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  • CCS third in speech tournament

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican It was a small Longhorn Speech Tournament in Imperial last Saturday, but it had great teaching potential. Chase County Schools (CCS) Speech Coach Jill Bauerle said “It was great to see our non-participating team mem...
  • MPCC ‘Reverse Transfer’ option deadline nears

    Time is running out for former Mid-Plains Community College students who hope to take advantage of the college’s “Reverse Transfer” program. Reverse Transfer allows students to transfer credits accumulated at a four-year university or other communit...
  • FCCLA says thanks to volunteers

    Members of the FCCLA chapter at Chase County Schools took time out Friday night to give a special thanks to the volunteers in the Imperial area. Special invitations were mailed to members of Imperial’s volunteer fire department, Emergency Medical Servic...
  • Students devise fundraiser for local hospital

    A group of third and fourth graders are doing their part in helping support Chase County Community Hospital with their own fundraiser. This past week, they began selling homemade bracelets, headbands, hot cocoa, lemonade and homemade pastries, with all of...
  • NRD, street paving, kidnapping Imperial’s top 2013 stories

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Anyone in Chase County who does not know what NRD stands for has not been following news of major impact in their community. NRD stands for Natural Resources District, whose Upper Republican office headquarters are ...
  • Ryan Wisnieski is city’s new police chief

    Former sergeant has been on Imperial’s force more than nine years By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial has a new police chief. Ryan Wisnieski, who has been with the Imperial Police Department (IPD) since October 2004, was appointed Monday nig...
  • Firms hired for new fire hall construction

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Plans are moving forward for construction of a new fire hall for the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD). While there is not yet a site on which to build, a construction manager and architect for preliminary p...
  • Sixty-day session will be Sen. Christensen’s last

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s 60-day legislative session will mark Sen. Mark Christensen’s final session as a Nebraska state senator. First elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2010, the 44th District’s senator will complete his ...
  • Med student returns to Imperial for rotation

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Third year medical student Grant Turner began a two-month rotation Tuesday at Chase County Clinic and Chase County Community Hospital. He’s no stranger to the area, having observed at the clinic in 2012 as part of a...
  • Speech tournament in Imperial Saturday

    The Longhorn Invitational speech tournament is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Chase County Schools. Featuring about seven schools, finals will begin between 12:30 and 1 p.m. Awards will be announced between 2:30-3 p.m. Categories include Oral...
  • Red Cross blood drive in honor of Travis Wheeler

    Wheeler encourages donors to give Jan. 23 Travis Wheeler was just like any other 19-year-old. He filled his free time with hunting, fishing and spending time with friends, until he received a diagnosis that would change his plans for at least the next th...
  • ‘Ranching for Profitability’ series still has slots open

    By Randall SanerExtension EducatorLincoln, Logan, McPherson Counties Dry conditions make landowners step back and re-evaluate their operations. You’ve always turned out pairs on summer grass, but what if the summer grass didn’t grow? You have made tou...
  • 2014 Ag Tech Fair set for Feb. 12

    The Imperial Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Ag Tech Fair will be held Wednesday, Feb. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will feature a number of ag-related exhibitors and will include a complimentary lunch provided by the Chamber. In this photo from the 2...
  • Wind energy subject of symposium

    A Feb. 12 symposium at the Quality Inn and Suites Sandhills Convention Center in North Platte will provide education and initiate a conversation on the appropriate siting of wind energy farms in Nebraska. Sponsored by the Sandhills Task Force, “Siting o...
  • Land application trainings coming at end of month

    By Robert TignerSW 4 Agricultural Extension Educator Learn basic manure management techniques and tips to keep the environment safe and you in compliance with your NPDES permit. Who should be there? Recently permitted operations that have not completed t...
  • Cold weather effects on grass, trees

    By Robert TignerSW 4 Agricultural Extension Educator In early December, we experienced about a 60-degree difference in temperatures from one week to the next. Sudden temperatures drops can injure plants when they are not fully dormant. Since most establi...
  • 4-H, FFA beef weigh-in in February

    By Kimberly CookExtension Educator The Chase County 4-H Market Beef weigh-in is set for Saturday, Feb. 8 from 9 to 11 a.m. in Imperial at Imperial Livestock Auction Market. All Chase County 4-H and FFA members planning to exhibit market heifers or market ...
  • Police hirings should include a length of time commitment

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Welcome to new Police Chief Ryan Wisnieski, who was hired Monday on appointment from Imperial Mayor Dwight Coleman.   One of the ideas he is considering to institute will to ask all new police officer ...
  • Lady Longhorns get season’s first win at holiday tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican 2014 brought good news to the Lady Longhorn basketball team. At last week’s holiday tournament in Sidney, the Chase County girls picked up their first win of the season Friday against Gothenburg. It came on the seco...
  • Longhorns finish 4th in Cabela’s Holiday Shoot Out

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Summing up the Longhorns’ three games in the Cabela’s Holiday Shoot Out in Sidney Coach Carl Zuege sounded something like this: Cheyenne South in the opener—“happy with the win; disappointed with how we play...

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