Hatch’s Super Foods to construct new market
By Brooke Pankonin
One Year Ago
Sept. 27, 2012
Perkins County Schools students recite the Pledge of Allegiance daily. The daily ritual is due to unanimous approval by the State Board of Education for a change to Rule 10 requiring schools to set aside time for students and faculty to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Before the mandate, Nebraska had no law concerning the pledge.
Ten Years Ago
Sept. 25, 2003
Hatch’s Super Foods made the commitment to building a brand new grocery store in Grant. The new 10,800 square foot store would face south with windows on the west, constructed toward the north end of the lot. The old store would eventually come down, creating space for parking on the south side of where the new market would stand. The new market would be nearly twice the size.
Twenty-five Years Ago
Sept. 28, 1988
Mrs. LaDonna Swedberg began teaching music for all classes at the Wallace school. She was also the cheerleader sponsor and assistant volleyball coach. Before coming to Wallace she taught music at Maywood and Medicine Valley Schools.
Fifty Years Ago
Sept. 26, 1963
The First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln was the setting for an evening candlelight ceremony when Miss Carolyn Susan McCulley became the bride of Jerry Vance McArtor of Grant. Following a wedding trip to the Black Hills and Wyoming the couple planned to reside in Lincoln where they were students at the University of Nebraska.
Seventy-Five Years Ago
Sept. 29, 1938
The Plainsmen defeated Sutherland 27 to 0, in their first home football game. The boys looked great throughout the game, in comparison to the type of ball they played at Holyoke. The line made much improvement, and the backs did a very good job at running the ball back. At the end of the third quarter the second team was put in and came very close to scoring.