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  • Deadline approaches for soybean board

    The Nebraska Soybean  Board (NSB) is looking for soybean farmers to fill one of four director positions on the board.    USB is made up of 70 farmer-directors who oversee the investments of the soybean checkoff on behalf of all U.S. soybean farmers. ...
  • More residents file for seats in county

    By Tim LinscottManaging Editor The candidate filing date for Perkins County and city seats in Grant is Feb. 18 for incumbents and March 3 for non-incumbents. Races are starting to be formed for some positions in the county and municipality with other incu...
  • Learning the ropes

      Evan Eberly (right) learns the fine art of making eggs in a hurry for hundreds of people from Nancy Burge. Eberly and Burge were among the many Grant Lion’s Club and Thrivent members who helped put on the annual pancake feed Thursday, Feb. 6 at ...
  • Next step for meters in Grant discussed

    By Tim LinscottManaging Editor A pre-application must be filled out by the city council to continue the process of putting meters in homes and businesses in Grant. Dana Harris, Grant City Administrator, discussed the issue with local leaders at the Jan. 1...
  • “Feed the Philippines” Mercy Meals packing event planned in Imperial Feb. 21-23

    540 volunteers needed to package 160,000 meals Feb. 21-23 in Imperial.By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska is working with Orphan Grain Train and the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) to host a large-scale meal pack...
  • Applicants sought for State Board of Education

    Gov. Dave Heineman is seeking qualified candidates to represent the residents of District 4 on the Nebraska State Board of Education. The State Board of Education accepted the resignation of current board member Rebecca Valdez on Feb. 4. Valdez was electe...
  • Our Community's History

    Grant Lions Club helps Elsie resident get Leader Dog By Brooke Pankonin One Year AgoFeb. 14, 2013 A new commissioner was assigned in District 3 to fill the void of the late James Deaver. Steve Tucker of Venango was sworn in following a half day of inter...
  • Cub Scouts visit Tribune office

      Tiger Cubs Pack 160 visited the staff at the Tribune-Sentinel last week to learn about what goes into making the newspaper. Tim Linscott and Jan Rahn guided the boys and their leaders through the process of a typical week at the newspaper and displa...
  • McCook College VP teaches skills he learned in Grant

      In his first year at McCook Community College, Vice President Andy Long has gone into the classroom to teach something he learned growing up in Grant. His new leadership class has a strong emphasis on community. “I just want to make sure top-notch...
  • Men invited to conference at Imperial church

    The first annual High Plains Non-Denominational Men’s Conference will be held in Imperial on Sunday, Feb. 23. The event will be held at the Imperial Berean Church at 1530 Broadway from 3 to 6 p.m. The featured speaker will be Jerry King of Colorado Spri...
  • Women’s Connection to meet in Grant next week

    Join the Grant and Ogallala area women on Wednesday, Feb. 19, for the Women’s Connection meetingat Westview, 1 Westview Drive in Grant beginning at 2:30 p.m. Margie Prater from Salina Kan. will be the featured speaker. Maggie’s story, “Survival and...
  • Perkins County Pipeline

    Twelve ladies of Scarlet Chapeau braved the cold weather to share breakfast in Grant on Jan. 28. Most ate a hearty breakfast and then visited the new craft store located downtown. All thought things were really nice and are looking forward to more things ...
  • Wellfleet UMC to host event

    The Wellfleet United Methodist Church soup and pie supper and cookie fair will be held Sunday, Feb. 23, at the Bethel Camp fellowship hall from 5–7 p.m. CT. A free will offering will be accepted at the door. Snow date is March 2....
  • Hospitalized Away

    Karen Glunz - Nebraska Heart Institute7440 S. 91st St., Room 112Lincoln, NE 68526...
  • Midwest Musings

    Little things can mean a lot By Tim LinscottManaging Editor A group of local Scouts came in last week and it was great to see so many curious, young minds in action learning about their local newspaper. I want to thank them for taking an interest in the ...
  • What’s Up?

    Star gaze with a Valentine By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer One of the nice little jewels in the winter sky is the tiny Pleiades star cluster, also known as the Seven Sisters, because seven very bright stars can be seen without optical. Even from t...
  • Looking for love...

    On Valentine’s Day, 141 million cards are exchanged annually, making Valentine’s Day the second-most popular greeting-card-giving occasion.         Over 50 percent of all Valentine’s Day cards are purchased in the six days prior to the observa...
  • February is Pet Dental Health Month

    (StatePoint)—Oral hygiene is tied to a pet’s overall health.Studies show that keeping a pet’s mouth healthy may increase life expectancy by up to two years. This February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and it’s a great time to get started im...
  • Perkins County High School speakers place at recent meets

    Keeping warm for the past two Saturdays hasn’t been a problem for members of the PCHS competitive speech team.   On Feb. 1 they joined over 300 speakers from 19 area schools at the 33rd annual PCHS Speech Invite.   Speakers from South Platte, Arthur, ...
  • PCS activity schedule

    Feb. 13-19All Times MountainThursday, Feb. 13 4:00    B/G JV basketball 5:00    Girls varsity basketball 6:30    Boys varsity basketball all at Hayes CenterFriday, Feb. 14 Dist wrestling at NPSPSaturday, Feb. 15 Dist wrestling at NPSP Speech at N...