The Chase County FCCLA and FFA chapters had five students recognized at the 20th Annual Commissioner’s Recognition for Student Excellence in Career Education at the State Capitol in Lincoln Monday.
Eight-year-old Bergan Lefdal, a second grader at Chase County Schools, can already report she’s a published author.
City Council President Charlesa Kline, left, presents the city’s check that paid for half of a new AED that will be installed at the pool/track complex. School Nurse Angie Paisley and Supt. Joey Lefdal were on hand for the presentation. Chase County Schools paid the other half of costs for the AED and storage cabinet. (Johnson Publications photo)
With all of the people who use the pool and track/football complex, School Nurse Angie Paisley was concerned about potential health issues that could occur there.
McCook Community College students (from left) Caleb Suda, Denae Simpson and Charlie Ann Carter, the latter from Imperial, lead a discussion with students at McCook High School that has led to a student-generated civic-action project. The three MCC students are the first of a newly formed Nelson Fellows program. Courtesy photo)
Three McCook Community College students are attending classes on full scholarships this fall as part of the newly formed Nelson Fellows program, initiated by McCook native Benjamin Nelson, form
Chase County’s 9th St. Singers participated in the 35th annual Old West ChoirFest in Scottsbluff Saturday, one of 21 groups on the schedule for the day.