Weather Forecast

Click for Grant, Nebraska Forecast

Archives

Filter 

  • NRCS apps for organic initiative due

    USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist Craig Derickson reminds potential applicants to contact their local NRCS office soon to find out if they are eligible for the agency’s Organic Initiative. Applications for the seco...
  • Another Perspective

    Dad’s legacy lives on after 10 years By Lori PankoninCo-Publisher Last Sunday marked 10 years since my father took his last breath on this earth and joined the angels. Oh how vividly I recall that day. It was bitter sweet as death of someone near and ...
  • You never forget

    Dear Editor: There was a quiet, sullen, shrouded feeling throughout the community Saturday morning, March 17, after hearing of the deaths of two young people in a single-vehicle accident. It certainly opened old wounds for Elmer and me, from when we got t...
  • Rollover claims lives of two PCHS students

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor The lives of two Grant families who had dreams and expectations for their teens were shattered by a fatal accident early Saturday morning on West 4th Street. Several communities in southwest Nebraska are grieving the loss of 1...
  • New administrator takes helm of Perkins County Health Services Foundation

      By Jan RahnManaging Editor Being a people person, a native of Grant, and possessing drive and ambition, Jody Snogren will have no trouble getting acclimated to her new position as administrator of the Perkins County Health Services Foundation (PCHSF...
  • Cheer for students to achieve top performance in statewide assessments

    By Jan RahnManaging Editor Fans of Perkins County Schools have an opportunity to cheer their students toward excellence in the upcoming weeks this spring. This is a little different type of competitiveness—students in grades three through eight and grad...
  • Public and businesses invited to “Connect Perkins County”

    An after-hours gathering at Perkins County Fairgrounds on Wednesday, March 28, 5:30 p.m,. will feature short talk on how to support and promote business growth. Drinks, hors d’ oeuvres. By Jan RahnManaging Editor Business owners, entrepreneurs and int...
  • Afternoon blaze threatens village of Venango

      By Jan RahnManaging Editor Eight area departments joined in an effort last week to extinguish a fire that threatened Venango. According to Venango Fire Chief Steve Tucker, 28-and-a-half acres were destroyed on the southwest edge of the village on M...
  • Three incumbents re-elected at Midwest Electric’s annual membership meeting

      The Midwest Electric Cooperative Corporation held its 65th annual meeting at the Perkins County High School in Grant on March 15.  A total of 305 people were served supper, with 192 of those being registered members. Three incumbents were re-electe...
  • Our Community's History

    Pack your veggies in sand for winter By M. Lee One Year AgoMarch 17, 2011 A $2,500 reward was offered for a lead on golf course vandalism. Destruction of the course had put a damper on the eagerness of those who were ready to get the game underway last ...
  • Hazardous waste collection set

    The Red Willow County Household Hazardous Waste Program and Southwest Nebraska RC&D has scheduled collection events in southwest Nebraska to help local residents dispose of potentially hazardous household products at no charge. Collection events will...
  • American Legion and auxiliary celebrate legion’s birthday

    The Grant American Legion and auxiliary met March 13 at the Legion hall for a 6 p.m. pot luck birthday dinner celebrating the American Legion’s 93rd birthday. There were 24 members present and all enjoyed a delicious meal and birthday cake and ice cream...
  • Pi Day

    A common mathematical term used is Pi, which calculates to approximately 3.14. This truncated term translates to March 14.  Perkins County High School students celebrated Pi Day by purchasing their chance to “pie” their favorite math teacher during...
  • Event raises $5,000 for animal shelter

      The fifth annual wine tasting event held March 17 to raise funds for the Perkins County Animal Shelter was attended by approximately 80 people. Attendees enjoyed wine, food and got acquainted with a few of the furry friends featured during the night...
  • New Keystone pipeline route soon says TransCanada executive

    Houston (AP)–A Canadian company that wants to build a 1,700-mile oil pipeline through the U.S. heartland to the Texas Gulf Coast will be ready within weeks to submit plans for a new route that avoids the environmentally sensitive Nebraska Sandhills regi...
  • Arnett wins state Lions photo contest

    Wallace Community Lions member, Bill Arnett, wins the State Lion’s Environmental Photo Contest. Lion Arnett’s photo was entered in the “landscape category.” There are five categories in the contest: animal life, landscape (urban and natural), plan...
  • USDA warns of fraudulent letters

    USDA officials learned late March 16 that fraudulent letters are being sent by FAX to individuals and businesses in at least four states. The letters purportedly come from a USDA procurement officer and seek personal information. These letters are false a...
  • The “Dirty Thirties” came to Westview

    Monday, March, 12 at 3 p.m. in the afternoon Ted Tietjen came to Westview and gave a slide presentation on the “Dirty Thirties.” The residents enjoyed reminiscing about those days of dust and more dust and appreciated the information and slides he sha...
  • Mealtime Makeovers

    Here’s the skinny of it By Ashleigh NoyesTribune Columnist Baked potatoes are one of my very favorite foods in the world. I would eat them everyday if I could, however, my waistline would agree that it is a good thing that I don’t. I have never like...
  • What’s Up?

    Try to find a comet By Vernon WhetstoneAmateur Astronomer Okay space fans, in the words of my good friend Monty Python, now for something completely different. We have been watching the dance of the planets for the last few weeks, which is a grand sight...