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  • Varsity girls face full week in last games of regular season

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Playing three games over five days made it a full final week of the regular season for the Lady Longhorn basketball team. While it was a busy week, Chase County collected its fifth win of the season Friday when the...
  • Cozad ends Lady Longhorns’ post-season

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican On Monday, Chase County was hoping to avenge an earlier one-point loss to Cozad, but it wasn’t to be. Instead, Cozad ended the Lady Longhorns’ hopes of advancing in post-season play, handing them a 38-34 loss i...
  • Four from Super Shooters contest moving on to state

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Four first place winners at Sunday’s Super Shooters basketball contest are moving on to the state competition. Tristan Jablonski, Easton Fries, Mallie McNair and Taylor Jablonski all won their age divisions at th...
  • Pheasants Forever banquet Saturday night

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Southwestern Nebraska Chapter of Pheasants Forever is hosting its annual banquet Saturday night at the Imperial City Gym. The banquet is a fundraiser for the organization, which supports wildlife habitat. The...
  • Commissioners discuss new storage building

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican At a regular meeting Feb. 11 the Chase County Commissioners discussed building a new storage building in Wauneta. Commissioner Don Weiss Jr. had originally backed the construction of a storage building in Lamar. He...
  • Manor dining room unveiled

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican One month after construction began, the Imperial Manor dining room’s new look was shown off. Manor Director Melissa Larson said the $25,000 renovation project went smoothly and was completed for the Feb. 14 targ...
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  • Hospital signs locum tenes doctor for one-year stint

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Chase County Community Hospital announced this week they have contracted with a locum tenes doctor for the next year to provide coverage for the hospital and clinic. Dr. James Craig of Red Cloud will assist the ...
  • Two more teachers take early retirement offer

    Another opts not toreturn after sabbatical By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Two more teachers at Chase County Schools opted to take the Early Retirement Program  (ERP) offer and retire from teaching here at the end of the 2013-14 school year. Re...
  • Incumbent filing deadline is Tuesday

    No filings yet for Imperial mayor, two council seats By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze Most incumbents must file for election at the County Clerk’s office by Tuesday, even if they wish to file for a different office. New filers have a bit longe...
  • Orders for school’s elementary yearbook now being taken

    Pre-orders are now being taken for the Chase County Schools 2013-14 yearbook highlighting K-8 students.Coordinator Lorain Vires said the annual yearbook will include photos of all students, team pictures, other groups and many activities of the 2013-14 sc...
  • New officers begin police work Monday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Police Department is back to four officers as of Monday. That’s when Kelly Pearson and Chad Ostmeyer began working. The two were hired after eight applicants were interviewed by a four-person panel. A...
  • Volunteers still needed for Mercy Meals ‘Feed the Philippines’ event in Imperial Feb. 21-23

    More volunteers needed to package meals next weekend By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Those who want to make a difference in the lives of others have an opportunity to do so next weekend in Imperial. Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska plans to pack ...
  • Council moves meeting due to Monday holiday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Due to the President’s Day holiday on Monday, the regular Imperial city council meeting was moved two days later. The meeting is now set for Wednesday, Feb. 19, starting at 6 p.m. in the council chambers. City Clerk...
  • Time running out to find special Valentine gift

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican It’s 3:30 p.m. on Friday, which, as everyone SHOULD know, is Valentine’s Day, and you haven’t a clue. You don’t know what to get your significant other, or a parent, or a child. But, you need something. L...
  • Despite weather, show choir festival staged as scheduled

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There were fewer groups than originally planned, but Monday’s show choir festival went on as scheduled in the Chase County Schools auditorium. Snowy and cold weather kept some groups home, but nine schools and 11 sh...
  • Longhorns lose another two-pointer to St. Pat’s Irish

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican For the second time in as many weeks, the Chase County Longhorns suffered the sting of another two point loss to the North Platte St. Pat’s Irish. In the finals of the SPVA tournament, the Longhorns feel by tw...
  • Cody Cochran ties for seventh place in state bowling

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Chase County senior Cody Cochran tied for seventh place in individual standings at last week’s Class C high school state bowling in Lincoln. Competing with five of his Chase County teammates, Cochran rolled a 492...
  • Super Shooters contest on tap this Sunday

    The Imperial Jaycees are hosting the annual Super Shooters basketball contest for boys and girls on Sunday. The event starts with sign-in at 1:30 p.m. at the Longhorn gym. Competition starts at 2 p.m., and there is no entry fee. Youths will compete in the...
  • Longhorns sixth at SPVA wrestling tournament

    By Alan Carman The Imperial Republican With only four wrestlers competing and one of them with an ankle injury, Chase County wasn’t expecting to finish any higher than sixth, but Head Coach Matt Vlasin was happy with the performance the Longhorn wrest...