Perkins County junior high students competed in Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department’s radon poster contest. Four students placed in the top five and 10 placed in the top 20. Front row, (l-r): Jesse Craig, first place; Hannah Kempf, fourth place; Trynity Briggs, fifth place; and Bryder Hickey, sixth place. Back row: Meghan Bishop, ninth place; Jeb Kohl, 12th place; Sophia Perez, 15th place; Dillon Overstreet, 16th place; and teacher Renee Marquardt. Not pictured: Miah Long, third place; and Nicholas Bendtsen. Posters are displayed at McCook Abstract on Norris Avenue in McCook.
Students at Wallace Elementary celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26.
Honor rolls for the fall semester at Northwestern Oklahoma State University have been announced by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Four members from Perkins County High School FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) and FCCLA advisor Cathy Ochsner attended FCCLA District 11 STAR (Students Taking Actio
Students from 24 schools started arriving at Perkins County High School at 6:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, Jan.