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Eleven-year-old Wyatt Krausnick gets in some one-on-one time with his chicken before he competes in Monday’s 4-H poultry show. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Horse show Supt. Gene Heathers helps keep track of the trophy order as 4-H youths wait for their awards after the show Sunday. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Fair hitting crescendo with packed days ahead

    Activity continues to mount as the Chase County Fair moves into its final four days.

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Imperial’s Casey Francis with Cowboy Caterers of Max looks for the perfect steak for Aaron Greene of Imperial as Mike Francis looks on. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Comedian Tim Cavanaugh interacts with audience members, from left, Kelly Hammerlun and Gale Johnson of Imperial and Brad Houlden of Cambridge as he kept the crowd in stitches during his set.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Roundup Supper kicks off fair week

The annual Fair Roundup Supper to recognize fair sponsors Friday night kicked off this year’s fair with activities and events that will run through Sunday.

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Tom Shield’s photo “Master Fisherman” was the hospital’s overall grand champion in this year’s “Images of Nebraska” photo contest. (Courtesy photo)

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Jan Schultz entered the first place winner in the hospital’s photo contest for professionals. (Courtesy photo)

Kearney man wins hospital’s 10th annual photo contest

    The 10th annual “Images of Nebraska” photo contest sponsored by the Chase County Hospital Foundation was considered a successful event according to Steve Lewis, director of the Foundation.


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