With more than 2,000 candy and quarter-filled eggs, no one had trouble going home empty-handed from Saturday’s Lions Club-sponsored Easter Egg Hunt in Imperial.
Schroeder Park was a busy place Saturday as the season’s first soccer games were played for pre-K to sixth grade teams.
The highway was shut down and traffic had to be rerouted for about an hour last Thursday when a Kansas pickup pulling farm equipment damaged fencing on the bridge over Enders Dam.
Council members in Imperial may have before them at a meeting Monday night another proposal on property in Cornerstone owned by Scott and Stephanie Moser.
Recognized for years of service were, from left, Bill Whitlow, Stewart Weiss, Brad Wheeler, Rick Elliott, Daryl Sharp and Doug Mitchell. (Johnson Publications photo)
Among the department’s top 10 responders were, front from left, Dan Robinson, Skip Kelley, Josh Moreno, Corkey Waide, back from left, Duane Todd, Aaron Greene, Brad Wheeler, Doug Mitchell and Nick Schultz. Not pictured—Wade Courter. (Johnson Publications photo)
Firefighters from Imperial were recognized for their time and commitment on the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) at the organization’s annual awards banquet Saturday.