Ainsworth Volunteer Firemen were called to a house fire at the residence of Sharon Goff at 122 West Dawes Street in Ainsworth around 11:55 a.m. on Tuesday, November 26th.
Paying a visit to Santa Claus during the Ainsworth Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored event, Brianna Starkey seems to be enjoying her discussion with Santa.
Valentine Midland News
Security First Insurance held a Ribbon Cutting for the opening of their eighth agency. Security First Insurance is a full service agency with the ability to place home, auto, commercial, farm\ranch, life, health and crop coverage said Managing Agent Becky Haller whose office is located in Rushville. “We’re licensed in Nebraska and South Dakota for all lines of insurance. Security First Insurance has a team of experienced agents that specialize in various insurance topics available to assist our clients at anytime.”
by Sandy Benson
Forest Fuels Management Specialist, Nebraska Forest Service Residents of the part of Valentine that suffered the most structural losses in the 2006 Big Rock wildfire met recently to learn about Firewise Communities/USA, and decided to pursue participating in the program.
The Region 2A Oral Interpretation Contest was held in Pierre on Tuesday, November 26. Among those selected to participate in the state festival are Gregory High School students, back row, l to r: Josh Wagner, Josh Haugen and Dowain Kerner.
The Gregory City Council met on Monday, December 2, 2013. Mayor Maurie Schlaht chaired the meeting. The council members present were Tim Mills, Chad Peck, Shana Flakus and Seymour Studenberg. Blane Bartling and Stacey Boes were absent. Finance officer Al Cerny and public library director Diane Althoff also attended the meeting. Sewer rate changes coming The council continued the discussion they started at the last meeting about changing sewer rates to meet the state’s minimum charges. That’s essential if the city is to be eligible for state grants and low interest loans.