Ainsworth Star Journal
Citywide Cleanup Produces 7 Loads of Metal; Next Will Be Household Furniture - April 23rd

Citywide Cleanup Produces 7 Loads of Metal; Next Will Be Household Furniture - April 23rd

Due to the City of Ainsworth abatement nuisance program, the City encouraged all residents to participate read more

Ainsworth Boys Track Team Wins Sandhills Invitational Track Meet

Ainsworth Boys Track Team Wins Sandhills Invitational Track Meet

The Ainsworth Boys and Girls Track Teams competed in the Sandhills Invitational Track Meet at Bassett read more

It’s a ducky Easter! Celebrate at the Valentine City Park with a candy hunt!

It’s a ducky Easter! Celebrate at the Valentine City Park with a candy hunt!

Before heading down to the Valentine City Park, Sunday, April 20, you can help the Easter Bunny wrap read more

Gorillas take team titles at SCC track meet April 8

Gorillas take team titles at SCC track meet April 8

by Coach Kurt Stukel The 2014 track season opened at Gorilla stadium where the SCC meet was contested read more

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Bargain Buyway Coming to Brown County, on Friday - Sunday, April 25th - 27th

Bargain Buyway, the Ultimate Road Trip, is the spring sister of the Junk Jaunt and is held the last weekend of April each year. Bargain Buyway is a 250+ mile loop of North Central and North Eastern Nebraska that started ten years ago. The route covers over 35 towns that participate along Highways 20, 183, 12, 11, 14 and 275. Bargain Buyway is an opportunity to entice people and tourists to our area for a weekend of treasure hunting and sightseeing. Vendors and businesses in each town have specialty products for sale, with garage sales, antiques, old machinery, tools, equipment and food galore. New, used, cherished and abused all will be for sale. Shoppers on the Bargain Buyway route come from Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, and South Dakota as well as all across Nebraska.

Dillon and Morrow Reign as 2014 AHS Junior/Senior Prom King and Queen

During the 2014 Ainsworth Junior/Senior Prom Senior Dylan Dillon and Bailey Morrow were chosen by their peers to reign as the King and Queen.

Forgiven

by Rev. Karen Lynn Woo

Valentine Presbyterian Church

Paul stood next to the coffin of his dead son with tears streaming down his face. “I am so sorry son,” he sobbed. “I am so sorry.” Six months earlier, after discovering he was having an affair with her best friend, his wife had left him. He didn’t think it could get any worse after the judge awarded her custody of their young son but it did. Paul lost his job and became a regular at the local bar. Drinking didn’t improve his life any but it did take away his pain . . . at least momentarily.

City sales tax renewal information at Town Hall meeting, Monday, April 21

The public is encouraged to attend a Town Hall meeting, Monday April 21, at 7:00 p.m. CST, at the Valentine High School Auditorium to discuss community issues. This summer Valentine residents will have the opportunity to vote on renewing the city sales tax that began in 2007. During the Town Hall meeting, information will be presented on where the tax began, what it has accomplished and what it could mean to the future of the community.

Gregory musicians deliver excellent performances in Chamberlain contest

Gregory High School musicians attended the large group contest in Kimball on March 29, 2014. There were 81 musicians participating. They delivered excellent performances during the day. There are 62 students in the mixed chorus, 18 in 8va and 46 in the band. Band director Jared Opp and vocal director Katie Opp led the groups in practice, preparation and performances by the groups.

Opt out defeated for second time

The Gregory School District voters said no to an opt out on property tax limits for the second time last week. The vote was 304 in favor of and 436 against a three-year $300,000 opt out. The election was held on April 8, 2014. The first time an opt out was brought to the voters was in September 2013. It was a three-year $300,000 proposal, too



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