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  • Public to get glimpse of Villarreal’s art

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican It’s been awhile since Chase County residents have been able to see Imperial native Armando Villarreal’s artwork. From now until March 6, a variety of his creations are being displayed at First Bank & Trust in...
  • Plates promoting breast health get hospital’s support

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Community Hospital is supporting an effort to raise awareness of the need for breast health in Nebraska. Through the State of Nebraska and Komen Nebraska, those interested may apply for a breast cancer ...
  • City reschedules bid submission date on East 5th property sale

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Due to a missed deadline on the legal advertisement, the city has rescheduled the bid submission date for a lot it plans to sell on East 5th Street. The city council adopted a modified ordinance at their Feb. 16 meeti...
  • Banquet celebrating 25 years of service

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican This is a special year for the Southwest Nebraska chapter of Pheasants Forever. Members will be celebrating their 25th annual banquet with some special items. A power point presentation will inform those attending t...
  • Farming Evolution workshop promotes healthy soil practices

    By Isaac KreiderThe Holyoke Enterprise More than 280 individuals gathered at the Phillips County Event Center for the fourth annual Farming Evolution workshops, Feb. 12-13, presented by the Natural Resources Conservation Service. The yearly event maintain...
  • Cattlemen’s Classic livestock judging championship team includes Gittleins

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A team that won the senior division championship at a major livestock judging competition Saturday included two local brothers. Regan and Brady Gittlein of rural Wauneta, a junior and freshman at Chase County Schools,...
  • Year’s last quarter of sales tax down considerably

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican As expected, the final quarter of 2014 finished below most of the previous fourth quarters the city of Imperial has been receiving city sales tax income. Fourth quarter figures for 2014 were about 35 percent below tho...
  • Highest court in the land has spoken

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican It’s often said the wheels of justice move slowly. The suit that Kansas filed against Nebraska clear back in December 2007 couldn’t be any better proof of that. Finally, more than seven years later, the issue...
  • Area schools making plans to continue co-op/unification talks

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Early this month, on Feb. 4, committees from the Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools board and the Hayes Center Public Schools board met to discuss a possible cooperative agreement (co-op) for extracurricular activities,...
  • Longhorns close out regular season with Friday win over Sutherland

    Win first round of subdistricts By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s Longhorns closed out the regular season with an  18-5 mark after defeating Sutherland Friday night 49-26. They followed that up Tuesday night with a 56-35 win over ...
  • Wrestlers fall short at State Championship Tournament

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican In a bittersweet end to the wrestling season, Head Coach Matt Vlasin took solace in the fact that the drought of not qualifying anyone for state wrestling had been broken but pondered on how much better the ending cou...
  • Girls’ season ends in subdistricts with 14-11 record

    Five road games in eight days took tollBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Following an exciting two-point win in the C1-12 subdistrict opener on Feb. 16, Chase County’s Lady Longhorns fell to Mitchell the next night, ending their season at 14-11. C...
  • Brandi Confer enthusiastic about student teaching

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Benkelman native Brandi Confer began her last semester of college by entering classrooms in Imperial. The 22-year old is completing her student teaching prior to graduating from Chadron State College in May. Confer is...
  • Police stress safety with K-12 students

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Since last fall, students at Chase County Schools have been hearing a message of safety from the Imperial Police Department (IPD). It’s been an annual program presented by the IPD for several years. Police Chief Rya...
  • Superintendent contract okayed; principals given salary increases

    School board approves 2015-16 calendar with 2:30 out on all FridaysBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A busy Feb. 10 school board meeting included action on new Supt. Joey Lefdal’s two-year contract, salary increases for the CCS principals and a big ...
  • New Harchelroad dealership taking shape

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Harchelroad Motors’ new dealership building at 600 East Hwy. 6 started to take shape last week when the steel sidewalls and roof went up. Construction of the new dealership facility brings the company full circ...
  • Ag-related business interested in Cornerstone lots

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial may have a new ag-related business based on action taken at Tuesday’s city council meeting. The council approved a recommendation from the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) selling two lots in the city’s ...
  • Future of Eagles looking brighter

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The financial status of Eagles Aerie #3472 in Imperial is good for now. That’s  compared to last summer, when the future of the club was uncertain. Trustee Mike Liewer said the rosier outlook is due to several thin...
  • Pioneer family to be honored as 2015 fair grand marshals

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Both sides of Jack Maddux’s family homesteaded in Chase County, reaching back to 1886. Since that time, the name Maddux has become familiar to most county residents and has also become associated with many local, st...
  • Teachers ask to team-teach kindergarten class next year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Board members at Chase County Schools will discuss further a request from two elementary teachers who want to team-teach a kindergarten class next school year. The request from Jacci Paisley and Ashley Exum came to th...

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