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June 24 was the first church service inside Imperial Manor and Parkview-Heights using the new protection barrier. Pastor David Kahle leads a church service from behind the single-access barrier for residents.

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Educational administration runs in the Lambert family. Larry Lambert, at left, completed eight months as the CCS interim superintendent on Tuesday this week. His son, Adam, center, took over as CCS superintendent on Wednesday. Larry’s brother, Chuck, is the Bridgeport Public Schools superintendent.

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Marine Cpl. Hunter Dillan, left, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Capt. Peter Hofinga, Lima Company Commander, for his work in security for the U.S. Navy ship Comfort.

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June 24 was the first church service inside Imperial Manor and Parkview-Heights using the new protection barrier. Pastor David Kahle leads a church service from behind the single-access barrier for residents.

The Imperial Manor and Parkview-Heights residents have been enduring a church-service drought since COVID-19 warranted a shutdown of gatherings.

    After Sunday’s TestNebraska session in Imperial, health professionals at the Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) believe they are close to the Governor’s goal.

    Friday, July 3, will be a big night in Imperial as Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) members take charge of the city’s annual fireworks show.

Opinion

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At this writing, there is still no mandatory “shelter-in-place” restriction in Nebraska, one of nine states to enjoy such “freedom.”

While you may have some extra time on your hands these days, why not tell us about it?

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Tax reform in Nebraska. Has the improbable become impossible?

Sports

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The championship team in the Slice Fore Life hospital foundation golf benefit were members of the Cyboron team, from left, Jason Burke, Eric McDaniel, Aaron Cyboron and Dan Reeves.

    Three strokes separated the top two teams at the 13th annual Chase County Hospital Foundation Slice Fore Life golf benefit Saturday at the Imperial Country Club

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Trevor Peterson gets a congratulatory handshake from Coach (and dad) Bruce Peterson after his three-run homer in his first at-bat against Cozad Sunday.

    It was a good day times two for the Imperial Legion seniors Sunday.

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Pitcher Lukas Fries winds up against Wallace last week in Imperial.

The Imperial 2 pee wee team got on the dirt for their first game of the season June 24 when they hosted Wallace.
Despite a hard-fought game, Imperial 2 lost, 1-15.

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