The new work week started bright and crisp in Freeman, with a moon visible in the western sky. You can see it here, pictured as a backdrop to the Freeman Post Office.
This shows the campus of Freeman Junior College and Academy looking to the southwest as it was in 1952 — two years after Pioneer Hall (upper right) was built. Note the undeveloped land behind the administration building (top).
This shows the 300 block of Main Street as it was decades ago. Ellwein's, pictured here, is today the location of the Freeman Public Library.
While much of the harvest has been completed, some were still at it hauling grain to the Central Famers Cooperative elevator in Freeman Friday, Nov. 23 — one day after Thanksgiving.
A nearly full moon rises in the eastern sky early Wednesday evening, Nov. 21; the American flag is the one that flies in front of Freeman Elementary.
This photo was taken earlier this fall and shows workers installing the new liner at the Freeman Swimming Pool.
A Christmas ornament hangs on a tree at the corner of Main and Third streets.
This is the agenda for tonight's Freeman City Council meeting, which starts at 6:30 p.m. Note the agenda includes both "golf course discussion" and "golf course authorization." The Nov.
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