Ainsworth Star-Journal

Among the numerous items on the April 11th Ainsworth City Council agenda were snow removal on Main Street and consideration of a street sweeping contract.

On Friday, April 13th, the weather took a turn for the worse when there was rain, sleet, lightning, thunder, snow and strong winds throughout the day.

The Crystal Gala, this year’s Ainsworth High School prom, will be held Saturday, April 21st.

Valentine Midland News

The presentation by the Nebraska Game and Parks, Wednesday, April 11, 2018, about their on going research of the mountain lion in Nebraska was informative, dispelled myths, and at times, was entert

The Valentine Public Library was barely visible at 3:00 p.m. Friday, April 13, 2018. Snow squalls were pounding the area, making visibility difficult.

Gregory Times-Advocate

Seventeen-year-old Isaac Barreto is the son of Arturo and Jill Barreto and brother to Eli and Luke.

Friday, April 6, began with a bitter eight degrees making it hard to believe we are in spring. As the next week progressed, we saw more spring-like weather.

Dale Reber, Gregory County Veterans Service Officer, presented Leo Krieger with a special medal from the State of South Dakota to living World War II veterans.


The Ainsworth High School Track and Field Team claimed 1st and 2nd place during the North Central Invitational in Bassett on April 10th.

Golfers from Ainsworth, Valentine and West Holt took advantage of April 10th’s warm weather and made-up the Ainsworth Triangular that was originally scheduled for March 29th.

The Valentine Track team traveled to the Sandhills\Knights Invite April 10, 2018, at Rock County High School.

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