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  • Chili Cook-off coming up

    By Merrilyn Leibbrandt Imperial Chamber President The Imperial Chamber of Commerce had a great turnout at the Ag Fair held Feb. 12. As a Chamber, we appreciate and recognize the impact that agriculture has on our community, and the Ag Fair was a great w...
  • Owens recognized as Guard supporter

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Imperial Manor employee Rachelle Carmin is very grateful for the support she’s received as a new member of the Nebraska National Guard. She’s grateful for the support she received from Dietary Manager Kelsey Ow...
  • New board policy suggested on shared sick leave for CCS staff

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican School board members are studying a proposed policy brought to them by the Imperial Education Association (IEA) on voluntary shared sick leave. High school teacher Kim Wilson, representing IEA, said there have be...
  • Head out for some tasty desserts

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The public is invited to enjoy some tasty treats during the Imperial Chamber of Commerce’s Dessert Wars today (Thursday). Categories include cakes/tortes; brownies/bars/cookies; pies; miscellaneous; and under 1...
  • Teachers, two principals get 2014-15 pay hikes

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Teachers at Chase County Schools will see a two percent bump in their base pay for the 2014-15 school year. Action at the Feb. 11 school board meeting approved a base pay salary increase of $650 for certificated st...
  • All but three local incumbents file for re-election by Tuesday night deadline

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze All but three local incumbents, those currently holding an elected office, filed for re-election at the Chase County Clerk’s office by Tuesday’s deadline. John Arterburn, who currently holds a seat on the Imp...
  • Construction still on pace for mid-summer completion

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  • Water bills in Legislature causing stir among NRDs

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Several water bills in the Nebraska Legislature are creating  a stir amongst natural resources districts in the state including the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (NRD). LB 1074, introduced by Sen....
  • Wind, dust likely set off courthouse alarm

    IVFD also called to Dundy Co. grass fire By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Two calls within an hour and a half of each other Tuesday sent the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) to the courthouse and later to mutual aid assistance in Dundy C...
  • Ag Tech Fair called success

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican About 135 people attended  the Imperial Chamber of Commerce’s sixth annual Ag Technology Fair last Wednesday. Organizer Chris Lee said, “We had a good turnout. We had 18 excellent vendors who wanted to be the...
  • FFA chapter qualifies additional teams, individuals for state

    Before the school year began, the Imperial FFA officer team set a chapter goal to have 16 proficiency applications submitted on the district level with 10 of those moving on to the state level. Proficiency awards are applications submitted by FFA members ...
  • Local church supports Lewis’ prison ministry

    The Westside Church of Christ in Imperial has become involved in supporting the church that meets within the walls of the prison in Sterling, Colo. Not many think of a church when they think of prison, but with a total population of nearly 2,500, the chur...
  • Olympics help pump up U.S. patriotism

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor If you’re like me, the minute you’ve returned home at night after work these past two weeks, the TV has been turned right to Winter Olympic coverage. There’s nothing like the Olympics to bring out...
  • Forest Service warning of increased danger of wildfires

    The combination of a lack of moisture, consistent high winds and dry air masses may increase the danger of wildfires across Nebraska this year. Dry, windy days—an average of nine days with winds over 40 mph in the first weeks of the year—have been rec...
  • Head over heels in supporting Longhorn basketball

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  • Longhorns open subdistricts Tuesday

    Will face Sutherland to close regular season By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican With a trio of wins last week, the Chase County Longhorns look to close out the regular season at Sutherland with another win Friday. From there on, it’s win or g...
  • Wrestlers denied trip to state wrestling in Omaha

    By Alan Carman The Imperial Republican The Chase County wrestlers fell just short of sending anyone to the state wrestling meet this weekend. Senior Austin White felt the true meaning of the heartbreak round when his high school wrestling career ended o...
  • 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...

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