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  • New 5th grade teacher at CCS

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Jenna Vogt applied to teach at Chase County Schools (CCS) for at least two reasons. CCS was one of the first schools to post openings last year, and she has family in the area. The Wilber native is teaching fifth grad...
  • Former Bronco now a Longhorn

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chris Bartels of Wauneta is a new junior high-high school math teacher at Chase County Schools (CCS). He’s familiar with the school, as he played basketball for the Broncos against the Longhorns during high school. ...
  • Gothenburg hands Lady Longhorns second loss

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Coach Jodie Schuller knew they would be a team that would be a challenge. Entering last week’s match with Gothenburg, Chase County battled hard, but lost the match in three games. The Lady Longhorns ent...
  • Softball team heads to districts tourney as No. 5 seed

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County is the No. 5 seeded team at the C6 district softball tournament today (Thursday) and Friday in Cozad. The Lady Longhorns, 8-18, just missed the No. 4 seed, but would’ve played the same team anyway, Ord,...
  • Longhorns best Gordon-Rushville 20-6

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns ran their record to 5-0 Friday with a 20-6 win over the Gordon-Rushville (G-R) Mustangs. They look to keep that undefeated string intact this week when they play host to the Chadron Cardi...
  • Trap shoot leagues end

    Doubles and singles leagues have concluded for the season in the Plainsmen Rifle and Pistol Club competition. Winners and participants in the doubles league were as follows First place—Dave Hogsett, 265/300 for 88 percent. Second/third place (tie)—Duk...
  • Sheriff’s deputy leaving for K-9 handler position

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Spencer Rowley, a deputy with the Chase County Sheriff’s Office, is remaining in law enforcement but will be leaving this area next week. Rowley said he has accepted a position with the Deuel County Sheriff’s Offi...
  • PA student learning at county hospital

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) Physicians Assistant student Regan Van Skiver (Skeye-ver) will be spending the next several months learning more about her profession at Chase County Community Hospital (CC...
  • Home left with thousands of dollars in damage after fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Damage estimates may run into the $20,000 to $30,000 range after a Tuesday fire at Irma Murillo’s home in Imperial. Firefighters from Imperial were on the scene nearly three hours after the 11:30 a.m. call to 1343 D...
  • Work begins at airport to replace ramp, taxiways

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Construction kicked off last week at the Imperial airport in preparation for replacement of the asphalt ramp and taxiways with concrete. Paulsen, Inc. of Cozad began by milling off the asphalt ramp in front of the t...
  • A little poke, a little fun . . .

    The Chase County Community Hospital held its health fair, “Passport to your Health,” Wednesday evening, Sept. 23. The fair featured a variety of screening and info stations set up around the hospital. A total of 403 people took advantage of the pre-fa...
  • Funds raised through Cancer Walk support local survivors, preventative screenings

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The Chase County Hospital and Clinics’ annual Cancer Walk was a big success, raising even more funds than last year. After reviewing registrations, the committee determined there were more walkers at the Sept. 19 e...
  • New ELL teacher enjoys Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican With a growing Hispanic population at Chase County Schools (CCS), a need for a second English Language Learner (ELL) teacher was recognized. That’s where Teresa Shriver comes in. She was hired this year to teach Eng...
  • Color Me Courageous Run Saturday

    The Nebraska Kids TRUTH (Tell, Respond, Understand, Treat, Heal) Campaign’s Color Me Courageous Run is just days away. The run will be held at Campbell Park in Imperial on Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. The event will feature a kids’ one-mile color ru...
  • Improvements coming to county courtroom

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze Relief is coming to those selected for summer jury duty in Chase County. County commissioners Dave Hogsett, Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr. approved the installation of central air for the courtroom and adjoining hallway. T...
  • Hunting, fishing store to open here

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Hunters and fishermen will be able to purchase a license, add to their equipment and hunt or fish all in one day, thanks to a new business in Imperial. B&B Sporting Goods, LLC will open today (Thursday) at 103 W. ...
  • Broken Arrow taps Oktoberfest beer

    The owners of Broken Arrow Cellars of Imperial shared their own version of Oktoberfest with the public last weekend as they tapped kegs of their own German Marzen beer. Steve and Deborah Schilke brewed the special beer with German hops last spring and tra...
  • Portion of Longhorn Street getting a makeover

    City employee Earl Loop was busy Monday preparing Longhorn Street between 5th and 9th Streets for resurfacing. The street was originally constructed with asphalt millings and had started to deteriorate in places. The existing asphalt was milled off when t...
  • Welcome to my world, Tucker and Lyla

    By Lori PankoninImperial RepublicanMy world became a brighter place this week when the good Lord blessed us with two new perfect grandbabies, Tucker Otto and Lyla Sue May. Wow! Although anticipation of twins has been in the works for months, my heart swel...
  • School library position is dream job

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The library at Chase County Schools (CCS) is always busy during the day. It’s also busy as school releases for the day. On Tuesday, new Library Media Specialist Sonja Burpo was busy checking in and checking out book...

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