By Travis McConnell
The Wallace Wildcats use good defensive pressure to build a big lead Friday night when they traveled to Maxwell, then held on for a 55-46 victory.
Shawn Christensen got the Wildcats started with two free throws af...
By Christy Sheets
On Friday night the Cats traveled to Maxwell to face the Wildcats. The Lady Cats were primed and ready for the epic battle of the Wildcats, but first quarter ended with Wallace trailing by four, 13 to 17.
In the sec...
The Caiden 5K Run was held on Dec. 12 in Grant with 16 runners/walkers participating.
Winner of the event was Analisa Colglazier in an unofficial time of 23:59. Her brother Tim Colglazier was a close second in 24:10. Caiden McGreer, son of Second L...
By Jan Rahn
Perkins and Keith County deputies assisted the Nebraska State Patrol in a high speed chase on Tuesday night Dec. 7, which ended in gunfire between troopers and the suspect.
According to information from the Nebraska Stat...
By Jan Rahn
Doing what he loves doing best—working with farmers and agriculture—Roger Gordon is settled in at Cornhusker Ag Aviation Aurora Cooperative as the new sales and service coordinator/location manager.
Gordon began his ...
For being present at the Chamber drawing Saturday morning, Angela Stearns received $100 worth of Greenbacks. She was the only winner in attendance when names were drawn in the parking lot at Hatch’s Super Foods.
There is one drawing to go—five people...
First Congregational Church of Grant
Dec. 19: Christmas Carol Worship 9:30 a.m.
Dec. 19: Christmas Coffee at the Parsonage, 504 Washington Ave, for members, friends and guests 3-5 p.m.
Dec. 20: Advent noon soup and scriptures in the Fellowship Hall...
Fernando Lopez, 30, represented by appointed counsel Attorney George Zeilinger, waived his rights to a preliminary hearing in Perkins County Court before Judge Edward D. Steenburg on Dec. 8, and was bound over to District Court.
Lopez is charged with pos...
Joshua D. Waterman, 19, was arraigned in Perkins County Court on Wednesday, Dec. 8, on five counts of alleged theft.
Judge Edward D. Steenburg set a preliminary hearing for Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011 and assigned Attorney George Zeilinger as counsel for the...
Gov. Dave Heineman has announced his appointment of Michael Piccolo of North Platte to serve as a county court judge for the Eleventh Judicial District of Nebraska, which includes the counties of Hooker, Thomas, Logan, McPherson, Lincoln, Perkins, Keith, ...
The Perkins County Community Foundation is accepting grant applications through Jan. 1, 2011.
Applications may be submitted for community projects throughout the county.
Call Ashley Colglazier 352-6563 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to...
The U.S. Post Office has announced special holiday hours.
• Friday, Dec. 24: Open from 8 a.m. to noon.
• Friday, Dec. 31: Open from 8 a.m. to noon.
On both of these days, the last scheduled mail/collection box pick up is changed to noon.
The Grant Lions club held its Christmas party on Dec. 8 with a murder mystery presentation, “Who Done Darwin In” by Jan Bono, for the entertainment.
The cast of characters included 10 members from the Lions Club.
Ron Patrick–narrator; Charlotte Ku...
The Wallace Lions Club held an induction ceremony for two new members at the November meeting. Club President Jim Smith (left) and 38-L District Governor Nancy Russell (second from left)welcomed new members Heidi McConnell and Kathy Fowler. (Courtesy...
“Christmas Cheer” will be everywhere at the Zion Lutheran Church at 705 Central Ave. in Grant on Saturday, Dec. 18 when the Christian Women’s Club meets for their December gathering beginning at 10 a.m. MST.
The festivities are sure to bring a smil...
The countdown until Christmas had elementary students at Perkins County Schools excitedly ready to perform their annual Christmas program for their parents and guests last Thursday, Dec. 9. The themed program, “Santa’s Holiday Playlist” involved...
This wish card hung from a decorated tree in a church foyer last Friday but had been snatched off by an eager participant in the Angel Tree project by Sunday morning. Each of the churches in the county is participating in providing gifts for those who m...
By Lori Pankonin
I recently read about a disabled man who always had a positive attitude despite all his pain and health issues. He said when he wakes up in the morning, he reminds himself that he has two choices, to make the best of a si...
Book tells story of Imperial four-year-old’s near-death experience
By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican
When the Burpo family was going through son Colton’s burst appendix and near death in 2003, little did they know seven years later th...
Alpaca provides ideal fiber for harsh conditions.
When Barbara Coleman asked her son, Army Sergeant Micheal L. Coleman, what he would like in his next care package to Iraq in January 2007, his request was simple: alpaca socks.
Barbara and Randy Coleman ...