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  • Submission of baseball, softball forms encouraged

        It’s getting close to summer baseball and softball seasons, and league meetings are coming approaching, as well.    Because of that, Imperial summer recreation director Darrin Schultz is encouraging parents to submit their children’s registr...
  • Weather doesn’t deter Ike’s catfish tournament

    Champion team wins second annual eventBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Despite Saturday’s wintery conditions, the second annual catfish tournament sponsored by the Southwest Nebraska Izaac Walton League went on as scheduled.    While organ...
  • Longhorns have only seven athletes at Ogallala meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It was a skeleton crew of seven athletes from the Chase County boys’ track team at Friday’s rescheduled Ogallala Invitational.    Due to the forecasted storm that did hit Saturday, Ogallala moved its meet...
  • Rescheduled meet affects Lady Longhorn numbers at Ogallala

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Only nine Lady Longhorn track athletes competed at the rescheduled Ogallala Invitational Friday, but the small crew still scored in seven events.    And, as far as individual performances, the Chase County gi...
  • Expert on amphibians and reptiles to engage campers

        From exotic wildlife animals to Nebraska native amphibians and reptiles, S.C.O.R.E. 2009 will be the site of many animal visitors this summer.    Dr. Dennis Ferraro, a herpetologist from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, will return to S.C....
  • Youth admits to break-ins, fire at church

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    At a March 25 Chase County Court hearing, a 13-year-old youth admitted to the state’s petitions of home break-ins and a church fire in Imperial.    Judge Edward Steenburg also set a disposition hearing for ...
  • Nebraska ranked ‘Happiest Place in Nation’ by Mainstreet.com

        On Monday, ABC’s “Good Morning America” featured Nebraska as the “Happiest Place in the Nation,” according to Mainstreet.com’s first ever Happiness Index ranking.      The Happiness Index is all about which states are best weatherin...
  • Take a trip to the soccer field

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorI can’t remember spending too much time at a soccer match. Other than job commitments to snap a team picture here and there, I hadn’t spent much time actually watching the game, other than an occasion...
  • Wrestling has its ups and downs

    There’s always a range of emotions at a kids’ wrestling tournament. It was no different in Imperial Sunday, as the Chase County Club hosted its annual tournament in the Longhorn gym. Above, six-year-old Tanner Roenfeldt isn’t quite sure he likes the...
  • Award recognizes officer’s work on burglary, theft cases

    Agencies in 17 states looking into similar incidents in their areasBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It was a small ceremony at the Chase County Courthouse last Thursday.    Chase County Sheriff Tim Sutherland presented Imperial Police Sgt. R...
  • Influenza creeping into Chase County

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    It’s a little bit late this year, but the influenza season has hit Chase County. A number of people have been hospitalized, and Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) and Chase County Clinic are keeping track ...
  • Tornado drill here next Wednesday signals start of tornado season

    Chase County led state for most tornadoes in 2008By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Next Monday, April 6, marks the beginning of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Nebraska.     To prepare citizens for the severe weather, Imperial will partici...
  • Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday; snow date set next weekend

        Imperial’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held this Saturday, starting at 1 p.m. at various locations in the city park.    There are four age divisions, all which will meet at different locations at the park.     Toddlers up to two years of...
  • Chase County at near strength in medical field

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    As did most of the nation Monday, Chase County Community Hospital and Chase County Clinic recognized their doctors on Doctors’ Day.     Although the weather didn’t cooperate, flinging snow in faces, a rec...
  • Registration this month for prospective kindergartners

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It’s an exciting time, especially for parents of their first child entering kindergarten.    Registration for prospective kindergarten students at Chase County Schools is coming this month, according to Ele...
  • City finalizes agreement with engineering firm

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    City council members finalized an agreement with Miller & Associates last week, setting standard fees for city construction projects in which they are involved as engineers.    At the council’s meeting Marc...
  • Playground equipment to be installed soon

    Raffle planned as fundraiserBy Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Volunteers are being sought to help install new playground equipment at several sites in Imperial. The city recently spent $41,417.95 for equipment to be placed at Campbell Park and a...
  • Importance of census recognized

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    It isn’t 2010 yet, but Census 2010 is gearing up. One indication of that was the signing of a proclamation Tuesday by Imperial Mayor Annie Longan.    The proclamation stated that the City of Imperial sees t...
  • No till notes: Forages I

    ■ Editor’s note: This article is one in a series about the concept and use of no tillage farming methods.By Mark WatsonPanhandle No-Tillage Education Coordinator    Every once in a while something comes along that makes a lot of sense. I think this...
  • Spring precipitation could have varying effects

        Once again, Nebraska faces a dual problem.     Parts of the western side of the state could face drought problems under below-normal precipitation this spring, but parts of the eastern side of the state could face flood problems under above-norm...