Secretary of State Bob Evnen has decided to mail an early ballot application to every registered voter whose county did not already do so. The effect will be every registered voter in Nebraska will receive an early ballot request application in the mail. “For voters who have concerns about voting at the polls in November, an early ballot request for a mail-in ballot is a good option,” said Secretary of State Bob Evnen. “Anyone who wishes to vote early should request their ballot as soon as possible.”
The Ainsworth City Council met on August 12th for a regular meeting.
Test Nebraska has announced it will be offering FREE COVID-19 testing at the Cherry County Hospital weekly for the next three months.
Connie Lentz sent these two funnel cloud pictures to the Ainsworth Star-Journal on Thursday, August 13th. Storm clouds started building north on Ainsworth early in the evening and by 7:30 p.m. the storm had built up and produced funnel clouds.
As the new 2020-21 school year begins at Ainsworth Community Schools, Kindergarten Class of 2033 teacher Mrs. Fernau welcomed her students. Students in her class this year are: (Front Row - Left to Right): Briggs Hladky, Rowan Alberts, Toby Crooker, Henry Mashburn, Jett Hansmeyer, Jamesin Ashcraft and Lorena Perez; (Back Row - Left to Right): Iris Lentz, Sofeah Magill, Calin Goochey, Carter Johnson, Landon Arens, Carlos Sanchez, Clayton Ferris and Mrs. Fernau.