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Dianne Radcliffe, 6th grade science fair judge, discusses one of the display boards called “Slime Test” with other 6th grade students. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Eighth graders, Matalie Wallin, left, and Trynity Briggs, discuss Wallin’s science board display, “Hair is for Horses.” (Johnson Publications photo)

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Juniors Hanna Dubas, left, and Brooke Schilke, discuss their science board project with Judge Tom Gaschler. Their display was called “Bacteria in a Dog’s Mouth vs. Bacteria in a Human’s Mouth.” Both students declared that a dog’s mouth is “much dirtier.” (Johnson Publications photo)

CCS science fair welcomes lower grades this year

    According to Kim Wilson, high school chemistry and physical science teacher, Chase County Schools has been putting on the science fair for about 10 years.

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Prior to the start of the varsity girls’ basketball game Friday, Mark Bottom, at right, thanked the crowd for its support of his ride in the Pedal for Pat. With the help of senior player Whitney Hopp, at left, a plaque was presented to the school and Supt. Joey Lefdal. (Johnson Publications photo)

School recognized for Pedal for Pat support

    Chase County Schools was recognized with a plaque for its strong support of one of its teachers, Mark Bottom, and his participation in Pedal for Pat this fall.



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