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Becky Kuntzelman | Johnson Publications
After a very busy Labor Day weekend, officials are now planning for an informative meeting Oct. 1 at Enders Golf Course to discuss the Nebraska Game and Parks centennial celebration taking place in the summer 2021.

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The Large family was honored with two pioneer farm family awards this summer. Family members at a ceremony during the Hayes County Fair were, front from left, Hayley Richards, Levi Schleusender, Aubrey Schleusener, Tinley Baar, Rorik Nelson, back from left, Sadie Richards, Andrea (Large) Richards, Stacy (Large) & Mark Schleusener, Joey & Myra Large, Kevin Large, Joslyn (Large), Rorik & Jake Nelson, Halsie Large, Kip Richards, Keenan Richards, Kerbie Large, Ryan Large, Lichelle (Large) and Zaylee Baar.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications
Dawson Mollendor had a breakout game against Ogallala, finishing with 99 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. With a big hole from the offensive line, Mollendor heads downfield after taking the handoff from quarterback Ryan Bernhardt.

Local News

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With no Husker sports so far this fall, more light poles decorated like this one last year may again be seen. A 2020 light pole contest got the OK Monday.

    It was a big hit last fall, and that’s why city officials are bringing back the downtown pole decorating contest for another year.

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Josh Burke, left and Kelsey Weiss

    Two Imperial firefighters have experienced the California wildfires up close.

Tax entities in Chase Çounty will seek $18.8 million in property taxes for their operations in the 2020-21 budget year.

Opinion

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As predicted, there will be no special session of the Nebraska Legislature to introduce bills and set policies to address systemic racism.

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A group of urban state senators want a special session of the Legislature to discuss changing police powers and providing protection for workers threatened by the coronavirus and other related issu

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A three-subject bill (LB 1107) passed at the last minute by the 2020 Legislature has been called the Grand Compromise.

Sports

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications
Dawson Mollendor had a breakout game against Ogallala, finishing with 99 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. With a big hole from the offensive line, Mollendor heads downfield after taking the handoff from quarterback Ryan Bernhardt.

    Head Coach Nathan Gaswick knows he putting a young team on the field. He also knows they’re gaining valuable experience that will help them when district play begins.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications
Joee Clevenger reaches for an attack from the outside during Chase County’s game against Minden.

There were big changes to the Chase County volleyball team’s lineup last week and little time to work on them.

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Jan Schultz | Johnson Publications
Mason Tyerman exhibits his relief to have finished, as the Chase County senior sign looks on. Tyerman was third across for the Longhorns at Chase County’s meet last week.

    As numbers doubled for the girls and nearly tripled for the boys compared to earlier meets this season, Chase County’s home meet last week was big.

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