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Chase County Schools announced the candidates for homecoming early this week. Members of the court include from left, Austin Bernhardt, Sophie Spady, Mallie McNair, Trevor Peterson, Kobe Clevenger and Mikael Kuhlmann. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Allo announced their partnership with Gigabit to bring fiber internet to Imperial. Members of Gigabit include from left, John Paisley, Ben Brophy, Russ Pankonin and Bill Brophy. Also pictured is Allo Vice President of Operations Allison O’Neil. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Gathering for a celebration after scoring a point against Perkins County last week were Chase County players, from left, Sophie Spady, Ashley Bubak, Bryn McNair and Alexis Richmond. (Johnson Publications photo)

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A group of high school students bundled up at the football game against Mitchell last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

    While a lot of questions couldn’t be answered because they deal with personnel, CCS Board President Jeff Olsen said Tuesday Randy Klooz is still the school superintendent at Chase County School

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Another design is Mary Poppins can be found at 10th Street. She lost her umbrella during some heavy winds last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

    The city-sponsored light pole decorating contest has been well-received by the community, said Jason Tuller, Community Development Director.

    Meeting as the Board of Equalization, the Chase County commissioners Oct. 8 approved the Tax Equalization and Review Commission corrections.

Opinion

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Tax reform in Nebraska. Has the improbable become impossible?

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Blizzards on one end of the state, floods on the other. Nebraska, now more than ever, it’s not for everyone!

As the world struggles to sort out fake news and understand the not-so-civil discourse, I turn to the Nebraska Legislature.

Sports

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Gathering for a celebration after scoring a point against Perkins County last week were Chase County players, from left, Sophie Spady, Ashley Bubak, Bryn McNair and Alexis Richmond. (Johnson Publications photo)

    One of the goals set at Chase County’s first volleyball practice in August was to win the SPVA Conference Tournament.

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Ryan Bernhardt intercepted a pass on the Chadron Cardinals’ opening drive. (Photo courtesy of Kent Bush, Rapid City Journal)

    The Chadron Cardinal defense could do little to keep the Chase County Longhorns out of the end zone Friday night.

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Ashlie Benge makes contact against Ord in their opening game at the District C-6 tournament last week. (Courtesy photo)

The Lady Longhorn softball team wrapped up its season at the C-6 District Tournament last week.
Kearney Catholic hosted this year’s double-elimination tournament Oct. 9-10.

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