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In his MCC Academic All-Star Team application, recent CCS graduate Caine Haarberg wrote that his most influential teacher in high school was math teacher Kristin Schueler. (Courtesy photo)

Caine Haarberg selected for MCC Academic All-Star team

    A Chase County senior and his “most influential teacher” were honored recently by McCook Community College (MCC) as members of the college’s first ever Academic All-Star Team.

Amber Stumpff, left, gets a big hug following graduation ceremonies Saturday afternoon as CCS graduates line up outside. Giovanna Welsh has a big smile ready. (Johnson Publications photo)

 

Clutching the white chrysanthemum class flower, graduates Noah Griffin, left, and Bryce Zuege await the long line of well-wishers to come. (Johnson Publications photo)

During the musical numbers by the 9th St. Singers, Peyton Fiedler couldn’t hold back the tears, as her sister, Halle, behind, gives her a hug. Fellow graduates Nicole Brown-Cravey, right, and Ryelee Christensen were also among the graduates in the show choir. (Johnson Publications photo)

Chase County graduates told use talents to help fellow man

    Graduates in the Class of 2018 from Chase County Schools will leave their high school with some important advice they can use the rest of their lives.

Fourth graders who traveled to York to attend the state’s Tree City USA awards program presented the city’s 33rd flag to Mayor Dwight Coleman. The youths include, from left, Jackson Cyboron, Anna Aragon and Odessa Zadina. (Johnson Publications photo)

Fourth graders accept city’s 33rd Tree City USA recognition

Monday’s Imperial city council meeting opened with a youthful tone as three fourth graders from Chase County Schools reported on their experiences accepting the city’s Tree City USA award in April.

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