Perkins County Health Services finally got some good news on the COVID-19 outbreak at Golden Ours Convalescent Home that has claimed nine of the 14 infected residents.
Delores Sexson’s family never imagined they would be celebrating her 100th birthday by having to wave at her through the window of her Golden Ours room.
Kevin Tickle’s generosity was honored Tuesday morning when Tickle’s family and Perkins County Health Service Foundation staff gathered at the new memorial plaque by Hugs-N-Teddy Bears daycare at the hospital. Kevin’s estate made it possible to remodel the daycare. Those present to honor Tickle were (left to right) Galen Tickle; Judy Tickle; Shari Anderson, Director of the Hugs-N-Teddy Bears Daycare; Tawna Holmstedt, Foundation Treasurer; Charlene Lininger and Jackie Urdahl, Foundation Administrator.
Tuesday, August 4, the Perkins County Health Services Foundation recognized a very generous gift from Kevin Tickle.
Perkins County Schools will undergo a major change this year on how it transports rural students to school.
Filing deadline for the May Primary Election has long passed but that hasn’t dampened interest in serving on the Perkins County Schools board of education.