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  • Hospital Foundation annual golf benefit raising money to match Challenge Grant

    The Chase County Hospital Foundation is in the final stages of preparation for the seventh annual Slice Fore Life Golf Benefit, a four-person scramble to be held June 21. The annual event will be held at the Imperial Country Club. Registration begins at ...
  • Imperial wins first swim meet of season

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Cool weather greeted the Imperial swim team and three visiting squads for the first swim meet of the season at the Imperial Public Pool. Coach Kristi McNair said nearly all of the team’s 75 swimmers were at the m...
  • Gold Team prevails in high-scoring all-star game

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Chase County’s Justus Wallin played on the winning Gold Team in Friday’s 8th annual Mid-Plains Area All-Star Basketball Boys’ Game. In a high-scoring contest, the Gold All-Stars overcame the Black 95-91. The...
  • CCS musicians in All-Star Marching Band

    Two Chase County Schools students were among 195 high school students from across Nebraska who participated in the 20th annual Masonic All-Star Marching Band, which performed Saturday during Shrine Bowl festivities in Kearney. Participating were Jessica ...
  • Singers get another chance to perform in Branson

    Members of the 9th St. Singers at Chase County Schools had the chance to perform in Branson, Mo., recently during a trip there May 28 through June 1.       The group performed twice during the weekend and had a number of other great experiences, said ...
  • Learning fundamentals of America’s game

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  • Sage Addition street assessment process underway

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Property owners in the city’s Sage Addition are enjoying newly paved cement streets, curb/gutter and drainage work. Now that the contractor  has received a final payment on the $1.4 million project, the council ...
  • Steve Lewis named new hospital CEO

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) will welcome a new chief executive officer come July 14.  Last week, Steve Lewis of Atlantic, Iowa signed a three-year contract to head up the hospital. Interim CEO Gary B...
  • Joggin’ for Frogmen a fun family event

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  • City sales tax funds expected to drop at least 20 percent

    ■ Year’s first quarter sales tax tops $116,000. PAGE 2. LB 96, passed this spring, goes into effect Oct. 1   By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It caught many city officials by surprise. The 40-0-9 passage of LB 96 in the Nebraska Legislatur...
  • Year’s first quarter sales tax tops $116,000

    ■ City sales tax funds expected to drop at least 20 percent. PAGE 1. By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Tallies are in for the 2014 first quarter city sales tax, and they are up considerably from the first quarter of 2013 by about $4,500. March w...
  • County’s Ag Safety Day nears

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Chase County’s Progressive Agriculture Ag Safety Day for youths is fast approaching. The June 21 event will be held at the fairgrounds from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., when youths will be able to take in an immense amount ...
  • Wish for Disneyland comes true for Imperial youth

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican If you were Aladdin and found a magic lamp, and the genie granted you three wishes, what would they be? Dustin Holmes of Imperial looks forward to meeting Aladdin this week in Disneyland, because the trip to the ma...
  • New electronic records bringing changes at CCC Hospital, Clinics

    Staff at Chase County Community Hospital and Clinic has been working diligently over the past nine months on implementation of a new electronic medical record system. The federal government has mandated that all healthcare organizations have electronic re...
  • New bookkeeping, payroll business

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Imperial native Tim Strand has opened InBalance LLC, a bookkeeping and payroll consulting firm in Imperial. Strand said his business will be geared toward small businesses and farmers. “It’s for those people wh...
  • Cinema scene

    “Godzilla” (PG-13)—The government tried to destroy him in 1954, dropping nuclear bombs into the Pacific Ocean under the pretense of weapons testing. Instead, mankind awakened a new terror. Now, Godzilla rises again to restore balance as humanity sta...
  • Driver sustains minor injuries in rollover last week

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  • Tractor rally in area raising funds for wounded military

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A statewide tractor rally is heading across Nebraska and will be in the area later this week. Sponsored by the Nebraska Antique Farming Association, 125 antique tractors were scheduled to start from Nebraska City l...
  • Opportunities offered to support hospital efforts

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Are we up to the challenge—a challenge grant, that is? This week, BW Telcom of Wauneta and Benkelman announced a $25,000 challenge grant to the Chase County Hospital Foundation. Raise $25,000 and they will mat...
  • Joggin’ for Frogmen event big success

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican For their first effort, organizers of Imperial’s Joggin’ for Frogmen 5K and kids’ race Saturday were pleased. Kelsey Owens, who coordinated the first of what will likely be an annual event, said their rough e...

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