The 2020 Junior Pirate football team played its first game at home Sept. 13 against the Creighton Bulldogs. The team includes, front row (l to r): Ethan Kemnitz, Garret Christensen, Jake Zuhlke, Caleb Thayer and Josiah Barron; second row: Jaxson Thompson, Connor Montgomery, Lucas Weber, Jaxon Jelinek, Colt Hoffman, Adryck Stewart, Beau Krause, Dalton Mozak and Aiden Hansen; third row: Collin Montgomery, Blake Foster, Colt Kromarek, Braedon Kment, Zach Frahm, Beau Johnson, Jensen Kumm, Dominic White and Cole Christensen; fourth row: Wyatt Schroth, Jaegar Frahm, Bastion Curtiss, Hunter Meyer, Aiden Hamilton, Max Weber, Cody Hoffman and Kohen Lingenfelter; and Coaches: Patrick Thompson, Ward Frahm, Wyatt Frahm, Abe Meyer and Kevin Lingenfelter. Not Pictured: Carson Davids, Coach Dallas Hansen
Alt new State Farm agent At the end of June, long-time Plainview State Farm Agent, Bob Arlt, announced his retirement. Prior to his retirement, State Farm approached Annette Alt, who has been a State Farm Agent for 10 and a half years, and her husband, Andy, to expand their territory to serve the Plainview area. The full story can be found in the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Plainview Manor residents back home after COVID outbreak The Plainview Whispering Pines Assisted Living has 10 residents living in the facility. On September 8, one of the resident's tested positive for the Coronavirus. Since testing positive, the resident has been moved from their room and is no longer in the facility. The other residents are remaining in isolation and were tested for the virus with the results coming back negative. To read the full story, including an update on the manor residents, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Council approves budget for 2020-2021 fiscal year City council members approved the city budget and tax request for the 2020-2021 fiscal year during their meeting on September 14th at 6:30 p.m. at the city library. The council also approved two other pieces of business, the first being a wage increase for Interim Police Chief Jerry Newumann for his additional responsibilities, and the hiring of a maintenance worker for the city. The full minutes from the meeting can be found in the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Horst, Hammer named 2020 Pirate Homecoming Queen and King Seniors Lucas Hammer and Hailee Horst were named the Plainview Public Schools Homecoming king and queen during the ceremony held on September 10 at the Pirate football field. To find out who was part of the homecoming court, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Zuhlke 50th Wedding Anniversary The family of Eugene and Deb Zuhlke of Brunswick have requested a card shower in honor of the couples 50th wedding anniversary on September 18. The couple was married on September 18, 1970, and their children include: Carol (Tom) Ulrich and family of Blair; Heath Zuhlke and Sharon of Brunswick; Dustin (Jill) Zuhlke and family of O'Neill and April (Brook) Curtiss and family of Plainview. Cards will reach them at 85919 526 Ave, Brunswick, NE 68720.
New Arrivals: Woita Eric and Katie (Goetzinger) Woita of Plainview are parents to a new son, Holt James, born on July 24, 2020 at Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk. He was born at 3:48 p.m., weighed 8 lbs., 4 oz. and was welcomed home by Kerrigan, 1. Grandparents are Chad and LaNette Goetzinger of Plainview and Jan, and the late Gary Woita of Atkinson. Great-grandparents are Dee Goetzinger and Larry and Mary Petersen of Plainview and Dorothy Barlean of David City.
Nelson retires from Air Force after 20 years of service Jarrod Nelson graduated from Plainview Public Schools in May of 2000. During spring semester of his senior year, Nelson enlisted in the Military in February and left for basic training in August. In Nelson's 20 years of service, he is about to face his biggest challenge, retirement. To read the full story on Nelson's time serving the country, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
1982 X-c record broken The Plainview Pirate Cross Country team took to the field for their first events of the season last week with great success. One of the major highlights for the runners was the breaking of a school record that has stood since 1982, which was broken by Jordan Mosel at the Niobrara-Verdigre meet, with his run of 17:59 in the 5k race. To read all about the team's meets, including who held the previous record, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Plainview Fitness under new management Jamie Stark, Bret Clausen, and Tyler Holton opened Plainview Fitness 24/7 back in 2018 and two years later, on August 17, Plainview's Brandon Myers purchased the business and became the new sole owner. To read what Myers had to say about his new business, including what equipment the fitness center offers, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Controlled burn set for Grove Lake area From the NEG&P Prescribed burns are planned in the upcoming months on some Nebraska Game and Parks Commission wildlife management areas if weather conditions allow. Pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News to find when burns are planned for certain wildlife areas.
New educators join Pirate Crew... Several new staff have joined the Plainview Pirate crew at Plainview Public Schools this year, including, back row (l to r): Mary Abbenhaus, Math; Dani Janke, library para; Haley King, Art; McKenzie Hostert, Title I; Crystal Hoffman, first-grade; Mike Pardun, Health and Fitness and Terri Haselhorst, Choir; and front row: Shiann Hansen, English; Dani Steinkraus, Elementary Para and Bernice Yilk Library Media Specialist.
Knaaks win Two-Man scramble The Two-Man Golf Scramble was held last Saturday with 27 teams filling the course. The 27 teams were divided into three flights. First place in the first flight was Tim and Jay Knaak with a 61. To read all about the scramble and corn hole tourney, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Women softball tourney champs... A Plainview ladies softball team was recently crowned tournament champions in the Northeast Nebraska Women’s Slowpitch League. Members of the team include, front row (l-r): Brittany Waldow, Brittany White, Abby Krueger, Jen Hodson and Ashlee Masat; and back row (l-r): Nicole White, Sonya Legate, Sara Krueger, Randee Rix and Kari Ekberg. Not present are Katlyn Horras and Whitney White.
Kenny and Paige Albin of Plainview are parents to new twins: Ellison Renee` (left), and Hazel Paige (right), born to them on July 20, 2020. Hazel Paige Albin was born at 7:51 a.m., was 6 lbs., 5 oz. and 19 ¼ inches long, and Ellison Renee` Albin was born at 7:53 a.m., was 5 lbs., 8 oz. and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are 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.
2020 Nebraska farmland values stable Nebraska Ag Connection Farmland values held steady in the first half of 2020 in the Corn Belt states of Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming says Deb Stanbro, president of the Iowa Chapter of American Society of Farm Manager and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA) and an appraiser at FCSAmerica. Stable demand for land, decreased sales volume, and low interest rates continue to provide support and the market adjusted to pandemic induced social distancing. The full story can be found in the Agriculture section of the Plainview News.
Community Service now a Graduation Requirement By the time a student is ready to graduate from Plainview Public Schools, he or she has to have a total of 240 credits. Plainview Public Schools has recently implemented community service for grades 9-12 as part of the graduation requirements. To read the full story, including what Principal Schmidt had to say about the new requirement, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Boyer receiving cancer treatment in Omaha Word was received last week that longtime Plainview resident, teacher, and Pirate wrestling head coach Dean Boyer had been suddenly diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia-Subtype M5, and has begun receiving treatment at the Buffett Cancer Center in Omaha. To read the full story, including a benefit being planned for the Boyer family, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Masks required for return to school The Plainview Board of Education voted affirmatively on Monday evening to require staff and students to wear masks when they come back to school on Thursday, August 27. To read all about the new requirement, including what "risk dial" color Pierce County is, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
The Plainview Public Schools athletic games are going to be streamed this year. The games can be streamed by following the link on the Plainview Public Schools Facebook page or by following the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxZC5SjXwyEKN-XLf4oGpAA Tonight, the Lady Pirates volleyball team will compete against the Winside Wildcats with the live stream starting at 6:00 p.m.
City, CHI host picnic in park In lieu of the Klown Festival this year, CHI Health Plainview Hospital staff and the City of Plainview staff hosted a free barbecue in the park in an August 8 event. The Klown Festival festivities were canceled because of COVID-19 concerns in June, but with some social distancing, and some masks and gloves, members of the community were still able to celebrate unity in a small way this year. Troy Johnston cooked hot dogs and Curt Hart grilled hamburgers with a host of hospital and city staff helping serve and even provide curb-side pickup of the meals.
Frontier Insurance hosts Plainview FFA... Staff at Frontier Insurance in downtown Plainview played host to a group of Plainview FFA youth to a local field plot for some hands-on learning prior to the school year. With the help of an adjuster, the staff helped the kids review staging and the wind/hail damage that has been in the area. The youth learned about lodging, green snap, hail, cut offs and defoliation. They also split into pairs and counted their own percentage of loss and payable losses. Another trip had been planned as well, for the youth to review appraisals, bin measurements and possible harvest losses.
IRS.gov for federal payments The Internal Revenue Service continues to look for ways to help people who were unable to provide their information in time to receive Economic Impact Payments for their children. As part of that effort, the Internal Revenue Service announced it will reopen the registration period for federal beneficiaries who didn't receive $500 per child payments earlier this year. Be sure to pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News for the full story.
The family of Allan and Lois Norris are requesting a card shower for them as they look back over their last 60 years of marriage. The Norris’ were we on August 28, 1960. The couple has four children: Cliff (Laura) Norris of Norfolk; Dean (Kim) Norris of Correctionville, Iowa; Scott (Jamie) Norris of Plainview and Jill (Eric) Meyer of Creighton. They also have nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Cards will reach the couple at 306 N. 4th St., Plainview, NE 68769.
Bowling added to NSAA winter activity roster The school board met for their regular monthly meeting on Monday, August 10. At the meeting, board members passed a motion to approve both a boys and girls varsity bowling team for the upcoming school year. To read all about the new sport, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Plainview project funded by grant While in York last week, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced the recipients of $10,251.498 in awards from the Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust Fund (NAHTF) for 2020. To read all about the funds, and when the NAHTF was established, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Open Class Winners The Pierce County Fair and the UN-L Extension agency have released the names of those Open Class winners who took high honors at the recent festivities in Pierce at the fairgrounds. Those Open Class winners included, back row (l to r): Sylvia Furstenau, Piecemakers Award, Textiles; Jenna Albers, best overall food; Alexis Sindelar, best photo; Jill Heemstra, canning champion; Kathy Duval, sweepstakes food; Marj Leach, best bread; and front row (l to r): Hendrix Molacek, youth flowers; Luke Burmeister, youth photo; Sharon Pint, judges choice, textile, best of county in textiles; Deb Wragge, best textile; Deb Brunssen, best cut flower and farm products. Not pictured: Hallie Meyer, youth food and textile; Terri Sudbeck, superintendent’s choice, textile; Nita Meyer, best potted plant; Jessie Evans, best in class, fine arts; Hannah Reick, youth fine arts; Wyatt Schroth, youth farm products.
Youth competes in National High School Finals Rodeo Jessica Stevens has been competing in rodeo competitions for 12 years and recently competed in the National High School Finals Rodeo in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The rodeo started on July 17 and wrapped on July 23. To read the full story, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Social Center still unable to open From the Senior Center By Diane Elwood, Manager Many know that the Plainview Social Center has been closed to the public since March 17 because of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has been a struggle and we know that many of you are missing the socialization. The staff, along with the volunteers, are missing all of the visiting as well. The social center has been asked why they are not open yet and to find out why, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Workman's dropped, tort still remains Plainview's City Council held a special meeting on Thursday, August 6 at 7:00 p.m. at the city library for the purpose of discussing employment of the Police Chief, the disciplinary hearing, and legal strategy related to pending or imminent litigation. Several lawyers were also in attendance via Zoom to represent both the city and Police Chief Yosten. To read the full story of what happened at the meeting, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Council okays Tarr contract The City Council held their regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the city library to review and approve City Administrator Jeremy Tarr's contract, along with other items of business. To read the important terms on Tarr's contract, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Ashfall closed this week Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historic Park near Royal will temporarily close to the public starting August 12 for planned construction. The museum and park will reopen August 19. To read what the crews will be working on, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
School Board talks policies and guidelines for students/events Board members held their regular monthly meeting on Monday, August 10 at 7 p.m. in the High School media center. Many of the discussion items and reports were related to the school's opening, and with how the Covid-19 pandemic would change regular routines and policies for teachers and students. The full minutes from the meeting can be found in the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Covid outbreak reported at Manor Following a closed session portion of the Plainview City Council meeting on Tuesday, August 11, Manor Administrator Juleen Johnson reported a statement concerning the facility and a confirmed Covid-19 infection. To read more on the outbreak reported at the manor, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Age wins over Juniors ... (some how) Dusting off their “old” and squeezing into their “used-to’s” the dads, coaches and “older” Plainview baseball players gathered their gear for a game against the Plainview Junior’s squad last week. When the dust had settled, the “old guys” had won over their younger counterparts on the Junior Legion team, 12-10.
10U girls softball closes winning season The Plainview Lady Pirate 10-and-under girls softball team drew their shortened season to a close in July, with a total record of 6-3. “The girls played some very good softball this year, while learning to pitch,” said Coach Blake Nincehelser, “This group of girls have a very bright future in the game of softball.” Team members included, front row (l to r): Kennedy Watson, Katelynn Mosel, Kinley Hodson, Pressley Alexander, Rylee Nincehelser; and back row (l to r): Coach Blake Nincehelser, Lucea Miller, Ashlyn Forbes, Kara Lingenfelter, Riley Miller, Kenadee Doerr, Tessa Webber, and Coach Kelly Lingenfelter.
Mason honor 50-year member, Sirek Members of the Plainview Masonic Lodge No. 204 recently traveled to Orchard to present a 50-year-membership pin and certificate to Hoyt Sirek. Sirek joined the Masonic Lodge in Orchard on March 12, 1970. Brother Gale Retzlaff, Plainview Lodge #204 Worshipful Master, presented the award. Brother Sirek became a member of Plainview Lodge #204 from the consolidation of lodges in 2018.
Sunday Zion ladies aid and Priscilla Society honored the confirmands and graduates with a taco bar and desserts. New members and congregation were all invited. Confirmands Pastor Bucklew Andrew Bucklew Marque Albion Ethan David's Brooke Rafert Makenzie Doerr Front row Diana Scott Ashley Wacker Graduates Pastor Bucklew Matthew Doerr Nathan Christiansen Abigail Rafert Clarissa Wacker
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.
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.
Brozeks compete "in tandem" For Kirk and Katherine Brozek of Plainview, last Saturday's completion of the triathlon in Crofton's Dam Race was a first in more than one respect-the couple competed using a tandem kayak and tandem bicycle. To read more about the tandem kayak and bicycle, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Sand courts get renewing facelift The Plainview Park Board recently finished, with assistance from the City of Plainview, the Plainview Telephone Company and West Hodson Concrete, a complete renovation and upgrade of the city's sand volleyball courts in the Band Shell Park. To read what work was done, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Phase IV DHM invoked From the NCDHD Based on monitoring trends in COVID-19 data, the North Central District Health Department jurisdiction will move to Phase IV of the Governor's Directive Health Measure (DHM) starting August 1, 2020. To read more, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
New Website and Mobile App coming! The website may take a new look for some of you this week as we launch our new website and mobile app. It will likely cause some disruption for a few days - so email or call if you have any issues. Look to the paper next week for an update!
Highway 81 work scheduled Weather permitting, the railroad crossing on US-81 located just north of the US-20 junction will be closed beginning at 8:00 a.m. on May 27 for approximately one week to allow for replacement, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. Traffic will be detoured utilizing US-20, N-121, and N-59
Highway closed near Laurel Weather permitting, work will begin the week of May 18 on N-15, between the junctions of N-15/N-59, and N-15/N-84, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. To read more, including what work will be done, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Larry Knaak retires from coaching PHS golf After coaching boys' golf for 50 years and girls' golf for 21 years, longtime Plainview resident, Larry Knaak, has made the decision to retire from coaching boys' and girls' golf at Plainview Public Schools. To read the full story, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
PPP forgiveness term now open From the SBA The U.S. Small Business Administration, in consultation with the U.S. Department of the Treasury, released the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Application and detailed instructions for the application. To read more, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
NCDHD holds test locations Two testing locations were hosted by the North Central District Health Department last week, to help those with symptoms determine if they were infected with COVID-19 or not. To read how many tests were reported, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Academic All-State awards go to numerous Pirates The Nebraska School Activities Association has announced the student recipients of the Spring 2019-2020 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association Academic All-State Awards. To read the list of Plainview winners, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Parks now open, Pool to be determined The Plainview City offices closed Chilvers Park and Band Shell Park on April 2. On May 11, the parks re-opened, but at your own risk. The city is not going to sanitize the equipment. Plainview City Council members will discuss the swimming pool at the June council meeting on June 9.
Celebrating EMS Week The Plainview EMS Squad includes (right to left): Val Neuhaus, Chris Burger, Lois Patras, Mary Pehoviack, Lois Lubke, Kris Mann, Brian Bowman, Ann Daudt, CJ Prewitt, Valerie Tarr, and Courtney Retzlaff. Not pictured: Charlie Doerr. Anyone wishing to volunteer with the Plainview EMS Squad should contact any member pictured here or directly to Valerie Tarr. National EMS Week runs from May 17-23, 2020.
Wells resigns, council approves grants Plainview's City Council held their regular monthly meeting on May 12. The council reviewed a full list of action items over a wide variety of business items. To read what items the council discussed, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Memorial Day program canceled The Plainview American Legion Post #148 has canceled the 2020 Memorial Day service. The flags and memorial markers will still be on display at the cemeteries in and near Plainview. To read more, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
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The Class of 2020 was featured with a special parade on Saturday evening, May 16, culminated by some fireworks at the Plainview football field with parents along the parade route and in their vehicles during the fireworks. A regular ceremony has been planned for July 11, assuming that the DHM restrictions will be lifted by then. A digital graduation ceremony was posted on the school's YouTube channel with seniors crossing the stage in caps and gowns to receive their diplomas "on time." More pictures can be found on the news social media pages.
From the Nebraska State Activities Association: The NSAA Membership voted 31 to 20 FOR adding Bowling as a sanctioned NSAA activity. The NSAA Membership voted 28 to 23 AGAINST adding Girls Wrestling as a sanctioned NSAA activity. The NSAA Board of Directors voted 7 to 1 to add Girls Wrestling as an EMERGING sport. Complete results from the 2020 NSAA Representative Assembly are available on the NSAA website at https://nsaa-static.s3.amazonaws.com/textfile/leg/repmin.pdf.
Responses to 2020 Census will help local communities The 2020 Census counts every person living in the United States and five U.S. territories. The questionnaire takes about 10 minutes and is safe, secure, and confidential. To read the full story, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Pierce County remains with few confirmed cases North Central District Health Department would like to provide an update to district residents on a case adjustment. To read the case counts per county for the NCDHD as of May 9, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Board approves 1:1, summer work Board members discussed summer improvement projects, took action on implementing a 1 to 1 digital device program for students, and handled several personnel actions for the school's staff. Pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News to read more.
Tom Kuether moves to General ballot Unofficial election results on late Tuesday night moved one Republican candidate for Pierce County Commissioner forward to the General Election this November. To read the rest of the story, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
All Class Reunion canceled to 2021 The 2020 Plainview All Class Banquet has been canceled for this summer, and rescheduled for June 5, 2021 with the classes of 1970 and 1971 both being honored as the "50 Year" classes. Organizers considered moving the event, but too many of the honored classes were unable to meet, or canceled as well.
Legion Auxiliary names essay contest winners The Plainview American Legion Auxiliary, Unit #148 again sponsored their annual essay contest. This year's topic was "How can we address the health and well-being of our veterans, military, and their families?" To read the list of contest winners, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
Festival postponed until August 8-9 The Plainview Chamber of Commerce has decided to postpone the 2020 Klown Festival from the first full weekend in June to a date in August. To read more on this postponed event, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
School graduation plans announced PHS 7-12 Principal Kyle Schmidt announced tentative plans for a graduation ceremony. The date to celebrate the seniors will be July 11 and the school is hopeful to have prom on July 24. To read the full story, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News.
"Blackout Bingo" made to help local eateries The Pierce County Economic Development card allows for customers to patronize businesses that serve food, cross off what they've order (with receipt as proof) and once the card has been blacked out, they can be entered into a drawing. Find the bingo card on the front page of the latest edition of the Plainview News.
North Central District Health Department (NCDHD) was made aware of the first positive COVID-19 case in Pierce County. NCDHD has initiated contact investigations and have been rapidly assessing potential exposures to determine next steps. At this time, NCDHD believes this case is contained. NCDHD has been in communications with all identified close contacts and they are in self-quarantine (staying home) and will be actively monitored twice daily by public health officials. Additional details on the case will be shared as they are acquired.
"Quarantine Cooking" newest channel Plainview Public Schools Junior High/Senior High School Principal, Kyle Schmidt, has been busy working alongside Mrs. Heather Thompson and Dr. Darron Arlt to ensure students and staff have a successful semester online. But when Principal Schmidt is not working at school, he can be found at home cooking with his five year-old daughter, Harper, on their own YouTube channel. To read this story in its entirety, pick up the latest edition of the Plainview News. Or, find this story in our e-edition which can be found at theplainviewnews.com