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Top responders in 2018 were, front from left, Wade Courter, Skip Kelley, Duane Todd, back from left, Brad Wheeler, Doug Mitchell, Douglas Wright, Rick Elliott and Aaron Greene. Not pictured—Eric Lakey, Mike Rowley and Kelsey Weiss. (Johnson Publications photo)

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IVFD members receiving some of the top awards were, from left, Aaron Greene, Francis Nichols Memorial Attendance Award; Wade Courter, Firefighter of the Year; and Brad Dillan, Driver of the Year. Not pictured—Kelsey Weiss. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Recognized for longevity of service were, from left, Sergio Almanza, Brad Dillan and Rob Browning. (Johnson Publications photo)

IVFD gathers for annual awards night

    Members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD), retired firefighters and guests gathered Saturday night for the annual IVFD awards night.

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This is an architect’s rendition of how the entry to the new hospital, which will face south, would look. The inset shows the location of dining area, clinic check-in and lobby area.

Chance to hear about plans, ask questions at hospital town halls

    A pair of town hall meetings next week will give patrons and taxpayers a chance to hear the plans, learn what the bond will cost and ask questions about the hospital upgrade plans.



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