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  • Just where might the fire hall be built?

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A new Imperial fire hall may be sited at the original location on Broadway, north of the library, based on votes and discussions at two meetings the past week. However, no formal council action on building it there ...
  • Election filing deadlines approaching

    Incumbent deadline for most offices is Feb. 18; March 3 for new filers By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The filing deadline for incumbent office holders is just over three weeks away. So far filings have been slow at the Chase County Clerk’s off...
  • Six being interviewed for two police openings

    Kyle Hansen promoted to sergeant on force By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In his first report to the city council as police chief Monday, Ryan Wisnieski said he and a committee were interviewing six applicants for police officer positions open in I...
  • Campaign being planned to recycle, reuse in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A group of residents involved with WasteCap Nebraska, a project aimed at zero waste community education, last Friday began planning its opening steps in the campaign to educate the public about recycling and reusing i...
  • Brickstone’s final day will be Jan. 31

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Owners of the Brickstone Grille & sports Bar announced this week that Friday, Jan. 31, will be their final night of operation. Sisters Beth Bremer and Lisa Mintling purchased the restaurant and opened it in Oct...
  • Krutsinger earns Eagle Scout

    During a Court of Honor Jan. 19, Korey Krutsinger was awarded the highest Boy Scout rank, the Eagle Scout. His service project consisted of building a picnic shelter at Rock Creek State Recreation Area near Parks. Speaking at the Court of Honor for Krutsi...
  • Chase County eighth grader a grand champion at Stock Show

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican For more than 75 years, the Denver Stock Show’s Catch-A-Calf Contest has drawn youths from Colorado, Nebraska, Wyoming and Kansas. And this year, the program’s Grand Champion hails from Imperial. Emma Ferguson, 13...
  • Wauneta native will succeed retiring Nebraska Corn Board executive director

    ■ Editor’s note: A Nebraska Corn Board press release was used to compile parts of this story.By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The Nebraska Corn Board announced Tuesday that Wauneta alum Kelly Brunkhorst will take over as executive director of th...
  • How heart-warming to see youngsters caring, sharing

    How heart warming to see youngsters caring and sharingI’m a firm believer in giving back. Pay it forward. Help make a difference.              It warmed my heart to see a group of young fourth grade girls take the bull by the horns and make...
  • It’s time to give recycling another big push

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Over the years, Imperial and the word recycling have been almost synonymous in this area and across Nebraska. Those of us who have lived here awhile know that, but our newer residents may not. Much of ...
  • Student teacher familiar with Imperial area

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Benkelman native Alexandria “Alex” Rettele (Ret-ley) is student teaching at Chase County Schools (CCS) this semester. She will spend eight weeks each with teachers Renae Bottom and Al Zuege. Rettele will graduate ...
  • FFA to send individuals, teams to state in spring

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican At the FFA Leadership Skills and Career Development Events competition in Curtis in November and January, a number of individuals and teams from the Imperial FFA chapter earned qualification for the state contest, sla...
  • Lady Longhorns have week off after Monday SPVA loss

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Suffering a loss in Monday’s first round of the SPVA Conference girls’ basketball tourney gives Chase County a full week off before the next action. The Lady Longhorns, seeded seventh, lost to No. 2 Hershey Monday...
  • Longhorns will play football in Class C1 next two years

    A difference of 105 students from largest in Class C1 to smallest By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns will play football in Class C1 for the next two football seasons, according to classifications released by the Nebr...
  • Longhorns medal four at home meet

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Head Wrestling Coach Matt Vlasin was a little disappointed in his team’s performance Saturday at the Chase County Wresling Invitational. The boys looked flat and seemed to lack the intensity needed, said Vlasin. Bry...
  • Chase County teams headed to district bowling

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Members of Chase County’s high school bowling teams will be headed to districts on Saturday, but the boys’ and girls’ teams will be headed to different Class C sites. Chase County’s girls’ team will be compe...
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  • Longhorns take down Gothenburg in overtime

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Last week proved to be a big week for the Longhorn boys. They started with a takedown of state-ranked and defending state champion Southern Valley on Tuesday. They cruised to a win over Perkins County on Thursday. ...
  • Another year of events in works

    By Merrilyn LeibbrandtImperial Chamber President The Imperial Chamber of Commerce is working toward another great year of events that both promote Imperial businesses and thank our customers for their support and patronage. Upcoming events include: Ag ...
  • CCS takes large team to Wallace speech contest

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools speech team came in fourth in a 13-school speech tournament at Wallace Jan. 18. Perkins County High School took first place, with Hershey, St. Pat’s Catholic and Chase County High Schools ...

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