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  • Bean harvest finally underway

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican With the tardiness of this year’s wheat harvest, edible bean producers can’t be totally shocked that this year’s bean harvest is several weeks behind schedule. On Tuesday, Trinidad Benham received its fi...
  • NeSA test scores out

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Nebraska State Accountability (NeSA) test scores for spring 2014 were released by the Nebraska Department of Education last week. Statewide, nearly three out of every four public school students met state standards...
  • McCook native new family consumer science teacher

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Chelsie Clapp is excited about her first teaching job as Family Consumer Science teacher at Chase County Schools (CCS). She notes that she has “big shoes to fill,” following longtime teacher Cathy Hanna, who ...
  • Burpo recounts trip to Middle East

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze With a three-day cease fire happening from the time his plane landed to when it took off again, Rev. Todd Burpo of Imperial is now even more sure that God still loves Israel. Burpo was part of a 51-person delegation spo...
  • Color Me Courageous registrations continue; sign up by Sept. 6 for t-shirt

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Organizers from the Nebraska Kids TRUTH Campaign are encouraging runners and walkers to get their entries in for the upcoming Imperial Color Me Courageous run. The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 27, in Campbell Park...
  • New Extension Educator has roots in Serbia

    By Tim Linscott The Grant Tribune Sentinel Strahinja Stepanovic is the new area University of Nebraska Extension Educator. A native of Serbia, Stepanovic will be working in Chase, Perkins and Dundy Counties in adult education. An agronomist, Stepanovic...
  • Cinema scene

    “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (PG-13)—From their home in the storm sewers of Manhattan, four Ninjitsu-trained turtles, Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello and their sensei, Master Splinter, battle evil. The movie stars Megan Fox, Will Arn...
  • Grant readies for car auction that could draw thousands

    By Tim Linscott The Grant Tribune Sentinel After much planning and preparing, the Bullock auto auction in Grant arrives this Saturday. Two hundred collector cars, parts and other pieces of heritage are expected to be auctioned at Saturday’s sale, just...
  • Theatre volunteer turnout encouraging; don’t stop now

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor It’s certainly been encouraging to see the flock of volunteers offering to work a night or two at the Imperial Theatre. As many of you know, the theatre board was facing some decisions this summer, as...
  • Longhorns allow just one touchdown

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican This year’s Chase County Longhorn football team gave up just one touchdown in their season opener here Friday, en route to a 40-7 win over the Minden Whippets. Head Coach Dan Lenners felt good about the win a...
  • Volleyball season opens Thursday; team returns to 5-1 offense

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican When the Lady Longhorn volleyball team takes to the court tonight (Thursday) for its varsity opener, fans will see a return to the 5-1 offense. Last year, Chase County used a combination of two setters, but will ...
  • Young team still looking for first softball win

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican After five games into the season, the Lady Longhorn softball team is still looking for its first win. That may come this week when they played at Holyoke, Colo., Tuesday and then host Southern Valley today (Thurs...
  • Cross country teams ready to open season

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Carl Zuege’s cross country teams number 18 strong this season with 10 on the boys’ team and eight on the girls’ team. They will get to see how they measure up this Friday when they travel to Cambridge fo...
  • 55-year class gathers again

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  • Students rally for fall season

    Rain outside didn’t dampen student spirit as they moved indoors for Friday’s fall sports season pep rally and BBQ. ...
  • CCS enrollment climbs above 600 student mark

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican For the first time since the 2003-04 school year, K-12 enrollment at Chase County Schools has gone above the 600 student mark. Based on last Friday’s enrollment, the third day of school showed 613 students enroll...
  • FVC returns $1 million in cash patronage refunds to members

    Members already received their checks in May this year By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Patrons of Frenchman Valley Coop received $1 million in cash patronage dividends for the fiscal year that ended Jan. 31, 2014. General Manager Doug Ohlson ...
  • School district valuation jumps a whopping 43%

    Big increase could mean as much as 10-cent levy drop By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It should be no surprise the way Chase County land prices have been rising, but school board members were given the official word earlier this month. The CCS di...
  • Wilsons’ tenure at Imperial Auction Market longest in its history

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Growing up, Lloyd Wilson always dreamed about owning his own sale barn. At the age of 14, he began working at the sale barn in his hometown of Colby, Kan. By the time he was in college, he was working four sa...
  • New school year, new teachers

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