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Friends and Neighbors: Jason Lockwood

Objects (and people) in motion tend to stay in motion


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Jason Lockwood checks his schedule while he prepares for another busy week. In addition to a full time job and college schedule, Lockwood volunteers often.

Staying involved has always been a priority for lifetime Kimballite Jason Lockwood, who continually challenges himself to do more.

"Inertia is a wonderful mechanism," he said. "Things in motion tend to stay in motion and I suppose I am one of those things always on the go."

Born to Jim and Teresa Lockwood, his family has farmed and ranched in Kimball County for four generations. His paternal grandmother, Wilma has lived her entire life in the Bushnell area and farmed there along side her husband.

Virginia Haywood, Lockwood's great-grandmother, ran the cafe in Bushnell for many years. She wa...

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