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  • MarketPlace early bird registration deadline nears

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The early bird registration for the fourth annual Nebraska MarketPlace ends Feb. 10. The event is scheduled for Feb. 23-34 at the Ramada Convention Center in Kearney. MarketPlace attendees will participate in teach-in...
  • Line-up announced for 22nd annual Governor’s Ag Conference

    This week, Gov. Dave Heineman announced the schedule and featured speakers for the 2010 Governor’s Ag Conference, being held March 3-4 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney. The theme for the 22nd annual conference is “Nebraska Agriculture:...
  • Farm groups resist checkoff dollars for water

    LINCOLN (AP)—Nebraska’s top agricultural groups don’t want money from crop checkoff fees to be used to help solve the state’s water problems, such as those in the Republican River basin. The groups want non-farmers to share the cost. An official w...
  • Love your heart, and your kids

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorFebruary is most popular for Valentine’s Day with decorative hearts and events centering around those we love. But, did you also know that February is also becoming more well-known as Heart Health Month...
  • Football schedules for 2010-11 released by NSAA

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican High school football schedules for the 2010 and 2011 seasons were released by the Nebraska School Activities Association Wednesday. Chase County will compete in Class C2 for the next two years and will be assigned t...
  • Longhorns fall to 12-1 Holyoke in overtime

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican For the second consecutive game, the Chase County Longhorns went to overtime but this time they came up short. The Longhorns fell to the 12-1 Holyoke Dragons Saturday night 46-52 but not without a fight. The Drago...
  • Longhorn wrestlers stampeded by McCook Bison

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican In the first of three straight days  of wrestling action, the Chase County Longhorn wrestlers got off to a rough start. With three wrestlers on the bench with injuries, and one gone, Chase County’s chances were g...
  • FCA Husker Tour making stop in Imperial Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Fresh off their Holiday Bowl victory in San Diego, several Husker players will be in Imperial Saturday morning as part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Husker Tour 2010. The Huskers who have been announce...
  • Lady Longhorns upend Sutherland; lose to Holyoke

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Having just played Sutherland six days earlier, and losing, Chase County got its revenge Friday with a 54-45 victory over the Lady Sailors on Sutherland’s home court. Coach Marc Mroczek was happy to see a win after ...
  • Longhorns take three wrestlers to Curtis meet

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Tyler Roenfeldt, Steven Way and Makayla Bell traveled to Curtis for wrestling action on Friday. Only a few wrestlers made the trip because of matches on Thursday and Saturday. Tyler Roenfeldt brought home a fourth pla...
  • RyAnn Spady among four NPCC players earning post-season honors

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A ninth place national finish in junior college volleyball competition likely will result in a number of players garnering post-season honors. That was true for North Platte Community College (NPCC) recently as four o...
  • Wrestlers bring home four medals from St. Pat’s

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican With only five healthy varsity wrestlers left, Chase County wrestling Coach Matt Vlasin knew a team championship was probably not in sight at the St. Pat’s Invite Saturday. However, the Chase County team brought ho...
  • CCS speech team gains experience at Grant meet

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The young Chase County Schools speech team fine-tuned its presentations during the Perkins County Speech Invitational Jan. 30 in Grant. The only experienced member, Bryan Bischoff, brought home a fifth place medal in ...
  • North Platte firm hired to rebuild three of Imperial’s major streets

    Months of  work coming on East 5th, 9th, 12th Sts. By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s going to be a year of torn-up streets on East 5th, 9th and 12th, but the result will be new concrete surfaces on three of Imperial’s major streets. On a 3-...
  • Strong winds blow over plains, toters

    The Imperial area experienced some hefty winds Sunday and Monday, which had peak readings of 53 m.p.h. on Sunday and 52 m.p.h. Monday, according to the National Weather Service in North Platte. The conditions caused eyes to tear, noses to run and people t...
  • Christensen: two water bills threaten irrigation

    Senator urges irrigators to get proactive on bills By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Areas of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District where groundwater declines have occurred would be in the cross hairs of a bill introduced last week by Se...
  • Dr. Jeff Kasselman signs contract to return in 2011

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican When Dr. Jeff Kasselman left his family practice here in 2007 to become an anesthesiologist, he and his wife, Annette, always kept it in the back of their minds that they would like to come back. On Saturday, tha...
  • Bids to be let on Emergency Services building

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County is proceeding with plans for constructing an Emergency Services Building to house Emergency Medical Services (EMS), handibuses and Chase County Emergency Management. Bids will be opened Feb. 18 at a speci...
  • New E-edition version of newspaper online

    Readers of The Imperial Republican can now read the complete edition online. The digital edition can be found on The Republican’s web site, www.imperialrepublican.com, by clicking on the “E-edition” menu tab. A full version of the paper appears in...
  • State calls for more requirements for high school seniors, graduation

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The goal is to improve education for Nebraska students. Thanks to a coalition called Nebraska P-16 Initiative, new proposals and projects are already being implemented. Nebraska P-16 Initiative is composed of teachers...