Chase County Assessor Dotty Bartels presented a protest by the City of Imperial to the Board of Equalization (BOE), made up of Chase County Commissioners Dave Hogsett, Chuck Vette and Don Weiss
An open house will be held at Rainbow Promise Preschool on Monday, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Youths earning grand and reserve rosettes in the 4-H Public Speaking, PSA and Music competitions in Chase County were, front from left, Alex Nelson, Odessa Zadina, middle from left, Max Bernard, Carter Kuenning, Anna Aragon, Jayme Gittlein, back from left, Morayah Cupp, JD Tuller, Ashley Grassia and Madelynn Hanes. (Courtesy photo)
Twenty-four 4-H members, presenting 37 entries, received awards at the Chase County Public Speaking and Music Contest April 8, at the Zion Lutheran Church.
Two of the offices will start moving next week to the new county building on East 5th Street.
The photo shows attendees at the 50th anniversary celebration of Imperial Manor as the noon meal was served. (Johnson Publications photo)
Elna Johnson of Imperial, left, visits with Margaret Elley of Lincoln at the 50th celebration. Elley was a nurse aide on staff at Imperial Manor 50 years ago when it first opened. Johnson’s husband, Loral, was an original board member for the nursing home when it opened and served on the board until his death in 2002. (Johnson Publications photo)
Last Friday, more than 100 people attended the 50th anniversary of Imperial Manor to commemorate its inception.