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With the recent increase in COVID infection reports, a movement to orange on the North Central District Health Department’s risk dial, and some “dialed back” Directed...
Five communities across the state are set to receive grants from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED) under the Downtown Revitalization (DTR) funding...
CHI Health will implement additional visitation restrictions which started Wednesday, Nov. 4. This most recent move comes in response to the rising number of COVID-19...
Submitted Article The winter season is upon us, which for many means holiday celebrations filled with family and friends. This builds anticipation for those good times;...
The Plainview Social Center released information on its social media page this week noting that the Center would be closed, effective Monday, Nov. 2, with a plan to open...
"Oh, [coniferous] Christmas Tree"
By: Pam Bergstrom, Forester, Nebraska Forest Service
"Ph Christmas Tree! Oh Christmas Tree! Where Did You Come From?" So, when the Christmas Trees start to go up, or get taken down, do you ever ponder "Where did the Christmas Tree tradition come from" Well, today we will take a quick look at the history of the Christmas tree. The full story can be found in the latest edition of the Plainview News, available now.
Veterans honored amid restrictions
Plainview Public Schools hosted the 2020 Veteran's Day program in a special way this year-still honoring veterans during the yearly recognition, but releasing the entire program online. To read about the online program, including where to find it, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
The family of Larry Pellatz has requested a card shower in honor of his 80th birthday on December 1. His family includes LuAnn (Tony) Doerr of Brunswick, Sandy Mosel of Orchard, Penny (Steve) Westover of Harrison, Daniel (Denise) Pellatz of Ashland, Wendy (Chad) Meisgeier of Omaha, and Amy (Jerad) Knott of Doniphan, 19 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Cards and well-wishes will reach Pellatz at 85772 528th Ave, Neligh, NE 68756.
The family of Ken and Darlene Stelling has requested a card shower in honor of their 60th wedding anniversary on November 27th, 2020.
They were married at Zion Lutheran Church in Plainview.
Their children include Dan (Melinda) Stelling of Pierce, Deb (Kip) Duerst of Norfolk, Denise (Mark) Wragge of Plainview, Dawn (Scott) Williams of Plainview and Dean (Melissa) Stelling of Norfolk. They have been blessed with 13 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
Cards of congratulations will reach them at 407 North Main, Plainview, NE 68769.