Ainsworth Star Journal
Storm interrupts power for 12 hours

Storm interrupts power for 12 hours

A winter storm rolled into the area Sunday night beginning with rain and turning to snow throughout read more

Pabst and Woodworth named Hometown Heroes!

Pabst and Woodworth named Hometown Heroes!

Local Modern Woodmen members honor hometown heroes December 5, 2014. The location was at the Coach Light read more

Ainsworth Lady Bulldogs Pick Up Two Wins

Ainsworth Lady Bulldogs Pick Up Two Wins

The Lady Dawgs handed the West Holt Lady Huskies a resounding defeat on December 12th, 64 to 23, in read more

Arrests Made on December 8th by Brown County Sheriff and Nebraska State Patrol

Arrests Made on December 8th by Brown County Sheriff and Nebraska State Patrol

Residents in the Ainsworth area may have seen a lot of activity by the Brown County Sheriff’s Office read more

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Larry Rice, Brian Williams and Chuck Osborn Given Oath of Office for Ainsworth City Council

After concluding the old business, City Attorney Rod Palmer presented plaques to outgoing Mayor Russ Moody and Councilman Jake Adkisson. Russ Moody served as Ainsworth Mayor for 12 years and Jake Adkisson served as a Councilman for four years.

Climate and Population Change Concerns for Irrigation Practices in Nebraska

By Angela Hensel

For many ag producers in Nebraska, especially in the western part of the state, irrigation is a necessity. "Without irrigation, at least half the state would probably be unable to produce irrigated crops," said Alan Corr, University of Nebraska-Lincoln extension educator for West-Central Nebraska.

Reaching out to those in need

Local Modern Woodmen of America members recently provided assistance to St. John’s Food Pantry. The Valentine Modern Woodmen Chapter 9239 donated $250 in food items as part of the organizations Care and Share program.

Our pastors share a Christmas message

by Pastor William L. Hunt

If your a parent, you understand the excitement and the nervousness that comes along with having a baby. Each one of our children brought about its own unique circumstances. I am sure that just like all expecting parents, Mary and Joseph’s experience was no different, they too found this to be an exciting and nervous time. I want to challenge you briefly with these thoughts.

Holiday events in Gregory continue in the week before Christmas

Entertainment scheduled A Christmas cantata will be presented at the Gregory United Methodist Church on Saturday, December 20 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 21 at 10:45 a.m. Free movie showing The Chamber is sponsoring a free Saturday movie matinee for kids on December 20 at the Gregory Cinema. The movie starts at 1:00 p.m. Santa Claus makes his appearance before the movie from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Sleigh bells jingling, carolers singing

Grandview plans move ahead

The Gregory City Council met on Monday, December 15, 2014. Mayor Maurie Schlaht chaired the meeting. The council members present were Seymour Studenberg, Shana Flakus Stacey Boes and Tim Mills. Blane Bartling and Chad Peck were absent. City finance officer Al Cerny and water superintendent Alex Hamilton also attended. Main Street business front During committee reports the council discussed the boarded up windows on a building in the commercial section of Main Street. The city code compliance actions that are possible will be considered at the next meeting. Grandview Phase I finance plans move ahead

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