meeting will be on Wednesday June 20th at 7:00 pm in the Sprague Public Library 119 W 2nd Street.

Due to a shortage of employees at city hall, we were not able to read meters this month. You will be billed just the flat rate for the month of June. Sorry for the inconvenience!

The lagoon will be open on Saturday, June 2nd from 10 am – 1 pm and Sunday June 17th from 10 am – 12 pm for yard waste only.

Please remember that no yard waste can go in our garbage cans. We may get fined if Lincoln County finds any of leaves, branches, etc. in our garbage. Please utilize the lagoon when it is available. If you have anything else you need to get rid of, such as lumber, metal, etc. contact Jill Sheffels, 509-979-2168, by June 10th for more details. No appliances

Don’t forget the Railroad Depot Museum is now open every Saturday from 11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.!

*To save our sewer system and cost to the community, please remember not to flush baby and Clorox wipes, swiffers and feminine products.

City Hall has a donation can set up for local infant & child needs to help out residents with expenses for their children. If you have even just a little bit extra to give, it would be very appreciated.

The City of Sprague would like to thank the high school students that participated in the city clean up day. Every single one of them went above and beyond to help their fellow citizens and they all had such great attitudes. Parents, you should be very proud of those kids!

The City of Sprague is still looking for a new chairperson for the Project Outreach Committee. If you are interested, please contact City Hall.

The Cemetery Board would like to extend their gratitude to Loi Lutes and the Freshman class of Sprague High School for placing flags at the cemetery for Memorial Day. They are truly amazing!

Sprague Food Bank: Food Bank will be combining with Feed Sprague on Saturday, June 16th starting at 10:00 am. 

The Sprague Food Bank would also like to thank Janna Ringwood and the Post Office employees for their generous donation of 332 pounds of food. It has helped so many people in the community and we appreciate them very much!

Sprague Chamber News: June 2nd Community Yard Sale and Farmer’s Market starting at 8 am. You can pick up maps for the community yard sale at the Farmer’s Market located on the corner of Chestnut and Colfax.

Next Chamber meeting will be on Thursday, June 21st 

SPRAGUE-LAMONT FRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY CALENDAR orders are due by June 30th!  Add your family names/birthdays and receive a calendar for $7.  The calendar year runs September-August to coincide with the school year and includes school & community activities and sports. Contact Jill Sheffels @ 509-979-2168

Feed Sprague: Will be combining with the food bank on Saturday, June 16th starting at 10 am.  Free lunch will be available at 11 am and they are serving chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes.

Sprague-Lamont School News:  

· June 9th - High School Graduation at 7 PM in Sprague

· June 11th- 8th Grade Promotion at 7 PM in Lamont

· June 12th- Last day of school Lamont will be out at 10:15 and Sprague 10:30.

· June 13th- Sprague - Lamont School Board Meeting at 7:00 PM in Lamont 

St. John’s Lutheran Church: Terry Bowes saying:  "When devastating events take place in our lives, we are brought face to face with the fragileness of being human."

TIME CHANGE:  Worship time at St. John's Lutheran Church will be at 11:00 A.M. through June, July, August, till mid-September.  Come join us for worship.

June 3:  Zach Moore and Heaven will be confirmed.  Come join us for this service and support these two young people.

June 18-21:  BIBLE SCHOOL at St. John's.  It will begin @ 9:00 -11:30. Classes are for age 3 to those going into the 6th grade.  There will be study time, snacks, crafts, music, and some fun time.  We will be studying the story of Joseph and how God led him through jealousy, betrayal, and forgiveness.  If you have questions, call Maureen Bourne @ 257-2806.

Sprague Community Church: Join us for services Sundays at 9:30 am, and Sunday school at 11:15 am

We are also having Saturday church services at 5:00 pm.

Mary Queen of Heaven:  Please join us for Mass on Sundays at 12:30 P.M., at our beautiful historic church.