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With school just around the corner, the faculty and staff at Plainview Public Schools have been working hard to ensure a safe and healthy return on August 13th. While...
Plainview’s Zoning Board gathered for their regular meeting on Monday August 3rd at 7 p.m. in the library conference room. Along with approving recommendations for...
From the IANR A Nebraska staff member was part of a dramatic rescue at Plainview Country Club in Plainview, Nebraska on June 27. Scott Holly, professional golf...
By: The PHS Administration team We are within a month of the day most everyone has been anticipating for months...a resumption of school and the “normalcy” of a routine...
An updated look for the Plainview News website, www.theplainviewnews.com, was launched last week, bringing a new style and increased functionality to the paper’s online...
Age wins over Juniors ... (some how)
Dusting off their “old” and squeezing into their “used-to’s” the dads, coaches and “older” Plainview baseball players gathered their gear for a game against the Plainview Junior’s squad last week. When the dust had settled, the “old guys” had won over their younger counterparts on the Junior Legion team, 12-10.
10U girls softball closes winning season
The Plainview Lady Pirate 10-and-under girls softball team drew their shortened season to a close in July, with a total record of 6-3. “The girls played some very good softball this year, while learning to pitch,” said Coach Blake Nincehelser, “This group of girls have a very bright future in the game of softball.”
Team members included, front row (l to r): Kennedy Watson, Katelynn Mosel, Kinley Hodson, Pressley Alexander, Rylee Nincehelser; and back row (l to r): Coach Blake Nincehelser, Lucea Miller, Ashlyn Forbes, Kara Lingenfelter, Riley Miller, Kenadee Doerr, Tessa Webber, and Coach Kelly Lingenfelter.
Mason honor 50-year member, Sirek
Members of the Plainview Masonic Lodge No. 204 recently traveled to Orchard to present a 50-year-membership pin and certificate to Hoyt Sirek.
Sirek joined the Masonic Lodge in Orchard on March 12, 1970. Brother Gale Retzlaff, Plainview Lodge #204 Worshipful Master, presented the award.
Brother Sirek became a member of Plainview Lodge #204 from the consolidation of lodges in 2018.
Sunday Zion ladies aid and Priscilla Society honored the confirmands and graduates with a taco bar and desserts. New members and congregation were all invited.
NECC to require masks in session
Northeast Community College continues to put plans into place to begin the fall semester on August 17. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans have been developed to include appropriate social distancing and classroom safety protocols. Pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News to read the full story.