As Ainsworth Community Schools prepares to open its doors to students for the 2020-2021 school year, many decisions have been made on the safest way to proceed with COVID-19 still having a presence
The Ainsworth Public Library hosted its “Garden Walk” fundraiser on Thursday, July 23rd. Six homes were included in this year’s event - Joe and Betty Nelson, Phil and Karen Herring, Marlene Quinn, Evan Evans and Kim Bejot, Todd and DeAnn Nilson and Mary Ritter.
Ainsworth Area Chamber of Commerce promoted “Christmas In July on Friday and Saturday, July 24th and 25th.” Some businesses put out some Christmas decorations and had great specials throughout their store or had sidewalk sales. It was a great time to start some Christmas shopping. The City of Ainsworth put up some of the decorations on Main Street that lit up the street at night.
During the regular meeting of the Brown County Commissioners on July 21st an email from the Nebraska Department of Transportation indicated a bridge would be recommended to replace the washed out box culvert on Sand Draw.
Brown and Keya Paha County residents are invited to help fill the Ainsworth Food Pantry during the Can Care-A-Van planned for Tuesday, August 4th. The Can Care-A-Van will be held in two locations this year -- Courthouse Park on north main in Ainsworth and the west side of the Turbine Mart in Springview.