Three hundred hot dogs were served last Thursday at the Imperial Chamber of Commerce Hot Dog Days, an event the Chambers hosts each summer to thank residents for their patronage.
Some new faces at Zion Lutheran Church are Vicar James Peterson, his wife Michela and 13 month old daughter, Charissa. They are expecting a second child in December.
Like many Champion residents over the weekend, County Commissioner Don Weiss Jr., was puzzled about the missing historical sign at the southeast edge of Champion Lake, which some believed may have been stolen. (Johnson Publications photo)
There were some worried county and historical society officials Sunday, but it was all for naught as the information sign at the southeast edge of Champion Lake wasn’t stolen after all.
Humanities Nebraska speaker Cherrie Beam-Callaway will be presenting a program called “Promise in a New Land” on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Chase County Museum in Champion.
When Chase 3000 announced last September they would be ceasing operations on July 31, 2017, rural customers in some areas didn’t know what their options for internet access were going to be.