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Several gathered at the Perkins County Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug. 2 to welcome Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Heavican during his summer tour. Pictured in the Perkins County Courtroom are (front row l-r): Kathy Woodmancy, Perkins County Court Clerk Magistrate; Stephanie Stacy, Nebraska Court Justice; Bill Cassel, Nebraska Court Justice and Rick Roberts, Perkins County Attorney. Back row: Heavican, Sid Colson, Perkins County Commissioner; Jim Brueggeman, Perkins County Sheriff; Bernie Deaver, Perkins County Commissioner and Steve Tucker, Perkins County Commissioner.

Chief Justice visits Grant

Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Heavican toured the Perkins County Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug. 2 as part of his 2017 summer tour.

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Mark Bottom will be getting to know his Trek road bike a lot better in the coming weeks as he trains for the 1,098-mile Pedal for Pat in October, a fundraiser for legendary Coach Pat Summitt’s foundation that supports Alzheimer’s research and education. Local residents will have the chance to support his efforts.

Grant native preparing to “Pedal for Pat”

Mark Bottom of Imperial has a huge task ahead of him.

But it’s one he was drawn to because there were so many connections to his personal life. It’s also a way to give back.

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