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  • T-Ball program off and running

    A stop by Schroeder Park Monday through Thursday each week will find a lot of activity on the little league fields. That’s where the boys’ and girls’ T-Ball programs are underway from 5 to 6 p.m. four days a week. Last Wednesday, the boys section ...
  • New high school courses added to CCS curriculum

    Dialogue continues on proposed valedictorian, salutatorian policyBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Students in grades 9-12 at Chase County Schools have two new course offerings available next school year. The two new courses, each one semester in leng...
  • Online discount offered on fair’s two grandstand shows

    Discounts offered on new online ticketingsite through June 30 By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Music fans planning to attend this year’s country shows at the Chase County Fair can save at least $5 per ticket if they buy their tickets online by J...
  • Council hopeful as Senior Services budget approved

    New administrator hired; will start July 6By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican More hopeful discussion was in the mix Monday night as city council members reviewed, then approved, the Senior Services 2015-16 budget. Doug Gaswick, chairman of the Senior S...
  • Imperial Housing Authority recognized for renovation efforts

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Housing Authority received recognition last week for their ongoing efforts to renovate and improve Sunrise Apartments. The U.S. Department of Agriculture-backed property was named the first-ever recip...
  • New Spirit Catholic Radio up and running in Imperial area

    New faith-based station can be accessed at 104.3By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After more than a year of planning, the Imperial area now has a new FM radio station on the air. The 75-foot tower for Imperial’s affiliate of Spirit Catholic Radio wa...
  • Diffendal: One dedicated scientist

    The recent SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences) camp in Imperial welcomed back many familiar faces as presenters. One of the most faithful is Dr. Robert F. Diffendal, Jr., who has attended 25 out of the 27 camps. The 74-year-old is a geologi...
  • Pheasants Forever hosting landowner habitat tour on pollinators June 25

    Landowners will learn about area pollinators, pollinator habitat, plants on local tour Pheasants Forever, NRCS and Nebraska Game and Parks will be hosting “What’s the Buzz about Pollinators?” tour in Imperial next Thursday, June 25. Pollinating ins...
  • Imperial EMS improving services, equipment with help from grant

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze With the approval of Chase County Commissioners Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr. to purchase new equipment, heart patients aboard Imperial EMS ambulances will soon be receiving better care. Deb Hayes attended the June 9 comm...
  • Fifth annual Feed My Starving Children event planned for July

    tEvent planned for July 23-25 in ImperialBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Southwest Nebraska Meals for God’s Children (SNMGC) will reach a milestone of sorts when they hold their fifth annual packing event for Feed My Starving Children (FMSC). B...
  • Church celebrates 10 years with Pastor Kahle

    When Pastor David and wife Meranda Kahle’s daughter Tapainga graduated from Chase County Schools just over a year ago, some people thought they’d leave Zion Lutheran Church and Imperial for another church. But no. The Kahles have no plans for leaving...
  • More hopeful outlook at senior care facilities

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor After several meetings that were more on the negative side, it was a little better atmosphere Monday as the city council and mayor discussed the operation of Imperial’s senior care facilities—Imperi...
  • SCORE open house provides up-close encounters

    By Dharma Blake-ColeThe Wauneta Breeze SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences)  hosted an open house Wednesday, June 10. Upon entering Chase County Schools people were greeted by animal hides provided by Riverside Discovery Center in Scottsblu...
  • Check out your family tree

    Genealogy will be the hot topic at the Chase County Museum in Champion this Sunday. Kaylene Silvester will be on hand with several internet genealogical search sites to help get people on the right track for their family trees. Names, dates, locations and...
  • VFW Post, Auxiliary recognized for achievements

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Andrew Kinder VFW Post #4688 earned recognition for their performance the past year during the state VFW convention in Norfolk June 4-7. Commander P.J. Pajerski and Quartermaster Bud Statz were selecte...
  • Imperial holds annual swim meet Saturday

    Imperial’s swimming pool was a beehive of activity Saturday morning when the swim team held their annual meet at the pool. Teams from Imperial, Perkins County, Benkelman, Atwood, Kan., and St. Francis, Kan. competed in the meet. Here, these girls get of...
  • Morgan Peterson will get another chance at Coors Field Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Members of the Bruce Peterson family will be in Denver again this weekend for the Pitch, Hit and Run Team Championships, where their daughter and sister, Morgan, will be competing. It’s becoming a familiar trip for ...
  • Chase County players on winning West All-Star Team

    MaKenna Ketter and Paige Spady were big contributors in Saturday’s West Nebraska All-Star volleyball match in Scottsbluff. Both Chase County graduates were on the winning West Team, too, that won three of the five sets. Stats from the game show Ketter ...
  • Legion teams still looking for first wins

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior and Senior Legion baseball teams are still looking for their first wins of the season after losses to McCook and Broken Bow last week. Pitching depth and inconsistent hitting have hampered both ...
  • Longhorn trio part of victorious West Team

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The West Team in Saturday’s West Nebraska All-Star Football Game took a dominating 25-7 win at the annual gridiron contest in Scottsbluff. The West Team, which included three graduated Chase County seniors on its ro...

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