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  • Morgan Peterson recognized for aeronautics art entry

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  • Alcohol breath tester awarded to Imperial Police Department

    The Imperial Police Department has received one hand-held alcohol breath testing unit through a traffic safety grant award. The unit valued at $285 was provided by the Nebraska Office of Highway Safety as part of the state’s ongoing effort to prevent un...
  • Scottsbluff singers entertain

    The Varsity Vocalize from Western Nebraska Community College (WNCC) entertained last Thursday in Imperial, giving an afternoon concert for students and another in the evening for the public. The group has a hometown tie as WNCC sophomore  The singers ent...
  • Cinema scene

    “Muppets Most Wanted” (PG)—The Muppets gang go on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwit...
  • Educators ‘taped’ in celebration

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Students in Chase County Schools’ elementary classes had a dream come true last Friday. They celebrated great fundraising for the American Heart Association by taping three educators to the wall. Those duct-tap...
  • Mayor’s appointment will fill city council vacancy

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican With council member J.D. Reeder’s death last week, Mayor Dwight Coleman will now have the task to appoint his replacement. City Clerk/Administrator Jo Leyland said state statute spells out the direction cities mu...
  • AG candidate Brian Buescher makes campaign stop in Imperial

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Republican Brian Buescher (pronounced Bisher), a farm boy who grew up in Deweese, wants to be Nebraska’s next attorney general. Buescher made a campaign swing through the western portion of the 3rd District l...
  • J.D. Reeder will be remembered for years of community service

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Community was important to J.D. Reeder of Imperial. He tallied more than 30 years of service with Imperial EMS, just over 29 years on the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) and another 30-plus years as a s...
  • Excitement building for April 16 release of ‘Heaven’ movie

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican In less than two weeks, the nationwide opening of the “Heaven is for Real” movie arrives. The fact that the Imperial Theatre is one of the theatres that acquired the film for its opening day release on April 16...
  • Cell phone battery explosion blamed for house fire

    Smoke, fire damages Carol Macklin home northeast of Imperial By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican When Carol Macklin walked into her rural home at 34152 738 Road, northeast of Imperial, Wednesday afternoon March 26, she smelled smoke. She immediat...
  • State speech medals evade CCS

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools (CCS) students traveling to Kearney for the state speech contest last Thursday came up short of placing in the top six in their divisions. CCS placed 21st out of 35 teams in overall points....
  • Severe weather season here; be prepared

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor With the wind we had here Monday, gusting to peaks of 67 m.p.h., no one has to be told that the severe weather season has arrived here in the midwest. Nebraska observed Severe Weather Awareness Week las...
  • Golf team opens season Tuesday

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Eleven golfers make up this year’s CCS golf team that will open the season Tuesday with a varsity and jayvee meet. Coach Larry Munger said the Longhorn varsity squad will compete in the Bayard invite while the...
  • Lady Longhorns more than double second place points at track opener

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Scoring in every event but one, and winning 11 of the 18 events lifted the Lady Longhorn track team to a dominant first place finish at their season opener Saturday. Chase County finished 124 points ahead of second...
  • Winners of event’s traveling plaque hail from Chase County

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  • Depth comes through as Longhorns take Cambridge track championship

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Numbers out for the Longhorn boys’ track team this season are the highest in many years, which helped win the championship for Chase County in their season opener. It was a slim victory margin, 11.5 points, but C...
  • Pie-in-face fundraiser helps raise money for March of Dimes

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  • Science students have busy week

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Students from nine area schools submitted 124 projects in the 2014 University of Nebraska Medical Center/Central Nebraska Area Health Education Center Health Science Meet in North Platte March 27. Students from Cha...
  • Shannon Liewer to continue volleyball career at Peru State

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  • Chase County musicians capture 14 ‘Best of Class’ awards at SPVA contest

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Out of the 40 vocal and instrumental entries from Chase County musicians at last week’s SPVA music contest, more than a third of them earned the “Best of Class” designation. That designation comes from the ju...

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