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  • May’s ‘Joggin’ for Frogmen’ event to support families of fallen heroes

    The Joggin’ for Frogmen 5k mission is “to bring men, women and children together to jog in honor of our Navy SEALs (Frogmen) and all military heroes who have sacrificed their lives for us while protecting our country.” The first annual Imperial Jogg...
  • Let the good wheels roll

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Wellington School gym was noisy with the sound of cheering boys and their parents Sunday, during the running of the annual Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby. There were two categories for awards—car detail and racing. T...
  • March a busy season for speech team

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools (CCS) speech team has been spending a lot of time on buses this past week, all the while polishing their speeches for two tournaments. During the Best of the West Meet at North Platte High Sch...
  • Lions youth talent show staged in Grant this year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Youths up to age 18 are invited to participate in the annual Lions youth talent contest, co-hosted by the Imperial and Grant Lions Clubs. This year, the contest will be in Grant on Sunday, April 6, at the New Life Fel...
  • Show cattle fitting, feeding clinic March 22 in Curtis

    Livestock exhibitors know it takes a lot of hard work outside of the show ring to lead a steer or heifer into the winner’s circle. The right combination of genetics, animal nutrition and perfected grooming techniques can create a champion, notes Dr. Dou...
  • Candidates file in final days for council, school board

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Four more candidates filed for local races the past week as the final filing deadline for the 2014 election arrived. All filed on Monday, the final day filings could be accepted. Charlesa Kline and Spencer Rowley f...
  • Salaries for mayor, council members move step closer

    Council to consider ordinance setting salaries at next meeting   By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican An ordinance is being drawn up by the city attorney that will set annual salaries for Imperial’s mayor and council members. The positions have b...
  • Housing big issue at town hall meetings

    Housing shortage tops issues discussed at town hall meetings By Russ Pankonin and Sheri Hink-Wagner The Imperial Republican and The Wauneta Breeze Officials with the Chase County Zoning Commission held four town hall meetings across the county la...
  • Getting basics down early

    There is no better teacher than experience and the many youth basketball tournaments this time of year are proof of that. Imperial hosted its annual tournament Saturday for fourth, fifth and sixth grade teams. Twenty-three teams kept action going most o...
  • Hospital foundation buys new E.R. gurney

    The Chase County Hospital Foundation has purchased several new pieces of equipment for Chase County Community Hospital and Clinic.   The newest purchase is a Stryker 1105 gurney added to the hospital’s emergency room. “We have needed a gurney with fe...
  • Jump Rope for Heart, Hoops for Heart top $13,000 in donations

    On Feb. 21, students at Chase County Elementary jumped rope and shot hoops all over heart disease and stroke by participating in Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart. The students raised more than $13,000 for the American Heart Association, which funds...
  • Med student likes small town practice

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The new University of Nebraska Medical Center student at the Chase County Clinic and Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) is Kathryn (Katie) Score of Elgin. She began familiarizing herself with the clinic Tuesday...
  • Winter weather leads to injury accident

    The Perkins County Sheriff’s Office, Grant Volunteer Fire Department and Perkins County Ambulance were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident with injuries Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 4:04 p.m. Also providing assistance at the scene were the Chase Count...
  • Dr. Seuss remembered on 110th birthday

    First graders at Chase County Schools celebrated the 110th birthday of children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. On Monday, they were guests at the Lied Imperial Public Library, where they played a Seuss Stretchy Alphabet game, ...
  • Salary for mayor, council might be worth some thought

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor For the past four years, your mayor and council have been attending meetings and working on issues outside of meetings without pay. A suggestion has come forth that maybe providing a salary for those ...
  • Twenty-three youth teams invade Imperial

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Saturday’s cold temperatures kept three St. Francis, Kan., teams away, but 23 other fourth, fifth and sixth grade basketball teams made the trip to Imperial. They came for the annual youth basketball tournament, ...
  • Cozad stuns Longhorns in subdistrict final

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican The Longhorns’ goal of breaking a long drought and returning to the boys’ state tournament got put on hold for a year. The Cozad Haymakers stunned the Chase County Longhorns 73-49 in the subdistrict final las...
  • Longhorns get instructions for final quarter

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  • Chase County Club wrestlers on to state

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Seven Chase County Wrestling Club members are on to the USA Nebraska Folkstyle state meet after placing in the top four in their weight classes at districts. Coach Matt Vlasin took a group of eight to the district ...
  • Former Chase Co. wrestler places at state tournament

    By Alan Carman The Imperial Republican Former Chase County wrestler Andrew Schilke, now of Hastings, took home a fourth place medal from the State Wrestling Tournament held in Omaha last week. Schilke, a junior at Hastings Adams Central, was a district ...

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