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  • Kay hired as new activities director

        Perkins County teacher Chip Kay has been selected to serve as activities director at Perkins County High School.    Kay, who has coached football and wrestling at Perkins County for the last two years, replaces Larry Pritchett, who announced his...
  • Dr. Kohl begins family medicine practice at PCHS

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Enthusiastic and dedicated, Kristi Kohl, M.D. is committed to adding even more excellence to the medical care provided at Perkins County Health Services.    Dr. Kohl joined the medical staff on Monday, April 20, followi...
  • Bremmer opens first hypnotherapy clinic in area

    By Lauren Smith-Kuckkahn    The Holyoke Enterprise    People working to lose an extra 10  pounds, or trying to kick unhealthy habits like smoking, may be happy to hear that a new service is available in the area that can help with everything from c...
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  • Cemetery board to seek legal action over stone

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Grant City Council gave approval to the Grant Cemetery Board to seek legal action against a resident whose placement of a memorial stone in the Grant Cemetery violates several regulations.    Last August, a request by a...
  • Pritchett to end 45-year career

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    After a 45-year career in education and coaching, Larry Pritchett has formally resigned from his current position of athletic director at Perkins County High School.    As he carts away personal belongings when school d...
  • February marks milestone for clinic

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    The Colglazier Clinic made its 30-year mark this month with both Dr. Cliff Colglazier and Dr. Ruth Demmel humbly declaring—it’s not about them—it’s about support and dedication from their colleagues, the community ...
  • Madrid man publishes book to help children come to know God

        A new book by Perkins County author, Larry Harger of Madrid, is now available to the public.    Harger’s book was written to give children the opportunity to learn about God. Many books written for children, often called children sermons or ob...
  • New physician assistant begins practice at Grant Medical Clinic

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Pursuing a career in a small  town is a goal recently met for the new physician assistant at Perkins County Health Services.     Brandon Fraley officially began his new full-time position at the Grant Medical Clinic on...
  • Men face felony charges in vehicle theft

        Elsie man’s vehicle was stolen from bowling alley in Ogallala mid-January.By Jan GoffManaging Editor    A 17-year-old Venango male and a 24-year-old male accomplice face Class IV Felony charges for alleged Theft by Unlawful Taking $500-$1500....
  • Early morning blaze destroys vacant house southwest of Madrid

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Area fire departments battled a fire in an abandoned farm house four miles west and three south of Madrid in the early morning hours Monday, Feb. 2.    According to Madrid Fire Chief Don Lee, whose department received t...
  • Vineyard owners new members of Perkins County Chamber

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Because Keith County residents Jackie and Rod Hopken run so many errands in Perkins County, it only made sense that as owners of three businesses they become members of the Perkins County Chamber.     The couple was hon...
  • Defendant sentenced

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Mathew A. Uptergrove, 21, was sentenced by Judge Edward D. Steenburg in Perkins County Court on Jan. 21 on amended charges.     The defendant received a fine, jail sentence and probation for assault in the third degree,...
  • Sheriff’s office investigating acts of vandalism to vehicles within city limits of Grant

        Similar criminal activity in Ogallala during same time period under investigation by Ogallala Police Department. By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Possible suspects have been identified but no arrests made thus far in an investigation into acts of c...
  • Local banks affected by credit/debit breach

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Two local banks have been alerted to a breach at a company in New Jersey which handles credit and debit card transactions, leading to card cancellation and replacement.     According to the Nebraska Bankers Association,...
  • Former bank employee must pay restitution to embezzlement victims

    By Jan GoffManaging Editor    Former Grant resident and former Grant City Council member Joyce Rahn pled guilty in Lincoln County Court on Jan. 23 to reduced charges of theft by deception.    Rahn appeared before Judge Kent Florom who ordered her to...
  • Widow sues hospital after death of husband

        The family of a 64-year-old Perkins County man who died after he developed an infection, filed a lawsuit against Great Plains Regional Medical Center and two local physicians.    The wrongful death lawsuit was filed by Rhonda Kosmicki, the admin...
  • New York man adopts Perkins County shelter dog

    By Shari FriedelTribune Staff    “That’s the one!” said New Yorker Olivier Cassegrain when he spotted “Drake,” a German wirehaired pointer on Petfinder.com, and set into motion another success story for the Perkins County Animal Shelter in Gr...
  • New pastor installed at St. Paul’s

    By Shari FriedelTribune Staff    Parishioners at St. Paul’s Lutheran in Venango welcomed Rev. Kurt Hatteberg to the pulpit Sunday, Jan. 11 with an installation service. Hatteberg’s assignment also includes sharing the gospel message at St. Paul’s...
  • First Baby of 2009 arrives

    .By Jan GoffManaging Editor    The first baby of 2009 greeted the world last week at Perkins County Hospital in Grant, Neb.    Jacob Corbin Feuerborn entered at 8:27 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 8.    The newborn son of Lindsey and Jon Feuerborn of Gra...