Chase County Sheriff Kevin Mueller told Commissioners Dave Hogsett, Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr. during the Feb.
Riding on the city’s float in August’s Chase County Fair Parade will be just one of the honors Hayley Vitosh and Jill Moline receive this year.
Fifteen-year-old Shakota Colton is dealing with just bumps and bruises this week, as she recovers from a one-vehicle accident Friday, west of Imperial.
With the production date about two weeks away, tickets are selling fast for the library’s murder mystery, “The Icicle Twist.”
Firefighters who were among the top 10 responders in 2017 included, from left, Doug Mitchell, Brad Wheeler, Nick Schultz, Wade Courter, Skip Kelley and Kelsey Weiss. Not pictured—Todd Courter, Rick Elliott, Brad Dillan and Eric Lakey. (Johnson Publications photo)
Earning some of the department’s top annual awards were, from left, Doug Mitchell, Aaron Greene, Daryl Sharp, all who received the Francis Nichols Attendance Award, and Wade Courter, who earned the IVFD’s top award—Bob Allen Memorial Fireman of the Year. Greene also received the Nichols Memorial Training Award. Not pictured—Rick Elliott, Officer of the Year. (Johnson Publications photo)
In between a challenging dodgeball tournament earlier that day and fire calls this week, members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) took time to recognize their own Saturday night