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  • Christmas open house in Grant is next week

    By Jan Rahn Managing Editor   In another week, downtown Grant will come alive with holiday spirit when Chamber hosts the annual Christmas Open House. Promoting the theme, “Christmas in Grant—Tied Up With Bows,” retailers and vendors will enjoy ...
  • Thanksgiving feast approaching

    The public is warmly invited to the 26th Annual Community Thanksgiving Feast to be held on Thursday, Nov. 25. This special event will take place at the American Legion Hall in Grant beginning at noon on Thanksgiving Day, organized and hosted by Bob and D...
  • A note from the Publisher...Voter/candidate privilege

    During the election season, we provide editorial space for voters to express their comments about upcoming elections and candidate preferences. While that privilege is extended to voters, we typically do not allow candidates to use Letters to the Editor ...
  • Pitching with Pritch...Notable news in sports world

    By Larry Pritchett Past PCHS Activities Director   Here are some items from this past week that caught my attention. Some surprised me, some didn’t and a lot of what happened is what makes athletics so interesting. First of all, regardless of all t...
  • Activities schedule

    ---All Times Mountain--- For the most up-to-date schedule information, go to WWW. PCS. ESU16.ORG Wednesday, Nov. 3 6 p.m. Football, 2nd round playoffs at North Platte St. Pat’s. Plainsmen vs. Irish Friday, Nov. 5 1 p.m. Junior High wrestling a...
  • York’s defensive TDs bury Panthers 28-7

      By Pastor Vince Carrig Sports Writer   Linebacker Michael York stole two turnovers from Hershey and ran both in for scores to distance his Plainsmen from the Panthers in a 28-7 opening-round playoff win Thursday night in Grant. With Hershey in...
  • Plainsmen earn district honors

    District coaches have selected six Plainsmen to the NSAA C-2 All-District 10 team. On offense, quarterback Michael York, running back Brody Prante and lineman Vinny Ross gained recognition. Coaches picked Tyler Brott as a defensive lineman, and defensive...
  • PC overcomes DC-Stratton in district playoff action

      By Shari Friedel Tribune Staff   District volleyball action began Monday, Nov. 1 with the Lady Plainsmen coming up against number three ranked Dundy County-Stratton in match two of the C2-11 bracket. Intensity, determination and tenacity fueled...
  • Wildcats end season with playoff loss

      By Travis McConnell Sports Writer   The Wallace Wildcats hit the road last Thursday, as they traveled four-and-a-half hours to O’Neill to take on the St. Mary’s Cardinals in the first round of the state playoffs. The Cardinals used the offe...
  • Wallace Wildcats win in Wauneta

    By Christy Sheets Sports Writer   The Wallace Wildcats traveled to face the D1 Broncos of Wauneta-Palisade on Tuesday, Oct. 26. The Lady Cats won the match in straight sets, 25-13, 25-17 and 25-18. Leading the team offensively against Wauneta-Palisa...
  • Three seeking District 6 seat on Nebraska Beef Council

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   The Nebraska Beef Council (NBC) will hold election in four districts during the month of November. Elections will be held in Districts 2, 4, 6 and 8. District 6 includes much of southwest Nebraska. Counties...
  • FSA Scoop...CLP and CAP funds available

    By Mary Karash County Executive Director Farm Service Agency, Grant, NE   USDA has announced the availability of a Conservation Loan Program that will provide farm owners and farm-related business operators access to credit to implement conservation ...
  • Nebraska Ag Classic set in Kearney in December

    The sixth annual Nebraska Ag Classic will be held at the Ramada Inn, Kearney, Dec. 14-16. Nebraska native Karen Ross, undersecretary to the Secretary of Agriculture, USDA has tentatively confirmed participation in the 2010 Nebraska Ag Classic. Ross will...
  • Marching band performs in Laramie

    The Perkins County High School marching band joined the University of Wyoming band and 16 other area high school bands to provide halftime entertainment at the Cowboys vs. San Diego State University Aztecs football game on Saturday, Oct. 30 in Laram...
  • Junior high students named to honor roll

    Perkins County Middle School is pleased to announce the students on honor roll for the first quarter in 2010. All A’s: Hannah Beck, Zak Kurkowski, Shane Ourada, Amanda Reichert, Samantha Snogren, Christian White. A Average: Noah Anderson, James Carrig...
  • Students selected for all-state chorus

    Mr. Doran Johnson, chair of Choral Affairs for the Nebraska Music Educators Association, is pleased to announce that Perkins County High School music students Debbie Dahlkoetter, second soprano; Calla Mailand, first soprano; and Tori Osler, second soprano...
  • Student plans fundraisers for summer 2011 ambassador trip to Japan

    By Shari Friedel Tribune Staff   Perkins County High School junior Christian Miyamoto will have the unique opportunity to travel to the country of his heritage, Japan, as a student ambassador next summer. The two-week trip will include visits to Toky...
  • College Notes...Carlson awarded scholarship

    Evan Carlson, a student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in mechanized systems management, is the recipient of the Holling Memorial Fund in the amount of $750. Carlson is an MSYM Club member and plans to pursue a career in the field of equi...
  • Mealtime Makeovers...It’s a ramen review

    By Ashleigh Noyes Tribune Staff   Oh how we must love ramen noodles. Despite the stigma that Ramen noodles carry, such as the bachelor’s dinner or the college kids meal, they really are quite tasty. For the price, I don’t really know how one would...
  • “Frightful Halloween”

    "Trunk or Treat" Main Street Elsie was the scene for something new this Halloween. The folks from rural Elsie brought their treats and decorations in to make Main Street the place for the children to go trick-or-treating right out of the backs of t...