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David and Kathleen Deaver of Grant were selected as grand marshals to lead this year’s Perkins County Fair Parade. 

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David and Kathleen Deaver of Grant were selected as grand marshals to lead this year’s Perkins County Fair Parade. 

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Ivan and Ann Regier of Grant were selected as this year’s Good Neighbors for the Perkins County Fair. 

Local News

Parade Papers: The Tribune will be tossing this week’s papers during the Perkins County Fair parade. Look inside for a free 6-month subscription certificate.

 

 

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Trey Robertson competes in barrel racing during the 4-H horse show at the Perkins County Fair on Tuesday morning.

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By Brooke Pankonin

Grant Tribune Sentinel

Leading the 2017 Perkins County Fair as the grand marshals on Saturday will be David and Kathleen Deaver of Grant. 

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Ivan and Ann Regier of Grant were selected as this year’s Good Neighbors for the Perkins County Fair. 

By Brooke Pankonin

Grant Tribune-Sentinel

Selected as 2017’s Good Neighbors are Ivan and Ann Regier of Grant. 

By Brooke Pankonin

Grant Tribune-Sentinel

By Brooke Pankonin

Grant Tribune-Sentinel

Sports

Contributed 
The Wallace boys t-ball team includes (front row, l-r): Tatum Kelly, Joe Franklin, Ethan Sauser, Clayton Holm, Tobin Pelster and Brysen Lundvall. Back row: Coach Krystal Sauser, Wyatt Robertson, Colby Holm, Bradley Hanson, TJ Cummings, Jace Franzen and Coach Nick Hanson. 

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The Grant boys peewee team, sponsored by Adams Bank & Trust, includes (front row, l-r): Ben Skeels, Mason Toner, Jeb Kohl, Will Long and Cal Wells. Back row: Coach Carlie Wells, John Frickey, Nolan Foster, Casey Hanson, Connor Wells, Triston Hite, Storm Peterson, Eric Snyder and Coach Shawn Kohl. 

Contributed
Paintin Construction ball team

The 8-year-old baseball team sponsored by Paintin Construction includes (front row, l-r): Levi Nolt, Tanner Paintin, Braxton Allen-Kern and Tristan Condon.

Brenden Pankonin of Grant attended the Mike Trader Mid-America Basketball Camp June 19-22 in Columbus.

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Kiffen Cook prepares to block an East team opponent.

By Diane Stamm

Wauneta Breeze

There will be an Option B, online study boating safety course in Ogallala for those needing to complete the course before the July 4 holiday weekend.

School

Contributed
Perkins County Schools FCCLA members (l-r): Valerie Perez and Karen Ruiz competed at nationals, receiving gold medals and placing seventh. 

Valerie Perez and Karen Ruiz from the Perkins County FCCLA Chapter joined more than 7,500 others for the 2017 National Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Leadership Conference

Perkins County Schools TeamMates program is in need of more mentors. 

Applications are now being accepted for the Bridge Grant Program at North Platte Community College.

Ag & Business

Contributed
Peterson Farms of Grant was busy harvesting their wheat in the beginning of July.

By Russ Pankonin

Grant Tribune-Sentinel

In late June, it looked like this year’s wheat harvest would come early. 

By Russ Pankonin

Johnson Publications

Chase 3000 owner Aaron Greene, left, sold the assets of his wireless company to Gering-based Vistabeam, owned and operated by Matt Larsen, right. 

By Russ Pankonin

Johnson Publications

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