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Desire to serve led new council member to seek appointment

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Dave Fulton said he grew up in a family who served others. That’s what led the Imperial man to apply for the vacant seat on the city council left upon the recent death of J.D. Reeder. Fulton got his wish Monday when the three seated council members vote...

‘Heaven’ No. 2 at box office

‘Heaven’ No. 2 at box office

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican From the first week of receipts, the “Heaven is for Real” movie appears to be on a path like the best-selling book by the same name. According to Box Office Mojo, the movie released April 16 brought in $29.5 million during its opening five-day run wi...

Early mail-in registration closing, voting begins

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Persons wanting to register to mail in their vote in the May 13 primary election must do so by Friday at the Chase County Clerk’s Office in the courthouse. Mail-in voter registrations must also be postmarked by Friday. County Clerk Debbie Clark said peop...

Council, mayor will soon collect salaries

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican After several weeks of discussion and a full three readings of ordinances, Imperial’s council members and mayor will start collecting salaries. After a couple of slight changes along the way, the 3-0 vote on both ordinances Monday set the salaries for th...

Fair’s Christian, rock concert performers locked down

Fair’s Christian, rock concert performers locked down

Groups include Big Daddy Weave, Marshall Tucker Band, Starship By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican This year’s concert lineup for the 2014 Chase County Fair now stands complete with the selection of groups for the Christian concert Wednesday, Aug. 13, and the rock concert Friday, Aug. 1...

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Desire to serve led new council member to seek appointment

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Dave Fulton said he grew up in a family who served others. That’s what led the Imperial man to apply for the vacant seat on the city council left upon the...

‘Heaven’ No. 2 at box office

‘Heaven’ No. 2 at box office

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican From the first week of receipts, the “Heaven is for Real” movie appears to be on a path like the best-selling book by the same name. According to Box Office...

Early mail-in registration closing, voting begins

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Persons wanting to register to mail in their vote in the May 13 primary election must do so by Friday at the Chase County Clerk’s Office in the courthouse....

Council, mayor will soon collect salaries

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican After several weeks of discussion and a full three readings of ordinances, Imperial’s council members and mayor will start collecting salaries. After a couple...

Fair’s Christian, rock concert performers locked down

Groups include Big Daddy Weave, Marshall Tucker Band, Starship By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican This year’s concert lineup for the 2014 Chase County Fair now stands complete with the selection...

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Cast rehearses for ‘Comic Book Artist’

Cast rehearses for ‘Comic Book Artist’

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Rehearsals are turning into fast mode for the Chase County Schools’ production of “Comic Book Artist.” The one-hour comedy is scheduled for April 29 and...

School fine-tunes electric cars

School fine-tunes electric cars

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The public will have a chance to see what some Chase County Schools (CCS) students have been building Saturday when an electric car rally will be held in the...

Artwork receives awards at McCook competition

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The artwork of two Chase County Schools students received honors at McCook Community College’s annual paint-in exhibition competition April 11. Holden Dreiling’s...

CCS senior signs letter of intent with Texas college

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CCS boys champions at Sutherland

CCS boys champions at Sutherland

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Despite a cold and windy day, Chase County’s boys’ track team turned in 10 personal bests and a lot of good performances en route to the team championship...

Longhorn golfers split with McCook in duel

Longhorn golfers split with McCook in duel

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Chase County’s golfers split with McCook in duels played last Thursday, April 17. The Longhorns varsity team took a 369-383 win while the jayvees fell 428-447....

Lady Longhorns dominate at Sutherland meet

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican When a team wins 10 of the 17 events, and scored in all of them, it’s pretty much a given they’ll win the track meet. That’s how the Lady Longhorns took...

Shorthorn girls second, third at Perkins County

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Chase County took second in the seventh grade girls’ division and third in eighth grade at last Thursday’s Perkins County Track Invitational. Several Shorthorn...

Athletes compete at Spring Games

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Several Special Olympic athletes from Imperial competed in the Special Olympics Spring Games in Lincoln the last weekend in March. Eddie Lopez won a gold medal...

Junior high boys win both track divisions at Perkins County meet

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Griffin concludes year as FBLA state officer

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The first week of April, Imperial resident Calen Griffin stepped down from his position as vice president of the Nebraska Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)....

Former State FFA President plans for more

Former State FFA President plans for more

Spencer Hartman does chapter proud as he travels Nebraska By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican After Spencer Hartman gave his retiring address as state president of the Nebraska FFA earlier this...

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