Legs are flying everywhere as Longhorn wrestler Travis Rowley maneuvers for the take down on Dundy County Stratton’s Delton Haines. After losing to Haines in the third round, Rowley came back to defeat him in the third place match. (Johnson Publications photo)

Emergency personnel work to free the cattle still in the trailer after an accident that overturned a tractor trailer last Wednesday night by Enders Lake. Five cattle succumbed from the accident and others that got loose were rounded up the next day. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

Parker Korbitz arrived last week to begin a six week rotation at CCCH and clinics. He is a third year medical student at UNMC. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Omaha native Parker Korbitz is a third year medical student at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) completing a six-week  rotation at Chase County Community Hospital and Clinics.

Emergency personnel work to free the cattle still in the trailer after an accident that overturned a tractor trailer last Wednesday night by Enders Lake. Five cattle succumbed from the accident and others that got loose were rounded up the next day. (Johnson Publications photo)

    A driver may have been a little disoriented last week when the cattle-filled tractor trailer he was operating overturned near Enders Lake.

Heartland Theater Service owner Roger Bockert hooks up the new projector at the Imperial Theatre. (Johnson Publications photo)

    After an approval from the city council to purchase a used projector in November, Imperial movie-goers got to experience the new equipment last weekend.

Opinion

The Legislature is a week away from convening, but boy howdy, when they do.

It’s over. Another Christmas done. New Year’s a few days away. It’s that awkward time of the year for Nebraskans.

It’s that age-old question of government and politics: Who knew what and when?

Sports

Junior Bennett Bauerle looks for an opening against Perkins County last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

    The Chase County Longhorns just finished a long week of games leading up to this week’s SPVA Conference tournament, in which they are top-seeded.

Legs are flying everywhere as Longhorn wrestler Travis Rowley maneuvers for the take down on Dundy County Stratton’s Delton Haines. After losing to Haines in the third round, Rowley came back to defeat him in the third place match. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Going into Saturday’s home meet for the Longhorn wrestlers, coach Matt Vlasin didn’t know what to expect.

Early in the game, Mallie McNair scores two of the 17 points she tallied against Perkins County. (Johnson Publications photo)

    As the Lady Longhorns traveled to Kimball Tuesday for their first round SPVA tournament game, they were probably still smiling after tallying three big wins last week.

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