Members of the Ainsworth Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to welcome Commodity Solutions, Inc. to the Ainsworth business community. Wilbur Juett, a commodities broker, has opened Commodity Solutions, Inc. at the GroVantage building east of Ainsworth on Highway 20. Juett said he will be in the office Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and will be available by phone on Tuesdays and Thursdays along with after hours at 402-382-3565.
On January 20, 2016, a Town Hall meeting was held in the lunch room at the school to identify priority issues of importance to the residents of the community and the county. With the input of approximately 90 participants in attendance, plus the input of high school student during an afternoon session, the following priority issues were identified to be addressed:
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There is a national shortage due to the recent awareness of the Zika virus. Many previous donors who have traveled are not eligible to donate for a period of time. We strongly encourage anyone interested in donating, to please contact Jeanie Cozad for an appointment for Thursday, May 5, or use RapidPass! The American Red Cross heroes come in all shapes and sizes. They don’t wear capes or special suits, and their badge of honor is the bandage that shows they gave the “gift of life.” The Red Cross encourages eligible donors to become hometown heroes and answer the call of patients in need by donating blood.
We LOVE our stuff...but sometimes there’s simply too much of it and it needs to find a new home...file 13 anyone (aka the trash)? To help you find a new home the City Council announced free dump days, April 29-30, and May 1! NK Waste located on 313 Development Street will be open to take your stuff from 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Friday; and from 9:00 - 4:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
The Harper Family, an awardwinning bluegrass gospel group, will perform in Gregory on Friday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. at the 4-H building in the Gregory City Park. From a season spent traveling with the whole family to a ministry multiplied for the kingdom of God, the Harper Family is on the road with their God’s Word in Song tour.
When concert goers walk into the auditorium Thursday evening, they’ll see more than musicians. They’ll see a crimson red curtain across the stage that replaces an old, torn, faded brick-colored one that was installed in the mid-eighties. The cost of the main curtain, the black side and back curtains, the hardware and installation is $12,900. The city and school split the cost.