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Four-H shooting sports instructor Chris Tomky, standing far left, is all smiles as she poses with youths involved in the Chase County 4-H Shooting Sports Program, which recently received $6,765.37 in equipment from the NRA Foundation. (Courtesy photo)

NRA Foundation awards more than $6,700 to county’s 4-H Shooting Program

The NRA Foundation has awarded the Chase County 4-H Shooting Program $6,765.37 in shooting sports equipment.

Among the youths and adults recognized at the 4-H Achievement night earlier this month are, standing from left, Hayley Vitosh, Sydney Vetter, Rita and Dave Hogsett, Jose Medrano, Kayla Schilke and, kneeling, Brady Gittlein. (Courtesy photo)

4-H families, volunteers celebrate accomplishments

    More than 100 4-Hers, family members and volunteers gathered Nov. 7, for the annual 4-H Achievement Program at the Chase County Fairgrounds.

Retiring UPS driver Roger Siebrandt was all smiles as he served hot dogs at the Imperial Theatre Saturday afternoon as a thank-you to the community. At left, Emma Jenkins waits for hers. (Johnson Publications photo)

Popular driver retires from UPS

    Something special must be present to keep someone with the same company for more than 38 years.
    For Roger Siebrandt, it’s the people of this community.

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