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  • Non-incumbents must file by Aug. 1 for village boards

    To enter the races for Village Trustees or ESU, non-incumbent candidates have until Wednesday, Aug. 1 to file. Monday, July 16 was the deadline for incumbents to file—Zach Giesselmann met the deadline to file for the Village of Elsie. Below are the can...
  • Kuskie new veterans service officer

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Perkins County veterans have a new service officer who is learning the ins and outs of how to best serve their needs in the first floor office of the courthouse in Grant. Larry Kuskie took over the position of Whitey Shirley who...
  • Coach Kay becomes new tech director

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Chip Kay wears several hats at Perkins County High School—this fall he is giving up one position and taking on another. Kay is the new technology director, replacing Chris Mestl. He will continue to serve as the school’s act...
  • Former para to teach and coach at PCS this fall

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Several changes are taking place within the walls of Perkins County High School this fall—one of those being the position of business teacher. Renee Seiler is becoming half-time instructor in business, replacing Chip Kay, and...
  • Fireworks donation omitted

    The Tribune inadvertently left out a contributor to the Fourth of July fireworks show. Aurora Co-op employees contributed toward a finalé—the names of Mike and Bonnie Johnston, who organized the company’s contribution, were left out. We apologize....
  • Those wishing to attend Relay For Life can catch ride to Ogallala July 20

    A bus will pick up passengers in Grant who wish to attend the Relay For Life. The free coach bus service is provided by Ogallala resident Terry Johnson who simply enjoys driving people to various events. Meet at Westview 5:30 p.m. Friday for a ride. Will ...
  • Library hosts book signing

        By Jan RahnManaging Editor A book signing Sunday at Hastings Memorial Library was well attended by those seeking “The Waiting Cross,” author P. F. Bottom’s latest novel based on the life of St. Luke, the only Gentile writer in the New Tes...
  • ‘Between the covers’ launched at HML

    “Between the Covers” is this summer’s theme for the Adult Reading Program at the Hastings Memorial Library in Grant.  The 2012 Summer Reading Program starts on July 23 and will run through August 25.  The program is open to adults ages 18 and olde...
  • Golden Ours residents to sell produce

        By Shari FriedelTribune Staff Residents at Golden Ours Convalescent Home are about to reap the benefits of a community garden they have been tending since spring. The idea originated when Chelle Gaston, activity director at Golden Ours since Mar...
  • President of Records is featured speaker at brunch

    Susan Stein of Donnellson, Iowa will be the featured speaker at the Magnificat Brunch hosted by the Ogallala Chapter, Our Lady of the Harvest, on Saturday, July 21, at Ogallala, Neb. at 9 A.M. (M.T.).  The Brunch will be served at Valentino’s, 55 East ...
  • Westview residents enjoy outing

        Westview residents enjoyed an outing to Oshkosh and Lewellen on Saturday, July 7. First stop was to visit Ella Mae DeLancey in ??. Their travel then led them to “The Most Unlikely Place” in Lewellen for a family dinner and show, featuring Pa...
  • VBS provides mosquito nets for foreign kids

      One hundred children in another part of the world will rest easier at night thanks to the efforts of the children who attended Vacation Bible School at the Grant United Methodist during June. The three-day event was attended by 60 children between t...
  • Wallace blood drive is July 20

    The Wallace High School scholarship blood drive will be Friday, July 20,  from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. CT to benefit the American Red Cross.   The blood drive will be held at the community hall located on the main street of Wallace.  Walk-ins are welcome.   ...
  • Class of ‘56 holds gathering

      Nine of the 22 graduates in Perkins County High School’s class of 1956 gathered at a park in Ogallala on Thursday, July 12. Classmates attending include (l-r): Rich Nodlinski, Loneta Oliva, Margaret Skrabac, Marlene (Schilling) Nodlinski, Claudett...
  • Collecting for toddler with injuries

    A benefit account has been set up at Adams Bank in Grant for two-year-old Maelyn Hutchens, hospitalized in Indianapolis with multiple fractures and injuries resulting from domestic violence.             The toddler is the great niece of Karen McC...
  • Feed My Starving Children event returns to Imperial

      By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Volunteers are still needed for the Southwest Nebraska Meals for God’s Children “Feed My Starving Children” event, to be held in Imperial July 24-28. This is the second year the volunteer-driven event will...
  • Go Green with Goff

    It’s time to start cleaning green By Samantha GoffTribune Sentinel Staff When it comes to cleaning the house, the fastest way is always best. I’m not sure about you, but there are plenty of other things I’d rather do. However, I do really pride my...
  • What's Up

    Prime time to view clusters By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer I hope many of you had the opportunity to observe the conjunction of the moon, Venus, Jupiter, and the star Aldebaran last Sunday morning before sunrise. I have said many times, I am not ...
  • Shaun's Thoughts

    Raise health awareness By Shaun MeyerDirector of Home Health Services The information within is from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid: More than 68 million Americans are living with high blood pressure, and many of them don’t know it. High bloo...
  • Warning to smokers: keep butts in your car

    Throwing a lit cigarette out of a moving vehicle on a Nebraska roadway could result in a hefty $500 fine and three months in jail. A second violation of this offense could result in a $1,000 fine and six months in jail. The reason for such severe penalti...