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  • Wise and Well Lab Testing At PCHS Every second and fourth Wednesday

    The Perkins County Health Services (PCHS) is hosting Wise and Well laboratory testing on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Wise and Well laboratory testing allows patients to order their own lab tests without a physici...
  • Hats off to Class of 2016

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  • Hats off to Class of 2016

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  • Hats off to Class of 2016

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  • USPS launches National Dog Bite Prevention Week

    Grant Postmaster Laurie Fagullar is asking for the public’s support in keeping their dogs restrained year-round; for the safety of letter carriers and community, and to help stamp out dog bites. That’s one of the key messages as the Postal Service lau...
  • Rain simulator shows effects of tillage on soil types

    By Kara CosentinoGrant Tribune-SentinelClaudia Stevenson, passionate NRCS lead conversationalist and Matt Zvolanek, conversationalist for the Grant office, can now show the ag community how the different ways of farming can affect the soil. With a new r...
  • Final bell ringing for careers of two PCS staffers

    By Kara CosentinoGrant Tribune-SentinelWhen the school bell rings for the final time of the year Friday, it will signal the beginning of retirement for two Perkins County School (PCS) staff members.Jane Culver, currently the PCS high school guidance cou...
  • States and Bureau of Reclamation differ on compact water storage

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelRepublican River Compact states Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado and the Bureau of Reclamation find themselves on different pages when it comes to storing compact compliance water in Harlan County Reservoir.It’s gotten...
  • 911 awareness in Perkins County

    By Kara CosentinoGrant Tribune-SentinelSince Perkins County dispatch was transferred to Keith County, Perkins County Sheriff Jim Brueggeman and communication director of Keith County, Pete Peterson want people to be aware of what type of services the 911 ...
  • One year later, some things have changed

    Capitol ViewJ.L. Schmidt It has been a little more than a year since a riot at the Tecumseh prison left two inmates dead and two injured and caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to the facility.The incident was seen, by some, as a major test...
  • Composting creates sentimental passion

    ANOTHER PERSPECTIVELori Pankonin-Co-Publisher Never would I have suspected when I started composting that I would get so excited and intrigued by the process.Oh my gosh. The other day I went to toss a bucket of waste into the compost bin and was astounde...
  • From the Governor

    Holding government accountableBy: Pete Ricketts - Governor Over the last year, I have regularly written about the importance of running government like a business. It is something I have been focusing on in state agencies over my first 16 months as your ...
  • America’s Got Talent’s Elvis impersonator to perform in Lewellen

    An ELVIS Rock n’ Remember Tribute will be held on Saturday, June 11 at 7 p.m. at the Lewellen Tiger Den in Lewellen. The show will feature an Elvis impersonator, Joseph Hall, as he performs Elvis’ best-loved hits. After making it to the top ten of NB...
  • Wallace fourth graders plant tree for Arbor Day

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  • Rich tradition of scouting continues in Perkins County

    Troop 160 added three new members to the Eagle Scout ranks when Michael Beck, James McArtor and Charles Johnson were awarded their Eagle Scout badges. The Court of Honor was held at the Evangelical Free Church in Grant on Sunday, May 8. The records dati...
  • Kemling, boys’ relays headed to state meet

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelSenior Emily Kemling and the boys’ 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams will represent Perkins County at this weekend’s state track meet in Omaha. Kemling will compete in the 3200-meter run and goes in with the 14th faste...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Evaluating talent in the NBA Pitching with PritchBy Larry Pritchett The NBA has never been a favorite of mine to watch. I even told my high school teams not to watch the NBA because just watching it gave you bad habits. There were a lot of players in th...
  • Sando selected for 2016 West Nebraska All-Star football game

    Perkins County’s Sean Sando is among the players selected to play in the 38th annual West Nebraska All-Star football game in Scottsbluff. The 64 members of the all- star teams were nominated by their respective high school coaches and selected by the ...
  • Wildcats qualify five individuals, one relay for state

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelWallace Wildcats senior Tanner Clough and freshman Micah Swedberg won district championships at the D-9 district meet in Cambridge last week. They join three other individuals and one relay team who punched their tick...
  • College Notes/School Notes

    Hagan graduates from UNL Jeremy Hagan of Madrid was among nearly 2,800 graduates who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in historic ceremonies May 6 and 7.Hagan earned a master’s degree in professional accountancy. Reichert recei...