During a practice burn Saturday in Imperial, fireman watch as the flames begin to roll and take on a life of their own in a portion of the house located on East 5th St. (Johnson Publications photo)

During the dinner at the Eagles as part of the tournament activities, Andy and Karla Bauman express their thanks to all who have helped make the tournament in memory of their son, Logan, such a success in its 10 year existence. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

Dr. Liz Hatz is enjoying her first few weeks in Chase County as its newest physician. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Even though she’s only been living in Imperial for a few weeks, Dr. Liz Hatz says it feels like home.

During a practice burn Saturday in Imperial, fireman watch as the flames begin to roll and take on a life of their own in a portion of the house located on East 5th St. (Johnson Publications photo)

    The Imperial Volunteer Fire Department got to practice on a real structure fire Saturday.

    Kody Huff, for whom a Chase County arrest warrant was issued last month, was arrested Friday without incident in McCook.

Opinion

Like ants at a picnic, people with ideas are drawn by an estimated $30 million to $40 million per year increase in sales tax.

The Fourth of July. Independence Day. Freedom.

Chalk up at least some partial wins in three high profile challenges impacting Nebraskans: the number of signatures required to get on the ballot; details about execution drugs; and the removal of

Sports

During the dinner at the Eagles as part of the tournament activities, Andy and Karla Bauman express their thanks to all who have helped make the tournament in memory of their son, Logan, such a success in its 10 year existence. (Johnson Publications photo)

For the second time in its 10-year history, the Logan Bauman Memorial Golf Tournament was hosted by the Imperial and Enders golf courses on Saturday, June 30 and Sunday, July 1.

Yeraldin Almanza’s cheer team practices one the routines on the football field at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Almanza is standing on the bottom far right. (Courtesy photo)

    Yeraldin Almanza, a cheerleader at Chase County Schools (CCS), was nominated last fall to attend the Cheer Hawaii program this summer at the University of Hawaii at Manoa from June 21-28, said

His teammates meet Austin Laird at home plate after he jacked a two-run homer in the second, giving Imperial an early 2-0 lead in the championship game against Alma. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Local baseball fans can’t remember when Imperial last qualified a Junior Legion team for the state baseball tournament.
    Or, if the junior team ever has.

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