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  • Hospital board kicks off new building endeavor

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Board members of the Chase County Community Hospital gave Administrator Steve Lewis the go-ahead to begin the planning process for a new facility. They assigned him the task during their regular meeting Jan. 28. B...
  • Academics, building addition, 5-8 curriculum meeting topics

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A community info meeting centered on Chase County Schools lasted just as long as Supt. Joey Lefdal said it would. But in the hour and 10 minute meeting last Thursday night, a lot of information was sifted through, mos...
  • Call it the ‘Blizzard of ’16’

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The magnitude of this week’s snowstorm brought by Winter Storm Kayla proved to be powerful enough to go down as the “Blizzard of ’16.”     Snowfall ranging from 12-18 inches, driven by gusts of 50 mph o...
  • Chase County Fair lands Jake Owen for country night

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Fair captured another star to add to the long list of country stars who have appeared at the fair. Fair board Entertainment Chair Alex McNair announced this week that the fair has signed country ...
  • Three in jail on alleged pipe theft case

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A cooperative effort between the Chase Co. Sheriff’s Office, the Phillips Co. (Colo.) Sheriff’s Office and area farmers is being credited for three arrests last week related to the theft of irrigation pipe. A seri...
  • Eberhardt sentenced in child porn possession case

    Charles Eberhardt, 56, of Imperial was sentenced Jan. 29 to four years and nine months in prison by United States District Judge John M. Gerrard for possession of child pornography.   Eberhardt, a former Chase County dispatcher, will serve his sentence i...
  • Manor receives 5-star rating from government

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has just given Imperial Manor Nursing Home a five-star rating, the highest it can get and has up to date received. That’s according to Director Nolan Gurnsey, who...
  • Interim financing in place for Cornerstone street work, paving

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Despite the snowstorm’s effect on several agenda items, the Imperial city council acted on several issues Monday. Although the bond agent from Omaha did not get to Imperial to review legalities with the council, mem...
  • First 2016 baby born at CCCH

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Little Jayce Thomas Bialas is a long way from home, but surrounded by loved ones. He was the first baby born at Chase County Community Hospital  (CCCH) in 2016, and is the son of Tony Bialas and Rachel Wessels of New...
  • Bill would eliminate social security numbers on forms

    By Seth OlsonNebraska news service In the future, Nebraskans may not have to include their Social Security number when applying for permits and licenses under the state’s Department of Agriculture, a proposal intended to thwart identity theft. When the ...
  • Chase County included in open soybean board seats

    This year, the Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB) will be seeking three soybean farmers to serve on the Board of Directors and to represent fellow soybean farmers and the industry. The election is conducted by mail-in ballot in July.  Soybean farmers who resid...
  • State reps attempt to clear up murky water, land issues

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze Visitors from the Nebraska Department of Revenue were at the Chase County Courthouse Jan. 26 to meet with Chase County Assessor Dottie Bartels and Commissioners Dave Hogsett, Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr. The commissioner...
  • CCCH participates in Little Hats, Big Hearts

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Some lucky newborn babies at Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) will have warm heads, thanks to the American Heart Association and CCCH employees. CCCH is celebrating American Heart Month by partnering in the Asso...
  • Hot Tomatoes swing into Holyoke for Valentine’s Day

    The Phillips County Arts Council (PCAC) will present a special Valentine’s Day concert featuring the Hot Tomatoes Dance Orchestra from Denver. Holyoke High School auditorium will be swinging with sounds of big band music Sunday, Feb. 14, at 2 p.m. This...
  • Gotta love those Girl Scout cookies

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Area Girl Scouts will be  hitting the streets about Feb. 5 to take orders for the popular Girl Scout Cookies. Leader Kelsey Kunkel said scouts in Imperial will be receiving their packets then. About 35 scouts will b...
  • Rotary club to host ‘chocolate affair’

    The Rotary Club of Imperial will host an evening of friendly conversation and chocolate desserts, which they are calling “A Chocolate Affair,” on Thursday, Feb. 11, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Moline Social House on the southeast corner of East 5th...
  • Crazy presidential races spill over into 2016

    If the rest of the 2016 presidential election season goes like Iowa, it could be quite a year. It seems like the campaigns have been underway forever, but it’s still  more than nine months until the General Election. It’s been hard to focus a bit wit...
  • Three more snow days puts CCS close to extended school year

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican There’s a rumor going around that Chase County Schools (CCS) has used up its five allocated snow days. The school was closed Monday through Wednesday this week due to the large snowfall experienced. CCS Superintende...
  • Largest group of choirs ever coming here Monday for show choir festival

    Twenty-one groups, the most ever for the western site, will be in Imperial Monday for the Show Choir Festival sponsored by the Nebraska Choral Directors Association.   It is one of three festivals held each year. The two other festival sites this year wi...
  • National Wild Turkey Federation banquet to be held this Saturday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The 2016 Hunting Heritage Banquet for the National Wild  Turkey Federation will be held at the Chase County Fairgrounds in Imperial Saturday night. The doors will open at the new exhibit building at 5 p.m., with the ...

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