Imperial FFA President Kayla Schilke, left, and parliamentarian Macy Coleman were busy in the ag room at Chase County Schools Monday, making signs and gathering T-shirts for the annual Pink-Out activities this week. Coleman is wearing this year’s Pink-Out shirt, and the quilt Schilke is holding will be raffled as a fund-raiser, too. (Johnson Publications photo)

School Nurse Angie Paisley has flu prevention posters up at Chase County Schools, which third graders Tate Teply and Lily Haldeen are reading on the commons area bulletin board. (Johnson Publications photo)

District champion Conduct of Chapter Meetings team, from left, Kendall Prior, Lindsey Mendenhall, Morayah Cupp, Jordan Jablonski, Kamrie Dillan, Matalie Wallin and Kambree Meeske. Cupp was also an individual district champion in Creed Speaking. (Courtesy photo)
 

Chase County junior Scott Wheeler slides in between a pair of Dundy County Stratton defenders as the Longhorns made a late run against DCS last week. Wheeler finished the game with 11 points and scored 24 to lead the team at Kimball Saturday. (Courtesy photo by Renae Bottom)

Local News

    State Senator Dan Hughes wants people to get the facts about the possible expansion of an organic dairy in Chase County.

Imperial FFA President Kayla Schilke, left, and parliamentarian Macy Coleman were busy in the ag room at Chase County Schools Monday, making signs and gathering T-shirts for the annual Pink-Out activities this week. Coleman is wearing this year’s Pink-Out shirt, and the quilt Schilke is holding will be raffled as a fund-raiser, too. (Johnson Publications photo)

This Thursday, the Imperial and Perkins County FFA chapters will partner up to raise money toward a cure for cancer.

School Nurse Angie Paisley has flu prevention posters up at Chase County Schools, which third graders Tate Teply and Lily Haldeen are reading on the commons area bulletin board. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Nebraska is one of 21 states in the U. S. ranked at the highest level for the presence of influenza.

Opinion

You can’t have it both ways. Our parents told us that. We learned it from sometimes painful experience. Yet, we often forget and think maybe this time it will be different.

While you were busy complaining about the President and Congress and concerning yourself with election results in Alabama and hurricane cleanup in Puerto Rico, here’s what was happening in your bac

    It’s a wonder that President Donald Trump devotes so much time to discrediting the press, when the press does so much to discredit itself.

Sports

Caine Haarberg went 3-2 on the day in Ogallala. In his second match against Jack Hinrichs of Sidney, Haarberg was in control the entire match, winning a 7-2 decision. (Johnson Publications photo)

    The Chase County wrestlers started the day sluggishly and were never able to get things turned around in Ogallala on Saturday.

Chase County junior Scott Wheeler slides in between a pair of Dundy County Stratton defenders as the Longhorns made a late run against DCS last week. Wheeler finished the game with 11 points and scored 24 to lead the team at Kimball Saturday. (Courtesy photo by Renae Bottom)

    Coming off a two-point loss to Dundy County Stratton (DCS) last Tuesday, the Chase County Longhorns got back in the win column with a 50-34 victory over Kimball Saturday.

Mallie McNair is up and over the hands of Dundy Co. Stratton’s defense last week, as she takes a shot from two-point range. She finished with 20 points. (Photo courtesy of Renae Bottom)

    In their first two games of the 2018 portion of their scheduled, Chase County’s Lady Longhorns took a decisive win from Kimball, but lost to their neighbors from Dundy Co. Stratton.

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