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  • Make a difference—file for election

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher One way a person can make an impact on our school, the community or county government is to step forward and place your name on the ballot for one of the various elected offices. In fact, there’s s...
  • Cochran brings home fourth place State medal

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County took four wrest­lers to the State Wrestling Tournament Feb. 18-21. Although only one wrestler came home with a medal, the other wrestlers brought home a memory that will last a lifetime. Keithan Cochra...
  • Missed free throws costly in subdistrict loss to end boys’ season

    After beating Sutherland in regular season Friday, Longhorns fall in subs By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns closed out the regular season Friday with a 53-45 win over the Sutherland Sailors but couldn’t duplicate it wit...
  • Pheasants Forever plans annual banquet Feb. 27

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A banquet, auction and games will entertain guests at the 20th Annual Southwestern Nebraska Chapter of Pheasants Forever event this Saturday night. The banquet and auction will be held at Enders Lake Golf Course. A so...
  • Lady Longhorns finish season at 7-13

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Lady Longhorns won their opener in the C2-11 subdistrict Monday, Feb. 15 against Sutherland but couldn’t keep the run going the next night, falling to Perkins County.   The loss to Perkins County end...
  • Time to celebrate

    CCS Longhorn Keithan Cochran points towards his family after winning a close 7-6 decision over Skyler Teten of Syracuse at the State Wrestling Tournament held Feb. 18-21. This win vaulted Cochran into a match for third and fourth place. After beating Jess...
  • Driver’s education class set to begin

    A Driver’s Education class for area high school students will be offered at North Platte Community College in spring and summer sessions.   The classes that will be offered are Department of Motor Vehicles approved and will include 20 hours of classroo...
  • Jump rope, Hoops for Heart a success

    Last Friday students at Chase County Schools raised more than $8,500 for the American Heart Association by participating in Jump Rope For Heart and Hoops For Heart. Donations help fund research to fight heart disease and stroke and also support the Americ...
  • Jussel home lost in Saturday fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Nearly a year of work on remodeling their home literally went up in flames Saturday for a rural Chase County couple and their two children. Chris and Jamie Jussel and children, Kristen, 13, and Logan, 8, were left w...
  • Incumbent filing deadline passes; most decide to seek office again

    Two NRD board members not seeking re-election By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It appears most local office-holders like what they do in government service. All but three of the incumbents holding elective offices in the area filed by Tuesday’s d...
  • Christensen forging ahead with occupation tax fix

    He said Republican Basin must remain proactive and work together better By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican More than 60 people from the area including irrigators and business owners came to Imperial Monday to hear an update on water issues from 44...
  • NRD to hold community coffees beginning Friday

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Irrigators and stakeholders in the water issues in the Republican Basin can hear more specific actions under consideration by the Upper Republican Natural Resources District during a series of community coffees. Of...
  • Chase County eighth grader repeats as spelling bee champ

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools eighth grader Anna Bauerle repeated as champion of the Chase County spelling bee last Thursday. Bauerle is no stranger to the spelling bee’s “winner’s circle.” She won the contest last yea...
  • City getting some interest on economic development property

    Farm ground there leased for 2010 crop year By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There is commercial and residential interest in the ground the city purchased last year for economic development, east of Schroeder Park. Leslie Carlholm, the city’s comm...
  • Students, businesses come together at Career Fair

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Eight businesses interacted with students on a one-to-one basis Tuesday morning during a Career/Job Fair held at Chase County Schools. It was the first of such an event in a number of years, said Supt. Matt Fisher, an...
  • Credit Union reports positive year

    By Chris LeeThe Holyoke Enterprise Another solid year was reported by staff and members at the Holyoke and Imperial Community Federal Credit Union Meeting held Monday, Feb. 15. Annual numbers and updates for 2009 at Holyoke Community Federal Credit Union...
  • Ag economists to address risk management with area producers

    Moreland Insurance and AgWest Commodities will be hosting an Agricultural Risk Management Seminar in Imperial Thursday, Feb. 25, at the Lied Imperial Public Library. Two leading agricultural economists, Dr. Art Barnaby and Dr. Dan O’Brien, will be pres...
  • Local church hosting 13 week program on finances

    For the fifth year, Christian Faith Outreach Church in Imperial is hosting a Financial Peace University program designed to help families positively change their financial futures. The first meeting of the 13-week program was held Feb. 14, but JR and Char...
  • Lack of sleep affects overall well-being

    Zzzzzzzzzzz. Zzzzzzzzzzz. Zzzzzzzzzzzzz. Are you getting enough z’s in your life? Frankly, the credit given to ample quality sleep is sometimes shorted. Face it, you think better, feel better and look better when you’re well rested. Unfortunately I...
  • Olympics push all ofA us to be better

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Among my favorite times of year are these two weeks every two years when the Olympics come around. The Winter Games are now underway, and will continue through the closing ceremonies on Sunday, Feb. 28. ...

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