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The Dillan family has sold their family-owned business, Lamar Fertilizer, to Crop Production Services as of Nov. 9. Family owners included, from left, Brad, Paulette and Pete Dillan. (Johnson Publications photo)

Family ownership of Lamar Fertilizer ends

    For nearly 45 years, the family-owned business of Lamar Fertilizer served the needs of farmers in Chase, Perkins and Dundy Counties in Nebraska and Phillips and Sedgwick Counties in Colorado.

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Dee Richey, left, continues to fulfill kitchen duties at the Imperial Community Center thanks to a new dishwasher. Elna Johnson, right, represents the Imperial Community Foundation Fund advisory committee which granted funds for the much-needed equipment. (Johnson Publications photo)

Community center dishwasher funded by community foundation

    Imperial Community Center’s board of directors was especially pleased to receive a $4,000 grant from the Imperial Community Foundation Fund (ICFF) which made a new dishwasher possible.

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Workers with C & S Construction were completing the steel sidewalls at the Chase County Schools’ new bus barn in near perfect weather conditions Monday morning. The new building is being constructed northwest of the school. (Johnson Publications photo)

School’s new bus barn taking shape

    Changes in the landscape on the northwest corner of the school property became visible last week as the new bus barn began to go up.
    Crew members with C & S

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