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The Cleaver family recently donated this antique pump organ to the Chase County Museum. The organ has been a family legacy passed down through three generations. Pictured, from left, are Historical Society members Charley Colton, Becky Carman and Jeannine Cox. (Johnson Publications photo)

Family donates antique pump organ to museum

    The story of this family antique pump organ began in 1930 when it was purchased for $8 for the cost of hauling it off.

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Deputy Sgt. Justin Mueller and members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department investigate at the scene of a one-vehicle accident east of Imperial mid-morning Monday after the driver, Shelly Yoder of Wauneta, was taken to the hospital. (Johnson Publications photo)

Pickup totaled in Monday accident east of Imperial

    Seat belts were crucial in limiting injuries from a one-vehicle accident east of Imperial that totaled a half-ton pickup.

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Rhonda Smith’s photo of Arlington Cemetery earned the Best of Show award in this year’s Chase County Fair Photo Contest. All entries will be on display next week during the fair. (Courtesy photo)

Photo at Arlington Cemetery judged Best of Show in county fair’s contest

    A photo capturing the stillness of Arlington Cemetery was the judges’ choice for Best of Show in the 2018 Chase County Fair Open Photo Contest.



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