Ainsworth Star Journal
Ainsworth Schools Host Veteran’s Day Program To Honor Veterans

Ainsworth Schools Host Veteran’s Day Program To Honor Veterans

The Annual Veteran’s Day Program was held in McAndrew Gymnasium on Tuesday, November 11th to honor read more

Newcombe Performs Magic Show for Royal Theater

Newcombe Performs Magic Show for Royal Theater

Travis Newcombe performed a Magic Show with all proceeds going to help with the rebuilding of the read more

Thank you veterans for our freedoms

Thank you veterans for our freedoms

by Laura Vroman With a snap of her fingers, Mother Nature changed from an Indian Summer, to brutal single read more

Gorillas claim 9AA championship title

Gorillas claim 9AA championship title

by Coach Brian Allmending The Gregory Gorillas are state champions for the first time since 1998 after read more

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Brown County Sheriff’s Office to Participate National “Click-It or Ticket” Campaign

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office, through funding by the Nebraska Office of Highway Safety, will be participating in the National “Click-It or Ticket” Campaign. The Enforcement dates for the campaign are November 24 - 30, 2014. The campaign is a national program to increase public awareness and make our roadways safer.

Ainsworth City Council Approves $260,000 in LB 840 Loan Funds

At the regular meeting of the Ainsworth City Council on Wednesday, November 12th, the Council approved two LB 840 loan applications. The first was $60,000.00 for professional recruitment, which will be used for providing benefit packages to perspective professionals that relocate to Ainsworth. These professionals are generally medical such as doctors, dentist and more.

You have the opportunity to win $500 at Holiday Preview November 23!

by Laura Vroman

Time passes swiftly; as of the paper date, there are only 37 days left until Christmas morning. That means you have 37 days to put up the tree, write out Christmas cards - and mail them, make cookies, bars and treats, plan Christmas dinner, and figure out what everyone is going to get.

Order your remembrance wreath by November 26 for the Wreaths Across America program to be held December 13

Every year, balmy, windy, or down right freezing, local coordinators meet at Mount Hope Cemetery to honor our local American heroes with remembrance wreaths. The National non-profit Wreaths Across America is working hard to ensure that no veteran is forgotten this Christmas season.

Juracek opens liquor store in Gregory

The Big Ass Liquor and Casino is the newest business in Gregory. It is located on Highway 18 between Gregory Building Center and Cenex. Wade Juracek owns the liquor store. “We offer full service and a bigger selection at a fair price,” he said. Beer, wine, liquor and other beverages are available.

Kelsea Kenzy Sutton joins Gregory law firm

Attorney Kelsea Kenzy Sutton has joined the law firm of Johnson, Pochop and Bartling. She’s a general practice lawyer. Said Sutton, “It’s a great firm. They are wonderful people to work with. She explained, “We handle criminal appointments, federal employment discrimination law, estate planning, civil litigation, personal injury, family law, things like custody and divorces.



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