Ty Diedrichsen took the first touchdown against LHNE last week.
“Going the Distance”
1973 team to be honored
Chengs first on Arts Council 23-24 program
Lady Pirates sweep Flyers at home
Jacson King and Spencer Hille work past the Wildcats.
Lady Pirates Open With Five Set Nailbiter, Host Round at Home
Michael Food Representative-Mitch Todd and some of our superstar readers from last spring-Shay Miller, Harper Stec & Jaden May
Fundraiser For Peterson This Weekend At Fire Department
Hannah Darnall Up For a Spike Against O’Neill.
Youth Survey Results Indicate Preference For Small Towns
Pierce County takes 10.75% increase, most between 6-9%
Lisa Montgomery, APRN, has opened Medical Esthetics in downtown Plainview at Pure Revival Salon.
Pastor Joan Alexander leads the Pirate Alumni gathered for the golf tournament in the annual memorial service to commemorate those alumni that had passed since the previous year.
Rachel Harder, 13, of Plainview and her AQHA mare, All Star Royal Wimp were the Champions in the Western Pony Pleasure class.
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Hoffmann Family Farm members
Gene and Velma Thomsen Hall of Fame (center, with plaque), and family.
Those members of the Class of 1963 that attended the get-together at Mary's Restaurant during the Klown Days weekend included (l to r), back row: Lonnie Rea, Terry Hoffart, Steve Lorenz, Jim Mullins, Larry Furstenau, Kenny Kuhl, Warren Westrom, Gene Peterson, Duane Christiansen and Wayne Rasmussen; middle row: Richard McCrady, Lois (Saathoff) Scott, Keith Johnson, Charlotte (McMahon) Pierce, Linda (Joyce) Johansen; and front row, Cherlyn (Krause) Hillrichs, Julie (Steinkraus) Johnson, Nancy (Schwanebeck) Hornbeck and Judy (Curtiss) Rasmussen.
Back row (left to right): Coach Carl Hoffman, Cody Hoffman, Kobe Maertins, Colt Hoffman, Ethan Kemnitz, Lincoln Forbes, and Coach Crystal Hoffman; and front row (left to right): Connor Montgomery, Tate Frahm, Cinch Forbes, Preston Dobbler, Colt Frahm, and Maddyn Ickler. Not pictured: Jake Zuhlke, Jett Nelson, and Angel Vega.