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  • ‘Poker Run’ raises money for cancer research

    The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 4866 in Imperial hosted a Poker Run for Cancer last Saturday. The 10 motorcycles and one support vehicle participating started in Imperial, and traveled to Grant, Ogallala, Julesburg, Colo., Venango, Holyoke, Colo., before...
  • Lady Longhorns’ record surges to 8-2

    Only varsity loss past week comes in finals at McCook tourney By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s varsity volleyball record took a big leap on the win side the past week as the Lady Longhorns won four matches and lost just one in a bu...
  • Ninth-ranked Irish too much for the Longhorns

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s Longhorns couldn’t find a way to stop the offense of the ninth-ranked Irish of North Platte St. Pat’s Friday night, falling 42-15. The loss moved the Longhorns to 1-2 for the season. There’s...
  • National Turkey Federation banquet coming up in October

    The National Wild Turkey Federation Annual Banquet will be held Oct. 1 at Enders Lake Golf Course in Enders. Duane Dreiling of the local Western Plains Long Beards Chapter said the banquet is being held in the fall rather than the summer because “It’s...
  • Team Enders reclaims Chase County Cup

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Golfers representing Enders Lake Golf Course (ELGC) claimed a 14-10 victory Saturday to return the Chase County Cup to ELGC. Team Enders defeated Team Imperial, who represented the Imperial County Club (ICC) in the ...
  • Former Imperial trooper promoted to Scottsbluff

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Many people in the Chase County area remember Nebraska State Patrol Trooper Jamey Balthazor. He was a road officer in the area from 1999 until 2004, fresh out of training school. Then he transferred to the Patrol’s ...
  • Gering in town for pair of softball games

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s varsity softball team is still looking for its first win this season. At 0-12, they are hoping to pick up a couple of wins yet as the short high school season winds down. The Lady Longhorns lost a pa...
  • Vigil held for Corrie Wood

    Approximately 30 people attended a candlelight vigil at the Perkins  County Fairgrounds Saturday night for Corrie Wood whose murder three years ago remains unsolved. A meal, music and mementos made the evening special for family and friends who gathered ...
  • Square dance club starts lessons next week

    The Chase County Stompers will be starting lessons Thursday, Oct. 6, at the 4-H building from 7 to 9 p.m. The lessons will be taught by Marlin Spellmeyer assisted by his wife, Jackie, and members of the club. Singles and couples are given an opportunity t...
  • 9/11 is remembered

    Sunday seemed much like the day 10 years ago when the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks stunned Americans and the world. Several groups took time to remember in Imperial Sunday, with a solemn display, above, by the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department. Firefight...
  • FVC employee escapes injury after grain bin accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Frenchman Valley Coop’s general manager believes a strict adherence to procedures and extensive training resulted in a positive outcome of what could have been a devastating grain bin accident Tuesday morning. Nat...
  • Tax askings in city budget drop compared to last year

    Despite large valuation increase, city to spend fewer taxes next year By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In action most taxpayers don’t see very often, one local budget for 2011-12 will ask for slightly fewer tax dollars than the previous year. Memb...
  • Ogallala firm hired for city attorney services

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican McQuillan & McQuillan PC of Ogallala was approved Monday night as the city of Imperial’s attorney. Josh Wendell, 33, an attorney with the firm, will be attending the twice-a-month city council meetings to provid...
  • County tax request goes up nearly eight percent for 2011-12 budget

    Increase over last two budgets totals nearly 14 percent By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County taxpayers will again see an increase in the taxes they pay for county operations next year. The tax request submitted by the county commissione...
  • Champion Lake full, cool

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After flood damage several years ago, Champion Lake is again full and ready for activities. Repair of the dam and lake bed has been completed and approved by the Department of Water Resources, according to Jill Full...
  • Blood draws available during mini health fair

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Through Sept. 22 area residents have the chance to be tested for a number of medical issues through a Mini Health Fair blood draw. Chase County Community Hospital is offering the procedure between 7-10 a.m each day. T...
  • Influenza shots now available

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Influenza is contagious, and the season is now upon us. Chase County Clinic has a supply of the vaccine and is giving it to those who desire it. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends influenza vaccinations f...
  • Flynn touts years as businessman in his quest for U.S. Senate nomination

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Pat Flynn believes the 2012 U.S. Senate race in Nebraska is about leadership. And one thing he has the other Republican candidates do not, he said, is nearly 30 years of experience as a private businessman. Flynn, 52,...
  • Local 4-Her in top 10 for sheep showmanship at State Fair

    Shandra Johnson of Imperial, a junior at Chase County Schools, finished in ninth place at the Nebraska State Fair sheep showmanship contest. She was among more than 160 4-Hers who competed in the contest this year in Grand Island. The top 10 sheep showmen...

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