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  • Elsie seniors gather

    The Elsie Seniors held their monthly luncheon Tuesday, July 21, at the Elsie Legion Hall. They enjoyed a catered meal of chicken fried chicken, potatoes and gravy, beets and jello salad. Commercial State Bank sponsored the cake with a patriotic theme. C...
  • Perkins County Pipeline

    Red hatters enjoy show Fourteen ladies traveled to Ogallala to eat and enjoy the a show of cowboys and cowgirls on July 24.  The menu had lots to choose from, and there was a grand sampling of Rocky Mountain Oysters.  The cowboys and cowgirls entertain...
  • Magnificat Brunch to be held in Ogallala

    Bishop Joseph Hanefeldt of Grand Island will be the featured speaker at the Magnificat Brunch hosted by the Ogallala Chapter, Our Lady of the Harvest, on Saturday, Aug. 8 in Ogallala at 9 a.m. The brunch will be served at the Quality Inn, off the I-80 exi...
  • Petrified Wood Gallery features Nebraska artist

    Artist Ron Nordyke, a Norfolk native, who now resides in Chappell, Nebraska, is being featured at the Petrified Wood & Art Gallery, 418 East 1st Street, Ogallala, Nebraska, until August 31, 2015.The exhibit is titled “Take Me Back…” “Discoveri...
  • Another Perspective

    Bird watching sparks a new buzz during these hot summer days By Lori Pankonin Co-Publisher What an amazing boost it is to dedicate time enjoying Mother Nature. A simple act of watching birds sparked a new buzz in my summer.We had a guest staying awhile ...
  • Cogitation

    Welcome to McDonald’s, let’s make memories, please By Jo McCormick When this column goes to print all the fireworks will be spent, at least those associated with the holiday. However, we all know that life has some fireworks, too.As our family was g...
  • What's Up

    Sagittarius meets Scorpius in center galaxy By Vernon Whetstone Amateur Astronomer Before we get to Sagittarius, I want to take a quick jump back to Scorpius, or at least to the area around the scorpion, specifically in what is today called Libra, the S...
  • Boy Scouts earn merit badges with written articles

    Editor’s Note: Local Boy Scouts from Troop 160 working toward their Communications Merit Badge submitted articles to the Tribune-Sentinel with the topic being of their choosing. The articles are re-printed as submitted. Two more articles will be printed...
  • College Notes

    McConnell graduating from UNK Graduate and undergraduate degrees for 244 will be conferred at University of Nebraska at Kearney commencement exercises at 10 a.m., Friday, July 31. The exercises will be in the Nebraskan Student Union. Among the graduates...
  • Football camps held

    Football camps were held at Perkins County Schools last week with boys from third grade through seniors completing the camp. (Above) Front row, l-r: Zaybreon Hanson, Brendon Handon, Ben Skeels, Jackson Wykert, Landon Noyes, Oscar Boldt, Maddox Lee, Daws...
  • FSA Scoop

    Perkins County FSA taking ARC/PLC enrollment appointments By Teri Moss FSA Director The Perkins County FSA Office is currently setting appointments to enroll ARC/PLC contracts. Over the next month you will receive an email or postcard with the date and ...
  • 310 Central closes doors

    Dear Editor:It is with heavy hearts that Kimberly and I write this letter. After careful consideration, effective immediately, 310 Central American Grill will shut down all operations. Please know that we did not come to this decision easily. Over the pas...
  • Chamber still needs help in meeting fireworks expense

    In the pace of life, do you ever look back and regret that your good intentions disappear into the tapestry of busyness? If you do, then you are not alone. Two months ago a friend of mine had a baby. Soon after this baby’s birth, I purchased a card to ...
  • A new era begins

    Three generations of Bullock-Long have served area for 88 years By Russ Pankonin Johnson Publications Eighty-eight years of service by the Bullock-Long families to the Perkins County area officially came to a close last week. On Wednesday, July 15,...
  • Group seeks new pool for Grant

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor While the group does not have a formal name yet, it does have a formal, clear and concise purpose. A group of concerned local citizens, numbering around 30, have been organized to work with the City of Grant in findin...
  • City officials remind public on parking changes

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor October 1 isn’t necessarily rapidly approaching, however, Grant City Administrator Dana Harris does not want Grant citizens to let the date go unnoticed. Ordinance 14-11-01 was voted into effect in November 2014 by the ...
  • City, school agree on paving for Eighth Street

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor With the end in sight on the new addition to Perkins County High School, clean-up and repair is on the mind of city officials. A portion of Eighth Street was officially closed off once the school addition project started ...
  • Stepanovic finds a home in county

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Although a young man, Strahinja Stepanovic has lived a full life. The native of Serbia is the new extension educator in Perkins County. The High Plains are a far cry from the life Stepanovic grew up in while in Europe. Ne...
  • Shelter receives donation

      Perkins County Clerk Rita Long, left, presented Dr. Shannon Jensen of the Perkins County Animal Shelter a check for $1,310 last week as part of a silent auction to raise funds for charity. At the June Nebraska Association of County Clerks, Registe...
  • Perkins County Fair Schedule

    Wednesday, July 22 • 9:00 AM 4-H Clothing/Style judging     Methodist Church. (For contestants/parents/leaders only)Monday, July 27 • 8:30 AM 4-H Dog Show registration • 9:00 AM 4-H Dog Show (dance hall)Tuesday, July 28 • 8:30 AM 4-H Horse Sho...