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  • What's Up...Interesting sky above

    By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer There is an old curse that says, “May you live in interesting times.” I don’t know if we are cursed or not, but there are some interesting things to look for this week. Let’s start in the north. Our old frien...
  • Artbeat...Ogallala painter displaying at Meadowlark Gallery during month of June

    Open house scheduled for Sunday, June 12, 1-3 . By Shari FriedelTribune Staff Ogallala painter Mindy Schulz is the featured artist at Meadowlark Gallery in Grant during the month of June. Schulz was born and raised in Ogallala. She attended the Universi...
  • CWC to hold guest night June 17

    It is a night for guests!   Bring a guest and enjoy the evening listening to the guest speaker, Sylvana Airan, who is originally from Pakistan. The Christian Women’s Club will be hosting their annual guest night, Friday evening June 17 at 6 p.m. MT a...
  • Get in the running

    Tips for runners of all levels. Whether taking a leisurely jog or sprint to the finish line in a marathon, running is great exercise. In fact, running is one of the easiest and most popular sports among non-professional athletes, with more than 25 million...
  • Stop eyes from aging

    Most Americans know the importance of UV blocking sunscreen to protect their skin from aging and diseases. Unfortunately, only 32 percent of Americans understand the same is true when it comes to protecting their eyes from aging and diseases. “Summer ca...
  • Unclaimed property specialists to be available at NEBRASKAland DAYS

    Visitors to NEBRASKAland DAYS in North Platte will be able to search the State Treasurer’s Office records for possible unclaimed property in their names or in the names of their businesses, relatives, or friends. More than $1.4 million of unclaimed pro...
  • 4-H Part of NASA-funded effort to boost science, math education

    Nebraska 4-H will be a partner in a statewide NASA-funded effort to boost science and mathematics education for students in more than 100 schools. NASA is providing $750,000 to the Nebraska Department of Education, which will use it to fund programs in Ne...
  • Memorial Day celebrated in peaceful calm

    Those gathering across the Highline to honor the war dead were greeted with a sunny, calm morning Monday, creating an ambience of peace amongst the gravestones laden with colorful wreaths and flags. ...
  • Pastor David Buss to speak at Trinity Lutheran’s 125th

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor After months of planning, the celebration of Trinity Lutheran’s 125th anniversary is just about to come to fruition. The small country church north of Grant has activities planned for Sunday, June 12 to commemorate the event...
  • “Pheasant Run” greets golfers with new name and new look

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor With a new name, new hole markers, new tee signs and new shelter, the golf course on Highway 61 north of Grant has a fresh new look this spring. Renamed Pheasant Run, the lush green course is well marked with new metal “phea...
  • Christensen gets bills passed on gun rights and foster parent issues

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial, who represents the 44th districts, took some time Friday to reflect back on the accomplishments of this year’s legislative session. During the 90-day session, Christensen saw tw...
  • Fireworks fundraising underway

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor With 4th of July just a month away, it’s time to begin fundraising efforts for the annual display put on by the Grant Volunteer Fire Department and Perkins County Chamber. The light show will follow a full day of activities at...
  • Siren replacement still in the works

    County residents should have a plan in place for when a severe storm threatens. By Jan RahnManaging Editor With tornados causing fatalities and significant damage to areas south of here, it’s a good reminder this spring that warning systems can indeed ...
  • Fuel slightly cheaper over Memorial Day

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Gas prices fell slightly prior to the Memorial Day holiday when 34.9 million Americans were projected to travel 50 miles or more from home. That figure, according to AAA, is an increase of 0.2 percent, or 100,000 travelers, ove...
  • Council inches closer to starting water main project along Washington

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor The second reading on an ordinance to start authorization for issuing bonds for the  new water main project was held during the regular meeting of Grant City Council Tuesday night, May 24. Bid opening for the project will be at...
  • Sentences handed down in shooting at Wallace arena

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Jose Florez-Sosa was sentenced in Lincoln County District Court on May 23 for a shooting that took place in Wallace back in November 2010. Judge John Murphy sentenced the 28-year-old Wallace man to prison for 5-10 years on a con...
  • Grant awarded Tree City USA

    Jon Forney (second from left) accepts the Tree City USA award from Governor Dave Heineman, Nebraska State Forester Dr. Scott Josiah and Nebraska Forest Service Community Forester Eric Berg during the annual Nebraska Community Tree Conference and Tree Ci...
  • Westview residents enjoy local musicians

    Donna and the Lou, Lou’s entertained Westview residents Monday, May 23.  This talented group of volunteers is a real treat and very much enjoyed and appreciated by all of Westview. (Courtesy photo)...
  • Library to hold annual book sale

    Hastings Memorial Library in Grant will be hosting its annual summer book sale on Friday-Saturday, June 3-4 in conjunction with Grant’s city-wide garage sales. The sale will be held in the library’s community room at 505 Central Ave. Books will be ava...
  • Calling all world travelers

    Hastings Memorial Library launches summer reading program Readers of all ages will travel the globe this summer as the Hastings Memorial Library presents “One World, Many Stories” during their summer reading program. Children will explore places from...