Nov 5, 2013
Sale sign goes up after no one bids for Ogallala's Front Street attraction
Ogallala's Front Street opened on U.S. Highway 30 in 1964, four years before Interstate 80 reached Ogallala.
A dog's life for local canines
By Jan Rahn Tribune Staff It's well beyond the dog days of summer, but the canines at the Perkins County Animal Shelter are treated to special dog days of their own by getting to strut around out in the open on a regular basis.
Harrowing chase ends just outside of Grant
By Tim Linscott Managing Editor The Nebraska State Patrol and Perkins County Sheriff's office were involved in a high speed chase Friday evening that ended just outside of Grant and resulted in the arrest of one individual.
South Platte River still rising in Western Neb.
Flooding along the South Platte River in western Nebraska had initially caused little damage, but the river continues to rise as floodwaters from Colorado arrive.
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Nebraska towns along South Platte scurry to protect property as floodwaters rush in
Tim Unruh of Paxton, center, shovels sand into a bag held by his son, Jonathon, with Doug Alllen, back left, and Suzanne Messersmith, both of Ogallala.