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    “God’s Not Dead” (PG)—College freshman and devout Christian Josh Wheaton has his faith challenged on his first day of philosophy class by the dogmatic Professor Radisson. Radisson begins class by informing students that they will need to disavow, ...
  • Primary Election set for Tuesday

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Chase County Clerk Debbie Clark spent part of Tuesday morning making sure all of the county’s vote tallying machines were ready to go. That’s because this year’s Primary Election will occur on Tuesday, M...
  • Newcomer challenging four-term Chase County commissioner

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Tuesday’s Primary will feature just one contested local race and it will involve voters in just one of the three Chase County Commissioner districts. Two Republicans, incumbent Jodi Thompson and first-time candid...
  • New council member seated; bonds approved for street projects

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican While the meeting lasted just an hour, some important business was conducted by the Imperial city council Monday night. Included in that was the swearing in of Imperial’s newest council member, Dave Fulton, who...
  • Al Zuege packing up classroom after 41 years

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Chase County Schools social studies teacher Al Zuege has spent a good part of his life in classrooms, 27 of them at Chase County High School, later Chase County Schools (CCS). He’ll be packing up his teaching sup...
  • Injuries, vehicle damage avoided in near-miss by Enders Dam

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican The scene could have been much worse Monday morning, when a semi-trailer and a pickup avoided a collision just north of Enders Dam on Highway 61. Chase County Sheriff Kevin Mueller credits the good driving skills o...
  • Farmers still awaiting moisture from Mother Nature

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  • Group prays for country, church, family

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  • A vote for Bruning, Buescher and Hughes a vote for water

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Water continues to be the driving economic force not just in Southwest Nebraska but throughout the whole state. Nebraska’s economy is built on agriculture and irrigation plays a major role in that success. We ...
  • Three inducted into women journalist hall of fame

    Gwen Einspahr Lindberg, an Imperial native, was among three women inducted into the Marian Andersen Nebraska Women Journalists Hall of Fame at the Nebraska Press Women spring convention in Ogallala Saturday. Lindberg’s nomination commended her talents a...
  • Students tell tales of FFVF trip

    The students who participated in the Chase County Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (FFVF) trip to Valley Forge and Washington, D.C. will relive their trip in a program open to the public May 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lied Imperial Public Librar...
  • Bands hold final concert of year

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  • Longhorn boys edge St. Pat’s for SPVA title repeat

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican There was a little scare late in the meet, but the Longhorn boys came through to repeat as the SPVA Conference track champions Friday afternoon. Chase County edged North Platte St. Pat’s by 13.5 points in the fin...
  • Team depth proves big factor in Lady Longhorn conference win

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Chase County’s girls placed in every event, won 10 of them and had three medalists in three others to bring home a dominating SPVA conference win last Friday. Coach Al Zuege said their wide margin of victory, by ...
  • Longhorn golfers defend SPVA title

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Chase County’s Longhorn golfers successfully defended last year’s SPVA title with another title Friday at the Four Winds Golf Course in Kimball. The Longhorns edged out the host team by three strokes on the s...
  • Imperial well represented in Lincoln Marathon

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  • Audience howls as good defeats evil

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The acting was hilariously over the top, the set was bright with color and the audiences loved “Comic Book Artist,” the Chase County Schools spring play presented last week. Written by Pat Lydersen and directed...
  • Women educators group taps new two-year officers

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  • Mendenhall boys do well at first soap box derby in Ogallala

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Two brothers from Imperial did well in their first efforts at soap box derby racing last weekend. Logan and Westyn Mendenhall, sons of Bob Jr. and Lori Mendenhall, competed Saturday and Sunday in the Wild West Soap...
  • Just a friendly game, right?

    Sixth graders at Chase County Schools were rewarded for improved reading skills last week when they competed in a tug-of-war against local law officers. At top, this team showed the most growth in reading improvement from fifth to sixth grade and got th...

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