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Nicole Lurz Selected for Girls State

Nicole Lurz, daughter of Darrell and Marta Lurz, was chosen as the 2015 Girls State Candidate by the American Legion Auxiliary Unit #90 of Valentine.

Nicole is a junior at Valentine High School. She is an Honor Roll student, Chadron Scholastic Contestant, Junior Class Secretary, and a mentor.

She is also a member of INTERACT Club, Sand Painters Art Guild, and participated in VHS basketball and volleyball.

As a sophomore, Nicole was inducted into the National Honor Society, and an Academic All-State participant.

 

2015 Academic All-Stars Recognized at Mid-Plains Community College

Fourteen area high school students were recognized during the 2015 Academic All-Stars ceremony Tuesday at Mid-Plains Community College in North Platte.

MPCC, The North Platte Telegraph and the North Platte Area Chamber and Development Corporation sponsor the All-Stars program every year to recognize area students for their educational accomplishments.

The students were nominated by high school principals for the honor, then pared down by a selection committee. In addition to receiving trophies, the All-Stars were presented with goody bags and a voucher for a free three-credit hour summer class at MPCC.

The teachers who have had the biggest impacts on the students’ lives were also recognized. Everyone who attended the ceremony was treated to a lunch in the McDonald-Belton Gymnasium.

The Academic All-Stars include:

Autumn Hild, of Brady, Brady Public Schools

Pamela Felix, of Farnam, Eustis-Farnam Public Schools

Hailey Maline, of Gothenburg, Gothenburg High School

Kevin Tobias, of Lexington, Lexington High School

Jacob Whisenhunt, of Maxwell, Maxwell High School

Abby Werkmeister, of Maywood, Maywood High School

Bethany Vinton, of Mullen, Mullen High School

Hannah Hays, of North Platte, North Platte High School

David Trierweiler, of North Platte, St. Pat’s High School

Megan Trierweiler, of North Platte, St. Pat’s High School

Luke Walz, of Stapleton, Stapleton High School

Joslyn Burke, of Sutherland, Sutherland High School

Kelsey Higgins, of Thedford, hometown listed as Valentine, Thedford Public Schools

Mickayla Sheets, of Wallace, Wallace High School

 

Power Surges Addressed Tuesday

A few power surges around Valentine on Tuesday led the City of Valentine to a brief power outage around 2:30pm.  Areas affected by the planned power outage was Bias and Green Streets west to the Catholic church, and several streets running north and south of 6th Street.  The brief power outage was planned in an effort to fix the power surge issue affecting residents.  The City of Valentine thanks you for your patience as they solved the problem.

   

Another Scam Reported to KVSH

A listener informed KVSH about a scam that came through the mail disguised as a real estate property deed notice. The listener checked things out with the courthouse and no one was aware of the service. The false document lists a piece of property on file at the cherry county courthouse and asks for money in exchange for a copy of the current grant deed and property assessment profile. They ask that you pay by phone using a toll free number or online or by mail. Once again this is reportedly as scam using the postal service for delivery. The documents may look official, but do not respond.

 

 

Volunteers at New Golf Course

 

Work is beginning to pick up on the new community golf course for Valentine. A reminder that any volunteers that work on the project need to a signed waiver form on file at city hall. The waivers are available at city hall or at the studios of KVSH Radio. Volunteers might be asked to do everything from manual labor to operating some equipment.

There will most likely be some organized work days at the new course and some volunteers might be called on an 'as needed' basis. Please make sure that you have the signed waiver at the city before working on the site. All volunteer labor is appreciated.

   

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