One case determined in Holt County, one in Knox County, one recovery in Cherry County.
USDA warns not to plant any of these unsolicited seeds as they may be invasive species.
Teams from all over the state of Nebraska competed Sunday at the Merritt Open Walleye Tournament.
18 teams competed in this years Valentine Chamber of Commerce golf event.
Phase 4 removes most restrictions, indoor still limited to 75% capacity.
New positive cases in Holt, Cherry, Knox and Pierce Counties announced on 7/23/2020.
Gov. Ricketts says it will be up to individual schools whether they return to the classroom or not.
Several individuals and the group Preserve The Sandhills filled another complaint against the county on June 26th against wind energy development.
National rodeo finals moved to Guthrie OK, from Lincoln NE.
Applications again begin accepted with expanded eligibility, due by July 17th.
Thanks to Heartland Bike share program, and local support, there are now 10 bikes available to rent in Valentine.
KVSH area residents are encouraged to be prepared for summer storms.
USDA Announces Flexibilities for Producers Filing ‘Notice of Loss’ for Failed, Prevented Planted Acres
Most cases of COVID 19 are located in the eastern part of the NCDHD District.
NCAP helping distribute fresh food to any families in need every Tuesday starting at 8 am at the Valentine High School parking lot.
The derby a smashing success this year despite uncertainty that it would happen.
North Central RC&D continues to work on recycling efforts in 6 county district.
Recent cases that have appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark A. Moreno.
NCDHD reports the 3rd case in Cherry County is from direct contact with a positive case.
Several activities planned for 4th of July with safety of everyone in mind.
Over 700 tested for Covid 19 on Rosebud Reservation
NCDHD reports the case in Cherry County is currently in quarantine.
Updates to closures located on outdoornebraska.gov
Public input is being sought for updates to 2015 CWPP
News release from the Mellette County, SD Sheriff’s Office
Update from June 23, 2020 on Cherry County rural roads.
NCDHD reports first case of COVID 19 detected in Rock County.
15 Minute rain burst floods Hall, Cherry and Main Streets in Valentine.
Area athletes competed well at the NHSR held this past weekend.
Potential impact on a key Oregon Trail landmark in Lincoln County one reason the permit to NPPD was revoked.
Tune in Thursday 6/18 at 7 pm for American Legion Baseball.
A new business and new location for another business in Valentine.
Applications will be accepted once again starting Monday, June 22, at 8:00 a.m. CST.
89 counties will move to Phase 3 eased restrictions beginning June 22nd.
Starting today, Red Cross testing for COVID-19 antibodies. Valentine donation opportunity July 9th.
Valentine will hold two additional COVID-19 testing dates on June 21 from 10 -2 and 22 from 8-12 at the Fire Hall.
Money distributed on a first-come, first-served basis starting Monday the 15th.
June 30th Deadline for ARC and PLC crop coverage programs.
Farm Service Agency County Committee Nominations Open June 15
Garfield County fairgrounds will host the COVID 19 disrupted Nebraska High School Rodeo Finals.
Striping Will Begin in Cherry and Brown Counties June 15th
Emergency meeting held to discuss proposed hog confinement application May 27th.
News release from Attorney General Doug Peterson regarding the stimulus debit cards.
Testing to take place Tuesday, June 2nd at the Fire Hall from 8 am to 12 pm.
Congratulations to Marie, Merriah and Jeff, our radio month grand prize winners!
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.