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  • Small group, big fun at Kids’ Fishing Day

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The group may have been small, but the fun was big at the Ron Berry Memorial Kids’ Fishing Day held Saturday at Champion Lake. Sponsored by Southwest Nebraska Ike’s, the event drew 14 youths age three to 12, said ...
  • Tyler Jennings finishes third at districts to qualify for state golf

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Tyler Jennings got his first taste of the state golf tournament when, as a sophomore, he and the team qualified in 2013. Jennings’ golf game has come a long way since then. He proved that Monday when he finished t...
  • Academic study pays off at awards program

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Students in grades 7-12 at CCS received recognition last Wednesday morning at the school’s annual honors program. Teachers and administrators presented the awards in the school auditorium. Mike Sorensen, grade 7-12...
  • Knights donate to Olympians

    The Knights of Columbus in Imperial, represented by Tom Terryberry, center in back, recently donated $1,363 to the Chase County Special Olympics team. That was half of what was collected during the Tootsie Roll Drive last October. The rest, Terryberry sai...
  • College graduates noted

    College students continue to receive degrees this spring during graduation time. Below are some from the area.Jessica Skomp     Jessica Skomp of Lamar received a Master of Science degree in nursing/family nurse practitioner from the University of North...
  • Scholarships will aid grads in furthering education

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Twenty-four of the 38 graduates Saturday will be able to further their education with scholarships. That represents 63 percent of the Class of 2015 that will be heading to college with financial assistance from local ...
  • Changes help improve lives of residents in senior care facilities

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Last week was National Nursing Home Week, but Imperial Manor residents saw some new activities before that. Typically, to celebrate the week residents participate in special events. They did this year, with a Mother...
  • Teacher hiring on Tuesday completes 2015-16 CCS staff

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Hiring of elementary teacher Michelle (Rundback) Martinez this week completes the CCS staffing for 2015-16 that will see a chunk of new teachers and three new administrators. Martinez’s hiring came at Tuesday’s sc...
  • One crop at starting line, another one rounding bend

    This year’s irrigated corn crop is either in the ground or will be shortly. Then, it will be the dryland corn crop, soybeans and dry beans that go into the ground next. Tuesday night, Geoff Beemer of Imperial was busy getting his corn in the ground on...
  • New discharge well planned for school’s geothermal HVAC system

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Problems with the discharge system of the school’s geothermal heating and cooling system will result in the drilling of a new injection well this summer. In the summer of 2012, the school spent $2.661 million to ...
  • New laptops ordered for students and staff

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican As has been the board’s practice in recent years, incoming freshmen in 2015-16 will have new laptops. At the CCS board of education meeting Tuesday night, an expenditure of $64,935 was approved for purchase of 65 Ma...
  • Saturday a big day for seniors

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As of Tuesday, 38 members of the Class of 2015 were planning to attend graduation Saturday. The ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m. at the Chase County Schools Longhorn gymnasium. Secondary Principal Mike Sorensen said...
  • Last day of school Thursday, May 21

    Students will burst out of Chase County Schools at 1:30 p.m. May 21. School will be over for the summer. Many classes at school have taken field trips or are planning picnic lunches during the last few weeks. No other special events are planned.Ice cream ...
  • Sorensen accepts teaching position in Grand Island

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nancy Sorensen is leaving a fourth grade classroom at Chase County Schools (CCS) to enter another fourth grade classroom in Grand Island. She has accepted a position at Dodge Elementary in the Grand Island Public Scho...
  • Chinook overnight stop makes quite an impression

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican An overnight stop of an MH-47G Chinook last week brought a lot of lookers out to the Imperial Airport. Rob Aslesen and his wife Rebecca, who own Aerial Farm Services headquartered at the airport, are friends with th...
  • Wauneta man charged with probation violation

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze A Wauneta man was arrested on Tuesday, May 5. Chase County Sheriff’s Deputy Spencer Rowley along with Joe Pearce, District 11 Probation Officer, went to the Wauneta home of Adam D. Crapson, 19, on May 5 to do a pro...
  • Pheasants Forever coordinates Youth Pollinator Planting Project

    A new youth event hosted by the Southwestern Nebraska Pheasants Forever Chapter was deemed a big success by organizers. The first annual Youth Pollinator Habitat Project was completed May 6 with the help of the Chase County Schools third grade class, the...
  • 4-H Carnival the place for kids

    The annual Chase County 4-H Carnival packed the fairgrounds exhibit hall the end of March. One of the many youngsters enjoying the carnival was Bodie Yaw, above, who sure is enjoying the duckling with his dad, Chad. Sponsored by the Chase County 4-H Counc...
  • Imperial United Methodist Women host May breakfast

    The Imperial United Methodist Women hosted their annual May breakfast at the church May 6. The theme for the day was “Spring In/Spring Out.” This was carried out with the use of various bird houses and birds throughout the table décor. A live bird i...
  • Imperial’s National Day of Prayer observance one of 43,000 in U.S.

    All 50 Governors and the President of the United States proclaimed the 64th annual National Day of Prayer as millions of Americans gathered from coast to coast in solemn assembly last Thursday. It was the single, largest mobilized call to prayer in U.S. ...

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