With Football and Volleyball continuing in an exciting season, FCCLA events taking place, and introductions to new school staff, it can be hard to keep up with events. If anyone wishes to get weekly faithful news, they had best swing by the Plainview News' website to sign up! Consider subscribing today: In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Plainview news online anywhere! https://www.theplainviewnews.com/.../page/subscriptions
There's some new Staff at Plainview's Public Schools, and they'd like to introduce themselves! If you want to stay up-to-date on more news concerning Plainview's schools, or learn more about the staff, then please consider signing up for your weekly copy of the Plainview News.
The Plainview Pirate Cross Country team traveled to Ord on Friday, Sept. 23. The team had three medalists at the Chanticleer event... To learn more, consider purchasing your copy of the Plainview News, or signing up for the e-edition at: ThePlainviewNews.com/subscriptions
A number of special “joint public hearings” are planned throughout northeast Nebraska this week – for a special, additional time for taxpayers to discuss the proposed tax levy requested by governmental subdivions that have “gone over” a newly-set limit for expenditure growth for the coming year. Interested? Then be sure to sign up for you weekly copy of the Plainview News.
The Plainview Pirate cross country teams traveled to Norfolk Catholic the second week of September, and O’Neill this past week, with some personal improvement, and a few medals... To get the rest of the story, grab your copy of the Plainview News, or sign up for the e-edition!
The Plainview Junior High girls’ volleyball team traveled to Neligh on Monday, Sept. 19 to take on the Lady Warriors, with all three teams winning their games. Please consider getting your copy of the Plainview News for more of the story, or sign up for the e-edition today!
Get your copy of this week's Plainview News, and read the articles that accompany these headlines: “Joint Public Hearing set for next Tuesday at Library”, “Author Barnes coming to town”, "Third grade Lady Pirates making rounds in league play”, “Pirate X-C team runs at Norfolk, O’Neill ” “Junior High Lady Pirates sweep N-O Lady Warriors”, and so many more! Consider subscribing today: In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Plainview news online anywhere! https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
The Zion Lutheran School graduating class of 2035, starting in Kindergarten this year, of Mrs. Cindy Meyer includes, Landon Doerr and Braxtyn Prauner. Students in the year’s Plainview Public graduating class of 2035, starting in Kindergarten this year, of Rhonda Arlt and Sage Wortman include... To learn more, be sure to purchase this week's edition of the Plainview News, or sign up for the e-edition to receive news digitally. https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
The Plainview News' YouTube channel has just released the footage from the latest City Council meeting that was held on September 13th! To see it you can simply follow the link below (and don't forget to subscribe and share!): https://youtu.be/1W9vSnUB0JI
The Plainview Pirates fell to the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Bears, marking the team’s first loss of the season, and putting their record at 2-1, with the road game, 48-14. To learn more about the game and see more photos from it, be sure to not only get this week's edition of the Plainview News, but to also swing by SmugMug! You can freely view professionally taken photographs from the game (along with past and future games), and even purchase custom prints in all shapes and sizes. Simply follow the link below! Any purchase supports your local news and greatly is appreciated: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Plainview-News/FB-JV-Plainview-vs-TCNE-2022/
Get your copy of this week's Plainview News, and read the articles that accompany these headlines: “Pirates Fall on Road Against Bears”, “Fisherman Hooks Fossil at River Event”, Arts Council Kicks Off Season with Meyer Event”, “Mentor of the Month is Hytrek,” “Lady Pirates Fall to Flyers, Beat Creighton”, and so many more! Consider subscribing today: In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Plainview news online anywhere! https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
The “Prodigal Sons” will lead the church service at the 2022 Pierce Old Time Threshers Bee on Sunday, September 18, at 9:00 a.m. The service will be held in the County Fairgrounds Pavilion and is free to attend. Please consider getting your copy of the Plainview News for more of the story, or sign up for the e-edition:https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
The Plainview Pirate Cross Country team ran last week at Niobrara State Park. Pirate results included: Kyler Mosel—18:19 (5th), Jordan Mosel—19:00 (9th), Brett Norris—19:07 (10th), Roni Prewitt—28:00 (19th),Carter Parr—29:56 Get the whole story in weekly edition Plainview News!
This week has been busy, with Homecoming, football, volleyball, and the expansion of the Klown Doll museum! The Plainview News is here to keep everyone updated with faithful, weekly news - one simply needs a subscription! An annual e-edition can be purchased for only $20, and if you already have a subscription, simply pay an extra $5! If someone is out of State but still wants news about Plainview, the e-edition is added for free. For more details, follow the attached link: https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
The Plainview Junior High Pirate football team hosted the Osmond-Randolph Hawks on August 29, winning 22-6 over the visiting team. If you'd like to learn more about the game, please consider signing up for the Plainview News! Photos from the game can be viewed and purchased at: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Plainview-News/JH-football-versus-OsmondRandolph-2022/
Two local leaders in their respective industries, AKRS Equipment Solutions and Zipline Brewing Co, have joined forces to create a new beer – AKRS Ale – “proudly made for the hardworking Midwest farmer.” For more on the story, please purchase your copy of the Plainview News!
Staff from Frontier Insurance of Plainview took the Plainview High School Agronomy class out for some “hands-on” learning this past week. The field trip taught the kids a little about doing corn appraisals in the field... For more details, read about it in the Plainview News!
Plainview's been busy with football and volleyball games, taking home many wins! To receive information about what's going on and stay updated on past and upcoming games, please consider signing up for you weekly edition of Plainview News. You can purchase stand alone copies, or pay for a basic, inside Nebraska subscription for only $40. Plus, for only $20 you can purchase an annual e-edition, or if you're already subscribed, simply pay an extra $5! If you're out of State but still want news about Plainview, you can add a free e-edition on top of your paid subscription. If interested, follow the link below and sign up now: https://www.theplainviewnews.com/o/the-plainview-news/page/subscriptions
Football and Volleyball season is in full swing, with Plainview carrying many early victories! This also means you'll want to be getting professional photographs from past games (like Plainview's football game against Wakefield) or future ones! No worries, the Plainview News has got you covered with the SmugMug feature now provided! Order custom prints in all shapes and sizes using professionally taken pictures from public events, be it sports, town festivals, or school celebrations. Simply follow the link below to get the product you need, and to help support your local news: https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Plainview-News/FB-versus-Wakefield-2022/ https://paperandink.smugmug.com/The-Plainview-News/VB-at-Wakefield-2022/
The Plainview Pirate Cross Country team traveled to Hartington-Newcastle for their first meet of the year with one medalist for the team! Want to read about it? Then be sure to pick up your own copy of this week's Plainview News, and sign up for the e-edition to get it digitally!