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Kris and Stephanie Larson have become known for their themed Halloween costumes over the years. This year’s theme was from the TV show “Stranger Things.” They are shown with their children Braydon and Lilah. 

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Perkins County Health Services purchased the building housing the Family Medical Center in Ogallala from Dr. Bart and Angie Kolste, effective Nov. 1. The facility will reopen on Wednesday as the Perkins County Family Clinic. Dr. Kolste and PA Carol Packard will be joined in the clinic by Dr. Julia Emerson, who has joined the PCHS staff.

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For 49 years, the “generals” of the group have been coming from Missouri to hunt pheasants in Perkins County. The four generals, seated from left, include Don George of California, Missouri, Bill Patton of Prairie Home, Missouri, Kenny Imhoff, California, Missouri, and Charles Mathews, Linn, Missouri. They are surrounded by the crew that includes friends, grandsons and five father-and-son duos. This year’s total of 19 is the largest group that has come on the trip.

Local News

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Kris and Stephanie Larson have become known for their themed Halloween costumes over the years. This year’s theme was from the TV show “Stranger Things.” They are shown with their children Braydon and Lilah. 

The fictional dimension of Upside Down paid a visit to Grant this Halloween, courtesy of Stephanie and Kris Larson’s enthusiastic costume creations.

This year’s Veterans Day observance in Grant will feature Pam Murphy, retired U.S. Navy veteran.

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Perkins County Health Services purchased the building housing the Family Medical Center in Ogallala from Dr. Bart and Angie Kolste, effective Nov. 1. The facility will reopen on Wednesday as the Perkins County Family Clinic. Dr. Kolste and PA Carol Packard will be joined in the clinic by Dr. Julia Emerson, who has joined the PCHS staff.

Friday, Nov. 1 marked another milestone of ongoing success for Perkins County Health Services. That’s when PCHS officially took possession of the building housing Dr.

Sports

The first round of the Nebraska High School football playoffs is history and it appeared that everything went pretty much like expected as far as the seeded teams

The Wallace Lady Cats completed their volleyball season at subdistricts last week, adding one win and a loss to their season. They completed the year at 7-19.

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Juels Lyon bumps the ball during the subdistrict finals

The Perkins County volleyball team ended their season in the subdistrict finals when they fell to Sutherland Oct. 29 at Ogallala.

School

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This year’s seniors pose with their moms after Friday’s game for the last time as a Plainsmen football player, They include, from left, Andrea Brueggeman, Deitrick Brueggeman, Trye Hickey, Sharla Hickey, Kandi Zimmerman, Matt McClung, Suzi Bullock and Kyler Bullock. 

The Perkins County Plainsmen finished out the season with a 2-6 mark after falling to Hemingford 53-16 Friday on Haenfler Field.

Students at both Perkins County and Wallace schools performed well on the latest statewide achievement tests, better than their peers and much better than statewide averages.

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Student presenting this weekend’s musical include (front row, l-r): Mallory McClenahan, Jessie Craig, Savannah Schmitt, Matthew Wendell, Meghan Bishop, Sophia Perez, Jacob Woodmancy. Back row: Sarah Cockerill, Hannah Kempf, Sam McArtor, Summer Postlewait and Anselmo Perez.   Not Pictured: Jayden Huntsman, Miah Long, Jordan Mireles and Kayla Reichenberg.

Perkins County Schools will present Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway this Saturday and Sunday at the high school. 

Ag & Business

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Hexagon Helicopters, Inc., seeds a cover crop with their patented spreader bucket.

Hexagon Helicopters of Elkhorn was in Perkins County last week seeding cover crops. 

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Darin Bottger joins Ben Holmstedt as the new physical therapist at PCHS. 

Perkins County Health Services welcomed Physical Therapist Darin L. Bottger to their team at the end of last month. 

During the evening hours of Saturday, Aug. 17, investigators with the Nebraska State Patrol performed alcohol inspections on businesses in Perkins, Keith and Chase Counties.

 

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