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As the Lady Longhorns open Chase County’s season this week, the seniors who’ll lead the roster of 21 girls are, from left, Mallie McNair, Hannah Meeske, Ashley Bubak and Sophie Spady. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Matt Vlasin works to keep snow off of the roof of the greenhouse at Holiday Farms on Highway 61. (Johnson Publications photo)

Local News

    The Nebraska Attorney General’s Office will be prosecuting the three individuals arrested after the November disappearance and death of Annika Swanson, 22, of Imperial.

    If the murder charges filed against two people last week in Chase County seem unusual, they are.

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The city has a new, 1,000-bulb Christmas tree of lights that will be turned on Thursday night. van Hansen adjusts the string of bulbs. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Time is short to get entries in for the various events and contests today (Thursday) for the Imperial Chamber of Commerce Christmas Fest 2019.

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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Longhorn basketball seniors include from left Kobe Clevenger, Taylor Jablonski, Bennett Bauerle, Dylan Dreiling and Logan Jussel. (Johnson Publications photo)

The 2019-20 Longhorn basketball team will have its first contests this week.
“I’m excited,” Head Coach Chris Bartels said.

    Numbers are down from last year, but that hasn’t lessened the work the Longhorn wrestlers are putting in this season.

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As the Lady Longhorns open Chase County’s season this week, the seniors who’ll lead the roster of 21 girls are, from left, Mallie McNair, Hannah Meeske, Ashley Bubak and Sophie Spady. (Johnson Publications photo)

    Chase County’s new girls’ basketball coach expects his team to be very competitive, playing an up-tempo offense and using a full court press in every game

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