Ainsworth Star-Journal

Old tires came in by truck, trailer and pickup loads to the Tire Amnesty Day held at the KBR Solid Waste on Friday and Saturday, October 12th and 13th.

Following a 26 to 18 victory over the Boyd County Spartans, the Homecoming Royalty was crowned with Jon Barrow (left) crowned Homecoming King and Megan Appelt (second from left) as Homecoming Queen

Following a 26 to 18 victory over the Boyd County Spartans, the Homecoming Royalty was crowned with Jon Barrow (left) crowned Homecoming King and Megan Appelt (second from left) as Homecoming Queen

Valentine Midland News

LINCOLN - Public access to one of the most beautiful spots in Nebraska is assured for another 25 years.

So much in our society has changed, including relationships. In the past what happened behind closed doors pretty much stayed there.

The Open House and Ribbon Cutting for glass recycling is in the books. This marks the beginning. Glass is heavy and takes a lot of room.

Gregory Times-Advocate

Being a custom harvester is definitely a lifestyle choice.

You would have to start pretty early in the year to get a jump on Chad Stevicks.

Kara Connot has announced her candidacy for the position of Register of Deeds for Gregory County.

Sports

Coach Nelson led the high school in a “team huddle” during the Pep Rally.

 

Homecoming week for the Ainsworth Bulldog Volleyball team meant a win during their home triangular, and two more wins at the Valentine Tournament.

The Cowgirls played the Lady Longhorns, winning in four sets. At the net is Senior Kacie Kursave. The Cowgirls have a 15-3 record for the season.

 

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