PCS Graduate Derek Sis celebrates with a hug for his mom Cheri after the graduation ceremony.

Congressman Adrian Smith (right) visited Perkins County Schools on Friday, May 12 to congratulate junior Charles Johnson of Grant for winning the 2017 Third District Congressional Art Competition. His artwork, “Sophie,” will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., for one year.

Plainsmen earning a trip to the state meet in Omaha include (front row, l-r): Alex Patrick, Evan Sestak, Jaden Dietlein. Back row: Charles Johnson, Domonic Wendell, Bailey Schrotberger, Bryce Wilson and Kiffen Cook.

News

PCS Graduate Derek Sis celebrates with a hug for his mom Cheri after the graduation ceremony.

Saturday, May 13 saw 25 Perkins County and 16 Wallace seniors walk the stage and receive their diplomas.

Brian Chamness and his K-9 companion Kona have been members of PCSO since May of 2015.

By Samantha Goff
Grant Tribune-Sentinel

    Southwest Nebraska Community Betterment Corporation (SWNCBC) has received “Release of Funds” from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (NDED) for a Perkins County Owner Occupied Reha

By Brooke Pankonin
Grant Tribune Sentinel

Congressman Adrian Smith (right) visited Perkins County Schools on Friday, May 12 to congratulate junior Charles Johnson of Grant for winning the 2017 Third District Congressional Art Competition. His artwork, “Sophie,” will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., for one year.

    Backflow can threaten both public and private water supplies. Backflow is caused by “cross-connections,” connections between a safe drinking water supply and possible sources of contamination.

Sports

Perkins County freshman Jacob Woodmancy takes a swing to get his ball down the fair way to the green.

By Samantha Goff
Grant Tribune-Sentinel

Plainsmen earning a trip to the state meet in Omaha include (front row, l-r): Alex Patrick, Evan Sestak, Jaden Dietlein. Back row: Charles Johnson, Domonic Wendell, Bailey Schrotberger, Bryce Wilson and Kiffen Cook.

By Brooke Pankonin
Grant Tribune Sentinel

    Track season continues for eight Plainsmen at the state track meet in Omaha this weekend.

Jayden Widener begins the 4 X 400. Her team, which also included Peyton Messersmith, Madisen Messersmith and Maggie May, did well enough to earn a trip to state.

By Brooke Pankonin
Grant Tribune Sentinel

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The PC golf team competed in the Kimball invite on May 4, where Michael Beck made a chip shot on hole number five, and ended up shooting par. 

By Samantha Goff

Grant Tribune-Sentinel

Nora Jameson

Lexi DeCent races her way to finals in the 100 yard dash on Friday, May 5 at the DCS Twilight Meet at Benkelman. 

by Brooke Pankonin

Grant Tribune Sentinel

Nora Jameson

Bailey Kennicutt takes a swing on the fairway in North Platte on May 4. 

On May 4, the Wallace golf team headed to the St. Pat’s invite at River’s Edge golf course in North Platte.

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