Ainsworth Star-Journal

Area fire departments had a busy week responding to three fires. The first fire was on Thursday, February 16th at the Roger Brede ranch south of Ainsworth.

Two bills proposed for financial and tax restructuring in Nebraska hit a wall of opposition Wednesday.

Who is one of your state’s U.S. senators? The House of Representatives has how many voting members? Who was Susan B. Anthony?

Gregory Times-Advocate

There was a lot of discussion on Initiated Measure 22 which was repealed by the legislature at Saturday’s cracker barrel session in Winner.

Ed Nebola, manager of the Gregory Food Bank, has a new project. He is repairing and cleaning up several hundred trophies and plaques that were in Gregory High School on Rosebud Avenue.

There have been ongoing discussions about reinstating COOL (Country of Origin Labeling). Now one of COOL’s staunchest supporters has started a campaign to get federal COOL laws reinstated.

Sports

The Ainsworth Bulldogs won their last regular season game against Cody-Kilgore on Friday, February 17th. The Dawgs hosted the Cody- Kilgore Cowboys and fell behind by 10 points at half-time.

In a very low scoring game, the Ainsworth Lady Bulldogs were eliminated from Sub-District play by the Creighton Lady Bulldogs, 25 to 30.

RECORD SETTING YEAR!!!
 
• Most pins in a District tournament - 30
• Most pins at a state tournament - 17

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