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  • 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...
  • Rural Health Education Network celebrates 20th anniversary

    Perkins County Health Services and Grant Pharmacy among preceptor sites offering educational experiences for thousands of UNMC students. The Rural Health Education Network (RHEN), which was developed by the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the N...
  • Four-generation farming family

    Four generations of Nodlinskis gathered recently for a portrait next to an Oliver tractor. They include (l-r): Landon, newest member of the family; dad Jeff Nodlinski, grandpa Bob Nodlinski and great-grandpa Milford Nodlinski. (Photo by Impact Images)...
  • Our Community’s History

    PTA held all-school pot luck By A. Noyes One Year AgoSeptember 30, 2010 Scott Olser and Josie Hughes were local wheat farmers who shared their time at the Nebraska State Fair. Officer Kip Bradley became the new chief deputy at the Perkins County Sherif...
  • Mealtime Makeovers...A classic at home

    By Ashleigh NoyesTribune Staff As winter approaches, I start to miss summer evenings by the campfire roasting marshmallows. Even though we only got the ol’ camper out one time this year, that is one thing I always miss. Now, I realize that this awkwar...
  • What's Up...Go look at the moon

    By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer What say we get a little “loony” this week? I should probably say “luny” as we need to talk about the moon. Saturday, Oct. 8, is International Look at the Moon Day so we should all get outside and do just tha...
  • ARTbeat...Potter, quilter showing work at gallery

    By Shari FriedelPCAAC Member A real treat awaits visitors at Meadowlark Gallery during the month of October. Pottery by Nate Cunningham of Zeandale, Kan., a relative by marriage to Chuck and Bobi Brown of Grant, is the newest display at the gallery on Gra...
  • Promises to keep: honesty key to teen driving safety

    By Stephen Wallace, M.S. Ed. SADD The Chicago Tribune’s report of 15 students suspended from Naperville North High School for drinking until 5 a.m. on the morning school started –some of them still intoxicated for the opening bell–paints a poignant...
  • CWC will host “Autumn Colors” Oct. 15 in Wallace

    “Autumn Colors” will be in full bloom for the Christian Women’s Club on Saturday,  Oct. 15. Beginning at 10 a.m. CDT at the Wallace Community Hall the crowning glory of fall will be celebrated with a mini music concert by Brenda Copeland from Bast...
  • Sweet Adelines to perform

    The Nebraska Pride Sweet Adelines are ready to entertain with ‘Music! Music! Music! on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. in the North Platte High School auditorium. They’re bringing out the jukebox and puttin’ another nickel in with fabulous four...
  • Radio family to hold annual sharathon

    The KJLT/KJTF radio family will hold its annual Sharathon Oct. 11, 12 and 13. This broadcast will be hosted by John Townsend, Gary Hofer, and special guest Charles Morris from the Haven Today broadcast. Sharathon2011 will begin Tuesday the 11th at 6 a.m....
  • Seventh annual fruit gathering planned

    “My Prayer, His Power” is the theme for the seventh annual Fruit Gathering at The Joy Mission, 401 West Third Street, Julesburg, Colo. The event will begin with a fellowship supper at 5:30 p.m. Friday evening, Oct. 14 and finish with regular services ...
  • Nothing to fear at Social Security’s website

    By Laurie JonesS. S. District Manager Different people have different fears, and often Halloween seems to be a time to talk about them. Children may be afraid of monsters in the closet or creatures lurking beneath the bed. Teenagers may fear not fitting ...
  • Wallace band marches in UNK Homecoming parade

    The Wallace Jr.- Sr. High Band traveled to Kearney on Sept. 24 to compete in the UNK Homecoming - Band Day Parade.  There were 23 bands that marched in the 10 a.m. parade; 10 of them were class D bands, six were class C, two were class B and two were c...
  • PCS activity schedule

    Oct. 6-14Thursday, Oct. 64 p.m.    PCS/SPVA cross country @ Grant4 p.m.    Middle school football vs. Chase Co. (at Madrid)5:30 p.m.    C-JV-Var volleyball vs. Chase Co. (at Grant) **Volleyball Parents NightFriday, Oct. 7Varsity football is cance...
  • Johanns internship application deadline approaching

    U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) is currently accepting internship applications for his Nebraska and Washington, D.C. offices for the spring 2012 session, which will run from January to May of next year. The application deadline for the spring semester is...
  • October is Nebraska State College System Month: good news for high school seniors

    Governor Heineman has proclaimed the month of October as Nebraska State College System Month and encouraged students and their parents to visit Chadron State, Peru State or Wayne State College. Presenting the proclamation, Lieutenant Governor Rick Sheehy ...