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  • ALCO closing to change retail landscape

      This is the second in a two-part series about Alco stores in Imperial and Ogallala Closing and the impact it will have on the region’s retail landscape. By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Ogallala, like many communities across Nebraska, is braci...
  • City signs resolution to put state’s mind at ease

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Don’t cry wolf may be the message that the Nebraska Rural Water Agency is telling Grant city officials. Dana Harris, Grant City Administrator, noted to the council on Nov. 11 that the local water main and meter project ...
  • All I want Santa...

      Gabby Bazan, 4, of Venango, tells Santa what she wants for Christmas. Bazan was one of many children on hand for the annual holiday extravaganza in Venango on Dec. 6 and asked Santa for a pink bicycle and some Legos. The theme this year was ‘Cou...
  • Pioneer families have rich history in county

      This is the first story featuring a pioneer family in Perkins County as part of the hospital foundation campaign.   By Jan Rahn Tribune Staff Nearly too many to count, the Deavers make up six generations of Perkins County residents. Bernie De...
  • Tribune-Sentinel to alter schedule for the holidays

    With the holiday season rapidly approaching, the Grant Tribune-Sentinel will have special hours for upcoming holidays and special events. The Tribune-Sentinel office will be open from 8 a.m.-noon on Dec. 23. The paper will be printed and mailed out that m...
  • Christmas worship and events

    Dec. 24, 4:30 p.m. Christmas Eve candlelight service at Grant City Park   Zion Lutheran ChurchDec. 3, 10, 17: Supper at 6 p.m.; Advent service, 7 p.m. Dec. 14: Children’s Christmas program, 10 a.m.    Dec. 24: Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, 5 ...
  • Voices to the heavens

      Over 50 singers representing a variety of church congregations from throughout Perkins County gathered at the Grant Evangelical Free Church on Dec. 7 for a community church choir concert. The large group sang three songs, ‘Advent Noel,’ ‘A C...
  • And the winner is...

      Above: The first chamber drawing at Hatch’s Super Foods in Grant was held Dec. 6. Five drawings of $50 in chamber bucks was held with the funds doubling if the person was present at the time of the drawing. Dawnya Dreiling, left, helped present De...
  • Cookie Day a huge success

      Coy Aerni, left, Matthew Aerni, center and Miles Lagler of the Lutheran Youth group weigh a box of cookies during the annual Cookie Day at Zion Lutheran Church on Dec. 6. The sale brought in $900 with proceeds going to the Perkins County Weekend Foo...
  • Cornelius receives volunteer award

    Carol Cornelius of Grant was awarded the Girl Scout Volunteer of Excellence Award. Girl Scout volunteers are making a difference! They provide the support and guidance that instills confidence, leadership ability and a collaborative spirit in girls. Last ...
  • Grant Post Office ready for busiest mailing day

    The Grant Post Office estimates most of the cards, letters and packages will be mailed on Monday, Dec. 15, making it the busiest mailing day of the year. Nationwide, an estimated 640 million cards, letters and packages are expected to be mailed that day....
  • Midwest Musings

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor When my wife and I were first dating I would notice she was always a bit distracted going out to eat. She would casually glance around the restaurant and not really pay attention to me and I would ask what she was doing wi...
  • From the Pulpit

    By Pastor Chris Costrini Venango Community Church Everyone expects that God’s son would come from a perfect family. That’s why the skeletons in Jesus’ closet – four women of questionable backgrounds found in His genealogy – are so surprising. T...
  • Middle school holiday concert held

      Top: The seventh and eighth grade band at Perkins County Middle School play ‘Away in the Manger’ during the annual winter concert on Dec. 2 in Madrid. The group also performed ‘Carol of the Bells.’ Below: The sixth grade choir sings ‘Chris...
  • Wallace drama team places fourth

      On Wednesday, Dec. 3, the Wallace drama team participated in District one-acts at North Platte High School. Their presentation of “The Odyssey” earned them a fourth place finish behind Thedford, first; Wauneta-Palisade, second; and McPherson Cou...
  • Perkins County students participate in FFA quiz bowl

      Students from Perkins County compete during a quiz bowl Wednesday, Dec. 3 at North Platte Community College. They were among 250 Future Farmers of America (FFA) students participating in the District 9 Nebraska Leadership Skills event. The students ...
  • PCS activity calendar

    Dec. 11-17 Thursday, Dec. 11Lions Club screening Friday, Dec. 127:30 FFA meetingBball at Kimball (JV 4 p.m.) Saturday, Dec. 13ACT Test8 a.m. wrestling at Gor-Rush9 a.m. youth basketball leagueBball at Goth (JV 1 p.m.) Monday, Dec. 15Noon: school board...
  • PCS third at UNL Math Day

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Some Perkins County High School mathletes flexed their mental muscles on Nov. 21 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Math Day, finishing in third place.A total of 1,506 students from 105 high schools participated in the ...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Eichorst’s curve ball By Larry Pritchett Shawn Eichorst must have been an outstanding baseball pitcher before going into athletic administration because he just threw the best curve ball ever when he hired Mike Riley as the next head football coach fo...
  • Wildcats start season 2-0

      By LaDonna Swedberg Contributing Writer The basketball season got underway for the Wallace Wildcats last Thursday evening when they hosted the Wauneta-Palisade Broncos.  The game very much resembled a season opening game as both teams struggled to...