Saturday proved to be the best day weather-wise during Memorial Day weekend, and that brought out runners, walkers and “tadpole” youth racers for the sixth annual Joggin’ for Frogmen in Imperial.
On the heels of a $20.5 million hospital bond vote defeat, Chase County Community Hospital board members, administration and a commissioner held a postmortem on the election.
Those involved in the Chase County Veterans Memorial groundbreaking ceremony May 15 on the courthouse grounds included, from left, Kasey McArthur, Michal Swanson, David Oxford Sr., Eric Gonzales, Pastor David Kahle, Bud Statz, Lorena McArthur and Bob Thomas. Gold painted shovels were used for the turning of ground on a northeast section of the lawn. (Johnson Publications photo)
It couldn’t have been more timely.
At a meeting May 14, Chase County Commissioners approved a contract for jail services to be presented to Imperial’s city council.
The Memorial Day service at Mount Hope Cemetery will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. beginning with the presentation of the colors by members of the Andrew Kinder VFW Post #4688.