After Perkins County’s recent encounter with COVID-19, a group of women in the area got together to form Front Line Strong, a group dedicated to helping front line workers.
In the midst of a nationwide debate whether schools should re-open in-person or not due to COVID-19, Perkins County Schools plans to welcome students back into the classroom Aug. 19.
Perkins County Health Services CEO Neil Hilton compared the COVID-19 situation at Golden Ours Convalescent Home in Grant to a wind-driven grass fire.
Rick Ochsner of Grant was recognized for his 40 years of service with the Grant Volunteer Fire Department at the banquet held on Saturday, July 11.
An area two miles west of Brandon, stretching south three to four miles, got hit with high winds, rain and hail early Saturday evening.