Ainsworth Homecoming royalty was crowned following the Homecoming game with Aracdia-Loup City on Friday, September 11th. The 2020 Homecoming royalty crowned were (left to right) Prince Logan Hafer, King Kaleab Zordowski, Queen Madison Welch and Princess Josie Ganser. Crown bearers for the coronation were Elsie Graff and Barrett Alberts.
A group of ten pilots met at Miller Field in Valentine August 15, 2020. All the pilots were doing some form of training to improve their skills, qualify or renew qualifications that are required for flying a Civil Air Patrol plane. Due to COVID-19 requirements from Nation Headquarters, masks were required.
Mrs. Wonnenberg said a letter was sent home directly with the families that are impacted by COVID-19 Thursday, September 3, 2020, “We prioritized those families first, and we’re working with the health department and will put something out.
One of the most noted insects of summer are the dragonflies. Dozens are sometimes seen on the leeward side of homes on a mid-summer evening, gleening mosquitos and other small insects from the air, and consuming them in mid-flight. Not so often noticed are their close relatives the damselflies. Damselflies stay closer to ponds and streams, and sometimes find themselves prey of dragonflies. Males of most species are territorial, and will defend breeding areas from rivals, allowing only the females within. Their eggs are laid in the water or some other wet substrate depending on the species, and have an aquatic larval stage. They feed many a fish and frog, and in turn eat many other aquatic insects and even small fish. After months or years in the water the larvae will crawl out, usually at night, shed its exoskeleton, and grow two sets of wings; they take flight the ensuing morning.
Each year the Cherry County 4-H Council recognizes individuals who have made significant impacts on the program. Any family or individual involved in 4-H can nominate an individual or a business to receive this special award.