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Several members from Chase County who are part of the 2019 Cattlemen’s Ball Committee toured the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center in Omaha recently to see firsthand what their fundraising efforts will continue to do. The “Ball,” in its 22nd annual year, will be held June 7-8 near Enders Reservoir. The group on the tour included, from left, Rusty and Dixi Wellman; Mick and Marlene Cox; Char Wallin; Sharon and Dr. Bob Rhoades;  Kati Ladenburger; Julie and Shawn Jones; Wayne and Chris Krausnick, Ball co-hosts; Allison and Derek Sandman, Ball co-hosts; and Dr. Kenneth Cowan, director of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center. (Courtesy photo)

Committee tours Buffett Cancer Center

    The daunting yet rewarding task to “Round Up a Cure” for cancer research became very real recently for members of the 2019 Cattlemen’s Ball Committee from Chase County.  

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Dillon and Ashley Harchelroad organize donations in the trailer outside Super Foods. The Harchelroad’s trailer will be in the Super Foods parking lot until 7 p.m. Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Part of the Hwy, 92 road is washed out in western Douglas County Sunday, March 17. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Bundy/Omaha World Herald)

Community strives to help Nebraska flood victims

Matt Moser of Imperial didn’t like the photos he saw on Facebook that pictured the flooding in eastern Nebraska.
“So I said I was going to do something,” Moser said.

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