A four-person team of educators came away with positive impressions of Perkins County School during a school improvement visit here last week.
There’s not going to be a lot of excitement in this year’s Primary Election in Perkins County.
Of the four local and county races, only one race—Grant City Council—will be contested.
Alene and Archie Silvrants: Burning eyes an early warning sign that carbon monoxide was poisoning their home
Archie and Alene Silvrants consider themselves lucky after they had a close call with carbon monoxide poisoning in February.
The Elsie Senior lunch was held Tuesday, February 18th. Little Country Kitchen catered the lunch. Lunch of chicken fried chicken, potatoes and gravy was enjoyed by all. Sandhills State Bank provided a Valentine’s cake. Lyla Hahn and Suzie McClintock celebrated birthdays. Those present were Duane & Suzie McClintock, Ken & Jane Potts, John & Jane Culver, Bill & Marian Robertson, Harvey & Jeanne Brott, Glen & Dixie Colson, Dave & Lynda Hilferty, Rosalie Curtis, Connie Wilson, Scott Osler, Virginia Coppersmith, Grace Schimonitz, Delores Steinwart, Lyla Hahn, Nikki Colson and Shelia Mahler, daughter of Harvey & Jeanne Brott.
The Red Hat Ladies held their February luncheon at the Perkins County Senior Center in Grant. After lunch the ladies played Bunco. Those winning heart-shaped personal cheesecakes were: Delores Woodmancy, Nancy Hanson and Betty Larson all of Grant. Also attending were Linda Newth of Venango, LaRae Garretson and Ardena Regier of Ogallala, Rosalie Curtis of Elsie, DeAnn Zwickl, Ellen Gillett and Joyce Manhalter all of Grant.