Main Street Water Tower

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In fall of 2016, the City of Perkins Main Street water tower was rehabilitated, through funding provided by a general obligation bond in the amount of $1.285 million approved by an election on April 5, 2016.

The water tower has been a symbol of Perkins since its construction in 1912, when bonds were approved in an election "to build a modern water system with water mains to supply the whole town."* The rehabilitation was completed by American Tank Restoration in October 2016.

*Queen City of The Cimarron, David Sasser and Mahlon Erickson, Evans Publications, Inc., 1989, p. 60 (Photo, p. 61)

2016 Photo Contest

A photo contest was held in November 2016, with winning photographs printed in the Perkins Journal, courtesy of publisher David Sasser.


1st Place Kara Hall

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2nd Place Angie Mendez

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3rd Place Krista Allsbrook

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T4th Place Lanae DeMuth

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T4th Place Holly Higgins

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Other Submissions

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