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  • Southeast recruits CCS senior for junior college softball

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  • FCCLA brings home district gold, silver

    Thirteen members of the Chase County FCCLA chapter competed at the District 11 STAR competition held in Elwood Jan.15.   STAR stands for Students Taking Action with Recognition and it is the primary contest of the FCCLA  organization. Lisa Schilke and T...
  • New pastor at Imperial Bible Church

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Robby Clay and his family are getting to know Imperial, as he settles into his new job as pastor of Imperial Bible Church. Robert Clay, who prefers Robby or Rob, began his new duties Monday. He most recently was assis...
  • Moisture a little better in 2013, but not by much

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Moisture is the topic people around this area seem to gravitate to when talking weather. A look back at the weather of 2013 brings out one big factor when talking moisture, and that’s the fact two more inches were r...
  • Co. Assessor: Improvements of $2,500 or more require reporting

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County Assessor Dotty Bartels wants to remind property owners that any improvement to a property of $2,500 or more must be reported to her office. Bartels said it doesn’t take a lot for an improvement to ad...
  • Christensen introduces bill to allow arming teachers

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial made good on his promise to introduce a bill that would allow teachers to carry a concealed weapon in schools. His bill, LB 879, would create a new class of concealed handgun permit...
  • First baby of year born at CCCH

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Their third child is the first baby born in 2014 at Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH). Malcolm James Hanes was born Jan. 8 to Jamie and Brandy Hanes of Imperial. The baby was delivered by Dr. Jonathan Richman a...
  • School board approves sale of Wellington field to city

    Al Zuege, Beth Larson resign teaching jobs at end of ‘13-14 year By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican School board members voted 6-3 Tuesday to approve an agreement with the city, selling the entire Wellington football field it currently owns. The a...
  • Plenty of topics at science fair

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican You could learn just about anything at the annual Chase County Schools science fair, held last Friday at the school. Ten students and their projects will continue on to the Regional Science Fair competition in North P...
  • Stamps going up Jan. 26

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The price of a first-class mail single-piece letter will increase from 46 to 49 cents Jan. 26, a six and a half percent increase. Also effective Jan. 26, there will be a one-cent increase, to 21 cents, on each additio...
  • Influenza cases confirmed in county

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican There have been “several” confirmed cases of Influenza A at Chase County Clinic in Imperial. That’s according to Dr. Jonathan Richman, who said “It looks like the flu shot is effective. Those confirmed cases h...
  • Wauneta man arrested on child porn charge

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Law enforcement officers arrested a Wauneta man last Friday for allegedly possessing child pornography. Richard E. Cooley, 60, has been charged with possession of sexually explicit conduct of a child. The arrest was ...
  • Mercy Meals ‘Feed the Philippines’ event planned in Imperial Feb. 21-23

    Volunteers needed to package 160,000 meals Feb. 21-23 in Imperial By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Mercy Meals of Southwest Nebraska is working with Orphan Grain Train and the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) to host a large-scale meal packi...
  • Chemigation training set for SW Nebraska

    By Robert TignerSW 4 Agricultural Extension Educator Chemigation trainings for anyone needing a chemigation license have been set. Chemigation training is a requirement for agricultural producers to apply chemicals through their irrigation systems. The N...
  • John Engbrecht purchases Colson Agency

    John Engbrecht became the new owner of the Colson Agency as of Jan. 1, 2014. Engbrecht purchased the real estate firm from Bob Colson, who has retired from the agency he’s owned since 2003. The name of the business will remain the Colson Agency. Engbrec...
  • Nebraska’s prison system in turmoil

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Nebraska’s prison system doesn’t rank top-of-mind with most of the state’s citizens. In fact, it doesn’t even come to my mind when I think about the quality of life we enjoy in this great state. But unfor...
  • Several CCS musicians chosen for honor bands

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Several high school students at Chase County Schools have been chosen to attend honor bands both in Nebraska and Colorado. The first arrives next week when Kristina Pflum attends the Kearney High School Honor Band, wh...
  • Lady Longhorns win thriller against Holyoke

    Friday’s win in final seconds is second victory of season By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A basket with three seconds left and a tied score lifted the Chase County Lady Longhorns to  a thrilling win Friday against Holyoke, Colo. And, a last sec...
  • Free throw shooters can get into Sunday contest

    Youths age nine to 14 are eligible for the annual free throw contest Sunday sponsored by the Imperial Knights of Columbus council. The event will be held at the Longhorn gym beginning at 1 p.m. this Sunday. Registration opens at 12:30 p.m. In the local co...
  • Longhorns upset Southern Valley

    Capture #2 seed in SPVA By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Junior Kelton Fisher did it again Tuesday night. Trailing by one with 6 seconds left, Fisher got the pass, drove the length of the court, and kissed a lay-up off the glass with 0.3 second...

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