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  • Mealtime Makeovers...No bake–easy

    By Ashleigh NoyesTribune Staff 'With the start and stop of beginning harvest, things get crazy at our house. Schedules are ever changing, so plans are rarely made for meals and such. When I was a small girl I remember going to the fields with my Grandma ...
  • What's Up...Watching seasons pass by

    By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer These wonderfully warmish, clear, October evenings have provided some excellent opportunities for some autumnal stargazing, and the earlier sunsets have given us earlier hours in the evening to do it. With the sun se...
  • CWC meets Oct. 15

    “You are Royalty” is the theme for the Grant Christian Women’s Club Saturday,  Oct. 15. Beginning at 12:30 p.m. MT Brenda Copeland from Bastrop, La. will be doing a mini music concert and sharing her story of “How to be a Princess and Not Wear t...
  • Cogitation...Golden hours at Golden Ours

    By Jo McCormickMadrid Resident I feel obligated, because of my respect for activity personnel, to tell you that many of the situations I relate in these narratives probably cannot happen anymore. Why, you say? Emergent government regulations! Imagine tha...
  • Denver author/songwriter featured at next Magnificat

    Mary Lou Alexander of Denver will be the featured speaker at the Magnificat brunch hosted by the Ogallala Chapter, Our Lady of the Harvest, on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Ogallala, at 9 a.m. MT. The brunch will be served at Valentino’s, 55 East River Road, of...
  • Ron Gustafson to speak Oct. 19 in North Platte

    Motivational speaker Ron “Gus” Gustafson will speak at North Platte Community College at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the South Campus gymnasium. Raised on a farm in Lyons, Gustafson was a standout basketball player in high school in spite of havi...
  • Registrations taken for parenting class

    Region II Human Services is now accepting registrations for Common Sense parenting of Toddlers and Preschoolers parent class. The class will be held on Mondays starting Nov., 7, 14, 21, and Dec. 5 from 7 - 9 p.m. MT. The class will meet at the Chase Co. C...
  • Engineering on NRD augmentation continues

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Engineering work continues on a project by the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) designed to put water back into the Republican River for compact compliance purposes. Jasper Fanning, manager of the...
  • Stop means stop

    Is it going to take a child or adult being hit and severely injured before the public decides to sit up and take notice that we have a crossing guard on daily duty?! It’s amazing how many drivers pay absolutely no heed to the fact that there are school...
  • Discovering beauty

    By Pastor Rich SavageUnited Methodist Church, Grant Last week I talked a little about my love of travel. I was fortunate enough to spend two years of my medical training in Ogden, Utah. (I was a family practice physician before God called me into pastora...
  • Soybean harvest at its height this week

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Under clear skies and with unseasonably warm temperatures, the farmers in Perkins County had soybean harvest well underway toward the end of last week. At that time, Frenchman Valley Coop manager Gary Talich said the crop’...
  • City looking into selling farm/economic development land

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Depending on the costs involved, the farm ground owned by the city might soon go on the auction block. At the regular meeting of Grant City Council on Sept. 27, council members instructed City Superintendent Tyson McGreer to lo...
  • Logo announced for county’s 125th

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor An artist’s rendition of everything Perkins County stands for has been adopted by the committee in charge of the 125th anniversary in 2012. The logo will appear on numerous souvenir items already on order that will be offered...
  • Two still in running for judgeship

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Two candidates out of five vying for the 11th Circuit Judgeship remain and their names have been forwarded to Gov. Dave Heineman to consider for filling the vacancy created when Judge John P. Murphy retired in August. The nomine...
  • Lincoln pipeline public hearing a resounding “no”

    Nebraskans get their say on pipeline before State Department.By Erinn Wakeman and Renee Pflughaupt Nebraska News Service Opponents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline came out in droves as the second session of federal public hearings continued into the ...
  • We’re number one!

    Nebraska beats the nation in population growth. According to Census Bureau numbers Nebraska’s population climbed to 1.83 million between July of 2009 and July of 2010. That means the state grew at a faster rate than the overall U.S. population for that...
  • Edwards to face more charges

    By Mary PierceKeith County News editor In addition to the three  felony theft by unlawful taking charges Blake Edwards of Ogallala currently faces, the former Keith County attorney also has been charged with two counts of income tax evasion and three cou...
  • Post honors the changing of the Guard

    On Sept. 10, the National Guard Post in North Platte changed command. Capt. Kevin Janousek, who has commanded the post for the last two years, handed over command to First Lt. Clinton Brady. Brady is a graduate of Perkins County High School and Universi...
  • Third grade visits Westview

    On Wednesday, Sept. 21 at the Westview Retirement Community, the third grade class from Perkins County Schools walked over to visit with the residents along with their teachers Cindy Regier and Pennie Reese.   Each student was given the opportunity to as...
  • Ogallala Garden Club meets Oct. 6

    The Ogallala Garden Club will be holding their monthly meeting Thursday, 7 p.m.  Oct. 6, at the ESU Building at 314 West 1st Street.   The educational topic for the evening will be tree grafting. Tree grafting is a great way to preserve favorite fruit v...