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  • Immigration agency takes custody of Gonzales

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A man arrested for sexual assault of a child in August was taken into custody last week by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials in North Platte. Nicholas Gonzales, 22, who is in this country illegally, ...
  • Christmas dinner well attended

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Ministerial Association of Southwest Nebraska hosted a Christmas dinner for the fourth year this Christmas for those who weren’t having dinner with family or friends. Held at the Imperial Eagles Club Dec. 25, vo...
  • Long familiar faces to disappear from Main Street

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After the new year two familiar faces will no longer be seen at Adams Lumber and Adams Drug. Connie Dart and Don Newman are retiring. Newman’s last day was last week, and Dart’s is Friday. Dart, 65, was the face c...
  • Priority Seating set to serve rural communities

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After helping the Young Farmer/Ranchers haul in chairs and tables from out of town for fair meals for years, Rex and Amy Prior decided that this year was the time to try setting up their own business. Priority Seating...
  • Forward or backward? Let’s choose forward!

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-PublisherIf you read this column or if you’ve been around me much, you know  I’m a firm believer in the adage that, as a community, you’re either moving forward or backward—there’s no in between. Whe...
  • Burpo’s ‘Heaven is for Real’ remains on Best Seller List

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican “Heaven is for Real,” the book by local author Todd Burpo about his son’s experience of visiting heaven, has been on the New York Times Best Seller List for five weeks. It first appeared on the List for the week...
  • Good future seen for school’s ProStart class

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican High school students at Chase County Schools interested in a possible future career in food service have the chance to get a good start on their training. And, ProStart class teacher Cathy Hanna believes it’s going ...
  • Longhorns knock off 5-1 Dundy Co.-Stratton team

    Win improves boys’ record to 3-4 before Christmas break By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s Longhorn boys came away with a big win Tuesday, Dec. 21, defeating Dundy County-Stratton (DCS) 66-54 to start the five-day Christmas morato...
  • Low scoring quarter hurts varsity girls against Dundy County/Stratton

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The Lady Longhorns outscored Dundy County/Stratton in the final three quarters of a varsity game in Imperial last week, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a low-scoring first eight minutes. Chase County was held to ...
  • People same no matter what culture

    Shelby Leyland teaching in Japan By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Shelby Leyland of Imperial is in her second year as a teacher of English in Ozu, Japan. She returned home for Christmas, and took time to recount her experiences. “Living in a cultu...
  • Book club explores other cultures, worlds

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “A meeting of the minds” is how one member describes the book club that meets at Lied Imperial Public Library once a month. “We come from different backgrounds and get to know each other by reading the same book...
  • Hickman’s wood creations continue to delight

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican You can see it in his eyes. Paul Hickman has many unfinished projects in his mind, although he already has an impressive reputation as a wood creator. Hickman, 57, has had orders from across the United States to creat...
  • Births recorded over the past year

    Bradley and Faith Cook, a girl, Jade Cayln Cook, born Dec. 18, 2009 at Perkins County Hospital in Grant. Kenny and Janet Tomky of Lamar, a boy, Aidan Gerard, born Dec. 26, 2009. Josh and Krystle Friesen of Wallace, a girl, Lydia Elaine, born Dec. 29, 2009...
  • Deaths recorded during 2010

    Marvel Karlowski, Oct. 1, 2009. Ethel Kitt, Oct. 28, 2009. Frieda Wheeler, Dec. 21, 2009. Cloyd Kitt, Dec. 23, 2009. Chris Dreiling, Jan. 4, 2010. Glen Hayes, Jan. 9, 2010. Jean Harlow, Jan. 11, 2010. Bruce Peak, Jan. 15, 2010. Heather Martin, Jan. 14, 20...
  • Aides ‘teaching’ in Reading Mastery Program a concern

    ■ School to seek track bids, with February opening expected. PAGE 2.By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Jill Bauerle, a teacher at Chase County Schools, spoke to the board last week as both educator and parent on her concerns with an aspect of the sch...
  • WELLS Angels program a blessing for patients

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican During the Christmas season, we often reflect on the good news brought to earth by the heavenly angels. For the people participating in Chase County Community Hospital’s new wellness program, they look to their...
  • Board approves 3.48% package increase for superintendent

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools Supt. Matt Fisher will see a $3,100 increase in his 2011-12 salary, and a 3.48% total package increase  for next school year. A 9-0 school board vote at last Tuesday’s meeting will increase Fis...
  • Community Chorus concert floods church with Christmas music

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Thirty-five singers from across the county and nearby towns joined voices for a “Holy Light” Christmas concert of lessons and carols Sunday. Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial hosted the Community Chorus concert, ...
  • School to seek track bids, with February opening expected

    ■ Aides ‘teaching’ in Reading Mastery Program a concern. PAGE 1.By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Bids are likely to be opened the first of February on reconstruction of the outdoor track at the Chase County Schools’ athletic complex. Board of...
  • Register now for spring classes at Mid-Plains Community College

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The roster of classes offered by Mid-Plains Community College for the spring semester encompasses a wide variety of subjects. There could be something for everyone, be it a for-credit class or a community education cl...

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