Longtime camp presenter Mark Brogie explains the rules of his session “It’s a Newton.” Brogie has been involved with SCORE since 1989 and originally helped launch the program. (Johnson Publications photo)

IVFD, Imperial EMS and the Chase County Sheriff’s Department officers look over the scene of a motor home accident Tuesday afternoon. Driver Antronette Lynn Janowetch was rescued from the flipped motor home, and transported to Chase County Community Hospital where she was treated and released with no serious injuries. (Johnson Publications photo)

The Talbott Brothers make up an alternative folk/rock band including Imperial natives Nick and Tyler Talbott. Hear Nebraska tries to schedule one band that is native to the town hosting the concert. (Courtesy photo)

Local News

It was a bargain buyer’s paradise Saturday at Imperial’s citywide garage sale.

    While much of the school board had concerns with another building project on top of one just being completed, they will move ahead with construction of a new bus barn.

Longtime camp presenter Mark Brogie explains the rules of his session “It’s a Newton.” Brogie has been involved with SCORE since 1989 and originally helped launch the program. (Johnson Publications photo)

    And just like that, Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences (SCORE) camp has come and gone in a flash!

Opinion

Remember, the only obligation the Legislature has is to pass a balanced budget.

April Fools’ Day has come and gone, but on the first of the month, I kept marveling at how—starting even before he ran, continuing through his campaign and certainly since Inauguration Day—Donald T

One of my top priorities as Governor is to reduce the tax burden on all Nebraskans to grow our state.

Sports

Donald Bristol, pictured at back, helps Kadyn Bahler shoot the arrow with both good form and accuracy. Bristol was also the winner of the Dad’s Day Drawing and received a Mossy Oak knife set. (Courtesy photo)

    Chase County’s National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) chapter, the Western Plains Longbeards, re-scheduled Kids Event was a success.

T-ball provides the avenue to build baseball fundamentals in a new crop of players. Above, Aidan Tomky makes a mighty swing to lift the ball off the tee.

Morgan Peterson will be one of three age 13-14 girls competing this Saturday at Coors Field in the Pitch, Hit and Run team championships. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Morgan Peterson, an eighth grader at Chase County Schools, has qualified for the Colorado Rockies Pitch, Hit and Run team championship at Coors Field in Denver.

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