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With Spring in full swing, it will soon be time for another exciting sports season for the Plainview Pirates boys' and girls' track teams, and you'll want to stay up to date. To stay informed, pick up your copy of The Plainview News or sign up for our e-edition!
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Spring is now in full bloom, which means that the Plainview Pirates golf team is ready to tee off! The 2021-22 Pirate golf team includes: Camden Dummer, Landon Hansen and Leighton Medina, Ethan Rix, Xander Albin, Derek Rix, Reagan Choat, Harrison Thor and Emma King. Want to stay up to date for future sports events? Feel free to visit theplainviewnews.com to sign up for your weekly updates!
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Pirates Golf Team
Kenny and Paige Albin of Plainview are parents to a new son, Myles Kenneth, who was born to them on March 18. He was born at 7:48 a.m., and he weighed 8 lbs., 15 oz., and he was welcomed home by big sisters, Hazel and Ellison. Grandparents Kreg and Renee’ Mitteis of Orchard and Terri Albin of Plainview. Great grandparents are Arvid and Renita Erb of Orchard, Bill Mitteis of Royal and Marge May of O’Neill.
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The Nebraska School Activities Association recently released the Winter 2021-2022 NCPA Academic All-State Award listings for the local school. Since 2006, this NSAA Award has been presented to recognize students who meet criteria in the academically and in the activity for their school. Each year the NSAA and the NCPA recognize students during Fall, Winter, and Spring Seasons who are nominated by their schools for their individual academic excellence, leadership, and significant contributions in their NSAA activity At Plainview Public Schools, this year’s list included: Boys Basketball: Leighton Medina Brendan Weber Girls Basketball: Brittani Gutz Heather Pendergast Girls Bowling: Marlena Curtiss Speech: Brittani Gutz Heather Pendergast Wrestling: Scout Ashburn Tanner Frahm Like staying up to date? Then don't forget to pick up your next edition of the Plainview News or sign up for our e-edition!
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NSAA Academic-All State awarded
The Plainview Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department hosted its annual Junior Fire Patrol on Tuesday nights during March for all Plainview fifth-graders. The group spent time in classes learning about types of fires, fire protection devices, dangers of smoke and a host of other instructional classes, and, on the final night, March 29, the group completed its “test” and named the Chief and Assistant Chief for the year. This year’s Chief was Gracelynn Lingenfelter, and this year’s Assistant Chief was Katelynn Mosel. For more news and information, pick up your copy of the Plainview News, or sign up for our e-edition!
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This year’s Junior Fire Patrol graduates included (l to r): Chloe Mullins, Jaden May, Kassidy Fernau, Stephanie Enriquez, Macie Darnall, Kara Lingenfelter, Pressley Alexander, Rylee Nincehelser, Alaina Lingenfelter, Kinley Hodson, Connor Slater, Jake Zuhlke, Connor Montgomery, Maddyn Ickler, Braden Bruha, Lincoln Forbes and Ethan Kemnitz; standing, Assistant Chief Katelynn Mosel, and seated, Chief Gracelynn Lingenfelter.
Gracelynn Lingenfelter (seated) was named the 2022 Junior Fire Patrol Chief this year, and the Assistant Chief was Katelynn Mosel. The two were the winners of the annual part of Fire Patrol where tickets are returned noting fire hazards in locations visited.
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The FCCLA Plainview Community Easter Egg Hunt has been set for Saturday, April 2nd at 10:30 a.m. at the Plainview Elementary School Playground. For more information about the event, get your copy of the Plainview News or sign up for our e-edition!
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Easter egg hunt at Plainview elementary school
The Plainview Arts Council will be hosting a performance by “The String Beans” – a musical group with family-friendly songs for all ages – on Thursday, April 7 in the Plainview High School Auditorium. The performance will begin at 2 p.m., and the event is free and open to the public. The String Beans provide music of pop, country, rap and rock’n’roll for a wide variety of audiences with a wide variety of family-friendly songs about “all the things kids love” – animals, cartoons, food, science, sports and more. From the band’s information “Each show is hilarious, inclusive and spontaneous, and each catchy tune is designed to get every audience dancing and singing along.” The event will be sponsored by the Plainview Arts Council with support of the Nebraska Arts Council and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment.
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String Beans performing in Plainview
The school will be conducting a safety drill on March 30th at the end of the school day (and more specific instruction will also be provided to students on the day of the test). Elementary students will all need to be picked up by their parent/guardian or another designated adult at their evacuation site between the hours of 3:15 and 3:45. Highschool students will head west to Locust and drive up to City Office bldg. where spotters will then call for your kids and get them out to you as quickly as possible and then continue West on Locust St. or head North on King St. toward Hwy. 20. For more information, pick up your copy of the Plainview News, or sign up for our e-edition!
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School to conduct safety drill, specific instructions given for March 30