Gabriela Murillo was proud to announce the birth of her daughter, Mila Rose Murillo. She is the first baby born at Chase County Hospital this year. The family received many gifts from local businesses in celebration of Mila’s birth.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Chase County Hospital welcomes New Year’s baby

    Gabriela Murillo of Imperial checked into Chase County Hospital at 3:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 20. Mila Rose Murillo made her appearance at 6:09 p.m.

Jerry Pajerski said he measured about 19 inches of drifted snow in front of several main street business that he was busy attacking Monday morning. (Johnson Publications photo)

Fifth grader Kole Clevenger was out with his neighbor’s dog, Drake, Monday morning enjoying the fresh  snow and  a day off from school. (Johnson Publications photo)

Snowstorm packs wallop in Imperial, much of state

    Imperial and much of the state were still digging out Tuesday from the first snowstorm of 2018.

Aurora Dairy President Scott McGinty, left, and Dr. Juan Velez, Aurora Dairy’s director of ag operations, responded to questions submitted from the crowd. Last week’s meeting drew more than 120 people. (Johnson Publications photo)

Panelist Bart Stromberger, standing, explained the dairy heifer development program being undertaken by his family operation. He was joined by, from left, son Ryan, dairy herd supervisor Dave Nance and consultant  Dean Settje. (Johnson Publications photo)

Livestock expansion meeting draws big crowd to Imperial

    More than 120 attended an information meeting on livestock expansion in Chase County Friday, Jan. 12. Sen. Dan Hughes of Venango organized the meeting held at the fairgrounds.


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