Ag & Business

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Little Sunshine school-aged kids who donated school supplies to Chase County Schools include, from left, Truman Olsen, Tatum May, CCS Elementary Principal Becky Odens, Beckett Richmond, Knox Paisley, Emalyn Olsen, Briella Exum and Maura May. Not pictured—Grayson Owens, Hayden Worth, Hadley Worth and Lexi Stanley. (Johnson Publications photo)

Students donate school supplies to youths in need

At the start of the summer, school-aged students at Little Sunshine Preschool & Daycare developed a business plan to raise money for people in need.

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These photos show the littered tree pile at the transfer station site with numerous items dumped there that should not be. Only trees, branches, grass clippings, dead plants, other yard waste and untreated lumber should be placed in the tree pile, according to city officials. (Courtesy photos)

Tree pile still littered with non-accepted items

    City officials continue to have problems with non-accepted items being left in the tree pile at the transfer station site, at the south edge of Imperial.

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