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  • Temperance is fourth virtue

    From the PulpitPastor Chris CostriniVenango  Community When we hear the word ‘temperance’ many of us will think of the ‘temperance movement’ – the effort to outlaw alcohol which reached its peak with the passage of the 18th amendment to the Co...
  • Prohibition should be implemented in Whiteclay

    Dear Editor:I read the Grant Tribune-Sentinel article: “Governor Ricketts determined to address problems in Whiteclay” (Oct 15 issue). I am pleased that the Governor plans to address this long-time problem. Regardless of whether it is genetics or chos...
  • Cap View

    Say goodbye to ConAgra, but don’t lament the departure   ConAgra Foods has announced it will move its corporate headquarters from Omaha to Chicago and cut at least 1,000 jobs in Omaha. The company was lured to Illinois by tax credits it will receive ...
  • Beef! It’s whats for lunch

    By Nora JamesonTribune Contributor Pure Nebraska beef hamburgers were on the menu for the Wallace students last Wed., Oct. 14, thanks to Steve and Susan Hanson and Nick and Rachel Hanson. “Beef is a nutritious part of any meal, filled with zinc, iron ...
  • Artist and photographer featured at gallery this month

    The featured artists at Meadowlark Gallery for the month of October are Paxton’s Britt Kuenning and Bill Day Photography.Britt KuenningBritt Kuenning, a resident of Paxton, grew up on a working ranch in Imperial and showed an interest in drawing at a yo...
  • Two advance to state CC meet

    The Plainsmen Harriers did a great job last Thursday at the district meet held in Grant at the Pheasant Run Golf Course, with two qualifying for the state meet, said Head Coach Paula Wurst.Senior Emily Kemling continued to give a strong showing at t...
  • PC beats Sutherland during SPVA

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorThe Grant Lady Plainsmen struggled early on during the day of the South Platte Valley Association (SPVA) Tournament held in Ogallala on Saturday, Oct. 17. However, they were able to come back and beat Sutherland in their fin...
  • Plainsmen beat DC-Stratton

      By Becky UehlingManaging EditorThe Perkins County Plainsmen kept their winning streak alive last Friday by defeating the Dundy County-Stratton 66-28.“The plainsmen controlled the line of scrimmage offensively,” said Head Coach Carlie Wells. “W...
  • Jr. high football completes third consecutive undefeated year

    The Perkins County Spartans finished their season undefeated at 4-0. This is the third consecutive undefeated campaign for the Spartans.The Spartans defeated Dundy County 48-16 in their opening contest. They followed that win with a 40-16 victory over S...
  • Junior High volleyball wraps up year

    Low numbers were not a problem for the Perkins County Jr. High Volleyball team this fall. They started out with 12 players, but because of injuries, found themselves playing with only 10 girls mid way through the season. Despite the lack of manpower, th...
  • Knights defeat Wildcats in homecoming showdown

      By Ladonna SwedbergTribune ContributorThe homecoming game always seems to be very competitive and this year was no exception.  A big victory wasn’t the only thing at stake for Wallace when they hosted Eustis-Farnam, district rankings were also in...
  • The Wallace Lady Wildcats have a winning week

      By Christy SheetsTribune ContributorThe Wallace Wildcats competed in the Garden County Triangular on Monday, Oct. 12. The Cats first opponent was Garden County. The Wildcats won 25-14 and 25-11.Offensively McConnell led with 9 points (2 aces), follo...
  • Wallace Crowns Homecoming Royalty

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  • Perkins County Health Services Foundation is this month’s Chamber Spotlight

      By Brooke Pankonin - Staff writerPerkins County Health Services Foundation (PCHSF) has been serving the community since 1987 to expand and maintain Perkins County Health Services (PCHS). Adair Reese, PCHSF Executive Director, presented at Octobe...
  • Grand Island council approves financing for chicken hatchery

    Grand Island council approves financing for chicken hatchery   (AP)—The Grand Island City Council has unanimously approved up to $2.6 million in tax-increment financing for a chicken hatchery that would produce 24 million chicks per year.The proposed...
  • Pitching with Pritch

    Celebrating Last Week's Wins Last week was medical week for the Pritchett family. Marlene had a knee scoped, and I spent Friday doing doctor appointments and being tested, prodded, poked etc. By the time I got back to Grant, my general disposition being ...
  • Abortion survivor speaks for local women’s resource center

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorClaire Culwell met her birth mother in 2009 and found out that she survived the abortion that took the life of her twin brother. On Monday, Sept. 21, Culwell shared her story at the Ogallala Women’s Resource Center’s (WR...
  • Tiny home is a reality for Grant family

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorSam and Breanne Sims achieved the American dream. Great jobs, big house with a big yard, three-car garage, and something else—a whole lot of maintenance. “We were spending all of our time and a lot of money to upkeep...
  • More burglaries, thefts occur in county

    By Becky UehlingManaging EditorAn increase in criminal activity continues across Perkins County, according to Perkins County Sheriff Jim Brueggeman. Not long after several businesses in eastern Perkins County were burglarized on Sept. 27 and 28, activity ...
  • DNR, NRD developing new integrated management plan

    By Russ PankoninCo-Publisher Water management in the Republican River Basin looks a whole lot better today than it did in 2009. Natural resources districts (NRD) in the Republican Basin are preparing to revise their integrated management plans (IMP) for ...