Three defenders were unable to stop Mallie McNair who cashes in on two of her 21 points against Cozad last Thursday in Chase County’s season opener. Her 22 points also led the team against Wauneta-Palisade on Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

    In August, Chase County Attorney Arlan Wine received a letter from Wheeler County Attorney James McNally.

    The Imperial City Council covered a number of agenda items on Monday.
    One item was the approval of mayor-appointed officials, depositories, boards, commissions and committees.

Nate and Cynthia Holman are standing in front of Shalom Baptist Church located north of Kisumu, Kenya. The church was built by Church Missions Network (CMN) four years ago. It is now one of the largest churches. (Courtesy photo)

    Nate and Cynthia Holman, formerly of Imperial, left for Africa in September to follow a calling to become full-time missionaries.

Opinion

The nation’s only one house Legislature is looking at changing its committee structure to streamline the process and equalize the work load of bills that are considered to become law.

A majority of those who ran for or got elected to the Nebraska Legislature earlier this month gave lip service to the property tax problem that must be discussed during the coming session.

Let’s set the record straight on Thanksgiving.

Sports

Three defenders were unable to stop Mallie McNair who cashes in on two of her 21 points against Cozad last Thursday in Chase County’s season opener. Her 22 points also led the team against Wauneta-Palisade on Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Scoring at or above the 60-point mark in the first games of the season will make any coach smile.

One of the team’s seniors, Evan Fisher recorded two wins on two quick pins at last Thursday’s double dual in Oshkosh. (Photo courtesy of Bridgeport News-Blade)

    Chase County wrestlers were on the mat for the first time this season last Thursday, competing in a double dual in Oshkosh.

Senior Scott Wheeler gets under the basket for a two-pointer against Cozad in the season opener last week in Imperial. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Longhorn Head Coach Chris Bartels feels the Longhorns have created their identity after the first couple of games.

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