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  • Ag Tech Fair speaker addresses sales, use tax

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The highlight of the Imperial Chamber of Commerce Ag Technology Fair was a presentation by Margaret Akin, a revenue educator with the Nebraska Department of Revenue. She mainly addressed the sales tax on repairs and r...
  • Students chosen for FFVF trip

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The essays have been submitted, the interviews are over and eight students have  been chosen for the Chase County Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (FFVF) trip. The students and their sponsors will visit...
  • Let your Lego imagination be limitless

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Are your children tired of being cooped up inside during the cold winter afternoons? The Lied Imperial Public Library is hosting “Lego @ the Library” the first and third Tuesdays of each month after school.    ...
  • Pheasants Forever hosting Prescribed Burn Training

    Pheasants Forever, Nebraska NRCS and Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will be hosting informational Prescribed Burn Training workshops in western Nebraska this month. These workshops will help to educate landowners and resource professionals with limite...
  • Writing contest about college dreams open to seventh, eighth graders

    While a Sunday afternoon at the ball park may seem far away, the time is here for seventh and eighth graders to enter the 13th annual “Why I Want to Go to College” writing contest. The event is sponsored by the Nebraska State Treasurer’s Office and...
  • Could Unity March signal a turning point in terrorism fight?

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican The world was once again gripped in tragedy when terrorists killed 17 people in France last week. But what resulted after those killings could represent a turning point in the fight against terrorism. On Sunday, ...
  • Lady Longhorns working to reverse five-game slide

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Losing five games in a row isn’t setting well with the Lady Longhorn basketball team. Coach Mark Bottom said he and the team are all disappointed with the five straight losses, but are working hard at turning around...
  • Wrestlers kick-off second half of season at Ogallala Duals

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican The Chase County wrestling team started the 2015 portion of the season in Ogallala Saturday. The numbers were down this year, with only six teams participating. Only seven Chase County wrestlers competed in the vars...
  • Chase County, Perkins County meet Thursday in annual Pink Out games

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There is expected to be a lot of pink in the Longhorn gym Thursday night. That’s when the annual Pink Out basketball games between the two varsity basketball teams will be played. Fans can purchase Pink Out shirts ...
  • Longhorn boys’ varsity add two more wins to record last week

    SPVA tournament begins MondayBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns took care of business last week with dominating wins at home over Dundy County/Stratton (DCS) Tuesday, Jan. 6 and Kimball on Saturday night. The Longhorns put...
  • Junior high boys’ basketball season now underway

    The grade 7-8 boys’ basketball team at Chase County Schools kicked off its 2014-15 season last week with games at Hershey and against Dundy Co./Stratton. Members of the 2014-15 team are, front row from left, Kobe Clevenger, Logan Jussel, Dylan Dreilin...
  • Imperial hosts speech contest

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools was the site of the annual Longhorn Speech Invitational Saturday. The CCS team took second, with Perkins County Schools placing first. Other schools competing were Paxton and Sutherland High Schoo...
  • ElElementary students eligible to enter ag poster contest

    Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) Director Greg Ibach announced the beginning of the 12th annual NDA Agriculture Week in Nebraska Poster Contest. The contest is open to all Nebraska youths currently in first through sixth grades. This year’s the...
  • Science fair produces fascinating displays

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Every year the Chase County Schools science fair provides entertainment for those who peruse the displays in the Longhorn Gym. This year was no exception. Topics included Amber Stumpff’s “Start Moving and Let’...
  • Jigsaw puzzle tournament coming up

    The Lied Imperial Public Library’s Friends group is again planning a jigsaw puzzle tournament. The fifth annual popular event is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 31, from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Of course, some of the past winners have finished their puzzles in less...
  • Water, housing, ALCO rank as Imperial’s top stories

    Newspaper staff selects top stories of 2014By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Two familiar news items—water and housing—were chosen by The Imperial Republican staff as its top stories of 2014. All 10 members of the staff in Imperial voted from a ...
  • URNRD required to make up 14,600 AF in 2015

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican On Dec. 31, the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) provided natural resources districts (NRDs) in the Republican Basin with their official forecast of available water supply for 2015. According to the f...
  • City returning to more oversight of Imperial’s senior care facilities

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It appears the mayor and city council are moving toward more oversight of operations at the Imperial Manor and its Parkview/Heights assisted and independent senior living facilities Putting a senior services commissio...
  • Donkule phenomenon Blue Moon led long life

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Thirty years ago scientists scoffed and then later accepted Bill and Oneta Silvester’s claim that a mule they owned gave birth to a donkule, despite being supposedly sterile. Blue Moon was born July 6, 1984 on the...
  • Back to school, back to cold weather

    Students at Chase County Schools trudged back to classes on Monday after two full weeks of Christmas vacation. It was necessary to bundle up, however, as they ventured out since temperatures have been bone-chilling in recent days, especially overnight, ...

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