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Cherry County Hospital Foundation Pancake Feed Raised Nearly $2000

The Cherry County Hospital Foundation Pancake & Sausage Feed was the most well attended feed since it's inception. They raised $1975, which goes towards Biodex, a highly sophisticated machine used in the physical therapy department. Brent Peterson, CEO/Administrator of the Cherry County Hospital, visited with Mike Burge during the pancake feed. They thanked everyone in the community who came out to support the Cherry County Hospital Foundation, and all of the donors that made it possible.

 

2016 Parade Results

A large number of entries highlighted the 2016 Cherry County Fair.

In Antiques: 1st: Terry Osnes, 2nd: Interstate Feeds "Fallen Heroes", 3rd: Licking Family

Youth: 1st: Town & Country 4-H, 2nd: Julie's Daycare, 3rd: Outriders 4-H

Club/Organization: 1st: Sandhills Piecemaker Quilt Guild, 2nd: North Star Services, 3rd: Bad Wolf Fire

Horse: 1st: Lady Wranglers, 2nd: Tinant Ranch & Outriders, 3rd: Tinant Granddaughter Wagon

Commercial: 1st: Security 1st Bank, 2nd: Union Bank, 3rd: Valentine Vision Center

Honorable Mention: Chief Miller - Chasing Donuts!

 

 

KVSH Fair Winners

Thanks to all who came out to the Cherry County Fair and stopped by KVSH's booth. KVSH gave away $300 in beef and several other prizes. Stop by the studio at 126 W. 3rd Street to pick up your prize. Winners are as follows:

Coleman Cooler full of goodies, including picnic supplies and $50 beef draft (a $200 value): Chuck Tetherow

$50 Coachlight Gift Certificate: Mandi Morrison

KVSH Ballcaps: Harold Lurz and Shane Keller

$25 Beef Drafts: Lonnie Lenser, Myranda Schipporeit, Lila O'Keefe, Carla Cooley, Morgan Johnson, Carol Johnson, Sarah Stacy, Michelle Perrett

Thanks again to everyone that participated!

 

   

Valentine ED Sponsoring Housing Meetings

 

The Valentine Economic Development Board, in cooperation with USDA Rural Development will host a Hometown Housing Opportunities meeting in Valentine on August 17th at 12 noon at The Niobrara Lodge. Attendees will learn about rural development housing programs, home financing, owner occupied home repair loans and grants and other programs. Lenders, realtors, home builders and families interested in purchasing a home are encouraged to attend. There is no cost to attend, a light lunch will be provided. For more information contact Mike Burge at 402 376 6842.

 

Valentine Chamber of Commerce Crazy Day Winners

The Valentine Chamber of Commerce announced the winners for the Crazy Day Giveaway, where receipts from shoppers were drawn to reimburse up to $200 in Chamber Bucks. The winners were:  April Bacon, Stacee Farmer, Janessa Sawyer, Heidi Russell, Linda McNutt and Jennie Nollette. They thank everyone who participated along with the local businesses. Join the Chamber for the watermelon feed, which will be on Saturday (August 13th) at 6pm at the Cherry County Fairgrounds.

   

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