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  • The American Red Cross seeks blood drive coordinator in Wallace

    The Red Cross is looking for dedicated individuals in Wallace who want to give back to the community through service with the American Red Cross Blood Services. They need volunteers to act as coordinator or co-coordinator of the Wallace Blood Drive. They ...
  • Wallace Legion holds Poppy contest

    The winners of the Wallace Legion Auxiliary fourth grade Poppy contest are (l-r) Karlie Finley, first place; Emma Matson, second place and Jordyn Messersmith, third place. ...
  • Planning & Zoning News

    Survey gives insight to business succession planning By Dennis Demmel Comprehensive Planning Committee Editor’s Note: The following is one of a series of articles on the highlights of the comprehensive plan of Perkins County, adopted in 2013. The info...
  • 50 Shades of Me

    Middle Child Syndrome effects everyone differently By Brooke Pankonin Tribune Staff A few weeks ago I registered my baby for Kindergarten. I’m not normally a super sappy mom, but when I got into the car, I surprised myself by crying a little. Pathetic...
  • From the Pulpit

    Hear His voice By Father Tom Kuffel There are betrayal, brokenness and battles in our lives. Every day we read about the reign of evil. Our world becomes more and more pornographic, antagonistic and inimical. Logic states that the greater the evils, the...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    So much to watch By Larry Pritchett Sports Columnist This past weekend there were a number of big sporting events on the national level. My problem was that only one of them held any interest for me and that was the NBA playoff. There was a hockey game,...
  • Record setting day for Wildcats

      By Tim Linscott Managing Editor For 36 years the Wallace High School 3200 meter track record stood.Darin Russell set the Wildcat mark in 1979 with a time of 10:17.2. On May 1, Wildcat Tanner Clough shattered that mark at the Republican Plains Activ...
  • Records broken at SPVA Invite

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor The Perkins County track squad is coming together at the right time.Twenty-nine personal records were set at the SPVA meet in Hershey on May 1 and a school record was set for the second straight week in the hurdles.Hunter ...
  • Golfers improve

      By Tim Linscott Managing Editor On May 1,the Perkins County Plainsmen hosted the SPVA Invite at Pheasant Run Golf Course.The Plainsmen finished third with 352 team points. Bridgeport was first with 339 team points while Kimball finished second with...
  • Senior of the Month

    Kendra Hoffert of rural Madrid has been selected as the Senior of the Month for April 2015.Throughout her high school career, Kendra has been active in sports, academics and the community.She has been a participant in FFA, cross country, basketball and tr...
  • “Let’s Sing” at PC Elementary

      Perkins County Elementary held the spring music program on April 30 at Perkins County High School with the theme, “No Theme...Let’s Sing.” Top: Second grade students Kaiden Case and Kenna Dickinson momentarily had a case of the giggles while s...
  • “Come On, Get Happy”

      The 2015 Wallace School spring concert was held last week with the theme, “Come On, Get Happy.” Above: The kindergarten through second grade sing “Sing A Little Song.” Other highlights of the night included the fifth grade band playing, “C...
  • Health scholarships awarded to five seniors

    Each year the Perkins County Health Services Foundation awards scholarships to graduating seniors from Perkins County and Wallace High Schools. Students must be entering a medical profession.  This year’s applications were reviewed by the Foundation Sc...
  • New FCCLA officers installed

      FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) officers for the 2015-16 year were installed at the awards ceremony held Monday, April 27 at Perkins County High School. New officers include (l-r): Valerie Perez, secretary; Claire Maaliao, VP...
  • 4-H scholarship awarded

    The Perkins County 4-H Foundation is pleased to announce Courtney Ostermiller as the recipient of its 2015 scholarship. Courtney is the daughter of Todd and Pamela Ostermiller.   Each year, the Perkins County 4-H Foundation awards one scholarship in th...
  • Score camp shaping up to offer several activities for kids

    Students finishing first and second grades this school year will have their first opportunity to experience SCORE June 8, 9 and 10.   SCORE, headquartered in Imperial, stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences. The camps are sponsored by Chase...
  • Tribune to host After 5

    All are invited to the After 5 at the Grant Tribune-Sentinel office on Friday, May 1. Refreshments will be served....
  • Fallen heroes remembered

      make a wall rubbing of the name Fletcher D. Whips that appears on the Vietnam Wall. Whips was one of three Grant soldiers that made the ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War. The other two local soldiers whose names appear on the wall include...
  • Program survives with caveat

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor The fate of girls golf at Perkins County Schools is that the program will survive for the upcoming 2015 school year. However, a failure to post a full varsity squad in 2016 and subsequent years will mean a cancellation of...
  • Water usage to be monitored after exorbitant amount used lately

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Water usage has long been a concern in southwestern Nebraska and in the coming advent of water meters in Grant, that concern is not dwindling in the minds of the city council. At the April 14 Grant City Council meeting ci...