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  • U.S. Justice Department weighs in for Nebraska on Water Master’s ruling

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Deputy Attorney General David Cookson brought some good news to last week’s Upper Republican Natural Resources District meeting. Cookson said the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a favorable brief with the ...
  • Vehicle catches fire on highway

      On Tuesday, April 8 a pick-up started on fire while traveling on NE-61. Vernone Davidson, owner and driver of the 1994 Ford Ranger, was southbound when a fuel leak started a fire under the hood. Smoke filled the driver’s compartment, forcing Dav...
  • ‘Who is this man?’

    By Tim LinscottManaging Editor Call it a reversal of slogans. Ivan Regier of Madrid has long used the saying he was the ‘Man with the upside down face,’ meaning he had hair on his face and not the top of his head. For Regier, that is no longer the c...
  • Tribune- Sentinel brings home awards

    Winning several awards at the Nebraska Press Association ‘Better Newspaper Contest’ on April 12 was The Grant Tribune-Sentinel and its sister publications, The Wauneta Breeze and The Imperial Republican. Newspapers were judged on the quality of their ...
  • Grant Fire Department hosts award banquet

      By Jan RahnTribune Staff On Saturday evening, April 5, firefighters, EMTs, spouses and special guests enjoyed the 2014 annual banquet of the Grant Fire Department and Perkins County Ambulance held at the American Legion Hall in Grant. A 2013 year ...
  • Come enjoy wine tasting event to benefit shelter

    Perkins County Animal Shelter will host its annual wine tasting and fundraising event on Saturday, April 26, at the Perkins County Fairgrounds in Grant. Everyone is invited to sample five featured wines, enjoy great food, friends and fun. In addition, t...
  • Easter services announced

    Zion Lutheran Church, Grant April 17, 7 p.m. - Maundy Thursday service April 18, 7 p.m. - Good Friday service April 20, 7 a.m. - Easter sunrise service and breakfast Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church in Grant April 17, 7:30 p.m. - Holy Thursday service A...
  • Grant Tree Board hosts “Coffee with a Forester” workshop April 26

    Western Nebraska certainly has experienced its share of extraordinary weather conditions, from another year of low precipitation to unusually punishing cold and extreme winds. This combination has produced serious consequences for western Nebraska trees. ...
  • Newest Lion inducted

      Grant Lion’s Club president Betty Thomas, left, and district president Ron Patrick, right, helped induct the newest member of the Lion’s Club into the fold, Ashley Colglazier. Colglazier and husband, Tim, were on hand with daughters Brenna and H...
  • Signs of Spring

      Signs of the spring and Lent season are the annual fish fry events that take place all over the United States in celebration of Easter. The annual Knights of Columbus fish fry was held at Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church in Grant on Friday, April 1...
  • Westview hosts prom march

    Westview Retirement Community had their own prom showing on Saturday, March 29.  Twenty-two girls escorted by their dates modeled gorgeous dresses. A special treat for residents was seeing four girls who work at Westview model their prom dresses. Westvie...
  • Local author’s newest novel published

    By Jan RahnTribune Staff Local author Robert Richter’s latest book has been released. His new novel, Something Like a Dream, is his third, joining several pieces of nonfiction, poetry, and numerous reviews, quarterlies and tabloids in the United States...
  • Several county residents have unclaimed property

    The 2014 unclaimed property report has been released with several area residents having funds to claim. The Nebraska State Treasurer’s office is holding more than $135 million in unclaimed property from more than 350,000 Nebraskans. Those listed below ...
  • April is Fair Housing Month

    The Southwest Nebraska Community Betterment Corporation wants all Nebraskans to understand their fair housing rights. The act makes discrimination in the sale, rental, and advertising in housing unlawful, and assures that citizens are treated equally. It ...
  • Midwest Musings

    Recharging the batteries By Timothy LinscottManaging Editor This past weekend was the Nebraska Press Convention, held this year in Grand Island. Every year the convention provides some ‘continuing education’ opportunities for editors, reporters, publ...
  • Pulpit Reflections

    Easter rolls away our stones By Pastor Harun GatobuUnited Methodist Church, Wallace “And If Christ has not been raised then our preaching is useless and so is our faith…But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the first fruit of those who ha...
  • What's Up

    Planet parade is lining up By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer We can’t discuss how well the total lunar eclipse went because this is being written well in advance of the event. We can only hope that the current spate of clear skies lasted until Apr...
  • April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    By Angel AndersonPerkins County Sheriff’s Office Sexual violence is a wide spread issue that impacts everyone. The children and teens of today are our hope for tomorrow. It is important for us as parents, caring adults and communities to help set young ...
  • Want to start or grow a small business?

    Discover how to start and grow a successful small business at FREE Business Boot Camps coming up in western Nebraska: • April 29, Knight Museum & Sandhills Center, 908 Yellowstone Ave., Alliance, hosted by the Box Butte Development Corporation, 8:45...
  • Quiz Bowl team wins SPVA

      The Perkins County High School Quiz Bowl team won the SPVA Conference Quiz Bowl Tournament on Tuesday, April 1, in Sutherland. The squad won a round-robin tournament with six of the seven conference teams in attendance. PCHS went 5-0 on the day, win...