Longtime camp presenter Mark Brogie explains the rules of his session “It’s a Newton.” Brogie has been involved with SCORE since 1989 and originally helped launch the program. (Johnson Publications photo)

Kim Spady, one of the SCORE coordinators, teaches the third and fourth graders “Super Hero Surprise,” a game that was played during lunch break on Friday, the final day of camp. (Johnson Publications photo)

SCORE camp has come, gone in a flash

    And just like that, Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences (SCORE) camp has come and gone in a flash!

IVFD, Imperial EMS and the Chase County Sheriff’s Department officers look over the scene of a motor home accident Tuesday afternoon. Driver Antronette Lynn Janowetch was rescued from the flipped motor home, and transported to Chase County Community Hospital where she was treated and released with no serious injuries. (Johnson Publications photo)

Motor home drives off cliff, driver okay

    Afternoon lake activities were interrupted Tuesday when a motor home drove off the end of a trail road on the southwest end of Enders Reservoir.

The Talbott Brothers make up an alternative folk/rock band including Imperial natives Nick and Tyler Talbott. Hear Nebraska tries to schedule one band that is native to the town hosting the concert. (Courtesy photo)

Universe Contest is an Indie-Rock band based out of Lincoln.  (Courtesy photo)

Rothsteen is an R&B/Soul singer based out of Omaha. (Courtesy photo)

Good Living Tour headed to Imperial

    For the second year in a row, Imperial is one of the venues for the Good Living Tour produced by Hear Nebraska presented by Nebraska Department of Economic Development.


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