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* Come play an integral part of the banking industry, as a Customer Service Representative. Be one of the ‘faces’ of West Plains Bank in their Ainsworth OR their Springview location. By providing exceptional customer service and effectively promoting the banks products and services, you will be helping customers to achieve their financial goals. Confidentiality is a must. If you have a head for numbers and are great with people this could be the perfect position for you at a locally owned bank with a customer focused attitude and agricultural state of mind. Competitive salary is offered plus benefits that include health and dental insurance and matching 401K plan. To apply for the Ainsworth OR the Springview position, email your resume to or mail to PO Box 6, Ainsworth, NE 69210. West Plains Bank, Member FDIC.

* Do you love planning, analyzing and adjusting your own monthly budget? Do you want your work to have real meaning and make a difference? Would you like to be in a great-paying position that not only offers a plethora of benefits including health insurance and retirement, but brings long term career satisfaction and fulfillment? KBR Rural Public Power District in Ainsworth is seeking a full time accountant. Knowledge of basic administration and account procedures is required. A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration and/or a related field is desirable, an associate degree could be considered.  If you have computer knowledge, the ability to coordinate available resources and have great communication skills – apply today! Please send complete resume and two letters of recommendation to PO Box 187, Ainsworth, NE 69210 attention Robert Beatty; or email Complete position description is available upon request.

* Enhance the quality of life in Ainsworth by helping to fulfill the City’s goals by promoting a safe and desirable living and working environment as a full time Code Enforcement Officer. The work required to keep Ainsworth clean is constant and unyielding. It’s an incredibly rewarding feeling to be a part of a team that makes such an important contribution to every Ainsworth residents’ quality of life while receiving a competitive wage and great benefits including health and dental insurance where the city covers 100% of the premium and 80% dependent premium along with life insurance, short term disability, an up to 6% retirement match and 12 paid
holidays. If you have confidence and leadership skills to guide and influence people and enforce rules, THIS may be the position for you. Law enforcement certification is preferred, but not required. Pick up your application today at the City Office, 606 E. Fourth St. They are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Do you have a passion for education? A desire to make a positive impact locally? Come be a part of an excellent crew in an awesome work environment making a difference for kids every day! Multiple positions are available at Ainsworth Community Schools including a full time Custodian, Paraprofessional, and an Activities/Athletics Administrative Assistant for the high school office. Very competitive pay is offered and excellent benefits. Call the district office at 387-2333 to learn more or for your application. It’s ALWAYS a great day to be a Bulldog! They are an equal opportunity employer.

* The Cherry County Court in Valentine is accepting applications for a full time Assistant Clerk Senior position working primarily in the Cherry County Court and support Brown County Court in Ainsworth when needed. In the absence of the Clerk Magistrate or Clerk of the Court, the Assistant Clerk Senior will assume responsibility of the office including deputy authority. May perform records clerk, accounting clerk or register duties, assign, supervise and review the work of other employees, prepare reports and other duties as assigned. A competitive wage is offered plus FULL benefits! Medical, dental, vision insurance, $20,000 basic life insurance, state-matched 156% retirement plan, 13 paid holidays, earned paid vacation, sick leave, tuition reimbursement and more. High school diploma or equivalent required plus at least two years of experience working in a court system or related professional environment or Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree. The ability to travel in order to cover both counties is required. For a detailed description please visit: to complete a State Application.

* A Regional Coordinator to manage the Ainsworth office who
will serve as a liaison for Northeast Community College and the residents of Keya Paha, Rock and Brown Counties. Assisting with the development of programming, early college initiatives and facilitating student support services. May work occasional evenings and weekends and must be able to travel to coverage area and to the Norfolk campus as required. This is a part time position with minimum salary of $16.71 per hour. Successful candidate’s salary will be calculated based on education and experience
within the salary grade range. Apply online at

* If you have a positive ‘can-do’ attitude and excellent interpersonal skills, the City of Ainsworth is seeking a part time Administrative
Assistant. You’ll be expected to perform a wide variety of office and administrative duties and to carry out public relations tasks including receiving office visits and phone calls, furnishing information, answering questions as well as receiving payments and other related tasks. If you possess excellent oral and written communication skills, can maintain a positive and professional demeanor, have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Email; be willing and able to learn and utilize the City’s software and are able to multi-task, come pick up your application at the City Office, 606 East 4th Street! They offer a competitive wage and flexible work schedule. This is a great opportunity to get your foot in the door as room to grow is always possible with the City of Ainsworth, they are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

* Do you enjoy meeting new people? Are you good at making people feel welcome and comfortable? A full time position as an ‘Admissions Clerk’ is now available at the Rock County Clinic in Bassett. You’ll be responsible for scheduling appointments, registration and check-in, collection of co-pays, insurance verification, answering phone and other duties as assigned. Excellent public relations skills and attention to detail are a must. Competitive pay and great benefits: group health insurance,
dental/vision insurance, retirement plan, group term life and a generous personal leave time program. Apply today to be a part of their dynamic team and contribute to a legacy of caring. Contact Clinic Manager, Pam Raymond 684-2906, or Hospital CEO, Stacey Knox  684-3366,  for more information.

* Schumacher Fencing is looking to fill a full time position right here in the area, starting immediately. You get to work with top of the line, high-tech equipment! Gone are the days of tamping posts and stapling all day. If you have great work ethic and are ready to roll up your sleeves, Schumacher Fencing wants YOU, full time, starting NOW! For more information or to apply call or text Clinton 382-5575.

* Do you like the idea of working in an innovative auto repair shop while receiving great pay and benefits? Are you looking for a place to hone your skills and take them to the next level? At your best in the west Ford store, Ainsworth Motors, they’re passionate about building customers for life and are looking for a hard working, like-minded individual to come on board as a full time ‘Light Duty Technician’ doing tire sales and service,oil changes and more. Excellent compensation package includes competitive salary, 401K, insurance and paid time off. They are also looking to fill a seasonal position. This would be a great fit for a high school or college student on summer break. Who knows? It may lay the ground work for a great career! Advancement opportunities are always available to those with a strong work ethic who strive to provide exceptional customer service. To learn more or to apply call Bret or Randy at Ainsworth Motors – phone 387-1681.

* Are you ready for a change of pace? Seven Springs of Long Pine has a full time position for you. Greatness is everywhere in the Sandhills, we’re fortunate enough to have the greatest water in the world right here, so come be a part of providing the crisp clean taste of Seven Springs water to everyone. If you’re looking for work, Seven Springs may be the perfect fit for YOU! Competitive pay, flexible work schedule. Give Todd Thornton a call today to learn more about what’s available at Seven Springs in Long Pine, phone 273-4295.

* Find your fix! Come work for Buckles Automotive Napa, where there’s never a dull moment. It’s a fast paced, high energy workplace that offers very competitive pay, merit increases, healthcare and cell phone allowances, store discount, plus locally owned, flexibility perks for ALL parts of life. Working at Buckles provides you unique opportunities to build long lasting community relationships in an environment where you can grow. If you want to be a part of something like that – Buckles Automotive Napa in
Ainsworth could be right where you belong. Stop in and visit with Dave or call 387-1171.

* Come be a part of a team that is compassionate about providing quality care to each of their residents! If you have the passion, The Sandhills Care Center in Ainsworth has a position for you. Charge nurses – RNs and LPNs, CNAs, dietary, housekeeping and laundry aides. BOTH full time and part time positions are available. Very competitive pay, insurance benefits for full time employees and flexible work schedules. All this in addition to being a part of a mission driven team that serves for the right reasons. It’s easy to apply, call Administrator Penny Jacobs at the Sandhills Care Center , where they’re proud to put people first. Phone 387-1294.



* Wedding Registries AND Rentals: Registering with a locally owned store MATTERS. Buying gifts locally MATTERS. If you love beautiful things registering at Willow Creek Mercantile in Ainsworth will not only be easy, but delightful and as individual as you are. Come create a wedding gift registry of those gifts you want and then let your friends and family know. You’ll save time and eliminate inconvenience for both you and your guests. Wedding flowers and rentals are also available. Phone 382-3710. Thank you for making the extra effort to frequent our main street stores during construction. Shopping local makes every step count!

* Exterior and Interior Painting Service! You can still turn your summer dreams into reality with Johnny and James Harrison Painting. Their professional, trustworthy crew is working right here in the listening area. They come highly recommended by locals you know, references are gladly given PLUS they offer free, no obligation estimates. Painting and staining – Farm, ranch, residential, commercial exterior AND interior –ceilings, walls, trim work, even cabinets! No job too big or too small. From prep work to clean up – your satisfaction is guaranteed. Call or text 870-941-1663.

* Ella Dailey is doing Oil Changes for her summer job and she wants your business! There’s a new grease monkey at Nutz Garage in Ainsworth. Like father, like daughter. Ella knows that oil changes are a crucial maintenance task that helps keep your vehicle running smoothly. Make sure your rig is road read. All oil changes are overseen by an ASE Certified mechanic. Make your oil change appointment with Ella today at Nutz Garage by calling Jeremiah at 760-0877.

* They care about your air! Temperatures will be warming up soon, which means it’s time to think about your HVAC unit’s seasonal maintenance. Scheduling with Pro Electric & HVAC in Ainsworth will save you money by improving efficiency and reducing the chances of an unexpected breakdown. It will also help to extend the overall lifespan of your unit. This spring, make it a priority to schedule your AC for Maintenance, call Caleab at 760-1458 or Trent at 382-5535.








* Doggone Good Auctions will fire up another great consignment sale this Saturday, July 13, at the Stuart Auditorium with a 10 a.m. start. Twenty-six consignors have rounded up a nice variety – you’ll want to be there from start to finish. Furniture sells first with tables and stands, dining tables and chairs, China cabinet, corner curio cabinet, bedroom furniture, desks, storage cabinets, shelving and more! Then they’ll split into two rings – very fine glassware and collectibles including Red Depression Glass, sets of China, Fenton baskets, plus collectible angels, dolls and signed art as well as table lamps, sewing fabrics, canning supplies and more. Ring 2 will feature shop and yard items – there’s everything from pickup tailgates to step ladders, a compound bow, an 8’ windmill, lots of shop tools. Chest type freezers, an air conditioner, super load washing machine and so much more. Check out the Doggone Good Auctions Facebook page for pictures. Auctioneers Randy Butterfield and Nancy Winings along with the whole Doggone Good crew including the food stand are looking forward to seeing you. Come Preview on Friday from 4 until 8 p.m.

Saturday, July 13 – A silent and live auction will be held in conjunction with SYC Family Fun Days at Camp Witness near Long Pine. The Silent Auction runs from noon until 6:30 p.m. A freewill offering meal will be served at 6 p.m. with live auction set to begin at 7 p.m. Come bid on guns, hunts, even a boat! Plus custom knives, baked goods, household items, there’s something for everyone!


* Ainsworth Municipal Golf Course Men’s Open tournament is this Sunday, July 14. Registration at 9:30 a.m., shotgun start at 10 a.m. Just $40 for this 18 hole tournament. To sign up or reserve a cart, call the clubhouse at 402-387-1658.

* The Ainsworth Youth Golf Tournament coming up Wednesday, July 17, at the Ainsworth Golf Course. All youth ages K-18 are welcome. Sign in will be at 8 a.m. for K-4th, 10 a.m. for 5th grade through age 18. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. for K-4th. Kindergarten through second grade will play 3 holes, $10 entry fee; third and fourth grades will play 5 holes, $10 entry fee; and the fifth grade through age 18 will play 9 holes starting at 10:30 a.m., entry fee is $15. Lunch provided to those playing 9 holes. Prizes will be awarded.

* Come join the Rock County Hospital for one of the Sandhills premier golf outings and community fund raising events! The Rock County Hospital’s 14th annual golf tournament will be held Friday, July 26, at the Bassett Country Club. It’s a nine-hole, four-person scramble complete with flag prizes, door prizes and tons of fun. Registration is at noon, tee off is at 1 p.m. Cost is $200 per team – that includes a team mulligan and your meal too! The Rock County Hospital has grown steadily to serve the needs of the area – proceeds from this year’s golf tournament will be directed towards
facility improvements. Get your team signed up today by contacting Pam Wegener at 684-3366 OR cell: 340-6465 OR the Bassett Country Club at 684-3449. If you need wheels make sure to have the country club reserve your cart!


* Yard sale Friday, July 12, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Saturday, July 13, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at 840 E. Third St. in Ainsworth. The whole family has come together for this yard sale. Something for everyone. Lots of items to check out including little boys clothing perfect for back to school.

* Woods Garden’s Produce Market will be open this Friday, July 12, from 5 until 7 p.m. and Fridays thereafter. A variety of early vegetables will be available. Call Dan if you have any questions or to place an order at 402-387-0724. Woods Gardens Produce Market is located ¾ mile south of Ainsworth at the first four-way intersection.

* Empowering special youth to enjoy God’s Great Outdoors is fun for everyone! SYC Family Fun Days is this Saturday and Sunday, July 13-14, at Camp Witness near Long Pine! Kicking off the weekend with Fun Run Saturday morning! Registration at 8:30 a.m. and the run starts at 9 a.m. The Silent Auction runs from noon until 6:30 p.m., freewill offering meal will be served at 6 p.m. with live auction set to begin at 7 p.m., come bid on guns, hunts, even a boat! Plus custom knives, baked goods, household items, there’s something for everyone! Also on Saturday, Shooting and archery events, games, even a bounce house from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. There are fun events Sunday too including breakfast from 8 until 10 a.m., followed by a community church service. Lunch stand on the grounds. ALL proceeds from this event help fund free hunting and fishing adventures for young people with special challenges. Check out their Facebook page ‘SYC of Northern Nebraska’ for more details.

* Calling ALL artists! Show us what you’re made of! Enter your works of art at Summer Artfest in O’Neill. All ages, all types of art! Art & judging categories include – two-dimensional, three-dimensional, textiles, planters and photography! All entries welcome, no entry fees. It’s their goal to host a premier event that puts all our talented area artists in the spotlight. Entries accepted July 15-17 from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Wednesday at the Holt County Economic development building, 330 E. Hancock. Don’t keep your art hidden, share it and start making plans now to attend Summer Artfest July 18-20. Event is sponsored by H&R Block in O’Neill, Holt County Economic Development, Ranchland Art Group and North Central Nebraska Arts Council.

* They’re all about keeping western heritage alive in this small Nebraska town. The Brown County Fairgrounds is set to host one of the most popular events among cowboys across the country. An NSRA/SSRA approved steer roping on Tuesday, July 23, – that’s right a Tuesday night. Come watch the horsemanship and guys who can rope and tie fast. When it all comes together it’s a beautiful thing. Admission is FREE! Beer garden will be open AND the concession stand, so come make a night of it! Introductions at 6:30 p.m., roping starts at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23, at Johnstown’s Big Event arena. For entry information contact Jill Hudson at 308-325-2979.

* The Brown County Assessor’s office will be out in the field for the next three months taking photos and checking measurements of all Ainsworth homes and buildings. The review of all properties is part of the assessor’s six-year inspection and review cycle. If you have any questions, call the Brown County Assessor’s office at 402-387-1621.

* FREE Summer meals. Schools OUT – the Summer Food Program is IN at Ainsworth Community Schools because they want you to stay Powered Up for Summer fun! Grab-and-go lunch is provided for all children ages 1 – 18 at NO COST, from 11:45 – 12:15 on Mondays and Wednesdays thru July 31st. Adult meals are available for $5.25. Summer Sun, Food and Fun. Power Up with Ainsworth Community Schools.

* The thrills and adrenaline rush is back! The Rock County Roughstock Challenge is coming to Bassett’s fairgrounds on Saturday, August 3 – Bring your family and friends for an unforgettable evening! Bulls, Barebacks, Saddle Broncs, $1,500 added in EACH category – Ranch Broncs $1,000 added!  Plus Business Man Ribbon Roping and the stars of tomorrow can get in on the action too – Mutton Bustin’ and Mini Ponies. This is one event that promises to be an incredible night for competitors and spectators alike. Mutton Bustin’ at 6:30 p.m. Beer Garden on the grounds. Admission at the gate. Affordable family friendly fun brought to you by the Rock County Ag Society as part of this year’s Rock County Fair! To Enter: call Jill Hudson at 402-273-4979. Entries are open July 24 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Mutton Bustin’ and Mini Ponies will enter with Robert Jackson at the event or pre- register by calling 402-925-8085.

* Summer never tasted so good! Steak lovers unite every Wednesday night at the Bassett County Club. Come and enjoy a delicious steak dinner. Consistently juicy, flavorful and tender – your steak will also come with all the delicious compliments. For the smaller appetites, burgers will always be available. You don’t have to be a member, everyone is welcome to come to steak night every Wednesday evening at the Bassett Country Club, serving from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.