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  • Pinnacle donates to hospital

    Last week,  Pinnacle Bank of Grant issued a $4,000 donation to the Perkins County Health Services Foundation. This money is designated to the purchase of important medical equipment for newborn infants. The equipment, a bilirubin analyzer, is used to ...
  • Vacant building removed for expanded parking at convenience store

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Patrons who frequent In & Out or pull in front of the post office in downtown Grant will be surprised at the sudden change that has taken place in the landscape. A vacant building that sat between the two entities is history. ...
  • Venango Lions host Christmas

    The Venango Lions Club hosted the annual Venango Christmas, Saturday Dec. 17 beginning with a parade followed by a visit by Santa and Rudolph and concluding with a free-will soup supper. The proceeds went to the cost of new playground equipment for the...
  • Santa visits Elsie

    Elsie held an open house for all businesses on Monday, Dec. 12. The day concluded with the firemen’s free pancake feed.  The pancake batter was donated by the Elsie Feed Store.   Following the pancake feed, Santa came to visit all the boys and girl...
  • Senior Center Menus

    Perkins County Senior Center, GrantThur: Hamburger, French fries, baked beans. Fri: Breaded pork sandwich, mac and cheese, carrots, dessert.Mon: Closed for ChristmasTues: Chicken noodle soup, ham and cheese sandwich, dessert.Wed: Oven fried chicken, mashe...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Family is split on Kansas team favorites By Larry PritchettPast PCHS Activities Director In the column last week, I was wondering if Kansas had made a good choice in hiring Charlie Weis as their head football coach. We were in Kansas for a few days last...
  • Plainsmen effort falls short in home contest

    By Pastor Vince CarrigSports Writer Red Raiders forward Harrison Keeton launched and landed three first quarter three pointers to bury the Plainsmen early and send Sidney to a 64-45 victory Friday night in Grant. With a big enough frame to threaten from...
  • Lady Plainsmen lose home game to Sidney Lady Red Raiders

    By Pastor Vince CarrigSports Writer Lady Raiders forward Karissa Segelke powered to the basket for field goals and foul shots and Leag Uhlir sank shots from near and far to give Sidney a 41-26 win over the Lady Plainsmen Friday night in Grant. Uhlir put...
  • Missed shots at line to blame for one-point loss

    By Pastor Vince CarrigSports Writer The Dundy County-Stratton Tigers survived a mighty offensive onslaught to eke out a 70-69 win over the Plainsmen Saturday night in Benkelman. Ahead comfortably after a back-handed, wrap-around pass to Tyler Freeland ga...
  • Plainsmen are fifth at Sutherland tourney

    By Shari FriedelTribune Staff Plainsmen wrestlers once again proved themselves on the mat at the Sailor Invite held Saturday, Dec. 17 in Sutherland. The Plainsmen finished fifth in a field of 16 teams with four team members bringing home medals. Austin Th...
  • Too little too late to overcome Sutherland’s strong lead

    By LaDonna SwedbergSports Writer Wallace had a rough night against the Sutherland Sailors. The Wildcats were once again plagued by a slow start and the Sailors came out on fire. Halfway through the quarter, Sutherland was up 17-0. Shane Anders finally g...
  • Lady Cats try to sink the Sailors

    By Christy SheetsSports Writer On Thursday night, Dec. 15,the Lady Cats played host to the Sutherland Sailors. Both teams were ready to play, but the Sailors took the early lead. At the end of the first quarter the Wildcats trailed by seven, 25 to 18. The...
  • Bald eagle success story continues in Nebraska

    A record 90 active bald eagle nests were observed in Nebraska during the 2011 breeding season, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The previous record was 54 in 2007. The state’s first successful modern bald eagle nest was observed in 1...
  • Changes in NRD pooling rules being proposed

    Special meeting Jan. 9 to discuss changes By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Board members of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) will consider changes to pooling rules at a special meeting Monday, Jan. 9. During their monthly me...
  • Conservation Corner

    What can CSP do for you? By Janet LaglerNatural Resources Conservation Service Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers are known for being outstanding stewards of the land. You know that if you take care of the land, it will take care of you. Wouldn’t it be...
  • Swing choir delivers holiday cheer

    Perkins County swing choir members performed several numbers during the annual holiday concert last Thursday night. Some of the performers include (Front row, l-r): Ty Summers, Alyssa Young, Taylor Boldt, Kristin Beck. Middle row: Breanna Stevens, Court...
  • Students perform at Westview

    Wednesday, Dec. 14, the Perkins County Christian School hand bell choir performed for the residents at Westview Retirement Community. All enjoyed the great Christmas music and seeing and talking to all the students from the school. (Front row l-r): Nata...
  • Poster winner chosen

    Shelby Ogier, Wallace sixth grader, wins the local Peace Poster Contest and receives $25 for her winning poster. The contest was sponsored by the Wallace Community Lions Club. Shelby’s poster placed third in district competition. Pictured with Shelby ...
  • NSAA academic all-state awards given

    The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) is pleased to announce the student recipients of the Fall 2011 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association (NCPA) Academic All-State Awards. Since 2006 this NSAA awardprogram has recognized students who ...
  • Mealtime Makeovers

    A new Christmas tradition By Ashleigh NoyesTribune Columnist When Christmas time rolls around, things are always crazy. It is almost as if you don’t know if you are coming or going anymore!         In our family, we celebrate Christmas at Calvin...