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  • Youngsters welcome snow; area gets needed moisture

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  • Fire hall’s bond issue vote moved to later this year

    Pros, cons of two sites still being considered By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Council members continue to look at the pros and cons of two sites being considered for a future Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) fire hall. That for cer...
  • New Officer in Charge at post office

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican As of last Friday, there is a new Officer in Charge at the Imperial Post Office. Barbara (Barb) Prottsman will head the Imperial, Enders and Champion Post Offices until a new postmaster is hired. Prottsman repla...
  • Activities bus still out of commission

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The big white Chase County Schools activities bus hasn’t been on the road since it broke down Dec. 5 on a basketball trip to Cozad. The 2008 Bus Coach International has been at Inland Truck Parts in North Plat...
  • More Cornerstone development on city’s One and Six Year Street Plan

      By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican More development in the city’s Cornerstone property heads the list of priorities in the city’s One and Six Year Street Plan approved Monday night after a public hearing. Luke Dutcher of Miller & Asso...
  • Larges continue to serve mission in Haiti

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Dale and Elisa Large recently returned from their second mission trip to Haiti through Faith Missions International of Omaha. The Larges, of rural Imperial, were drawn to the project through brother-in-law Stuar...
  • Spady certified as Medical Examiner for Department of Transportation

    Jodi Spady, Physician’s Assistant at Chase County Community Hospital and Clinic, received training and became a Certified Medical Examiner for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FCMSA), a division of the U. S. Department of Transportation...
  • LEAD participants return from Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic

    Twenty-five Nebraska LEAD 32 Fellows, including four from this area, recently returned from the 2014 International Study/Travel Seminar to Slovakia, Poland and the Czech Republic. “Our international study is designed to provide firsthand appreciation ...
  • Postmaster honored at reception

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  • Petition process needed for fire hall construction

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican City officials learned recently a petition drive is needed for a fire hall bond issue to be placed before city voters. City Clerk/Administrator Jo Leyland said the need for a petition arose when she was visiting...
  • Small towns continue to depend on local newspapers

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican News Editor The deadline for our annual state newspaper contest was last Friday, and as we worked off and on the previous week or so finalizing our entries, I was again amazed at all of the events on which we reporte...
  • Colorado augmentation project begins pumping

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican With the go-ahead from Kansas, Colorado began pumping water from their northeast Colorado augmentation project. The Compact Compliance Pipeline (CCP) started delivering water to the North Fork of the Republica...
  • ‘Joggin for Frogmen’ 5K, kids’ race in May

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Local runners and walkers will have another opportunity for some competition in late May when the Joggin’ for Frogmen event comes to Imperial on Saturday, May 31. Kelsey Owens is organizing the event here beca...
  • Wrestlers switch to Arapahoe tournament due to weather

    By Alan Carman The Imperial Republican Due to the road conditions last Friday, the Longhorn wrestling team was forced to opt out of the wrestling tourney in Curtis. Late Friday evening, Head Coach Matt Vlasin was able to get the wrestlers into the Ar...
  • Longhorns roll to 33-point win over Haxtun

    Rematch with St. Pat’s set for Friday night By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Longhorn Coach Carl Zuege felt uneasy going into last week’s game with the Haxtun, Colo., Bulldogs. His team had just come off an emotional week. They defeated ...
  • Lady Longhorns have easy time against Haxtun; pick up fourth win

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Chase County’s Lady Longhorns picked up their fourth win of the season Jan. 28 with a decisive 50-23 win over Haxtun, Colo. Eight Lady Longhorns scored in the game, and two were in double figures, as they neve...
  • Planning for alumni banquet underway

    Those organizing the annual Chase County High School alumni banquet met this week when plans for the Saturday, May 24, event were on the agenda. Six Alumni Association officers and five class directors attended the meeting held at the school. Class d...
  • CCS competes in huge speech meet

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Chase County Schools (CCS) came in fifth out of 19 schools at the Perkins County speech tournament in Grant Saturday. The top schools were Ogallala, Sidney, Perkins County and St. Pat’s High Schools. CCS stu...
  • Pan Jumbies ensemble to bring Caribbean sound to Holyoke

    Phillips County Arts Council presents the Pan Jumbies—Colorado’s professional source for Caribbean steel band music. The band will take the stage Sunday, Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. at the Holyoke High School auditorium. The Pan Jumbies is one of North Americ...
  • Fundraiser to be held for Darin Neben’s medical costs

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Although Kristina and Tyler Neben haven’t lived in Culbertson all that long, the town is rallying around them as son Darin, 7, undergoes cancer treatments. Darin is the grandson of Deb and Jim Hayes of Imperia...

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