Last Thursday’s Red Cross blood drive at the city gym had two parents and their daughters give blood as a team. Pictured in front, from left, is Dan Leibhart and daughter, Katelyn, and in back, from left, is Hanna Dubas and her mother, Harmaleigh. (Courtesy photo)

Members of the Imperial Country Club team that retained possession of the Chase County Cup included, front from left, Captain Bob Thomas, Russ Pankonin, Aaron Cyboron, Jim Pirog, Dan Russell, Eric Exum, back, Kirk Wilson, Tom Luhrs, Eric McDaniel, Dirk Haarberg, Jason Burke, Derek Russell and John Paisley. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

Robbie Browning has resumed his law enforcement career, joining the Chase County Sheriff’s office as a deputy. (Johnson Publications photo)

    It’s like being back in the saddle again. That’s how Robbie Browning described his return to law enforcement.

    The first laboratory confirmed case of influenza A has made its way into southwest Nebraska.

Last Thursday’s Red Cross blood drive at the city gym had two parents and their daughters give blood as a team. Pictured in front, from left, is Dan Leibhart and daughter, Katelyn, and in back, from left, is Hanna Dubas and her mother, Harmaleigh. (Courtesy photo)

    The Red Cross Bloodmobile held a blood drive at the city gym in Imperial last Thursday.

Opinion

The power of incumbency is strong, especially in Nebraska where the incumbents are usually Republicans.

“Massive depression sweeps across the state as we now have to wait another week to watch the Huskers.”

The state has audited the Treasurer and discovered an “off the books” account of more than $2.6 million gathered from fees paid by people who have established college savings accounts for loved one

Sports

Members of the Imperial Country Club team that retained possession of the Chase County Cup included, front from left, Captain Bob Thomas, Russ Pankonin, Aaron Cyboron, Jim Pirog, Dan Russell, Eric Exum, back, Kirk Wilson, Tom Luhrs, Eric McDaniel, Dirk Haarberg, Jason Burke, Derek Russell and John Paisley. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Team members from the Imperial Country Club claimed their third consecutive win in the 17th playing of the Chase County Cup in Imperial Saturday.

Adelaide Maxwell and Mallie McNair (3) are up for the double block against Sedgwick County in the Lady Longhorns’ home opener last week. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Coach Jodie Schuller said she is not disappointed with a runner-up finish in Saturday’s McCook Tournament.
    It’s quite the opposite.

A trio of Longhorns including, from left, Caelyn Long, Riley Owens and Brooklyn Christensen run together during last week’s meet at McCook. Kambree Meeske is not far behind. (Photo by Jonathan Beverly)

    Preparing for last week’s cross country meet at the hilly Heritage Hills course at McCook, Coach Carl Zuege took his kids out in the country Monday to get some conditioning in on the hills east

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