Chase County Sheriff Kevin Mueller, right, and Deputy Mason Holmes investigated an accident Tuesday, June 12, south of Imperial on 331 Avenue one mile north of 730 Road involving a semi and a picku
Manor and Parkview-Heights staff enjoyed each dress-up day last week as the celebrated a belated Nurses Day and CNA Week. Dressing up for Nerd Day last Thursday included, front from left, Heather Adams, Justin Rosado, Eric Haider, back from left, Ramona Brown, Rhonda Larson, Leatha Snyder, Missy Cravey, Nicole Brown, Peggy Goings, Cindy Hudson, Sherri Burke, Sherri Buffington and Tiffany Allen. Not pictured—Idalia Najera. (Courtesy photo)
Nurses Day and CNA Week were observed nationally in May, but due to an annual survey at the time, Imperial Manor and Parkview-Heights staff moved its celebration to last week.
CCCH CEO Steve Lewis talks to town hall attendees about the potential new hospital. (Johnson Publications photo)
Val Williams of Adolfson and Peterson construction, right, and Katherine DiPietro of Davis Partnerships Architects explain deficiencies in the old hospital building at a town hall meeting. (Johnson Publications photo)
When Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) CEO Steve Lewis was in college, he asked his father, also a hospital CEO, how they could save rural hospitals.
From the outside of the brick home of Scott and Linda Payne north of Imperial, it’s hard to tell it suffered extensive damage from fire.
Inside, it’s a different story.
Saturday was the grand opening celebration for the Imperial Skatepark. The ribbon cutting ceremony shows members of Team Hot Wheels, some of the crew from Artisan Skateparks and Charlesa Kline, City Council President, holding the ribbon as Trevin Moreno cuts it in two, officially opening the new skatepark. (Johnson Publications photo)
The long-anticipated opening of the Imperial Skatepark finally materialized last Saturday at its Campbell Park location.