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Just after releasing purple and orange balloons, the motorcycles and vehicles took off for a day of riding, but more importantly, to raise funds for Harley Markee’s medical expenses. Leading the departing group was organizer Brad Dinnel and passenger Deb Blecha.

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Harley Markee was on site Saturday morning for the poker run send-off that raised funds for her medical expenses. She is pictured with organizer Brad Dinnel.

Poker Run for Harley draws more than 20 bikes, vehicles

    On a hot, 100-degree Saturday over Labor Day weekend, people showed up to help out a seventh grader battling cancer.

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Imperial Manor residents enjoyed some much needed time outside in the fresh air last Thursday. There was a fish tank stocked with bluegill for fishing and a BBQ with all the fixin’s.

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Resident Lester Harmon no doubt will be telling a good fish story about the one he caught. 

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Jan Huser was just one of several residents who had fun fishing for bluegill.

Manor residents take in BBQ, fresh air, fishing

Imperial Manor residents have had a long haul being cooped up inside due to safety mandates during the pandemic.

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Deputies Rob Browning, far left, and Duncan Einspahr get information and review damage to the Yukon  that was hit on its rear passenger side in Friday afternoon’s accident.

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At Emergency personnel removed one of the occupants from the Ford Focus, which ended up in a field south of Highway 6/61 after clipping the rear end of a stopped vehicle making a left-hand turn.

Accident sends two to hospital as precaution

    A former Arizona resident was able to keep her Ford Focus from rolling after clipping the rear end of a vehicle stopped to make a left-hand turn at 4:25 p.m. last Friday.

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Completion of the Chase County Veterans Memorial is expected this year. It was partially funded with $100,000 in community development sales tax dollars.

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Imperial’s skatepark received $100,000 from the city sales tax community development fund, as well as numerous other donations from the community shown at the south edge of the structure.

Recent sales tax income a plus for future projects

    Near records have been set from the latest two months of city sales tax income.

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