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  • Mealtime Makeovers...A taste of pear-adise!

    By Ashleigh Noyes Tribune Staff   Fruit is an essential part of any nutritious diet. There are so many things you can do with fruit, the list is endless! It can be breakfast, a snack, a salad, a dessert–you name it, fruit can do it! My mom went on a...
  • Artbeat...Full lineup planned at Meadowlark Gallery

    By Shari FriedelPCAAC Board Member As spring approaches, Grant’s Meadowlark Gallery will be coming to life with a new lineup of talent to be displayed at 246 Central Ave. Gallery Manager DeeAnn Tatum has booked a full schedule of events for the gallery...
  • What's Up...The stars have a lot to say

    By Vernon Whetstone Amateur Astronomer   I don’t necessarily hold with the idea of astrology. The notion that the location of the Sun, planets, and the stars can mean anything as far as having an affect on our lives is a little out there. I am a gre...
  • Settlement reached in fatal crash

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor A settlement of more than $1.4 million was reached last week in a federal lawsuit against the Pelster family of Elsie in seeking compensation for the death of Debra Palser.   The lawsuit, filed by the victim’s husband, Troy ...
  • Water and lotto figures released by city council

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Figures for monthly water usage and lotto were announced for January at the regular meeting of Grant City Council Tuesday, Feb. 8. Lotto sales in January were down considerably compared to the month of December. Sales were nea...
  • Former Keith County attorney and wife arraigned on embezzlement

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Keith County Court Judge Michael Piccolo presided over an arraignment last week of former Keith County Attorney Blake Edwards and his wife, Shirley. The two were charged with alleged embezzlement of nearly $18,000 from the Kei...
  • Scouts deliver valentines

    Daisy Girl Scouts have achieved two things lately—working on their “Considerate and Caring” Petal and bringing smiles to residents at Golden Ours Convalescent Home. Under the direction of leader Joan Craig, homemade valentines created by the Daisi...
  • Food safety course offered in Ogallala

    On Monday, March 14, the ServSafe Starters Food Safety program will be presented at the Keith County Fairgrounds, Ogallala, from 1-5 p.m. ServSafe Starters, a four-hour course, is the second level of the National Restaurant Association Food Safety Progra...
  • Soup and Pie Supper at Wellfleet UMC

    The Wellfleet United Methodist Church will hold their annual soup and pie supper on Sunday, Feb. 27.  A free-will donation will be accepted. Serving will be from 5-7 p.m.  CT at the Bethel Bible Camp fellowship hall in Wellfleet.  Six different home-m...
  • Wallace Volunteer Firefighters attended Winter Fire School

    Nearly 190 individuals attended the 19th Annual Mid-Winter Fire School on Feb. 6 at Holdrege High School. Among those attending from Wallace were Charles Andrews, Deb Jameson, Ray Jameson, Ryan Kuhlman, Shane Moore, Starleen Moore, Michael Sullivan, Lynn ...
  • Sing it from the heart

    Love was in the air on Monday, Feb. 14 with members of StuCo at Perkins County High School doing their share of spreading it. The students delivered “Singing Valentines” around the building and even traveled to the elementary school as a method of g...
  • Dr. Bottom honored for years of dedication

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Colleagues and friends from the medical community gathered at Perkins County Health Services last week to honor Dr. Paul Bottom. Saying “thanks” was the theme of the gathering where stories were heard, cake was shared, ...
  • Three families benefit from Lions feed

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Thanks to the Grant Lions and the generosity of the community, three families have received monetary gifts that will make a difference in their lives. A frigid evening last week didn’t keep nearly 290 people from venturin...
  • Pheasants Forever hosts successful event

      The annual Perkins County Pheasants Forever banquet held Saturday night marked another year of the chapter’s success since forming in February 2009. Held at the Perkins County Fairgrounds, the evening began with a meal followed by the live aucti...
  • Legislature debates aid cuts to cities

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor In an effort to save the state $44 million over a two-year period, a bill introduced to lawmakers that would eliminate state aid to cities, counties and natural resource districts will move forward. At the request of Gov. Dave...
  • Christensen inquiring colleagues for support on enviro fund transfer

    Telephone conference report to Imperial, Grant, Palisade on Tuesday, Feb. 15.   By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze “The saga continues,” said Senator Mark Christensen regarding his quest to gain support for LB229–Senator Deb Fischer’s bill which...
  • Turnout large for Nebraska pipeline regulation hearing

    Some Nebraska landowners told lawmakers Wednesday that they were bullied and threatened by representatives of a Canadian company seeking land to build an oil pipeline through the state. Members of the Nebraska Legislature’s Natural Resources Committee h...
  • Who’s the best lover?

    By Reverend Wayne Pick Trinity Lutheran Church, Grant   In the movie, “Top Gun,” Goose and Maverick are standing near the bar when Ice Man and Slider approach them. The conversation began about Cougar’s fate and drifted to Ice Man asking Maveric...
  • Writer says pipeline ‘dangerous’

    Dear Editor: I was disgusted by the dangerous and delusional ignorance from Senator Christensen in last week’s “Capitol Happenings” when he said: “I support the pipeline…There are a lot of lines through our district and aquifer. Oil floats on t...
  • The real issue is public safety

    Dear Editor: Nebraskans, I suspect, not only will be captivated by Legislative Bill LB 516–legally permitting secular school teachers and administrators to carry firearms–but also will be dubious of the people who carry them. He carried the firearm li...