Valentine Midland News

Quilts of Valor

Olivia Beel presents her Quilt of Valor to LeRoy Semin.

Quilts of Valor

Rylee Ward awarded a quilt to Pat Schemmer.

Quilts of Valor

Hailey Witte awarded a quilt to Gilbert Witte.

Quilts of Valor

Rhonda Cherry awarded a quilt to Lewis Johnson.

Quilts of Valor

Judy Roosa (not pictured) awarded a quilt to Bill Marshall.

Quilts of Valor

LeRoy Semin as a young sailor aboard the USS Yorktown.

Quilts of Valor

Kate Cox awarded a quilt to Bob Lower.

Quilts of Valor

Jocelyn Jordan awarded a quilt to Daniel (Butch) Fanning.

Quilts of Valor

Rylee Wackler awarded a quilt to Adam Wackler and was accepted by the family.

Quilts of Valor

Judy Roosa (not pictured) awarded a quilt to Ray Blackford.

Quilts of Valor

Rylee Wackler awarded a quilt to Michael Reagle that was accepted by the family.

Quilts of Valor

Ruby Shelbourn awarded a quilt to Tom Entwisle.

Quilts of Valor

Will Cox awarded a quilt to Jerry Henderson.

Quilts of Valor

Will Cox awarded a quilt to Willie Jo Holmes that was accepted by his family.

Quilts of Valor

Will Cox awarded a quilt to Keith McCormick that was accepted by a friend.

Quilts of Valor

Christen Larson-Malard awarded a quilt to Lee Malard.

Quilts of Valor

Wesley Willert awarded a quilt to Bob Stetter.

Quilts of Valor

Kate Cox awarded a quilt to Jim Edwards.

Quilts of Valor

announcements, Anniversary Christen Larson-Malard awarded a quilt to Glenn Huddle. or Birthday...

Quilts of Valor

Judy Roosa (not pictured) awarded a quilt to Ryan McSweeney.

Quilts of Valor

Do you know who celebrated a birthday on October 13? Here’s a clue – it’s not a person! It’s the United States Navy. October 13 marks the birthday of the United States Navy.

Record setting cold hit the area, along with 4.8 inches of snowfall

Record setting cold hits Cherry County as a rare Arctic air mass moved into the High Plains region. Photo by Laura Vroman

Record setting cold hit the area, along with 4.8 inches of snowfall

According to NOAA Weather, a rare series of Arctic air masses moved into the High Plains region starting October 22, 2020. Record low temperatures were seen across the region. Along with the cold air mass, a weekend long duration snowstorm also moved across the state bringing heavy snow. Some of the heaviest snow fell across the western Sandhills where a report of 14 inches occurred 8 miles WSW of Lewellen.

Red Cross blood donors have new opportunity to help patients fighting COVID-19

Plasma from whole blood donations made through the American Red Cross that test positive for COVID-19 antibodies may now help current coronavirus patients in need of convalescent plasma transfusions. Donors are encouraged to make an appointment to give blood now to help ensure coronavirus patients and others who depend on transfusions have needed blood products this fall.

I have COVID-19

All spring and summer we have been trained to fear the dreaded COVID 19 virus. Anyone over the age of 60 would have serious problems, those over 70 would end up—DEAD. Only the lucky and very healthy would survive.

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