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  • Arbor Day Foundation names Grant Tree City USA® Community

    Grant was recognized by the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation a a Tree City USA community for its commitment to urban forestry. Grant has earned this designation for 15 years. The Tree City USA program is sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation ...
  • Spring Fun Fest April 30 in Ogallala

    Plan to attend the 6th annual Spring Fun Fest this Saturday, April 30 from 7:30 a.m. to 3p.m. MDT at the Keith County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall located at 1100 West 3rd St. and sponsored by the Ogallala First United Methodist Church. Once again, the Waffl...
  • Motorcycle Safety Day to be held April 30 in Imperial

    Lynn Rinehard, director of the Frenchman Valley Riders Chapter W, announced that a Morotcycle Safety Day will be held in Imperial on Saturday, April 30. Topic to be covered include motorcycle history, helmet information, insurance compared on riders’ ne...
  • Free concert and art May 3 at NPCC

    The North Platte Community College music and art departments will present a free spring concert and art showing at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 3, at McDonald-Belton Theater. The art showing will feature works of NPCC students under the direction of Art Instruc...
  • Pitching with Pritch...Following the favorites

    By Larry Pritchett Past PCHS Activities Director The NBA playoffs are going and boy are they exciting.  I can’t believe that I thought that the NBA wasn’t fun to watch.   Most of the first round games have been really close and there has been grea...
  • Plainsmen earn four firsts at Chase Co.

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Michael York led the Plainsmen in bringing home four first place pieces of hardware from the Chase County Invite in Imperial on April 19. The Perkins County High School senior took the championship slot in 110 high hurdles, 300...
  • 25 track and field medals return with Plainsmen

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor The boys and girls track teams from Perkins County Schools brought home 25 medals from the Panther Invitational on April 21 in Hershey. Taking the championship individually was Ashley Kemling in the 800 meter run with a time of ...
  • Golfers place first at Perkins County Invite

    Perkins County golfers had another outstanding day on the course as they hosted their invitational on Tuesday, April 19 and took top honors among 12 teams with 354 points. Individually, eight Perkins County golfers finished in the top 20. Senior Zac White...
  • Tuesday Ladies Golf League begins May 17

    Board members of the Tuesday morning Ladies Golf League have announced the kick-off for the 2011 season.   Beginning Tuesday, May 17 at 9 a.m., all members are encouraged to be at the clubhouse for the beginning of play.   The board will serve as hostes...
  • Wildcats compete at Sutherland Invitational

    By Elizabeth StrandSports Writer The Wallace Invite, originally  set for Tuesday April 19, was held on Thursday, April 21 in Sutherland with nine schools competing.   The weather was cool in the morning, but the sun emerged by the end of the day and  o...
  • PC musicians give superior performances

    Perkins County High School music students took part in District Music Contest at Sutherland High School on Monday, April 18. The contest was delayed from the previous Friday due to an area snowstorm. Director Sheila Johnson commended the students on the...
  • White is Senior of Month

    Zac White, a senior at Perkins County High School, has been selected as April 2011 Senior of the Month. White has been very active in scholastics and extracurricular activities throughout his high school career. He has been a member of National Honor Soci...
  • PCS activity schedule

    April 28-May 5 • Times are MountainThursday, April 289 a.m.    Boys golf at Hershey Invite (Sutherland)9 a.m.    Jr. hi track at Chase Co.7 p.m.    High school music concertFriday, April 29Kindergarten Round-Up9 a.m.    Boys Golf at SPVA (Im...
  • Last day of school announced at PCS

    Due to the fact that one extra dismissal day built into the school calendar still remains, the last day of school for K-8 students will be moved up to May 17th with normal dismissal time.  The last day for high school students will be moved up to May 18t...
  • Wallace students perform at spring concert

      Four vocal numbers by the fourth-sixth grade choir were included in the spring program presented to the community April 12. (Photo by Nora Jameson)...
  • Wallace FCCLA members help with community Easter egg hunt

    Kids at the Easter egg hunt held in the Wallace Park received assistance from the high school FCCLA. Members include (Above photo, front row, l-r): Jaclyn Nelson, Paige Aylward, Danica Messersmith, Lane Swedberg, Haley Storm. Back row: Easter bunny (Jacks...
  • Two leading high plains John Deere dealerships join forces

    Kay Jan, Inc. and 21st Century Equipment To Join Forces May 1. Two of the High Plains’ leading John Deere dealerships have announced a merger that will provide customers with even more resources, technology and service.   Kay Jan, Inc, headquartered i...
  • Buyer beware when purchasing tree care following storm breakage

    Storms often bring out the best in a community. Neighbors, even strangers, help each other cope with aggravations and property damage left in the wake of a storm. Unfortunately, storms also bring out the worst in a community–fast-buck artists looking to...
  • Spring grain drying tips for large bins

    Managing large grain bins–those with diameters of 36-48 feet and heights of 28-32 feet –may require adding drying capacity and increasing monitoring efforts. In recent years there has been a trend toward larger bins than were used 20 years ago. Most o...
  • Mealtime Makeovers...One last hoorah!

    By Ashleigh Noyes Tribune Staff I realize since spring has arrived, we tend to phase out the winter dishes. Soups being one of the main meals that get swept under the rug until fall pokes around once again. I am not alright with this. We still eat ice c...