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  • Chase County a bright spot in area census figures

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor New U.S. Census Bureau estimates on county populations in Nebraska put Chase County as the bright spot in southwest Nebraska. Figures show, and they are just estimates according to the Census Bureau, th...
  • Commissioners tour hospital facilities during joint meeting

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Commissioners and members of the board of trustees of the Chase County Community Hospital held a joint meeting March 19.   Before the official meeting began, Plant Operations Director Mike Smith an...
  • Vet shares experience as helicopter pilot

    By Cpt. Willis (Jerry) HeydenberkChase County Veteran Vietnam was a defining point in my young life. The 18 months I spent in that war-torn land on two tours definitely made me a better man and helped me appreciate life more. Like many others, I wondered...
  • Coach pleased with Lady Longhorns’ track opener

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was a good start. That’s how Lady Longhorn Coach Troy Hauxwell viewed last Thursday’s opening track meet, a five-team event hosted by Perkins County High School in Grant. It was billed a quadrangular, but due t...
  • Longhorns turn in some good marks, times at opener

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Coach Carl Zuege is encouraged by what he saw at the Longhorn boys’ first track competition of the season. Chase County competed at the Perkins County five-team meet last Thursday, where Zuege, the boys’ head coac...
  • Munger looking to seniors to lead golf team this year

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Golf coach Larry Munger will look to his seniors to lead this year’s Longhorn golf. Returning senior letter winners Tyler Jennings and Darin Knobbe will be joined by fellow senior Allan Smith. Munger said Jenn...
  • Students score in Science Olympiad

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Five Chase County Schools students earned top places in the Science Olympiad competition in Ogallala March 19. Luis Frias and Michael Musgrove took first place in the Scrambler competition. Mindy Castle and Jake Lueth...
  • Scouts, businesses, dads all winners at Pinewood Derby

    Cub Scout Pack 199 held its annual Pinewood Derby on Sunday at the Wellington gym in Imperial.   Scouts, dads and business representatives all had their chance to compete in the race and for their car design talents. Here are the award winners.Race resul...
  • Ninety registered for first annual MS race

    The weather was perfect and so was the turnout for Saturday’s first annual 5K Race to Finish MS, an event organized by Emily Vogt of Imperial. Ninety runners and walkers were registered participants, which helped raise an estimated $3,400 that Vogt will...
  • Chase County student musicians tally 10 Best of Class titles at SPVA music

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Ten Best of Class awards, the top recognition at the SPVA Conference music contest, came home with high school musicians from Chase County Schools last week. In order to be considered for the Best of Class designation...
  • Paynes see positives in aftermath of fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Scott and Linda Payne lost a major building and all of its contents in a March 2 fire north of Imperial. Losses from the 1982 steel building, as well as equipment and housing inside for their S & L Farms custom ha...
  • Zoning requests find differences in city regulations

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial Planning Commission members discovered some differences in commercial zoning provisions after receiving a request to re-zone property at the corner of 12th St. and Hwy. 61. In a special meeting and hearing...
  • Park to fill up with 4,000 Easter eggs on Saturday

    The annual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Eagles Auxiliary and the Imperial Chamber of Commerce will be held this Saturday at Campbell Park. Reports from the organizers indicate 4,000 eggs, will be hidden throughout the park. Most will be candy-filled ...
  • New management team goals: smoother operation, residents first

    Evaluations underway reviewing Imperial’s senior care facilitiesBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Lyle Hight put it simply. The top goals as part of the new management team at Imperial’s senior care facilities are to get the operation running mo...
  • Dancin’ the night away at Prom

    Chase County Schools students and their dates enjoyed the annual Junior/Senior Prom Saturday night, highlighted with the crowning of a king and queen and the promenade. Below left, queen Mitsy Cardoso and King Dustin Holmes are handed their sashes, crow...
  • Learn ‘How to Kiss a Girl’ at spring play

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools’ one-act play is coming up, and the comedy should provide instructive. “How to Kiss a Girl,” by Wade Bradford, is set in the future and features 14 characters. It will be shown to the pu...
  • New Sand Creek Massacre movie includes former Imperial resident

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A movie concerning the injustice of the Sand Creek Massacre in October 1864 will be coming out this summer. One face on the screen that may be familiar is that of Jim Kimberling, a former Imperial resident. Kimberling...
  • School faculty, friends take to stage on Monday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The public will have the opportunity Monday night to see Chase County Schools faculty and staff step out of their comfort zones during the Imperial Education Association’s (IEA) FACULTY FOLLIES FUNdraiser. Skits, li...
  • Teams narrowed to 16 in NCAA tourney

    Matt Vlasin, Jim Calvin lead contest after first weekendBy Jana PribbenoThe Imperial Republican Last Thursday proved this will be yet another year of surprises when playing bracketology or even just viewing the first of the games being played in the men...
  • Dirt work starts for new Cornerstone business

    Dirt work got underway this week for the new building that will house Scott’s Pump Service, the first new business in the city’s Cornerstone property. On Wednesday morning, Regier Land Improvement of Madrid was busy leveling the ground on the lot wher...

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