Kim Wilson is retiring at the end of this school year as a high school science teacher, junior high track coach and sponsor for the 2019 graduating class. She has been teaching for 27 years, 23 of those being at CCS. (Johnson Publications photo)

Logan Jussel, right, came in second place in the 300 meter hurdle finals at the district meet last week. Jussel’s time was 0.14 seconds behind the district champion. Jussel will compete at state this week in that event as well as the 4x400 relay. (Johnson Publications photo)

All three of Chase County’s 100 meter runners qualified for the state meet with a one, two, three finish at districts, from left, Adelaide Maxwell, Taylor Williams and Kamrie Dillan. Dillan made the cut as the sixth next fastest time among the extra qualifiers. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

From left, Jaycee Chris Lee and Jaycee President Perry Vetter presented S.C.O.R.E camp coordinators Kim Spady and Charlesa Kline with funds for six S.C.O.R.E. scholarships. (Courtesy photo)

S.C.O.R.E. camp coordinators Kim Spady and Charlesa Kline are finishing up plans for the science camp this summer.

    Chase County voters defeated a $20.5 million bond for a new hospital facility in a mail-in election that ended Tuesday at 5 p.m.

    Although he’s been gone from the community for more than a year, Scott Moser’s name continues to come up.

Opinion

Tax reform in Nebraska. Has the improbable become impossible?

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

Logan Jussel, right, came in second place in the 300 meter hurdle finals at the district meet last week. Jussel’s time was 0.14 seconds behind the district champion. Jussel will compete at state this week in that event as well as the 4x400 relay. (Johnson Publications photo)

The Longhorn track team took the District C-9 team title last Thursday in Bayard, as well as qualifying multiple athletes for the state meet.

All three of Chase County’s 100 meter runners qualified for the state meet with a one, two, three finish at districts, from left, Adelaide Maxwell, Taylor Williams and Kamrie Dillan. Dillan made the cut as the sixth next fastest time among the extra qualifiers. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Looking at the final team scoring, there was nothing “lucky” about Chase County qualifying 13 girls for the state high school track meet.

Karsen Klooz earned a ticket to the Class C state golf meet next week with a sixth place finish at the C-5 district in Cambridge Monday. (Courtesy photo)

    Longhorn senior Karsen Klooz will cap off a successful golf season with a trip to next week’s Class C state golf tournament.

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