In the ongoing 100th anniversary celebration at Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial, former church member and school teacher Dr. J.
Campbell Park was the site of a sack lunch Tuesday for 18 residents from Parkview-Heights as they celebrated Assisted Living Week. Pictured with some of the residents were Cindy Hudson, activities aide, far right, and Sherri Burke, assisted living manager, second from right. (Johnson Publications photo)
This week is a busy one for residents of Imperial Parkview-Heights assisted living facility in Imperial.
Four of the five teams in Saturday’s Ike’s-sponsored catfish tournament included, from left, Cody Chrisler and James Mosely, first place; Tim Steinbeck and Brian Smotherman of Wray; Shayna Perry and Houston McConnell, second; and Kurt and Dylon Oberle of Trenton. Not pictured—third place winners Brian and Jared Hattendorf. (Courtesy photo)
Five teams fished for cash prizes over eight hours Saturday in the fall catfish tournament sponsored by the Southwest Nebraska Izaak Walton League.
Seven different parties responded to a request for proposals (RFP) to complete a fiscal feasibility study for a new hospital in Chase County.
Some of Tuesday’s city council meeting was spent reviewing the 2017-18 budget, which will be up for approval at the council’s Sept. 19 meeting.