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  • Well, fish enjoyed the cool weather

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican It was cool and misty during the Southwest Nebraska Izaak Walton League’s Ron Berry Memorial Kids Fishing Day Saturday. That didn’t hurt the fishing, but those participating were bundled up. About 16 children s...
  • Five teachers sent off with a fond good-bye

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  • Cinema scene

    “Rio 2” (G)—Jewel, Blu and their three kids leave their domesticated life in that magical city of Rio for a journey to the Amazon. Along the way, they encounter a menagerie of characters who are born to be wild. Featured voices include Jake T. Austi...
  • New commissioner elected; Ricketts, Sasse advance in statewide races

    ■ Primary Election unofficial results available with your paid subscription. By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Voters in Chase County’s 2nd District decided in Tuesday’s Primary Election it was time for a new commissioner. Challenger Dave...
  • Anticipation builds for CCS graduation

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The colors cobalt blue and silver will flow down the aisle Saturday as members of the Class of 2014 receive their diplomas in gowns of their class colors. The graduation ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the Ch...
  • Randy Vlasin to leave hospital position for teaching

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican In August, Chase County Hospital Foundation executive director Randy Vlasin will return to his first professional love—teaching. Vlasin said he will leave his current position in August to become the Agricultu...
  • Planning underway for Feed My Starving Children event

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Planning is already underway for the fourth annual Feed My Starving Children packing event in Imperial. Southwest Nebraska Meals for God’s Children sponsors the event that will be held again at the Crossroads ...
  • re:Voiced fills auditorium with a cappella music, fun

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican An estimated crowd of 185 was captivated by two hours of a cappella music May 7 as the five-member re:Voiced group entertained here. Squeezing in a performance here the night before they started an Alaskan cruise...
  • FFVF trip instills lasting memories

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican If the level of enthusiasm was any indication, the eight students who recently completed the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (FFVF) trip sponsored by the Chase County chapter had a great time. Not only that, th...
  • Museum opens season with quilts

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The sounds in the Chase County Museum in Champion are muffled this week. That’s because the sound is being absorbed by 133 quilts and wall hangings on display. The museum opened last Sunday with the annual commun...
  • Med student visits clinic, hospital

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Omaha resident Elisabeth Tracey is rounding out her first year of medical school with a rotation at Chase County Clinic and Chase County Community Hospital. Tracey, who is a student at the University of Nebraska Me...
  • Postmaster is familiar face

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican It’s official. Barbara (Barb) Prottsman is the new postmaster at the Imperial Post Office. Prottsman has been the Officer in Charge since February, when former Postmaster Jerry Lines retired. At that time, no one...
  • Businesses, individuals, school recognized for contributions

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Six local businesses, two  individuals and Chase County Schools received recognition Monday for their contributions to the Imperial community. Imperial Chamber President Merrilyn Leibbrandt presented the recogn...
  • Election brings some surprises; voters have final say

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor As with most elections, Tuesday’s Primary in Nebraska had a few surprises. But, in the end, as it’s always been in our republic, the voters had the final say. There were few local races, since most ...
  • Golfers win Kimball Invitational meet

    District meet Monday By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Two of the best team scores turned in by the Longhorn golfers this season have come at Kimball’s Four Winds Golf Course. On May 2, they won the SPVA tournament held there with a 352. Last...
  • Girls again dominate scoring in last regular season meet

    CCS 1600 m. relay team breaks Chase Co. school record; two other meet records fall   By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A new 1600 meter relay school record is in the books for the Chase County girls after their performance at Friday’s Dundy Co...
  • Longhorn boys have good chance of multiple state meet qualifiers

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican District track arrives today (Thursday) and the Longhorn boys’ track team has a good shot of qualifying a large group of athletes. That’s the assessment from Head Coach Carl Zuege, who’ll be traveling to Baya...
  • Longhorn athletes in spotlight at annual awards banquet

    Seniors Anna Bauerle, Justus Wallin are Ray Magsamen winners By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Athletes in 10 high school sports and cheerleading at Chase County Schools were recognized Sunday night at the annual CCS Athletic Awards Banquet. About...
  • Youth experience soapbox thrills

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican When the Wild West Super Kids Soapbox Derby was held in Ogallala May 3, two young men from Imperial made their debut. In a separate division for youth ages 7-17 with disabilities, Nathanael Rau and Isaiah Christens...
  • Coaches honored at athletic banquet

                                    A couple of coaches at Chase County Schools were in the spotlight Sunday as the school and community celebrated the past year of athletics and cheerleading at the annual Athletic Awards Ban...

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