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The “Missing Man Table” during the POW/MIA Remembrance Ceremony. (Johnson Publications photo)

Eric Gonzalez, retired U.S. Marine, raises a toast to fallen and missing comrades-in-arms. (Johnson Publications photo)

National POW/MIA Recognition Day honored with remembrance ceremony

 Last Friday, National POW/MIA Recognition Day commemorated approximately 83,000 American service personnel still unaccounted for in foreign countries or out to sea, according to the Defense Depart

Pastor Robby Clay of the Imperial Bible Church is already receiving canned food for the Hurricane Harvey food drive. Area residents can drop off food at his church, as well as two other Imperial locations at the Imperial Berean Church and Harchelroad Motors. (Johnson Publications photo)

Helping Houston—from southwest Nebraska to Texas

As Houston continues to grapple with Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath, local communities are coming together to help with relief efforts.

Michelle Pursley, left, and Tami Bartels are registered nurses and certified chemotherapy/bio-therapy nurses. They are seen here standing beside the new Biological Safety Cabinet inside the hospital’s new chemotherapy services area. (Johnson Publications photo)

New regulations bring upgrades to hospital’s chemotherapy services

    Chase County Hospital has been providing quality chemotherapy services to patients for at least 20 years.

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