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Ashley Bubak, left, and Austin Bernhardt break social distancing protocol and leave hand-in-hand.

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CCS graduate Sergio Alarcon, right, poses for photos with family after graduation Saturday.

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CCS Graduate and Imperial Community Foundation Fund (ICFF) Intern Hannah Meeske receives her personalized mailbox from ICFF chairman Tyler Pribbeno. Pribbeno assured the students the community welcomes them to consider making Imperial home whether they choose to stay now or to return after spreading their wings.

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Kurt Bernhardt, right, gets his temperature checked prior to the ceremony.

CCS graduates 46 at belated ceremony

Chase County Schools’ 2020 seniors returned to the building for some closure Saturday as they walked the stage and received their diplomas.

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Salutatorian Brooklyn Christensen delivered her speech to the crowd at CCS’s graduation Saturday.

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Valedictorian Trevor Peterson delivered her speech to the crowd at CCS’s graduation Saturday.

College, local organizations help class of 2020 for future studies

    The Class of 2020 at Chase County Schools finally had some closure after an abrupt end to their senior year at the commencement ceremony Saturday.

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