In the past seven days the Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) has been notified of 11 more people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
By Russ Pankonin and Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican
In a non-COVID-19 world, this week would have been the full Chase County Fair. Despite its cancellation, a number of events are being held, organized by the 4-H Council, Extension and volunteers.
If the Smithsonian in Washington is often called “the nation’s attic,” then maybe the Chase County Museum in Champion is Chase County’s.
By Tom Pantera, The Wauneta Breeze
t’s almost over. The 106th Legislature Second Session, that is.
By J.L. Schmidt, Statehouse correspondent, the Nebraska Press Association
At this writing, there is still no mandatory “shelter-in-place” restriction in Nebraska, one of nine states to enjoy such “freedom.”
By By J.L. Schmidt Statehouse correspondent, the Nebraska Press Association
While you may have some extra time on your hands these days, why not tell us about it?
Chase County Fair as we know it is not happening this year.
This is the week it was scheduled, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, fair addicts will have to wait until 2021.
By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican
While the college fall season has been nixed in some conferences, high school sports remain alive and well at Chase County Schools.
Art Luhrs, Nick Luhrs and Tom Luhrs took the Red, White and Blue 3-Person Scramble by one stroke July 25 Enders Lake Golf Course.
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