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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...
By: Sandy Schroth Special to the News Brunswick residents will see an increase in the cost of water on their next village bill. The village board of trustees...
The Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park near Royal will reopen to the public with limited hours and timed tickets beginning July 1. Additional restrictions will apply...
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.
Darnall on National Champ team
The Norfolk Golden Girls team, coached by Andy Severance, Jim Wichman and Jim Vrbsky, came out as Champions at the 2020 Girls Class B 14 & Under Northern Nationals Tournament. Along as a team member was Plainview’s Lauren Darnell, daughter of Steve Darnall and Nicole (Weber) Darnall of Plainview. To read more on the tournament, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
A ribbon cutting was held at the new Dance Bright dance studio on Highway 20 last week. Those attending were (l to r): Marcia Gauchat (Brighton’s grandmother), Rylie Meuret (Brighton’s husband), Courtney Retzlaff (City of Plainview), Marie Meis (Pierce County Economic Development), Judith Grey (PCED), Brighton Meuret, Bruce Curtiss (Chamber President, Curtiss Law), Susan Norris (PCED), Ashley Dendinger (Plainview Family Pharmacy) and Stephanie and Jeff Kathol (Brighton’s parents). Photo by Amy Dummer, News Staff.view image
Eastern Star award presented
Members of Mt. Vernon Chapter #84, Order of Eastern Star, traveled to Orchard to present 50 year pins to Hoyt and Arlene Sirek.
They joined Eastern Star at Orchard, July 16, 1970. Nebraska Grand Chapter issued the pins and certificates. They were presented by Joan Alexander, Worthy Matron and Gale Retzlaff, Worthy Patron.
Arlene Sirek served as Worthy Matron of Sunset Chapter #300, five times and held multiple offices at the local level. She served as a District Grand Supervisor and a Grand Representative to Iowa.
Hoyt Sirek held the office of Sentinel for a number of years.
Both are members of Mt. Vernon from the consolidation of Chapters in 2018.
Baileyz BBQ business purchased by Laurel restaurant owners
Longtime Plaiview residents, Dale and Cheryl Bailey, first started selling Baileyz BBQ sauce at Bailey's Drive Inn back in 1999. Around the first part of June, the couple decided to sell their business to Scott and Christy Taylor of Laurel. Be sure to pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News to read more.