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  • Ground to be broken soon on new hospital

    By Tim LinscottManaging Editor The Perkins County Health Services board gave the nod to the bid packages presented by Darland Construction Company last week and construction is to start in the next few weeks. Bob Cummings, Brenda Kiolbasa, Bonnie Taubenhe...
  • Making memories

      Above: Kelan Sis (left) and Carlie Waitley share a smile during the reception line after Perkins County High School’s graduation on May 10. Sis and Waitley were two of the 30 graduates from PCHS this year. Below: Maria Lopez greets a young on-lo...
  • Postcard back in Grant nearly 46 years later

        By Jan RahnTribune Staff Life’s unexpected surprises are weird and fun. They have a way of finding us, sometimes changing us. There are times where the past unfolds or the secrets are revealed. The following story is one of those fun mome...
  • Our Community's History

    Council sought water meter costs 25 years ago By Brooke Pankonin One Year AgoMay 2, 2013 Grant Rotarians hosted a team of Brazilian public school teachers through the Rotary International Exchange Program. The team, led by Waldir Francisco de Andrade, s...
  • Mid-May blizzard

      Perkins County awakened to blizzard conditions Monday, May 12, after overnight rain showers. Inclement weather conditions in Wyoming caused closure of Interstate 80 in western Nebraska. The snow tapered off by mid-morning and along with the rain bro...
  • Four generations of Grant residents

      (L-R) Kerry (Wykert) Lehl, 15-month-old Mileena Handy, Bellamy (Lehl) Handy and Dorothy (Bell) Wykert present a unique quality in four generations in that they were all born in Perkins County and all live in Grant. Dorothy has lived in the same hous...
  • Women’s Connection to host mother/daughter tea

    Mothers and daughters have a very special “connection” that will be celebrated at the Ogallala/Grant Women’s Connection on Wednesday, May 21, at the Quality Inn in Ogallala, at the I-80 interchange beginning at 7 p.m. MDT.   The mother/daughter tea...
  • Gerald Spangler memorial given to Perkins County Ambulance

    A memorial in the name of Gerry Spangler was presented to the Grant Fire Department and Perkins County Ambulance by the family of Gerald Spangler at the May 5 business meeting. This memorial will be used to purchase new equipment for the Perkins County Am...
  • Gerald Spangler memorial given to Perkins County Ambulance

    A memorial in the name of Gerry Spangler was presented to the Grant Fire Department and Perkins County Ambulance by the family of Gerald Spangler at the May 5 business meeting. This memorial will be used to purchase new equipment for the Perkins County Am...
  • Midwest Musings

    It has its own spacial vortex By Timothy LinscottManaging Editor Mother’s Day was last Sunday, as was my oldest daughter’s big pageant. It is during this weekend you really get to see the true merits of parenting. My wife, Debra, truly deserves a lot...
  • Pulpit Reflections

    Triumph and Joy By Father Mark PfeifferMother of Sorrows/St. Mary’s Catholic Church I know many of you have shared in a victory, a triumph. It may have been your team succeeding in a championship. There is nothing quite like a sweet success. The commu...
  • What’s Up?

    The good and the bad By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer There is good news and bad news this week space fans. The good news is, there are several planetary conjunctions occurring this week which will make great binocular/telescope sights. The bad new...
  • Be careful renewing driver’s license online

    Attorney General Jon Bruning recently issued a consumer alert for Nebraskans to avoid third-party websites that charge fees to process online driver’s license renewals. In Nebraska, online driver’s license renewal is available at the official Nebraska...
  • Parents advised to have children vaccinated

    In 2012, more than 48,000 cases of whooping cough (pertussis) were reported in the United States; it was the largest U.S. outbreak since 1955 when more than 62,000 cases were reported. In 2013, the number of whooping cough cases rose locally, too. This pr...
  • Class of 2014 walks down the aisle

      On May 10 the class of 2014 for Perkins County walked down the aisle to go from high school students to alumni. After ‘Pomp and Circumstance’ brought the processional into the gymnasium, Matthew Sestak gave the opening remarks with Tayler Walter...
  • Chamber hands out prizes

      The Perkins County Chamber of Commerce helped volunteer at ‘Water Day’ at Perkins County Elementary on May 12. Prizes were randomly drawn to give to students. Those students included (Front row, l-r): Kloie Campbell, Michelle Briggs, Lexi Fisher...
  • Honors night

      Above: During honors night at Wallace High School on May 5, Pat and Shirley Aylward received the Big Blue Booster Award. They are flanked by their son Marty and granddaughter Paige, a senior at Wallace. Below: Activities queen and king, Jaclyn Nelso...
  • Wildcat graduation 2014

      School board president Cindy Christensen gives her niece, Makenzie Aylward, her diploma during graduation ceremonies at Wallace High School on Saturday, May 10. There were 15 graduates from Wallace this year. The class colors were black, lime and tu...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Some things are just worth it By Larry PritchettPast PCHS activities director The current school year is coming to an end.  With that the athletic season winds to a halt also.  Not at the same time but close depending on when schools schedule their la...
  • PCS athletes prove themselves

    By Tim LinscottManaging Editor The Best of the Midwest track meet at Sutherland focuses on individual achievements and team scores are not tallied. This gives the chance for athletes to concentrate on their own individual accomplishments and several Perki...