NORDEN—A rancher near Norden received the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum’s award for tree-planting December 16.
Valentine Midland News
Remember. Honor. Teach. The 13th annual Wreath’s Across America ceremony was cancelled due to COVID-19. But that didn’t stop people from decorating their loved one’s graves at Mount Hope Cemetery for Christmas Saturday, December 19, 2020. The ceremony recognizes our service men and women this time of year. Our fallen have taught us the meaning of duty, honor, courage, and commitment. May we remain thankful for the freedoms that we have. More photos are on page 17.
Celebrate the many gifts of Christmas! Remember, Jesus loves you more than “to the moon and back!” His gift to us is pure love!
Sharon Kreycik taught the children of this inner-city church the story of Mutu and his salvation. She is pictured center by the doorway. To the right was the interpreter who shared the story with the youth.
Sharon Kreycik was asked to speak at the Kilaatu Baptist Church, something she’d trained on 39 years earlier at a Bible college in Oklahoma.
Joye Dicharry, Sharon and Joe Kreycik’s daughter, hugs Rhoda after her home on the ROCK is completed!
Some of us have and make plans for our lives and it goes just the way we’d like. For others, there can be deviations in that plan.
Governor Ricketts laid out the threshold for change in the Directed Health Measures (DHMs) which are tied to the percentage of staffed hospital beds in Nebraska filled by coronavirus patients. On December 12, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., Nebraska moved from the orange level, which is 20-24.99 percent coronavirus hospitalization rate, to the yellow level, which is 15-19.99 percent.