Article Image Alt Text

Several new trees were planted in the Grant City Park last Wednesday, October 7. The Grant Tree Advisory Board and horticulture class came together for the tree board’s second annual fall tree planting project. Students split into teams which each planted two or three trees. In total, there were eight new trees planted. Pictured above (front row, l-r): Horticulture students Dillon Overstreet, Meredith Gloy, Patricia Loy and Irvin Reyes. Back row: Horticulture teacher Doub Babbit, City Superintendent Ed Dunn, students Isaiah Hatcher,  Eli Busick, Hunter Garner, Hayden Foster, Chase Johnson, and tree board members Shari Friedel and Kris Long.

Article Image Alt Text

Jones tore down the original house that stood on the property with the help of family. They made sure to save as much wood from Flossie’s house as possible to repurpose in the new home. She started working on Flossie’s Makeover around three years ago.

Article Image Alt Text

WinDesigns, owned by Lana and Kyle Kammerer, has opened up at its new location at 526 Lincoln Ave. They began the move on May 21, but only recently were they able to get everything set up and fully ready for business. The shop is open for customers Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The new location is much closer to home for the Kammerers, making it easier to get to work during poor weather conditions. The new location is also safer for their dog, Bear, who can wander around the yard without the worry of high traffic. WinDesigns offers custom apparel of all kinds, including embroidery, vinyl heat transfers and sublimation. They also offer custom work on bags, towels, stuffed toys and more. More information can be found on WinDesigns’ Facebook page, or call 353-9463. “We’re here to serve the community how we can!” Lana said.

Local News

Article Image Alt Text

Kristy Ogg

1. What qualifications do you have that would effectively serve and benefit the Village of Madrid if you are elected to this position?

Article Image Alt Text

Derrick Warner

1. What qualifications do you have that would effectively serve and benefit the Village of Elsie if you are elected to this position?

Article Image Alt Text

Kimberly Bishop

1. What qualifications do you have that would effectively serve and benefit the City of Grant if you are elected to this position?


Article Image Alt Text

Junior Samantha Patrick sets up for a pass. 

Perkins County hosted this year’s SPVA volleyball tournament Saturday, October 17. Six teams were in attendance, due to North Platte St. Pat’s backing out of the event.

Article Image Alt Text

Brandon Knoles smothers a Hemingford ball carrier during the Oct. 2 contest. Knoles has led the team in tackles this season and shifted to the backfield this week, picking up 79 yards on 14 carries.

The Perkins County Plainsmen traveled to Alma Friday night, expecting to end the season on a high note. Instead, it was winless Alma celebrating after upsetting the Plainsmen 40-36.

Article Image Alt Text

Pouk holds up his second place medal from the district meet last Thursday. He will be heading to state Thursday, Oct. 22, where he placed 53rd last year.

Junior Colton Pouk will run at the state cross country meet Thursday, Oct. 22 in Kearney after placing second at the district meet at Bridgeport.


Perkins County Schools and Chase County Schools in Imperial both find themselves dealing with positive cases of COVID among the student body. 

Perkins County’s jayvee volleyball tournament Monday afternoon ended abruptly after it was learned a Perkins County player had tested positive for coronavirus. 

Preparations and protocols developed over a course of months to deal with a COVID-19 case in the school paid off. 

Ag & Business

Article Image Alt Text

Construction crews were busy last week installing the framework for the overhead conveyor and catwalk that extends the length of the two-million bushel structure.  

Since June, the Scoular grain receiving and storage site nine miles north of Grant has been a beehive of activity, especially in the last several months. 

Article Image Alt Text

This year’s fall harvest season is here. Much of the dry bean harvest has been completed with the wet corn harvest on it’s heels. The irrigated corn still needs a good freeze to dry down but picking on some of those fields is already underway. DCN Farms Harvesting of Imperial was picking a field of irrigated corn just west of Grant Monday. 

Article Image Alt Text

Jennifer Harger of Jen’s Craft Crafts accepts her first Dollar from PC Chamber President Tawna Holmstedt. Harger’s business creates and sells custom apparel and gear. She can be found on Facebook or reached at 308-352-8356.

At the regular monthly chamber meeting on Thursday, September 17, the Perkins County Chamber proudly welcomed two new members.


The Grant Tribune-Sentinel

308-352-4311 (Phone)

PO Box 67
327 Central Ave in Grant
Grant NE 69140