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  • Health scholarships awarded to five seniors

    Each year the Perkins County Health Services Foundation awards scholarships to graduating seniors from Perkins County and Wallace High Schools. Students must be entering a medical profession.  This year’s applications were reviewed by the Foundation Sc...
  • New FCCLA officers installed

      FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) officers for the 2015-16 year were installed at the awards ceremony held Monday, April 27 at Perkins County High School. New officers include (l-r): Valerie Perez, secretary; Claire Maaliao, VP...
  • 4-H scholarship awarded

    The Perkins County 4-H Foundation is pleased to announce Courtney Ostermiller as the recipient of its 2015 scholarship. Courtney is the daughter of Todd and Pamela Ostermiller.   Each year, the Perkins County 4-H Foundation awards one scholarship in th...
  • Score camp shaping up to offer several activities for kids

    Students finishing first and second grades this school year will have their first opportunity to experience SCORE June 8, 9 and 10.   SCORE, headquartered in Imperial, stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences. The camps are sponsored by Chase...
  • Tribune to host After 5

    All are invited to the After 5 at the Grant Tribune-Sentinel office on Friday, May 1. Refreshments will be served....
  • Fallen heroes remembered

      make a wall rubbing of the name Fletcher D. Whips that appears on the Vietnam Wall. Whips was one of three Grant soldiers that made the ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War. The other two local soldiers whose names appear on the wall include...
  • Program survives with caveat

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor The fate of girls golf at Perkins County Schools is that the program will survive for the upcoming 2015 school year. However, a failure to post a full varsity squad in 2016 and subsequent years will mean a cancellation of...
  • Water usage to be monitored after exorbitant amount used lately

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Water usage has long been a concern in southwestern Nebraska and in the coming advent of water meters in Grant, that concern is not dwindling in the minds of the city council. At the April 14 Grant City Council meeting ci...
  • Hazardous waste collection to be held on Saturday

    Spring cleaning can mean a wide array of chores, including getting rid of household hazardous waste.A household hazardous waste collection will be held Saturday, May 2 from 8-9 a.m. at the Perkins County fair grounds. The collection is open to everyone in...
  • Chiropractor shares experiences of global healing

      By Becky Uehling Staff Writer For the past 11 years, Chiropractor Dr. Chad Hawk of Castle Rock, Colo., has traveled to third-world countries for one purpose, to share the gift of adjustments. “We have seen tremendous changes” in the people w...
  • Arbor Day

      Hastings Memorial Library director Robin Quinn helps kids in the after school program portray the life cycle of a tree as part of an Arbor Day presentation by the Grant Tree Board on Thursday, April 23....
  • Respite provider training to be in Ogallala in May

    The Nebraska Lifespan Respite program is providing a training for individuals interested in becoming respite providers on Wednesday, May 20 in Ogallala at ESU 16.Training will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with lunch provided. Space is limited and there is a c...
  • Perkins County Pipeline

    Elsie seniors and Scarlet Chapeau The Elsie Senior lunch was held on Tuesday, April 21. They enjoyed a catered lunch and a cake was donated by Commercial State Bank. Those attending were Jo Leonard, Rosalie Curtis, Lillian Hanson, Max and Lorraine Hanson...
  • MPCC announces online IT certificate program

    Mid-Plains Community College is rolling out a new program that will allow people to earn information technology (IT) certificates by taking online courses. IT refers to anything related to computing technology, such as networking, hardware, software, the...
  • Together for tomorrow

    Tim Linscott Managing EditorIn essence, a newspaper is a publicly owned private business. Yes, we are a business like any other business, a grocery store, a bank, a real estate company and the goals are all the same: to make a profit and continue to serve...
  • From the Pulpit

    The miraculous catch Pastor Huran Gatobu Wallace UMC God is good all the time. After his resurrection, Jesus continued to appear to his followers. It is interesting that they were not able to recognize Him immediately.Mary Magdalene mistook Him for a ga...
  • Top 10 tips to know from the IRS

    The IRS mails millions of notices and letters to taxpayers each year. There are a variety of reasons why the IRS might send a taxpayer a notice. Here are the top 10 tips to know in case one is received.1. Don’t panic. Often the situation can be taken ca...
  • Red Cross launches new app with everything needed to know in an emergency

    The American Red Cross announces the release of its new Emergency App which gives people instant access to weather alerts, life-saving information and ways to contact family and friends in one free, easy-to-use app for mobile devices.This all-inclusive ap...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Uncovering gems By Larry Pritchett Sports Columnist The past few weeks I have been transitioning storage bins from the HomeTown office back to our house. When I retired from the school, I had game tapes, books, scrapbook makings and various other things...
  • Plainsmen record falls at Hershey Invite

    By Tim Linscott Managing Editor Mingling with other schools at the Chase County Invite on April 21 has shown Perkins County athletes may be a force to be reckoned with come district time.The Plainsmen finished third at Chase County with 100 team points. ...