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Those honored at the Perkins County Health Services Foundation gala were (l-r) Ron Patrick for his 23 years as foundation administrator, Dr. Cliff Colglazier, Janie Colglazier representing Dr. Ruth Demmel and Chelsea McGreer representing Dr. Paul Bottom for their dedication to patient service. 

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Those honored at the Perkins County Health Services Foundation gala were (l-r) Ron Patrick for his 23 years as foundation administrator, Dr. Cliff Colglazier, Janie Colglazier representing Dr. Ruth Demmel and Chelsea McGreer representing Dr. Paul Bottom for their dedication to patient service. 

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Victoria Kumor stands in her living room with her Lyon & Healy harp, which according to Kumor, is the “Cadillac” of the harp producers.

Local News

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Those honored at the Perkins County Health Services Foundation gala were (l-r) Ron Patrick for his 23 years as foundation administrator, Dr. Cliff Colglazier, Janie Colglazier representing Dr. Ruth Demmel and Chelsea McGreer representing Dr. Paul Bottom for their dedication to patient service. 

Saturday night was an evening of glitz and glam as four were honored at the 2017 Perkins County Health Services Foundation Gala. 

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Chiropractors serving Grant are (l-r) Drs. Colton Roesener, Kendel Glidden and owner Dr. Jason Mathews.

Perkins County residents will again be able to receive chiropractic care in Grant with the opening of Mathews Chiropractic.

Hastings Memorial Library in Grant is one of 259 libraries nationwide that has recently been named a 2017 Library Journal Star Library.  

The Perkins County Courthouse will soon be updated with new interior paint as commissioners accepted a bid from Hartley Painting Co. at their Dec. 4 meeting. 

The Perkins County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in solving a recent burglary.

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The Grant Volunteer Fire Department extinguished a fire quickly at the former Tharp’s property directly south of Grant on Wednesday morning,  Dec. 6.

Sports

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Beau Wood remains undefeated this season. 

Junior Beau Wood defeated the 2017 Class C state champion to take first at the Gordon-Rushville meet and remain undefeated. 

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Tyson Patrick shoots the basketball past the Kimball defense in the game on Friday night.

Two Plainsmen wins this week earned Coach Shawn Cole his 100th career win.

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Senior Laura Dreiling jumps and takes a shot over the Kimball defense.

The Lady Plainsmen played two games last week, and added two losses to their record taking them to 0-4. 

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The Omaha World Herald presented Charles Johnson, seen above carrying the ball, with all-state honors, and named him to the first team defensive squad for his efforts as quarterback in this last season. 

Perkins County senior Charles Johnson earned all-state football honors from the Omaha World-Herald for this season’s efforts. 

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Junior Hannah Robertson attempts to keep the ball in play. 

The Lady Wildcats traveled to Eustis-Farnam on Friday, Dec. 8, where they were able to pull out a win, 46-42.

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Wildcat senior Tyrell Maline takes one of many shots from behind the 3-point line in the game against Eustis-Farnam.

It has been a very long time since the Wallace Wildcats have played basketball in the Eustis gym, but the Blue and White made the trip last Friday to compete with a young Eustis-Farnam team.

School

The Wallace drama team preformed at the district D1-5 one acts at The Tassel in Holdrege on Nov. 27.  They earned fourth place with their performance of The Tolstoy Story Play written by V.

Garrett Pollard, a 2016 graduate of Perkins County High School, recently joined Phi Theta Kappa, an academic honor society, at Southeast Community College.

Community members can help raise money for Perkins County Schools by shopping at over 400 merchants online. 

Ag & Business

Farmers and ranchers are invited to attend a free clinic.

Clinics are one-on-one, not group sessions, and are confidential.

Brent Downey recently graduated from the seventh class of the Nebraska Water Leaders Academy, a one-year program that provides leadership training and educates participants about the vital role riv

Karl Elmshaeuser of Ogallala has recently been appointed by the Trump administration as the new state director for USDA Rural Development in Nebraska.

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