Weather Forecast

Click for Grant, Nebraska Forecast

Archives

Filter 

  • Plainsmen win first round in playoffs

    One down, four to go. The Plainsmen started their quest for an 8-man state football championship with a win over Twin Loup 60-14 last Thursday, Oct. 29 in Grant. The Plainsmen started out offensively with a lot of full-back dives to set up their offensi...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Onward Plainsmen! By the time some of you get the Tribune, the second round game in the 2015 football playoffs will be history. Last Thursday, the Plainsmen defeated Twin Loup 60-14 to advance in the playoffs. This Wednesday, the Plainsmen are playing an...
  • Wallace falls in first round of playoffs

    By LaDonna SwedbergTribune CorrespondentThis 2015 football season started with 54 Class D2 teams and after the final regular season game, the field was narrowed down to 32 teams for playoffs.Wallace had a strong start to their season and earned enough poi...
  • The Lady Cats split the week

    By Christy SheetsTribune CorrespondentThe Wallace Wildcats travelled to face the Raiders of Medicine Valley on Thursday, Oct. 22. The Wildcats won the match 25-14, 25-15, and 25-16.Leading the team offensively was Rohde with 15 points (six aces). McConnel...
  • Madrid ethanol plant receives $500,000 from USDA

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA has selected Mid America Agri Products/Wheatland, LLC of Madrid to receive $500,000 for ethanol production and Aaron Ross of Columbus to receive $41,250 for wind energy.  These two projects bring the ...
  • Gwen Harm opens salon in Grant

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorFrom a young age, Gwen Harm has been involved with the beauty industry, and at age 55 she continues to strive to help women, men and kids look and feel their best and “be their own kind of beautiful.”“I want people t...
  • Hendricks joins vet services in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeJohnson Publications Dr. Nicole Hendricks joined Veterinary Services of Imperial Oct. 12 as an associate. No stranger to the area, she grew up on a farm north of Madrid. Dr. Hendricks attended veterinary school at Iowa State University with ...
  • PC Schools announce all ‘A’ honor roll

    ...
  • PC Plainsmen are a“head” of the pack

    ...
  • Walter named to executive board

    Tayler Walter, a sophomore mathematics major from Madrid, has been elected to the executive board of the 2015-16 Residence Hall Association, which oversees 13 residence halls at UW-Whitewater and two apartment buildings that house students.The executive b...
  • UNMC College of Dentistry ranks No. 1 in nation

    Of all the dental schools in the United States, the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry ranks No. 1 in graduates who return to rural communities to practice, a new report indicates.Thirty-three percent of the UNMC College of Dentist...
  • Long proclaiming gospel through different venue:

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorJohn Long proclaimed the love of Jesus to countless numbers of people during his 42 years as a funeral director, and, although retired, he’s continuing this proclamation through a different venue—weddings.It all started ...
  • Bittersweet day

    ...
  • Osborne encouraging PCS to start TeamMates

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorIt isn’t everyday that your secretary walks into your office and tells you Tom Osborne is there to see you. But, that is what happened to Perkins County School’s Superintendent Phillip Picquet one day last month.The form...
  • Pole testing reveals deficiencies

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorAccording to Midwest Electric Operation’s Manager Calvin Dahlkoetter, pole testing and treatment within the city of Grant is complete.A total of 24 of the 650 poles tested over a three day period were found to be deficient...
  • PC hosts Kids Fitness and Nutrition Day

    Perkins County hosted the event for the first time in its 10-year history to better accommodate schools in the Mountain Time Zone By Becky UehlingManaging EditorWhat better way to break in the new gym at Perkins County Jr. High School than to use it to...
  • Another Perspective

    Composting creates Mother Nature thrills It all started when a friend from the mountains helped clear the table. She asked where my compost crock was. Compost crock? I don’t have one. I was already a firm believer in recycling but had never considered ...
  • Note From Washington

    Education is best investment - I recently returned to the halls of my high school. It’s been quite a few years since I attended Lincoln Southeast High School as a student, and I was delighted to learn of the wonderful opportunities for current student...
  • Cap View

    Lawmakers want to consider school foundation aid State senators looking at property taxes and school funding are turning their focus to an old friend, school foundation aid.It’s an idea that has been around since 1967 when lawmakers adopted a bill spon...
  • Hughes' Views

    My view on property taxes Last week a number of legislative committees held interim hearings. The Health and Human Services Committee heard LR 248, a study to examine the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act and its implement...