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  • Umpire clinic teaches mechanics, situations

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Seven men and young adults from the area gained valuable information from an experienced umpire at a clinic here Sunday afternoon.    And, by completing the clinic and the open book test given at the clinic, ...
  • Taylor May an All-American again after battling to 5th place finish at nationals

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    University of Nebraska-Kearney wrestler Taylor May of Imperial earned All-American honors with his fifth place finish in the NCAA Division II championships held last weekend in Houston, Texas.    This marks...
  • Fifty-two out for Longhorn track teams

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    A total of 52 high school athletes are out for the 2009 track season at Chase County Schools.    And, the total is divided equally with 26 girls and 26 boys on the two rosters.    The first day of practice...
  • CCS junior meets Congressman Smith

    Nebraska Third District Congressman Adrian smith met with Chase County Schools’ junior Josh Richmond last Thursday in Washington, D.C. Richmond was visiting the nation’s Capitol as part of the National Young Leaders Conference (NYLC). The conference o...
  • Alumni directors named for upcoming May banquet

        Plans are underway for the annual alumni banquet for graduates of Chase County High School.    Classes ending in “9” will be honored at this year’s banquet set for May 23 at the high school. The class directors are as follows:    1939...
  • Chase County fourth grader is third in statewide poster contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    A poster created by Annie Polly placed third in a statewide contest preceding the upcoming severe weather season.    Open to fourth graders across the state, the announcement of winners was scheduled a few we...
  • Golfers honing skills for upcoming season

    Members of the Chase County Longhorn golf team took advantage of warm, sunny weather early this week to hone their skills for the upcoming season. A total of 15 golfers comprise this year’s team. On Monday, the trio of Skylar Reinke, left, and Keithan C...
  • Hospital Foundation provides funds for new wheelchair at clinic

        Chase County Clinic has been in need of a wheelchair to assist patients when they arrive at the clinic.     Lee Kunnemann, officer manager at the clinic, had researched wheelchairs that would be easy for patients to use, take up less space than ...
  • 38 Special, Little Big Town to entertain at 2009 fair

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Both rock and country music fans will get to enjoy their genre of music again at this year’s Chase County Fair.    Fair organizers announced this week the rock group 38 Special and the country group Littl...
  • Grass fire scorches acres at city limits

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Homeowners in the northwest part of Imperial experienced some heightened concerns last Thursday as a grass fire burned dangerously close to their properties.    Winds that seemingly picked up all of a sudden ...
  • State alleges 13-year-old involved in church fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    A 13-year-old Imperial youth is alleged to have been involved in the Aug. 28, 2008, fire at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Imperial.    In the youth’s first hearing in Chase County Juvenile Court on Mar...
  • City, schools and hospital join in county-wide emergency alert system

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    An emergency message delivery system will soon be in place in Chase County, that will inform residents quickly of weather alerts, road closings, evacuations, school closings and more.    Spearheaded by Chase ...
  • What people won’t do to make money illegally

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Business owners, bankers and law enforcement personnel took advantage of a counterfeit detection seminar in Imperial Tuesday to learn how to thwart thieves from profiting from bad currency, money orders and more...
  • Burnside turned over to Kansas authorities on felony burglary charges there

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Blake Burnside was in Chase County Court Wednesday, March 4, and after his hearing, was quickly whisked off to Kansas with Comanche County authorities on two felony burglary warrants in that state.    Burnsid...
  • FCSAmerica distributes $2.2 million to area producers

        Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) customers in theNorth Platte Marketplace area, which includes Dundy, Chase, Perkins, Keith, Red Willow, Hitchcock, Furnas, Frontier, Hayes, Lincoln, Arthur, McPherson, Logan, Thomas, Hooker, Grant and Ch...
  • Lynn Flaming awarded ‘Friend of Conservation Award’

        Lynn Flaming of Elsie was awarded the Upper Republican NRD 2008 Friend of Conservation Award, Saturday night in Enders at the Southwestern Nebraska Pheasants Forever 19th Annual Banquet.     Flaming and his wife Marlene were present to receive t...
  • Private pesticide training set for March 23 in Trenton

        An additional training date for individuals that need to renew their Private Pesticide Certification has been set in Trenton on March 23 at 10 a.m. in the Hitchcock County Courthouse.     This date will also allow those wishing to get their init...
  • Stromberger steer takes top honors at Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic

        An 870 lb. crossbred steer shown by Tanner Stromberger of Imperial was selected the Supreme Market Animal at the 2009 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Feb. 22 in Kearney.    The steer topped between 300 and 350 other animals in the competition hel...
  • Water issues will eventually entangle the whole state

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-PublisherJust a few years ago, groundwater irrigators in other parts of Nebraska never dreamed of facing the kind of upheaval irrigators in the Republican Basin have been experiencing since the 2002 compact set...
  • Thrift, resell stores confused about new federal law regarding children’s items

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Becky Berry, manager of the Imperial Community Center and its thrift shop, wants some answers regarding a federal law that took effect Feb. 10. The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) says that produ...

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