Ag & Business

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Jim Haarberg of Imperial unloads a combine bin full of popcorn into a semi late Tuesday afternoon. Haarberg said the popcorn is the first corn they have picked this year. Corn harvest is getting off to a good start as the crop dries down. (Johnson Publications photo)

Corn harvest getting off to good start

With the wet corn harvest, soybean harvest and edible bean harvest all but complete,  farmers’ focus has shifted to the popcorn and field corn harvest.

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Students at Chase County School are taking care of their bank business. Standing from front are Allyssa Davis, Briella Exum, Darmara Cardona and Grayson Owens. They are being helped by high school “bank tellers” Kadin Vrbas, Evan Fisher and Jim Sims. Lisa Denny of Adams Bank & Trust observes the tellers to make sure they are doing everything correctly. (Courtesy photo)

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Depositors receive a sticker every time they make a deposit. Kindergartner Jason Fortkamp places his sticker on the pig poster with the amount he deposited that day. (Courtesy photo)

CCS bank seeking more depositors

    Chase County Schools’ student savings project opened with a “school bank” Feb. 14 in conjunction with Adams Bank & Trust.



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