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A trio of Nebraska Supreme Court justices made a stop at the Chase County courthouse Wednesday, Aug. 2 as part of a tour through southwest Nebraska. The three justices included the Hon. William Cassel, center left, the Hon. Chief Justice Michael Heavican, seated, and the Hon. Stephanie Stacy, center right. Other county and court officials pictured with the justices include, from left, Commissioner Chuck Vette, State Court Administrator Corey Steel, County Magistrate Karen Mueller, the Hon. District Court Judge David Urbom, and County Clerk Debbie Clark, who also serves as Clerk of the Court. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Chase County Commissioner Chuck Vette, center, and Nebraska Chief Justice Michael Heavican, left, visit with District Judge David Urbom during a visit of Supreme Court justices to Imperial Wednesday, Aug. 2. (Johnson Publications photo)

Supreme Court justices visit Chase County

 Chase County got a rare visit last week from a trio of Nebraska Supreme Court justices, including Chief Justice Mike Heavican.

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Three of the Weir children, from left, Tad Weir, Julie Gockley and Cathy Renk, pooled their resources to provide a memorial to their parents, which they hope will fly forever over the city they loved. (Johnson Publications photo)

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The base built below the of the flag pole has the same brick as the nearby city office buildings. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Sitting atop a 50-foot pole, the U.S. flag was flying briskly Saturday afternoon. (Johnson Publications photo)

Parents’ memory lives on with gift of U.S. flag

 Bill and Nancy Weir loved Imperial, the community in which they lived for more than 50 years.


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