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  • National Day of Prayer observed in Grant

    By Brooke PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelCommunity members gathered at 6 a.m. on Thursday, May 5 at Mother of Sorrow Catholic Church in Grant to “Wake Up America,” which was the theme for 2016’s National Day of Prayer, based on Isaiah 58:1a, “Shout...
  • Golfers second at Kimball meet

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelThe Perkins County golf team took second at the Kimball Invitational Thursday, May 5. The Plainsmen trailed the Kimball Longhorns by 30 strokes at the end of the day, despite placing three golfers in the top 10. Tyl...
  • District track meet next for Plainsmen teams

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelThe Perkins County Plainsmen track teams completed their final two meets last week and now look to the district meet. This year, Perkins County will host the C-11 district meet at the E. Lee Todd Track Thursday. Th...
  • Mom did a great job!

    Pitching with PritchLarry Pritchett There is a chance that sometime during a 38-year coaching career you might have had an influence on some of your players. Hopefully it was something positive. However, I am not so naive to think every one of my players...
  • Basketball camp coming to Ogallala in June

    Mike Trader’s Annual Mid-America Basketball Camp will conduct a day camp for boys and girls at Ogallala’s Prairie View School on June 6-9.The individual camp is open to those eight years old through 11th grade. For more information and application for...
  • Wildcat teams ninth at RPAC

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelWallace’s track teams competed in two meets last week with the RPAC meet in Arapahoe on Tuesday, May 3 and the Dundy County-Stratton twilight meet Friday. The RPAC was snowed out on the original date and rain dat...
  • Make safe drinking water a priority

    People have utmost confidence in the water they drink. Open a faucet and drink what comes out. If, however, the water is contaminated, sickness and even death can be the result. There are documented cases where cross connections have been responsible for ...
  • Pheasants Forever coordinate Youth Pollinator Habitat Project

    The first annual Youth Pollinator Habitat Project, hosted by the Perkins County Pheasants Forever Chapter on April 21, was completed with the help of the Perkins County fifth graders, the Perkins County FFA landscape class, and University Nebraska Extensi...
  • College Notes

    Four receive nursing degrees Twenty-four Associate Degree of Nursing students reached the end of their journey at Mid-Plains Community College. Among them were Lisa Behrends, Ashley Kautz and Carol “Ann” Van Lieu, all of Grant, and Katelynn Hild of W...
  • 2016 Nebraska Passport program includes Perkins County businesses Passports are available at both locations

      By Kara CosentinoGrant Tribune-Sentinel The Nebraska Tourism Commission is encouraging people across the country to find out what “Nebraska Nice” actually means. The Nebraska Passport program is an adventure put together by the tourism commis...
  • Meter install gets off to rough start

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelThe water meter installation phase of Grant’s $2.29 million water project got off to a rocky start. During the city council’s meeting Tuesday, April 26,  Mayor Mike Wyatt told citizens present that issues wit...
  • Four city council candidates will advance

    1 Why did you become interested in running for city council?Robert Bounds: I’ve always had an interest in city government. Over the years I’ve seen the council make some good and some not so good decisions. I’m at a point in my life and experience w...
  • Voters will elect two hospital board members

    1 Why did you become interested in running for the hospital board?Dennis Hansen: I believe that a first rate health care system such as the one we have at Perkins County Health Services is vital to the survival and continued growth of Perkins County and t...
  • Primary Election set for Tuesday

    By Russ PankoninGrant Tribune-SentinelVoters in Perkins County and throughout Nebraska will go to the polls Tuesday for this election cycle’s Primary Election.In Perkins County, the voting for all three precincts is held at the Perkins County fairground...
  • The interim, that awkward time

    Capitol ViewJ.L. Schmidt Join us once again fellow Nebraskans as we enter that awkward time of the year, the months between the Legislature adjourning and the football season starting. Waiting for the focus to shift from 14th and K (the Capitol) to One S...
  • Shame vs. guilt

    From the PulpitFather Tom Kuffel It was the Feast of Tabernacles, a feast that celebrates water and water purification rites. “On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and...
  • It’s not complicated

    Pitching with PritchLarry Pritchett The NBA playoffs are in full swing and you would think that as teams are eliminated in the playoffs the second round series would be better games than the first round series. That is just a theory based on what has hap...
  • Royalty crowned in Wallace

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  • Sullivan installed as president

    The 60th Biennial Convention of the Lincoln Diocesan Council of Catholic Women was held April 16 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in York. Terri Sullivan of Wallace St. Mary was installed as the 2016-18 president. The 13 deaneries of the Lincoln Diocese dona...
  • Honors night held in Wallace

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