Several places opening in June as restrictions are eased.
NSR is increasing recreational access and opened the visitor center in Valentine, Nebraska
Courthouse open to the public June 1st with some restrictions.
Emergency Meeting on May 27th at 3 pm for the Cherry County Board of Commissioners
Drive-thru pantry Tuesday, May 26 from 5-7 at the Cherry County Fairgrounds.
Sparks River Road continues to be under construction.
First come, first serve camping opening up in many areas including Smith Falls on May 22.
The mass testing event in Valentine on May 13th resulted in no new positive coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Available
Limited emergency funding for local businesses that did not qualify for PPP funds or EIDL funding from the Small Business Administration.
Valentine Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to a large garage fire on Haley Street.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is implementing changes that will affect camping, lodging, or activity plans this season.
Now is a great time to view the bison at the Ft. Niobrara Wildlife Refuge.
Saturday May 16 at 2 pm CT will be the Senior Sidewalk Salute, virtual ceremony at 4 pm CT.
Special Meeting on May 21st of 2 pm for the Cherry County Board of Commissioners
RST President Rodney Bordeaux announced a lock down for the entire RST community starting at 12:01 am 5/14.
A list of awards for students that were to be given out at the annual sports banquet.
Unofficial results from the May 12th primary election.
Planned outage from 9 am -1 pm CT affecting Valentine west substation.
Registration now open for some youth sports – deadline May 29th.
Those showing symptoms of COVID-19 must sign up in advance using web link.
RVs will be allowed to camp but no tents after May 20th at area state campgrounds.
RST President Rodney Bordeaux announced a lockdown in Spring Creek Communinty due to Covid 19.
Valentine Economic Development has issued a survey through the Valentine Chamber of Commerce to determine help for businesses.
Updated statement from Tribal President Rodney Bordeaux says new restrictions will take effect May 8th.
Nebraska Health officials says there could be risk to Cherry County residents due to movement of a COVID 19 positive person from Todd County.
Listen to KVSH Monday through Friday for the “Phrase that Pays” to win Chamber Bucks!
Forms are due by May 18th and crowning planned for the Memorial Day Program.
NCAP joining in #GivingTuesdayNow.
Voters can register until May 1st and have until May 12th to return ballots.
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe extends RST office closures until May 29th for non-essential personnel.
USDA Service Centers continue to take precautions to prevent spread of coronavirus
Several county roads still closed; those that are open are for light travel only. Update as of 4/22.
As of Tuesday, Nebraska has approved 23,477 loans totaling just shy of $3 billion as part of the Pay Check Protection Program.
Retail sales were down slightly this past January compared to a year earlier.
NCDHD reported zero confirmed COVID-19 results from the recent National Guard testing event in Holt County.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln has offered more than 5,500 university-wide scholarships.
Six Valentine High School Seniors are Awarded Foundation Scholarships.
The order can be found at www.nda.nebraska.gov/COVID-19
Stolen trailer was recovered, but information still being sought on suspects.
Alarming disparity between farm-level prices received by ranchers for cattle and wholesale prices for beef
Additional information on upcoming donation opportunity scheduled for Wednesday, April 29th.
Still several county roads closed; those that are open are for light travel only. Update as of 4/13.
All voters in Cherry County will be receiving mail-in ballots this year.
Online educational resources available through Nebraska State Education Association.
Join us on KVSH and www.kvsh.com for Easter messages from area churches this Sunday.
NCDHD made aware of an exposure at an Atkinson blood drive on April 1st.
New doctor coming to Valentine to practice in May.
Governor Pete Rickets expects COVID 19 peak at the end of April, declares East Sunday as day of prayer.
Upcoming donation opportunity scheduled for Wednesday, April 29th.
Still several county roads closed; those that are open are for light travel only.
First positive case of COVID-19 detected in Cherry County, but was not due to community spread.
Both medical clinics in Valentine and the Cherry County Hospital remain open for business and seeing patients.
Many small businesses are wondering what they can do to survive the Covid 19 pandemic.
Important information regarding Directed Health Measure by the City of Valentine
Overnight camping suspended from April 6 through at least May 8th.
Niobrara National Scenic River Is Modifying Operations
To Implement Local Health Guidance.
Increased hunting opportunities proposed in Nebraska and South Dakota
A list of websites to show latest COVID-19 information
All payments received on or after May 1st will be returned for interest.
Antelope, Arthur, Boyd, Brown, Cherry, Holt, Hooker, Keya Paha, Knox, Lincoln, Logan, McPherson, Pierce, Rock, and Thomas counties now included in DHM.
Commissioners discussed COVID-19 and FEMA at their regular meeting.
Highways 83 and 97 are continuing to be threatened by high water tables.
Those with permits already will not be affected, but no new permits will be sold.
Man gains brief freedom while being transported to Valentine for court appointment.
RST calling for shelter-in-place, curfew after 10 pm and barring minors from being outside without guardian.
Those in need are encouraged to continue to attend meetings, which are now offered online and by calling in.
Northwest Community Action Partnership remains committed to serving communities.
Zoom meetings being offered at 8 pm CT on March 31 and April 2
Residents are reminded to take extra precautions and self-isolate if feeling ill.
Governor Rickets encourages Nebraskans to take precautions again Covid 19.
The names of several new plaintiffs were added to an amended complaint against Cherry County and others.
USDA Service Centers Taking Precautions to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus
Valentine Community Schools made the tough decision to call of school for rest of year.
Blood supplies hit low numbers because of Covid 19.
FEMA provided KVSH Radio with this list of myths about the Corona virus or Covid-19
Businesses are invited to call in beginning at 10:30 CT on Monday to discuss hours/closures.
Emergency Meeting today, March 20 at 3:30 pm
The schools have been in contact with parents about plans going forward.
Starting Friday afternoon only essential personnel will the allowed at Cherry County Hospital.
NE Boys State Basketball restricted to immediate family attendees
Good Sam, Oakwood, and Cherry Hills Estates all taking safety precautions.
March 17th Meeting at Mid-Plains Community College Canceled
Highway 97 south of Merritt is now open once again.
Husker spring guides now available courtesy of the Learfield IMG Sports Network and KVSH
Reminder of blood drive Thursday, March 5th.
Rotary Club holding fish fry fundraiser on March 6th at BOLO Beer Co.
Highway 97 work at MM 108-110 has been postponed.
Valentine VFD receives grant for SCBA breathing apparatus.
An update from the Cherry County Veterans Memorial Committee.