Saturday’s Pheasants Forever (PF) banquet sponsored by the Southwestern Nebraska chapter is in the books, and reports from organizers indicate it was another successful effort.
For the 38th consecutive year, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) is offering bicyclists the opportunity to take part in a week-long bike ride in celebration of Nebraska’s scenic beauty.
Activity on the last day for incumbents to file has created another race for a Chase County office.
EMTs with Imperial EMS work on a sick baby with symptoms including dehydration, vomiting and diarrhea as a scenario. Pictured from left are Chad Ostmeyer, Marcie Kelley and Courtney Burke. Their training session took place in the ambulance module area. (Johnson Publications photo)
This training session was in the emergency room module area of the SIM-NE mobile simulation lab. Instructor Dee Vogel, back to camera, is going over information with the trainees, from left, Chase County Hospital RNs Shannon Kuhlmann, Director of Nursing Kathy Geier and Ann VanLieu. (Johnson Publications photo)
SIM-NE (Simulation in Motion Nebraska) uses high-tech simulation trucks to provide training opportunities on life-saving procedures for rural emergency medical providers and hospitals.
Outdoor enthusiasts will have the chance to purchase some nice artwork, hunting gear and more at Saturday’s Southwestern Nebraska Pheasant Forever (PF) Banquet in Imperial.