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  • Studio Designs now Cotton Empire

    By Kara CosentinoGrant Tribune-SentinelA new empire is taking over Grant. Jason and Ashleigh Noyes, owners of Studio Designs, have sold the business to Nick and LaRae Day, who have renamed it Cotton Empire. Noyeses bought the screen printing business ...
  • Spring system brings nearly 4 inches of rain

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelWeather forecasters made another perfect call last weekend when they predicted a spring storm system would bring significant rainfall to much of southwest and central Nebraska. In late March, they called a spring bliz...
  • Water meter installation underway

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelBlue flags, a blue painted line on the curb and curb stops circled in blue dot the front of homes on Grassland Ridge this week. The flags and paint indicate where new water meters will be installed at the homes. ...
  • Omaha resident guards President Lincoln

    John W. Nichols came to Nebraska after the Civil War and settled in Omaha. In 1894 he told the Omaha Bee how his company of Pennsylvania soldiers was deployed in 1862 as President Lincoln’s bodyguard. The account was published in the paper on Nov. 2...
  • Open house held at Stumpf Wheat Center

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  • ATVs need to be licensed

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  • PCHS recognizes 275 years of service

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelMembers of the hospital’s Morale Committee put together a memorable evening for the Perkins County Health Services employee appreciation banquet Friday night. They decorated the fairgrounds building with a Mardi Gra...
  • Trees dying at park

    I don’t really care that much about Arbor Day, but I do know that many trees in our park are dying or will be before too long. I think these younger trees need to be planted way ahead of time so they can get some growth on them before the other ones die...
  • Ethanol production waste of natural resources

    About the article for water meters two weeks ago, I don’t believe we have a water shortage in Nebraska. The main reason being that if we were anywhere near a water shortage, the first thing to do would be to stop ethanol production. It is a vast waste o...
  • Capitol View

    What just happened? Is it over yet? The 104th Legislature is over, but the malady lingers on. The things left undone in the short (60-day) second session were the big story. The major issues: corrections; health care for needy Nebraskans; and tax reform...
  • Hughes' Views

    Last week was the beginning of the end of the 104th session of the Nebraska Legislature. Tuesday and Wednesday were the 58th and 59th days of this 60-day session. Wednesday, April 20 is the 60th day. It’s reserved for voting on veto overrides after the ...
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  • Schellhorn admitted to Imperial manor as first veteran

    By Carolyn LeeImperial Republican The Imperial Manor has received the first veteran to qualify for Veterans Administration (VA) benefits under the Manor’s new contract with the VA. Arnold Schellhorn, 88, of Grant was admitted April 1. He served as a s...
  • Archaeology program and meeting in Ogallala on April 30

    The Nebraska Archaeological Society (NAS) will hold a quarterly meeting on Saturday, April 30, at 1:30 p.m. at the Petrified Wood Gallery, 418 E. First St., in Ogallala. All meetings of the NAS are open to the general public and everyone interested in arc...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Looking at the NBA Last week the regular season of the NBA came to an end and two of the final games had some very interesting history-setting statistics. The Lakers finally played their last game of the season and won their 17th game of the year to fini...
  • Perkins County golfers win Hershey meet

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelTroy Kemling’s Plainsmen golf team notched their second team title in as many starts, winning the Hershey Invite Thursday, April 14.The meet was played on the Oregon Trails Golf Course in Sutherland.  Kemling sai...
  • McArtor and Kemling receive golds at state FFA

    Nebraska FFA members and chapters were honored for their accomplishments at the 88th Nebraska FFA State Convention held April 6-8 in Lincoln. James McArtor and Nathan Kemling both received first place awards. Their awards and those of other Perkins County...
  • Third quarter “A” Honor Roll announced

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  • Maaliao receives award

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  • College Notes

    Students to be inducted into PTK The public is invited to attend an induction ceremony for new members of the North Platte Community College chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa academic honor society scheduled for 1:30 p.m. CT on April 24 McDonald-Belton Thea...