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Sullivan’s Appliance & Air owner Martha Stoermer is pictured in center Monday evening after closing on the sale of the local business to Adair and Jason Reese, pictured at right, who will be changing the store name to Reese Mechanical Inc. Pictured at left are employees Marshall and Tina Thompson.

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Ramiro Bazan at Madonna Rehabilitation in Lincoln with his grandsons Drew, Haden and Griffin. 

Ramiro Bazan is expected to return home next week after a work accident claimed his lower right leg on June 7. 

Grant’s annual Fourth of July Celebration will kick off next Thursday at Grant City Park at 6:45 a.m. with an opening ceremony, followed by the Firecracker Fun Run at 7 a.m. 

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A collision at West Fourth and Hancock on June 19 left no injuries.

A two-vehicle collision at Hancock and West Fourth in Grant last Wednesday, June 19, left one vehicle overturned and both vehicles totaled, but no one injured. 

With the Perkins County Fair just weeks away, the Perkins County Chamber is seeking nominations for a Grand Marshal and Good Neighbor.

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The Mid-Plains Community College raffle car will be in Grant July 4. 

The Mid-Plains Community College raffle car will be on display in Grant during the annual car show at the park on July 4. 

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Members of the Grant Innovation Team gather with representatives from the banks that donated to the organization. They include (front row, l-r): Shari Friedel, member; Michelle Ross, Pinnacle Bank; Valerie Foster, member. Back row: Denny Hansen, member; Don Softley, Sandhills State Bank; Shawn Rubek, Adams Bank & Trust. 

Due to the generosity of Grant’s three Banks, Adams Bank and Trust, Pinnacle Bank and Sandhills State Bank, a new community group has taken the first step in a process they hope will breathe new li

Sports

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Cole Rogge competes in the 50 butterfly, where he finished first. 

The Perkins County Swim Team competed at the Imperial meet this past Saturday, June 22. 

School is out and now it is time for the work to begin.

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The 2019 Perkins County Swim Team includes (front row, l-r): Olivia Jehorek, Jordyn Tjaden, Jayleigh Palu, Victor Dunn, Brooklynn Lampmann, Emelyn Bishop, Hayden Fanning, Emelia Hill and Lila Hill. Middle row: Payton Jehorek, Carmi Regier, Haley Dunn, Allyssa Kepler, Maddison Kepler, Luke Minster, Porter Tjaden, Mason Minster, Grant Gloy, Mya Deaver and Hannah Bishop. Back row: Jadynn Jehorek, Angela Gloy (coach), Kim Bishop, Maggie Fisher, Madelyn Ingold, Cole Rogge, Taylor Hubl, Eli Gaston, Jacqueline Gloy, Lexie Fisher, Hanna Colglazier and Coach Ciara Lampmann. Not Pictured: Savannah Miller, Emily Wilson and Brenna Colglazier.

Grant swim meet results

Emelyn Bishop: 25 breaststroke, second; 25 short free, fifth; 100 free relay, first.

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Recent PC grad Spencer Ross played on the Black team at the Mid-Plains Community College All-Star Game in North Platte on Saturday, June 8.

Perkins County graduated senior Spencer Ross is among 19 other area players picked to compete in this Saturday’s Mid-Plains Area All Star Basketball Game in North Platte.

This year’s NBA finals are missing a familiar figure, LeBron James. James is missing playing in the finals for the first time since 2010. 

School

Kaleb Gaar of Grant and Jared Sullivan of Wallace were among more than 5,100 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have been named to the deans’ list/explore center list of distinguished students

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Norma Mayer has been taking the school census since 1966.

After 53 years of taking the school census, Norma Mayer turned in her last report to Perkins County Schools this month. 

Madison Seamann was approved by the Perkins County School Board as a second-grade teacher for the upcoming school year. 

Ag & Business

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Sullivan’s Appliance & Air owner Martha Stoermer is pictured in center Monday evening after closing on the sale of the local business to Adair and Jason Reese, pictured at right, who will be changing the store name to Reese Mechanical Inc. Pictured at left are employees Marshall and Tina Thompson.

Jason and Adair Reese closed on the sale of Sullivan’s Appliance & Air in Holyoke, Colorado on June 10. 

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Longtime UNL crop researcher Emeritus Extension Professor Bob Klein, center with the microphone, reviews the traits of the various wheat varieties on test plots at the UNL Henry J.

The county committee nomination period began on June 14. Nomination forms must be postmarked or received in the Perkins County FSA office by close of business on Thursday, Aug. 1.

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