With COVID-19 running rampant throughout the United States and World, Social Distancing appears to be the best way to keep from being infected. Ainsworth and Brown County
A group of Community Healthcare Leaders, Ainsworth Community Schools, City of Ainsworth, Brown County Sheriff and a representative from the Ainsworth Ministerial Association met at the Brown County Hospital on Wednesday March 11th, to discuss the concerns that everyone in our community has regarding COVID-19 and the impact it may have on our community.
City of Long Pine Doing Their Part to Help Long Pine Students with Wi-Fi During the COVID-19 Pandemic
During the Long Pine City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 17th, Council Members Linda Alberts, Teresa LeMunyan and Aaron Miller (Kathy Papstein being absent), voted to offer the City Office for Long Pine students accessibility to the City’s Wi-Fi for free, during the COVID-19 Pandemic while school’s are closed. The students must have adult supervision with them during the office business hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Social distancing felt a little less distant for Cottonwood Villa residents this weekend, when local individuals of all ages, showed up to play in the snow outside the windows, as they built snowmen, forts and snow angels, for all to enjoy!
At the Annual Meeting of the Farmers Ranchers Coop (FRC) on March 11th, patrons were told the only option for Farmers Ranchers Coop to avoid liquidation was to merge with Central Valley Ag (CVA).