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  • Pulpit Reflections...Celebration of Easter

    After Jesus’ procession into Jerusalem, he continued to preach, teach—proclaiming God’s reign—those in power didn’t like it. Jesus was and is open to all who believe in God, God’s reign, God’s will for all creation. Jesus spoke and did the ...
  • Easter and its traditions

    Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, is Christianity’s most important holiday. It has been called a moveable feast because it doesn’t fall on a set date every year, as most holidays do. Instead, Christian churches in ...
  • So....is spring coming or not?

    Spring break was the second week of March—Easter break is this week—so where is the spring weather? A blizzard roared through the area Thursday night and Friday dumping nearly 10 inches of moisture-laden snow accompanied by high winds. The snow ac...
  • City to up electric rates effective May 1

    By Jan Rahn Managing Editor Just a little over one year ago, Grant City Council approved a resolution to increase electric rates—it’s happening again on May 1. Council unanimously approved a 4 percent increase  in electric rates at their regular mee...
  • Children are focus for new vision therapy

      By Shari FriedelTribune Staff Dr. Tori Gengenbach of First Insight Eyecare believes almost anyone can benefit from vision therapy, and is especially excited to offer help to students who may be struggling in the classroom. Vision therapy has becom...
  • Senator Christensen kills ethanol labeling bill

    Telephone conference report to Grant, Palisade Tuesday, April 19.By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze Sen. Mark Christensen’s Legislative Bill 698, which would have changed the way ethanol-based fuels are labeled at gas pumps, isn’t likely to see the lig...
  • Holy Week services scheduled across Highline

    Grant Zion Lutheran Church April 21, 7 p.m. - Maundy Thursday worship service April 22, 7 p.m. - Good Friday worship service April 24, 7 a.m. - Easter Sunday Sunrise service with breakfast served following.Grant Evangelical Free Church April 22, 6:30 a....
  • Former county attorney bound over to district court

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Blake Edwards, former Keith County attorney, has been bound over to district court for  alleged felony theft. Keith County Judge James Worden said at a preliminary hearing in March there was a pattern of unaccounted expenditu...
  • Waste dumpster available for Grant residents

    In an effort to clean up properties in Grant, city officials are providing a roll off dumpster (for Grant residents only) located at the grass clipping collection site west of the ball field for disposing of non-hazardous unwanted goods. White goods and m...
  • Tribune wins four awards at annual Nebraska Press Association convention in Lincoln over weekend

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Four awards were presented to The Grant Tribune-Sentinel during the 137th annual Nebraska Press Association convention held Friday and Saturday at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln. The Tribune won one first place award and three...
  • Cub Scouts plant tree at Westview

    In striving to finish achieving their “Bear Badge,”  one of the Cub Scouts dens from Pack 160 went to Westview to plant an Autumn Blaze maple tree on Tuesday, April 12. The scouts completed their badge with “Energy Makes Your Planet More Efficient....
  • Pitching with Pritch...That’s why you play the game

    By Larry PritchettPast PCHS Activities Director The NBA season started this past weekend with the NBA playoffs. After 82 practice games, the surviving teams took to the court to decide this year’s champion. There are still a lot of questions to answer...
  • Snow sidelines track teams

      Heavy rain followed by wet, heavy snow and wind forced the cancellation of track practice and a home junior high track meet on Thursday, April 14, all Perkins County school activities on Friday, April 15 and Saturday’s track invitational that was ...
  • Tickets now on sale NCAA® College World Series

    The sale of general admission (GA) seat tickets for the 2011 NCAA® Division I Men’s College World Series® began on April 11, according to Herb E. Hames, ticket chairman of College World Series of Omaha, Inc. (CWS, Inc.). General admission tickets, co...
  • Lady Knights, Coach Thurin receive honors

    Several members of the North Platte Community College Lady Knights basketball team have received postseason honors from the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and the Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference (NCCAC). Sophomore Magg...
  • Mid-America basketball camps to be conducted this summer

    Mike Trader’s Annual Mid-America Basketball Camp will conduct four individual sessions and two team camps this summer. The overnight and commuter camps for boys will be held on June 19-22 and July 24-27 at York College. Day Camps will be held for both ...
  • Honored Morningside athlete has Grant ties

    A former McCook High School athlete has earned post-season academic honors at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa. Cory Gaston is a 6-foot-3 junior guard for the Morningside men’s basketball team. The McCook High School graduate was one of three Mo...
  • Summer nature camps scheduled at Wildcat Hills

    Children are invited to participate in a variety of nature encounters in the Wildcat Hills of western Nebraska south of Gering. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is sponsoring four camps for children pre-kindergarten through the sixth grade. Children...
  • Arts featured at PCHS

    On Sunday and Monday, April 17-18, the public was treated to a sampling of performances and visual arts by Perkins County High School students in the form of two plays, musical selections and a display of student art. ...
  • Kinney Construction scholarships awarded

    Shawn Christensen of Wallace High School and Stephanie Reichert of Perkins County. High School have both been chosen to receive a scholarship from Kinney Construction. Shawn Christensen will attend Southeast Community College in Milford. He will pursue ...