Michelle Ross (front left) of the Perkins County Community Foundation Fund (PCCFF) presents Roxie Lampmann (front, second from left), Methodist Church, a check for $500 to go toward The Peo
Shaun O’Neil will be moving to a rehabilitation center in the Loveland, Colo., area from the burn unit at the Greeley, Colo., hospital, according to his mother, Marilyn O’Neil of Wauneta.
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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.
Nebraska Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Heavican toured the Perkins County Courthouse on Wednesday, Aug. 2 as part of his 2017 summer tour.
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.
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.
Brian E. Hightower, 48, of Grant will face charges of alleged sexual assault of a child and child abuse.