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  • Sheriff’s department investigating vehicle, equipment thefts

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Sheriff’s office is investigating several thefts that occurred last week between 10 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, and 5 a.m. the next day.     According to a report from Sheriff Kevin Mueller, unknow...
  • Imperial native experiences Nepal earthquake firsthand

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Carli Schultz, the daughter of Jan and Nick Schultz of Imperial, has traveled to foreign countries, both as a nurse and tourist. Each time, Carli’s mom is apprehensive about her traveling abroad. This time, she ...
  • BRAN 35 just a little over month away

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze It’s hard to believe, but BRAN (Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska) riders, staff and supporters will arrive in Wauneta in just a little over a month. The 35th BRAN ride will kick off from Wauneta on Sunday, June 7. BRA...
  • Color, texture explode on quilt palette

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican One of Rogene Margritz’s first quilting memories was sitting under a large quilting frame at Mary Hausenour’s house in Wallace. It was Thanksgiving day, the men were watching football and the women gathered to...
  • Scott’s Pump Service planning for June 1 opening

    Construction started April 20 on a new wood-framed steel building going up in the southeast corner of the Cornerstone property for Scott’s Pump Service, a new business in Imperial that owner Scott Moser hopes to have operating by June 1. On Monday, a wo...
  • Andersons purchase tree service

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Heidi and Jason Anderson of Enders purchased Triple J Tree Service of Holyoke, Colo. April 18. Their 5 Star Tree Service LLC will offer tree trimming and tree/stump removal within a 60-mile radius. Heidi Anderson said...
  • SourceGas reminds customers to call 811 before any digging

    Before taking on an outdoor digging project, SourceGas reminds homeowners and contractors to call 811 to have underground utility lines marked. “It’s a safety issue and it’s the law,” said Theresa Donnelly, SourceGas spokesperson. “When an und...
  • Talbott Brothers band, two others to perform in Imperial in July

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Former Imperial residents Nick and Tyler Talbott and their band The Talbott Brothers will headline the Good Living Tour’s concert in Imperial July 17. Joining the band will be See Through Dresses and The Bottle Tops...
  • Prospective kindergartners visit school

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Friday will be a big day for prospective kindergarten students at Chase County Schools. The little ones will experience a “real” kindergarten day, but in a shortened time frame. Their day starts in the kindergarte...
  • Thirty-five years of teaching ends soon

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Virginia Ortiz-Harford has a “bucket list” of things she wants to do and places she wants to see. When she retires from teaching at Chase County Schools (CCS) this spring, she plans to see the fall leaves on the E...
  • Chiropractor speaks on goal of missions work

    By Becky UehlingGrant Sentinal Tribune For the past 11 years, Chiropractor Dr. Chad Hawk of Castle Rock, Colo., has traveled to third-world countries for one purpose, to share the gift of adjustments. “We have seen tremendous changes” in the people ...
  • Our hearts go out to people of Nepal

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor The images coming out of the poor Asian country of Nepal have been heartbreaking. As one of the poorest countries in the world, the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Saturday has affected upwards of eig...
  • Veteran’s perspectives

    ■ Editor’s note: These personal stories are part of The Imperial Republican’s efforts to highlight Chase County veterans and their experiences during the Vietnam War era. Due to the interest generated by the visit of The Traveling Vietnam Wall, we w...
  • End-of-year school music concerts start next week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The end of the school year nears and with it the end-of-year concerts at Chase County Schools. The first of several concerts and performances starts Monday, when the K-3 vocal concert is held starting at 6 p.m. in the...
  • Lady Longhorns breeze to big home meet win

    New 3200 relay record set by Chase Co. teamBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Scoring points in every event lifted the Lady Longhorns to the championship at its home meet in Imperial April 21. And wining nine events, including three of the four relay...
  • Longhorns take runner-up spot at home meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County athletes scored in every event but two as the Longhorn boys finished second at last week’s home invitational that drew five other teams. In all, the Longhorns took the top spot in five events. Coach Car...
  • Girls first, boys third at Hershey

    Teams look forward to SPVA, hoping for repeat championshipsBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The Lady Longhorns ran away with the title at Saturday’s Mike Troxel Track Invitational in Hershey, while the Longhorns boys finished third. However, the bo...
  • Summer baseball, softball teams being finalized

    Two coaches, Pee Wee players still needed;Pony draft is MondayBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican While most of the summer baseball and softball teams are finalized, a few players and two coaches are still needed to complete teams. That’s according to...
  • Two from Imperial complete Oklahoma City marathon

    Kerry Swanson, left, and Emily Ringleman, both Imperial natives and graduates of Chase County Schools, crossed the finish line in the Oklahoma City Marathon held Sunday. Swanson finished with a time of 4:30.11, while Ringleman was clocked at 5:29.12. Mo...
  • Longhorn golfers fourth at Perkins County, Southwest

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County golfers finished with a pair of fourth place finishes in meets last week. The Longhorns shot a team total of 377 at the Perkins County meet Tuesday, April 21. Dundy County took the team title with a 3...

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