Workers with C & S Construction were completing the steel sidewalls at the Chase County Schools’ new bus barn in near perfect weather conditions Monday morning. The new building is being constructed northwest of the school. (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS elementary students performed in the All-State Children’s Chorus in Lincoln. Singers included, back row from left, Beau Weiss and Malachi Christensen, front row from left, Olivia Spady, Emma Keller and Anna Aragon-Bustillos. (Courtesy photo)

Chase County’s high school bowling team qualified for the state tournament after finishing fourth at districts. Team members are, front from left, Joel DaMoude, Sydney Vetter, Lauren Prior, Emma Ferguson, back from left, Nike Smith, Nathanael Rau, Alex Pflum and Kobe Maris. (Courtesy photo)

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Twenty-two Imperial businesses will be offering special scratch-off tickets this Christmas shopping season after purchases are made in their stores or offices.

Workers with C & S Construction were completing the steel sidewalls at the Chase County Schools’ new bus barn in near perfect weather conditions Monday morning. The new building is being constructed northwest of the school. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Changes in the landscape on the northwest corner of the school property became visible last week as the new bus barn began to go up.
    Crew members with C & S

Despite some chilly temperatures Saturday morning, a good crowd turned out for the Turkey Trot, hosted by the Imperial Zion Lutheran Church as one of the events celebrating its 100th anniversary th

Opinion

In spite of it all, and most of all in spite of ourselves, we have a lot for which to be thankful this year.

In 1968, Phillip Morris decided the time had come to market cigarettes toward women, who had begun to make discernible social progress and were finally moving away from the stifling ideal of the ba

Makerspaces are the new buzz among the young and hip tech-savvy 20-somethings. But they’re not something that you’ll just find in Lincoln or Omaha.

Sports

    Classifications for 11-man and eight-man football will undergo a major change for the next two-year scheduling period.

The school gymnasiums are full of activity as the winter sports seasons are underway.

First place winner in the Turkey Trot costume contest was Dustin Holmes. (Johnson Publications photo)

    The Zion Lutheran Church of Imperial has been scheduling special events each month since January to celebrate their 100th year anniversary.

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