Medical Facilities Receive Defibrillators Donated by Ainsworth Thrift Shop

Representatives of medical fields in Brown County (Kneeling - Left to Right) Erica Hasenohr - Ainsworth Family Clinic, Ann Fiala - Brown County Ambulance Association and Jayce Linse - Brown County Special Clinics, received the LIFEPAK® CR2 defibrillators from members of the Ainsworth Thrift Shop - Brown County Hospital Auxiliary (Back Row - Left to Right) Marvin Ohlrich, De Schendt, Lois Steuter, Pam Carroll and Beverly Smith.

Ainsworth Star-Journal

Medical Facilities Receive Defibrillators Donated by Ainsworth Thrift Shop

Representatives of medical fields in Brown County (Kneeling - Left to Right) Erica Hasenohr - Ainsworth Family Clinic, Ann Fiala - Brown County Ambulance Association and Jayce Linse - Brown County Special Clinics, received the LIFEPAK® CR2 defibrillators from members of the Ainsworth Thrift Shop - Brown County Hospital Auxiliary (Back Row - Left to Right) Marvin Ohlrich, De Schendt, Lois Steuter, Pam Carroll and Beverly Smith.

Brown County Hospital, Brown County Specialty Clinic and the Ainsworth Family Clinic were each presented with a LIFEPAK® CR2 defibrillator with LIFELINKcentralTM AED (Automate

Ainsworth Thrift Shop Outlines Donation Guidelines

Clothes, purses, glassware, jewelry, jeans, books and much, much more can be found at the Ainsworth Thrift Shop. Proceeds from items purchased are used to purchase medical equipment for the Brown County Hospital.

The Ainsworth Thrift Shop is a nonprofit organization which is operated strictly by volunteers.

Preliminary Work Begins on Highway 20 Renovation Through Ainsworth

Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) Maintenance Crews and Nebraska Public Power (NPPD) started preliminary work trimming trees and cutting back branches along the south lane on Highway 20

Valentine Midland News

A Royal Celebration

Good Samaritan Pine View crowned their royal court and are pictured from L to R: Duke and Duchess Hugh Wilber and Betty Vackiner; King and Queen Ralph Eatinger and Georgia Belville; Princes

LINCOLN – Governor Pete Ricketts commented on a decision by the Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board, which raised the revenue forecast by $204 million for the current fiscal year FY2020-21

Security First donates food and funds to Northwest Community Action

Josh Krueger and Shelley Pier with some of the food donations that have been collected.

Security First Bank and Security First Insurance in Valentine held a community food drive at the beginning of February, which brought in 214 non-perishable donations.

Gregory Times-Advocate

Friday, February 26, was the deadline to file a petition to run for city council or school board.

The regular meeting of the Gregory City Council was held at 6:00 p.m., Monday, March 1, 2021, at City Hall.

He’s making a list and checking it twice

South Dakota is expected to receive 7,000 doses of the recentlyapproved Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine this first week of March.

Sports

The Ainsworth Lady Bulldog Basketball Team finished the 2020-21 season with a record of 15-8.

Ainsworth Boys Basketball 2020-21 Season Ends in Sub-District Action

Caleb Allen, usually one of Ainsworth’s point leaders, was guarded by Aaron Kraus during the game. Kraus’ strong defensive play held Allen to only seven points.

The Ainsworth Boys Basketball Team had their season end during Sub-District C2-6 play in Neligh.

02/23/21

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