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June 24 was the first church service inside Imperial Manor and Parkview-Heights using the new protection barrier. Pastor David Kahle leads a church service from behind the single-access barrier for residents.

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Resident Donnabeth Ferrel celebrated her 96th birthday with family on Friday utilizing the new barrier-safe space. Activities Director/CNA Billie Baros, stands behind her. In back, behind the barrier are, from left, Ferrel’s daughter Vicky Brown, grandson Troy Brown, son-in-law Jim Brown and Administrator Eric Haider.

With some ingenuity, church services resume at Manor, Parkview-Heights

The Imperial Manor and Parkview-Heights residents have been enduring a church-service drought since COVID-19 warranted a shutdown of gatherings.

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Ashley and Rogan Einspahr have owned Wauneta Roller Mills since 2012 when they purchased it from the Maxfield family.

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Carissa Hill, left, and Abigail Almanza of Hill’s Family Foods hold cloth flour bags from Wauneta Roller Mills. Hill’s is one of three locations in Chase County that carry Wauneta’s Best Flour.

Wauneta Roller Mills, last of its kind in Nebraska

Ashley and Rogan Einspahr are the current owners and operators of Wauneta Roller Mills.
The Einspahrs purchased the mill Jan. 1, 2012 from the children of the original owner.



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Imperial, NE 69033