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  • Senior center holds open house

    Senior center holds open house Sheyenne Glascow of Omaha, the six-year-old granddaughter of David and Nancie Peterson of Madrid, pictured in background, watches while Perkins County Senior Center cook Lisa Resor dishes up a cinnamon roll Wednesday, Jul...
  • PCHS has new logo

    Perkins County Health Services has a new logo! Eighty-two percent of employees have voted for the cross as our new logo! The new logo is our brand! The brand identifies PCHS as distinct or unique from other organizations. This brand is PCHS’s promise ...
  • Home Health: helping patients for 22 years

    Hi-Line Home Health Director Shaun Meyer, back left, stands next to three of her staff, (Front row, l-r): Luanne Barner and Cathy Smith. Back, right: Betty Thomas. Not pictured: Kay Softley, Tracy Eveland, Amy Day, Candy Jensen and Chelle Gaston. Home ...
  • Art is Good For the Soul

    Dr. Cliff Colglazier (center), along with CNA Cody McKnight, (kneeling) and RN Kim McVay, show off a wall near the PCHS nurses station that staff have been decorating. Art is good for the soul By Becky UehlingManaging EditorAs the hospital’s buildin...
  • Local scouts earn badges with articles

    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.“Why I love the boy Scouts”By: Matthew Aerni Hi...
  • What's Up?

    Anticipate the Perseid Shower - By: VernonWhetstone Did you see the “Blue Moon” last Friday? Wasn’t blue was it? The term “Blue Moon” is just one of those things that gets attached to something. In this case two full moons in one calendar mont...
  • Perkins County sends swimmers to state meet

    Perkins County sends swimmers to state meet Perkins County Great Plains Tsunami Team members qualifying for the state meet held in Lexington on July 18 included (Front row, l-r): Madelyn Ingold, Alexis Noyes, Meredith Gloy, Jacqueline Gloy and Antonio ...
  • College Notes

    Daniels attends college orientation About 250 individuals attended new student orientation this summer at Central Community College-Columbus. The one-day orientation sessions at CCC-Columbus were May 20, June 11, July 9 and July 28. Participants had the ...
  • Perkins County students attend health career camp

          By Shari FriedelTribune Staff Two Perkins County High School students had the unique opportunity of some hands-on exposure to the health field this summer.Brandie Ross and Renae Goodwin were two of 30 students chosen from a field of applican...
  • Elmshaeuser named to NADO board

    The National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) announced that Karl Elmshaeuser has been elected to NADO’s board of directors. Elmshaeuser, the Executive Director of West Central Nebraska Development District (WCNDD) in Ogallala, will begin...
  • Osler farms, a legacy of wheat production since 1885

    Osler Harvest:  A grain cart waits for the combine during harvest on the Osler farm near Elsie. By Kelly SchnoorNebraska wheat board intern The Osler name is not new to wheat. Scott Osler of rural Elsie belongs to a family that has been farming the c...
  • Increased ordinance enforcement begins in Grant

    By Becky Uehling Managing Editor A new law enforcement contract between the City of Grant and the Perkins County Commissioners has begun, with an increased emphasis on city ordinance enforcement. Between July 6 and July 15, 60 ordinance violations within...
  • It’s fair time

    By Becky Uehling Managing Editor The 2015 Perkins County Fair is this week and there is a little something planned for everyone. Although some 4-H events started last week and earlier this week, the majority of activities begin Thursday, July 30. Thu...
  • Thompsons named as Grand Marshals

      By Becky Uehling Managing Editor For 65 years, Loyal, 90, and Ina, 89, (Daiss) Thompson have laid down roots in Perkins County, and the people here have reaped what they have sown. For their dedication and love for the county, the Thompsons have ...
  • Dahlkoetter honored as Good Neighbor

    By Becky Uehling Managing Editor With example after example of his good deeds, neighbors of 55-year-old Earl Dahlkoetter of Grant say he is one-of-a kind and definitely worthy of the title of Good Neighbor, which Earl has been awarded for this year’s...
  • Main street business closes

    Customers of 310 Central American Grill were met with paper over the windows and doors at the business on Saturday, July 25, in Grant with signs on the doors stating the establishment is closed until further notice. Monday morning, business owner Tim ...
  • Cruise night is Aug. 7

    By Becky Uehling Managing Editor The City of Grant will once again host Cruise Night this year on Friday, Aug. 7. This will be the fourth year that the city, the Perkins County Chamber and Midwest Electric have come together to encourage car connoisseurs...
  • Courthouse window project 50 percent complete

    Approximately 38 of 57 windows have been replaced by Becky Uehling Managing Editor The window replacement project at the Perkins County Courthouse is approximately 50 percent done, according to Sheriff Jim Brueggeman who is also the building and grounds...
  • Mikey Ride funds to benefit Koop

    By Kamie Stephen North Platte Telegraph Richelle Koop, 40, of Wallace, is a paraeducator and bus driver at Wallace Public Schools, but after an accident in March, it was unclear for a while if she’d ever get back on the bus or return to the classroom.K...
  • Offenders register

    This information is being provided to the public pursuant to Nebraska State Statute, section 29-4013, to protect members of the public from potential harm. Frederick John Torres, Jr.The notification is to inform the public Frederick John Torres, Jr., has ...