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The City of Plainview was alerted to a high nitrate test in one of the City wells late last week, and started posting notices to the community Friday, warning of the...
From the NSAA As the fall regular season draws to a close, the NSAA calls upon member schools to host sub-districts, districts, and playoffs for the NSAA. In most...
Members of the “Class of 2033” in the Plainview Public School’s class, led by Katie Wabs, include, back row (l to r): Charlotte May, Charlee Weaver, Elizabeth Polt,...
Submitted ArticleBrunswick Legion Auxiliary Post 357 presented Quilts of Valor to Loring North (U. S. Navy) and Kevin North (USMC, currently serving in U. S. Army...
At the board’s September meeting, the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) Board of Directors voted to officially declare a drought across the district, which...
Chamber, Manor planning trick or treat events for Friday, Oct. 30
Two Trick-or-Treat events have been planned for the community this year, with proper social distancing guidelines in mind for the little ghouls and goblins. Pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News for more details on the Spooktacular events.
Fire week noted at Zion...
On Wednesday, students at Zion Lutheran School in grades Preschool through Second grade were visited by firefighter Brian Bowman. He showed them his truck and explained fire safety and equipment firefighters use to help keep the community safe. Students are taught by Cindy Meyer and Krista Masat. Those participating included, back row (l to r): Firefighter Brian Bowman, Colby Doerr, Samantha Weber, Kirbee Doerr, Raelyn White, Jake Fischer, Jacob Berglund; and front row: Kaydence Doerr, Elliott Doerr, Kally Hodson, Isaac Mueller, Finley Fischer, Hannah Sanne.
Off Pierce County tourney, Lady Pirates hit conference
A lot of matches were scheduled for the Lady Pirates again prior to Conference play that started on Saturday, October 17. To read all about the matches, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Venteicher wins Caring Kind Award for 2020
Kaylyn Venteicher, CHI Health Plainview, was recently awarded as the organization's 2020 Caring Kind recipient. For near 40 years, "The Caring Kind" award has been given to Nebraska's most caring and compassionate hospital employees. The award honors outstanding health care employees who have demonstrated compassion for patients, cooperation with co-workers, and dedication to excellence in their job responsibilities.
Williams New Arrival
Seth and Jocelyn Williams are parents to a new son, Wiley Dale Anson Williams, born on September 4, 2020 at Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk.
He was born at 9:45 a.m., weighing 8 pounds,13.5 ounces and was 21.5 inches long.
He was welcomed homed by two sisters, Quinn and Reece.
Grandparents are Les and Jill Anson of Brunswick and Scott and Dawn Williams of Plainview.
Great-grandparents are Lumer "John" and Glee Bartak of Plainview, the late Darrell and Iona Anson of Brunswick, Kenneth and Darlene Stelling of Plainview and Norma and the late L.D. "Mugg" Williams of Mooresville, Indiana.