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* Make a difference in Brown County AND in your life. The Brown County Sheriff’s Department is the perfect place to take your career to the next level. Their officers are part of a talented, dedicated team that works tirelessly to protect and serve all Brown County Residents. With a variety of exciting career opportunities now available including full time Deputy and full and part time Correction Officer-Dispatch positions, you can find ‘your place’ with the Brown County Sheriff’s Department! Not only will they provide competitive pay and an excellent benefits package for full time employees, they offer outstanding training opportunities and a chance to make a real difference, helping to make Brown County a place that’s safe for ALL people. Stop in at the Sheriff’s Office in Ainsworth to pick up your application or call 387-1440 for more information. They are an
Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Good Life – Great Opportunity. Enhance the quality of life for Nebraskans as an entry Level Highway Construction Technician 1 with the Nebraska Department of Transportation in Ainsworth. Experience is preferred but not necessary as they are willing to train the right person to conduct on-site construction inspection and survey for transportation projects. Your hard work will be rewarded with a friendly and supportive work environment that encourages creativity and innovation. They provide training and career development, advancement opportunities, ample paid time off, work-life balance and next level benefits that include a matching retirement contribution. It’s essential to consider the entire package. You may be applying for a job, but you will want to stay for a career with the Nebraska Department of Transportation. To learn more call 387-2471. For a complete job description and to apply log on to NDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Make your next move matter! The Rock County Long Term Care in Bassett is accepting applications for a full time unit clerk, Monday through Friday – flexible hours. Position is eligible for hire-on bonus and offers benefits to include health insurance, paid sick and vacation. Contact Katie Shifflet by emailing or call 684-2991. Find and submit your application online by going to If you want to work with a close-knit staff where you are treated like family, then come see what it’s like to be a part of a legacy of caring!

* The Brown Co. Hospital Home Health is in search of a Home Health Director. They provide exceptional, compassionate care where people are most comfortable: at home. The Director of Home Health plans, organizes and directs the department in delivering care in accordance with regulatory requirements. Must have good leadership and management skills as well as tact in dealing with patients, families/caregivers, medical staff and the public. Must be licensed to practice as an RN in the State of Nebraska and hold a valid drivers license. Experience preferable, on the job training and mentoring available. Job entails a 40 hour work week with on call requirements. If you are highly motivated and dedicated to continuous quality improvement and compassionate care, this could be the position for you. Contact Lisa Fischer, HR or Geri Johnson, Home Health Director for more information by calling 387-2800 or email or Deadline for applications is February 3, 2023. The Brown County Hospital, 945 East Zero Street in Ainsworth – quality in community healthcare.

* Central Nebraska Community Action Partnership is looking to fill a full time position as an “Ainsworth Little Paws Preschool Home
Visitor”. A competitive wage is offered as well as an outstanding benefit package, but what’s more, it’s a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others, providing assistance and support to families enrolled in the program, attain knowledge of resources available in the community and build and strengthen partnerships with community entities. Qualified individuals must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Nebraska Drivers License and a working phone. Previous experience working with families with preschool age children preferred. For your application or to learn more, call HR at 308-745-0780 ext. 0 or apply online at Positions will remain open until filled. Equal employment opportunity/Affirmative Action.

* Are you considering a career change in 2023? Ainsworth Family Clinic is seeking to hire a licensed practical nurse in the clinic setting. Must have excellent communication skills. Will be responsible for assessing the needs of each patient and caring for and treating patients in medical need as directed by a physician or midlevel provider. Must be flexible to meet patient and provider needs. Candidates with licensed practical nursing education/experience, or currently enrolled in a program preferred. This is a full time position eligible for benefits. If interested please
complete an on-line application at OR pick up an application at the Brown County Hospital. If you need more information contact Erica Hasenohr at 387-1900 or Lisa Fischer at 387-2800. Email or Applications must be received by January 16, 2023. 

*  It’s a New Year – is it time to consider a new job? The Brown County  Hospital is accepting applications for a full-time maintenance position. Candidates with general knowledge of building maintenance techniques, experience with tools, machinery, plumbing, electrical, welding, basic carpentry and HVAC preferred. A competitive benefit package is offered. Applications due by January 16th. If interested contact Lisa Fischer or Corey Schroedl at 402-387-2800 or email
of You can also fill out an
application online by going to the hospital website,

* RN Full time night charge position. Come join the caring and
compassionate Nursing Team at the Brown County Hospital and make a difference in the lives of many. Charge Nurse differential,
self-scheduling, every 3rd weekend with weekend differential and a
substantial night shift differential, education assistance, tuition
reimbursement and benefits all included. They’re also seeking to hire PRN CNAs for days and nights. Night and weekend differential also available. Applications are due by February 1st. If you have any questions contact Brandi Bussinger, Director of Nursing or Lisa Fischer, Human Resources at the Brown County Hospital, phone 387-2800 or email or

* Put your passion and talent to work with GJW, llc. a global leader in the swine industry. They’re continually seeking highly motivated individuals to join their team offering career opportunities in a variety of areas: equipment operators, financial analysts, Wildlife management and forestry specialists, range technicians, vehicle and facility maintenance and YES animal production too. Their dedicated team encompasses people from diverse backgrounds and experiences working together to produce high quality pork. Above average compensation, great benefits and room to grow. From teens to retiree’s and everyone in between – GJW, llc is always
accepting applications and resumes for hard working individuals. Applying is easy. Stop by their 300 North Main Office to pick up your application or for more information call 382-3333.

* Full time Surgical/Specialty Clinic RNs or LPNs. Come join the Surgery or Specialty Clinic team at Brown County  Hospital. Successful candidate must be highly motivated and dedicated to continuous quality improvement. If you’re interested in making the difference in the lives of many, apply today. You can complete an application by going to the hospital website or you can contact Lisa
Fischer, HR or Jayce Linse, RN by calling the hospital at 387-2800 or email or Applications are due by February 1.

* Big opportunities with small town agri‘Culture’. Being a part of Bejot Feedlots is joining a legacy of people who have a love of agriculture, progressive animal husbandry and hard work. As they continue to grow, they are always looking for hard working people to join them. They are currently looking to fill a full time ‘feeder’ position. Cattle are their business – but their people make the difference. Stop by the office to pick up your application or call 387-2236 and visit with Randal Rathe at Bejot Feedlots, just west of Ainsworth.

* Are you seeking meaningful work? Come be a Champion of Care at The Sandhills Care Center. By focusing on the things in life that matter most, Sandhills Care Center employees are empowered to provide a level of care that is almost unheard of in today’s work environment. Due to an internal promotion, Sandhills Care Center is in need of Charge nurses. Negotiable starting wage, pay differentials and a benefits package is available for all full time employees that includes insurance. For a full job description and qualifications or to submit your resume, please contact Penny Jacobs by calling 387-1294 OR email Come make a difference in the elder community and be a part of a growing facility! The Sandhills Care Center in Ainsworth, where they are proud to put people first.

* New Year – New Career – New Opportunities! If you’re searching for stability, better pay, a great work/life balance and outstanding benefits, The Nebraska Department of Transportation has an exceptional opportunity for a Hwy. Maintenance Worker in Springview! Experience in the operation of heavy equipment or farming background is preferred but not required as successful applicant will be trained to operate various types of Highway
maintenance equipment. Must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid drivers license. A Class A CDL will be required within 6 months of hire, NDOTs paid CDL training will put you on the fast track to advance your career and your pay check. If you possess a Class A CDL, you’ll receive senior level starting pay! For a complete job description and to apply log on to If you have any questions or would like to learn more, call Chuck at 387-2471. NDOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



* Time proven fencing solutions. Adding high quality barbed wire fencing or pipe corrals up’s your property value. Fencing is NOT an expense, but instead – an investment that is worth the price. If you’re looking for the best livestock fencing, you’ll find it with Logan’s Fencing. Call Logan Leonard at 925-8184 for barbed wire fencing and pipe corral installation. Over a decade of experience.

* Do you have equipment to sell? Call the name you can trust – Big Iron. With Big Iron you’ll receive full service from start to finish with our proven selling system. Your equipment is featured worldwide, and with our unreserved auctions, every item sells to the highest bidder. No buyer’s fee means more money in your pocket, and no more worrying about payment collection – Big Iron takes care of it all. For more information, call Logan Leonard at 925-8184.


* AKC registered Standard Poodle puppies from health tested parents. They will be available in February. Raised in the house using a curriculum that helps them develop into well adjusted dogs. Many colors are available including merles and parti’s. Contact Lyndsey at 760-2507 or look up Myers Family Poodles on Facebook. You can also check out a picture under the classifieds tab at

* AKC registered lab puppies. 2 silver females, 1 Champaign male. Asking $800 each. Also 1 female and 2 male charcoals for $600 each. Puppies have dewclaws removed from vet. They will have round of shots and dewormed prior to pickup. Would like a $100 deposit to hold any of the puppies. They will be available February 25th for their new forever homes. Call or text 336-6021 for photos and more information, or see pictures at




* 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent – subject to waiting list/availability at the Bassett Housing Authority, 400 Panzer Street,
Bassett. A great place to live with no upkeep or maintenance. Lawn mowed and watered in the summer and sidewalks cleared and snow removed in the winter. All apartments are equipped with a gas range, refrigerator and washer and dryer. Utilities included are electricity, natural gas, water, sewer and garbage. For more information on availability or to get your application call 684-3329. If no answer, please leave a message. Office Hours are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 8 a.m. – Noon and 1 – 5 p.m.





* Consignments Wanted: The Holt County Consignment Auction is coming up on Saturday, February 25th. Let Ron Holtgrew sell your machinery for you. For more information or to consign any items, please call Ron Holtgrew at 924-3431 or 340-0263. Machinery, livestock equipment, supplies, tools, vehicles, trailers, hay and irrigation, you name it – Holtgrew Auction and Appraisal will sell it for you. Consign today to get in on the advertising! Advertising deadline is January 31st.  Check out their website at, proud to be north central Nebraska’s
premier auction company.

* Friday, February 3 – Holtgrew Auction and Appraisal is back with their Monthly Hay Consignment Auction. Sale time is at 11 a.m. at the old Reliable, the Atkinson Livestock Market. See what’s in the offering by going to For questions or to consign hay call Ron Holtgrew at 340-0263. Holtgrew Auction and Appraisal in charge.


* Friday, January 27- Minnie Creek Angus Annual Bull Sale.   Selling 32 yearling bulls and 7 fall yearling bulls.  Sale will be held at the ranch 8-1/2 miles north of Johnstown, Ne. on Norden Ave.  Lunch at Noon. Sale starts at 1p.m.  For more information, you can check them out on Facebook or call Arvin or Joyce Schmidt at 722-4259.

* Friday, January 27-Ruggles Angus Annual Production Sale. Sale time is 1 p.m. at Tri-State Livestock, McCook, Nebraska.  Selling, 130 yearling and 18 month old bulls, 22 registered replacement heifers and 40 commercial Angus heifers. Free wintering and delivery.  1st breeding season guaranteed.  For more information contact Jeff & Kelly Ruggles, 308-340-8831 or 308-340-4108.  You can also check them out on facebook or log onto   You can also view the sale on DVAuction.

* Monday, February 6-  Mike Sitz and Joel Johnston Angus Bull Sale at the Burwell Livestock Market, you can also bid on  Sale time is at 1 p.m. Selling 90 top coming two-year-old virgin bulls.  For more information go to or call Mike and Debra Sitz, 308-348-2273 | Joel and Bethany Johnston 308-348-2010 or 308-645-7134.

* Tuesday, February 7 – Babcock Angus Annual Bull Sale. Sale time is at 1 p.m. at the ranch south of Long Pine.  Selling 50+ lots of Registered yearling bulls, 18 month old bulls and Registered open heifers.  For more information or to request a catalog, call Bill 273-4290, Kyle 273-4522 or Ashley 382-5571.  You can also log onto and bid live on DVAuction. An open house will be held at the ranch Sunday, February 5th at 1 p.m.

*Friday, February 10 – Martinsen Angus formerly Clapper Angus, will be hosting their first Yearling Angus Bull Sale at the Clapper Ranch, 9 miles West of Ainsworth on Hwy 20 and then 15 miles South on Moon Lake Avenue.  Having purchased the heart of the Clapper cow herd, you will be looking at several years of top Angus bloodlines from premium Angus cattle.  Come for lunch. Bulls start selling at 1 p.m.   Selling 41 Premium Angus Bulls.  For more information you can check them out on Facebook, or call Julie at 308-223-9145 or 387-1509

* Saturday, February 11 – Keyes Angus seventh annual production sale 1 p.m. at the ranch, located at 42511 North Loup Road, Brewster. A lunch will be served starting at 11:30 a.m. Selling 70 Two-Year Old Angus Bulls. For more information Contact Kevin Keyes at 677-0512 or, or Frank Utter 308-880-0159.

* Saturday, February 18- Varilek Angus 71st Annual Angus Bull Sale at the ranch 7 miles south of Geddes, South Dakota.  Sale starts at 1 p.m.  Selling 185 Registered Angus Bulls, 20 open heifers and 3 bred heifers.  More more information contact Mick at 605-337-2261 or Ross at 605-680-1580 or 605-337-9896. To view the catalog and to view live video of Bulls log onto,  You can also watch and bid live on

* Sunday, February 19 – Miller Angus 16th annual bull sale. Sale time is 2 p.m. at Valentine Livestock, Valentine Ne.  Selling 65 fall long yearling bulls and 55 coming two-year old bulls.  For more information contact Phil: 389-0882, Landon: 389-0216 or Luke: 389-0816.  You can also email or log onto, you can also bid live on DVAuction.

* Thursday,  February 23 – The Cattlemen’s Cut Bull Sale 1 p.m. at the ranch  43500 E North Loup Road, Brewster, NE. Selling 60+ Angus Bulls. Lunch at 12 noon. Sale at 1p.m.  For more information log onto, or contact, Jason Jagels 364-3191, Katie Kaliff-Jagels 366-9235, or Email:  You can also bid live on


* Your health care career is within reach! The Brown County Hospital is excited to announce they will be giving 3 – $750 scholarships. Considering the importance and complexities of high quality health care in today’s society, it is critical for bright, talented people to be encouraged to pursue professions in the field. At the Brown County Hospital in Ainsworth, it is their pleasure to assist area students who are working toward a career to improve the health and well being of others. The Brown County Hospital Scholarship is open to all area graduating seniors and current college students from Brown, Rock, Cherry, Keya Paha, Loup and
Blaine County who have selected to focus on a health care or healthcare supporting career.  Get your application at or by calling Tawny Allen at The Brown County Hospital in Ainsworth, phone 387-2800. The Brown County Hospital, quality in community healthcare.
Application deadline is March 30th.

* College DOES cost a lot more than it used to – but going to college is worth it! Your college degree will be one of the best investments you’ll ever make. The cost of attending college may seem daunting, but that’s exactly why Sandy Pine is here to help! If you are a high school senior in Brown, Rock, Holt, Keya Paha or Cherry County and are planning on going to college, stop in at your guidance counselors office and pick up the Sandy Pine Scholarship Application – which contains all the details and eligibility criteria. They’ll be awarding $500 Scholarships to employees, children of employees and the general public. At Sandy Pine – GJW and
Sandhills Elite Genetics, they know that the well educated work force of tomorrow depends on accessible education today. Applications are due March 15th.

* Let The Brown County Community Foundation Fund help you take the next step! They will be awarding several donor-advised scholarships to the 2023 graduates of Ainsworth High School. 10 Scholarships are available tallying up to a total of $9600. If you’re a senior at Ainsworth High School, contact high school guidance counselor Lisa Schlueter for more information. Applications must be returned to counselor’s office by April 7, 2023. Scholarships for upper class college students and non-traditional students will be offered later.


* Get ready to ROCK the Mic for the judges and audience at Rosebud Casino’s “So you Think You Can Sing?” Karaoke Competition, 1st Qualifying round is Saturday, January 14th so come experience the thrill! Weekly winners and a grand prize of $1,000 awarded when finalists compete on January 28th. Registration opens at 7 p.m. with Karaoke starts at 9 p.m. Dance and Open Karaoke to follow each competition. Strut your stuff for the big bucks or just kick back and enjoy the show. For contest details see casino or visit Rosebud Casino dot com.

* You’re getting warmer….come Celebrate Homemade goodness – soup is in season! The Ainsworth Senior Center welcomes you to come for a Soup Supper on Sunday, January 29th. They will be serving up chicken noodle and chili soup by free will donation from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Absolutely everyone is welcome sobring your friends, family members, co-workers, employees – it’s a do NOT
miss Soup Supper Event, this Sunday, 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Ainsworth Senior Center.

* Start the Year off on the right paw and SAVE! As a pet owner, you spend plenty of time making sure your pets are healthy and safe. You walk them, you feed them, you take them to the vet. However, many pet owners forget to license their pet. The City of Ainsworth would like to remind pet owners that when you license your pets in January you’re eligible for a discount! It’s just $6 to license pets now through January 31st. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s cheap. A certificate of rabies vaccination from a veterinarian must be provided. If you need more information call the City Office at 387-2494.

* Circulate the LOVE – Give Blood! You can give life, by giving blood. Tuesday, February 7th is the Ainsworth FFA Sponsored Community Blood Drive that will be held from 10 a.m. until  4 p.m. at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 938 East 3rd Street, in the fellowship hall. Appointments are available! To make an appointment or if you need more information call or text Lauren Ortner at 672-1085. Have a Heart. Give Blood. Don’t miss the Ainsworth FFA Sponsored Blood Drive on Tuesday, February 7th from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome.



*  Kittens. They are about 8 weeks old, there are 4 males and
one calico female. Call or text Pam Barrow at 760-2679 for more information.


* Brady Delimont and Hally Wilkins of Atkinson are the parents of a baby boy, Kooper J Delimont, born Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Chadron. Kooper checked in at 22 inches in length and weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces. Grandparents and Brian and Laurie Delimont of Ainsworth, Jill Wilkins and Jeff Richter.





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