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Connie Griess works in the Extension office at the county building. Griess can be contacted to rent office and meeting spaces in the new building. (Johnson Publications photo)

Chase County Commissioners David Hogsett, left, and Chuck Vette visited the new county building this week. (Johnson Publications photo)

County building to host open house

Although the Chase County building on East Fifth Street has been open since the first week of May, an open house will be held on Friday.

Sue Smith drops off toys for the toy drive on Dec. 12. More than 170 toys were donated. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS elementary music teacher Jodie Liess leads K-3 students on Dec. 12 for a program at Manor/Heights. Liess and her students came to the senior care facilities to entertain residents. (Johnson Publications photo)

‘Santa’s Day Off’ first annual toy drive a success

    No child in Chase County will go without a Christmas present this year.
    At least that’s the hope of Sue Moore and Eric Haider.

People line up Saturday for the spread provided by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce as a thank-you to local shoppers. Above, Jerry Groff and Shirley Lewis help Bethene Lines and Vivian Todd with their dessert choices. (Johnson Publications photo)

Prior to the meal, the Christmas tree outside was lit. Becky Berry, foreground, and Brenda Ledall place ornaments on the tree. (Johnson Publications photo)

What’s a Christmas event without Santa? The jolly man in red greets Tom and Sharon Russell as they entered the city gym for Saturday’s soup supper and drawings. (Johnson Publications photo)

Chamber’s ‘Kickoff to Christmas’ draws over 100

    Chamber President Clint Johnson wanted to return to a former Christmas tradition in Imperial that he believes was one residents enjoyed.

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