Ainsworth Community Schools Board of Education - Jim Arens, Mark Johnson, Frank Beel, Jessica Pozehl, Scott Erthum and Brad Wilkins met in regular session on Monday evening, January 11th.
Sharon Kreycik was asked to speak at the Kilaatu Baptist Church, something she’d trained on 39 years earlier at a Bible college in Oklahoma.
Joye Dicharry, Sharon and Joe Kreycik’s daughter, hugs Rhoda after her home on the ROCK is completed!
A giant rock was placed near the well that won’t run dry. The Dicharry family is pictured with the villagers. They named the well Mizpah which means a covenant between two that can’t be broken.
Sharon Kreycik taught the children of this inner-city church the story of Mutu and his salvation. She is pictured center by the doorway. To the right was the interpreter who shared the story with the youth.
Some of us have and make plans for our lives and it goes just the way we’d like. For others, there can be deviations in that plan.
Catching fish through the ice can be a fun way to spend a winter day. Winter days are shorter, so any time spent outdoors is a bonus. But with ice-fishing, safety always should come first.
With the holidays over and college football nearing its end, it comes down to ice fishing for an activity. The weather has been cold enough to form ice and yet mild enough to make it very comfortable to be on the ice. These ice fishermen were on Yellowthroat WMA on Sunday morning, January 3rd.
As of December 21st, 8,985 Nebraskans have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine since the first shipments began arriving in the state a week ago, according to the Nebraska Department of He