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  • Superintendent contract okayed; principals given salary increases

    School board approves 2015-16 calendar with 2:30 out on all FridaysBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A busy Feb. 10 school board meeting included action on new Supt. Joey Lefdal’s two-year contract, salary increases for the CCS principals and a big ...
  • New Harchelroad dealership taking shape

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Harchelroad Motors’ new dealership building at 600 East Hwy. 6 started to take shape last week when the steel sidewalls and roof went up. Construction of the new dealership facility brings the company full circ...
  • Ag-related business interested in Cornerstone lots

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial may have a new ag-related business based on action taken at Tuesday’s city council meeting. The council approved a recommendation from the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) selling two lots in the city’s ...
  • Future of Eagles looking brighter

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The financial status of Eagles Aerie #3472 in Imperial is good for now. That’s  compared to last summer, when the future of the club was uncertain. Trustee Mike Liewer said the rosier outlook is due to several thin...
  • Pioneer family to be honored as 2015 fair grand marshals

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Both sides of Jack Maddux’s family homesteaded in Chase County, reaching back to 1886. Since that time, the name Maddux has become familiar to most county residents and has also become associated with many local, st...
  • Teachers ask to team-teach kindergarten class next year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Board members at Chase County Schools will discuss further a request from two elementary teachers who want to team-teach a kindergarten class next school year. The request from Jacci Paisley and Ashley Exum came to th...
  • Hey kids—it’s your chance to be a news reporter

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Students in grades 3-8 have the chance to show their skills as a reporter in The Imperial Republican’s “Be a Reporter Contest” now underway. It’s the newspaper’s way of observing Newspapers in Education (NIE...
  • Hospital foundation holding appreciation social

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Desserts, hors d’oeuvres and music will be featured at the Chase County Hospital Foundation’s appreciation event next Saturday, Feb. 28. The event will be held at the St. Patrick’s Parish Hall on main street, ...
  • NRD sets hearing for chemigation permit fees

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Farmers and other members of the public will get the opportunity to offer their input Tuesday, March 10, on a proposal by the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) to increase chemigation permit fees a...
  • Bid proposals, hospital assessment highlight commissioners’ meeting

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze The Chase County Commissioners sifted through a variety of bids and presented information at their Feb. 10 meeting. Representatives were on hand from Murphy John Deere, NMC Cat and  Titan Machinery to present bids for one...
  • Chase County official attends weed control conference

    Randy Bartlett, Chase County Weed Superintendent, attended the Nebraska Weed Control Association (NWCA) 68th annual conference in Kearney Feb. 9-11. The theme was “Formula for Successful Weed Management.” Session topics included invasive management p...
  • Holmes scheduled for surgery

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Following a consultation with surgeons at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha last week, Dustin Holmes of Imperial has been scheduled for surgery. The 18-year old will undergo surgery for at least six h...
  • February brings reminder to take care of your heart

    February is known for Valentine’s Day, the color red and hearts. While more emphasis is given to the middle of the month and the Valentine’s Day holiday just passed, the color red also signifies hearts in another realm—the one beating in your chest....
  • Suspense and spaghetti

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The cast has been announced for the Lied Imperial Library’s rendition of “Pasta, Passion & Pistols,” a melodrama scheduled for Feb. 27. Put on by the Friends of the Library, the murder mystery concerns the d...
  • Local artist Armando Villarreal featured on NET program

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Viewers of Nebraska Educational Television Monday night may have caught a glimpse  of Imperial artist Armando Villarreal. Nebraska Stories aired a feature of the artist working on a painting of David Ortiz of the Bos...
  • Another meeting being set on Wauneta/ Palisade talks with Hayes Center

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze So far, there is no new news on the possible activity cooperative agreement or district unification between Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools and Hayes Center Public Schools. Last week the Breeze reported WP and HC sc...
  • Registration opens March 1 for SCORE camps

    “Go Wild With Science” is the theme for this summer’s SCORE science camps, whose online registration opens March 1. The camps will be held the week of June 8-12. SCORE stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences. Parents can register onlin...
  • Girls’ regular season wins equal best in 15 years

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Thirteen wins in a season hasn’t been seen on the Lady Longhorn varsity girls’ record for 15 years. After winning Friday and Saturday in Holyoke, Colo., and Hershey to complete the regular season, Chase County...
  • Lady Longhorns see season end in subdistrict semifinals

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After upsetting No. 4 seed Gordon/Rushville by a basket in Monday’s play-in game of the C1-12 subdistrict tournament, the Lady Longhorns, seeded No. 5, lost to top-seeded Mitchell Tuesday. Tuesday’s 67-43 loss end...
  • Three finish in top 10 at state

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Three on the boys’ high school bowling team finished in the top 10 individually at the state bowling tournament Saturday. The team advanced to state held at Lincoln’s Sun Valley Lanes after finishing second in t...

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