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Dwight Egle, seated, met a fellow Navy veteran, Paul Lewis, at the CCS Veterans Day program in the Longhorn gym. After talking, the pair found out they were both on the USS Sullivan at the same time. (Johnson Publications photo)

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This good-sized buck was spotted in southwest Chase County in recent weeks. He found some good protection in this tree row which will be useful as Nebraska’s firearm season opens this weekend. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Dwight Egle, seated, met a fellow Navy veteran, Paul Lewis, at the CCS Veterans Day program in the Longhorn gym. After talking, the pair found out they were both on the USS Sullivan at the same time. (Johnson Publications photo)

Multiple Veterans Day programs honored local vets on Monday.

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Brooklyn Christensen, with Jozie Schilke at right, describes the moment when the parli pro team found out they were national champions. (Johnson Publications photo)

The auditorium at Chase County Schools (CCS) was nearly full Tuesday night for a public demonstration from Imperial’s national champion FFA parliamentary procedure team.

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Members of the VFW color guard at the program included, from left, Lorena McArthur, Casey McArthur, Eric Gonzalez, Eldon Kuntzelman and Duane Todd. (Johnson Publications photo)

Students, staff and the public gathered at Chase County Schools Monday for the annual Veterans Day program, put on by the school’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter.

Opinion

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Tax reform in Nebraska. Has the improbable become impossible?

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Blizzards on one end of the state, floods on the other. Nebraska, now more than ever, it’s not for everyone!

As the world struggles to sort out fake news and understand the not-so-civil discourse, I turn to the Nebraska Legislature.

Sports

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Armando Villarreal shows one of the Utah helmets he made for their upcoming throwback game against UCLA. (Johnson Publications photo)

Armando Villarreal’s latest football helmet project was released earlier this week in anticipation of its game on Saturday.

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Students get their cards punched by Abby Cyboron earlier this month. Each punch equals a mile, adding up to either a half or a full marathon (Johnson Publications photo)

The Longhorn Running Club just finished its second year.
The club was started by Abby Cyboron in March 2018.
Cyboron and her family lived in Kearney before moving to Imperial.

    Despite being one of the smallest schools in Class C1, the Chase County Longhorns battled their way into this year’s playoffs to cap off a successful season.

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