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  • Rifle deer season over

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican It was a successful nine days for deer hunters in Chase County, with the season ending Sunday. A total of 533 deer were checked in at Lakers Bait & Tackle LLC in Enders. According to owner Ron Schoenberger, that...
  • Students perform in All-State Choir

    Elizabeth Reeves, Katelyn Stamm and Brendan Pump performed in the Nebraska Music Educators Association (NMEA) All-State Children’s Choir at the Lied Center in Lincoln Thursday afternoon, Nov. 19. Rehearsals started with 300 fourth and fifth graders earl...
  • Nebraska high schools graduate 9 of every 10 seniors in 2015

    Nebraska public high schools graduated nine of every 10 seniors in 2015, setting a nearly 89 percent graduation rate. That 89 percent graduation rate represents a slight decrease from the nearly 90 percent graduation rate set the previous year, according...
  • Sue Knobbe wins gifting opportunity

    As a means of making more connections the fund advisory committee of the Imperial Community Foundation fund (ICFF) started a facebook page, managed by Elizabeth Haarberg, ICFF vice chairman. The first 100 people to “like” the page had a chance to dete...
  • Give the gift of learning

    People searching for Christmas gifts don’t have to look any further than Mid-Plains Community College. MPCC is again offering tuition gift certificates – an increasingly popular option that helps defray the cost of classes and other college-related ex...
  • Steven Fish a winner in Quick Pitch competition

    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Center for Entrepreneurship hosted the seventh annual 3-2-1 Quick Pitch competition Nov. 19 in the Memorial Stadium west skyboxes. Seventy students were selected to pitch their business ideas out of 150 applicants, makin...
  • Young Americans turn up music

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Longhorn gym at Chase County Schools (CCS) resounded with music Saturday night as 221 CCS students performed “Turn Up the Music” with The Young Americans. This is the second time The Young Americans have given...
  • ALLO Communications to be acquired by Nelnet of Lincoln

    Alliance will foster future growth of ALLOBy Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nelnet, a Lincoln-based company,  announced Monday it has agreed to acquire ALLO Communications of Imperial. ALLO will become a subsidiary of Nelnet and will retain its brand...
  • CCS teachers offered financial incentive again for resignations

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Teachers at Chase County Schools will again be offered a financial incentive to let administration know early if they plan to resign or retire. At the Nov. 10 meeting, board of education members voted unanimously to o...
  • Veterans saluted at Imperial Manor

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Six veterans of United States military services were honored Nov. 11 for service to their country at Imperial Manor. Army Veteran Armando Villarreal presented the colors during the ceremony, while Chase County Schools...
  • ‘Turn Up the Music’ turned out the town Saturday

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  • School bloodmobile an ‘over achiever’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The American Red Cross Bloodmobile held at Chase County Schools (CCS) last Thursday surpassed the goals set for units donated. School Nurse Angie Paisley said “we overachieved on everything.” With a goal of 87 uni...
  • Ribbons cut at two businesses

    Two ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce last Friday. Welcomed to town were, at top, Exceptional Prints by Champa Group LLC, represented by, from left, Rod Keiser, Samie Johnson with daughter Blake and Monica Burke. Plat...
  • Sustainable ag conference set for Dec. 5 in Ogalalla

    “The Value of Livestock on the Land” is the theme for the annual Western Sustainable Ag Crops and Livestock Conference set for Dec. 5 at Ogallala. Speakers with experience in both the real world and scientific research will share what they’ve learne...
  • Christmas punch cards out this week

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Chamber of Commerce “Experience Imperial” punch cards will be in the  hands of shoppers this week. The punch cards, which can net the shopper Chamber Bucks, were mailed in Imperial Monday, and in Hol...
  • Youth director anxious to help teens grow closer to Jesus

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Katie Dubas has a saying printed on the front of her business card that reads: “Helping youth meet Jesus, know the love of Jesus and give the love of Jesus to the world.” She said that’s a personal goal as she b...
  • Planning begins for annual The Gift program

    Planning for the fourth annual The Gift program in Imperial is beginning. Anyone wishing to adopt a family for Christmas may do so by contacting Amy Prior at 308-883-3948 by Saturday. Those wishing to donate gift certificates, gift cards, cash or Chamber ...
  • France suffers its own version of 9/11

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Our hearts go out to the people of France as they deal with the aftermath of a highly-orchestrated terrorist attack in Paris that left 129 people dead and injured another 350, some critically. In many ways, this ...
  • Young Americans experience ranks tops in my book

    By Lori PankoninThe Imperial RepublicanWow! Wow! Wow again. The Young Americans experience was ... Well ... Might I say WOW!The musical and dancing talents were absolutely phenomenal and the energy resounded. Although these young, vivacious performers fro...
  • Health agency supports ‘Great American Smokeout’ on Nov. 19

    Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) encourages current tobacco users to make a plan to quit today as part of the Great American Smokeout. “SWNPHD will provide free quit smoking and quit spit kits to anyone in our nine-county health dist...

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