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  • Excitement building for April 16 release of ‘Heaven’ movie

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican In less than two weeks, the nationwide opening of the “Heaven is for Real” movie arrives. The fact that the Imperial Theatre is one of the theatres that acquired the film for its opening day release on April 16...
  • Cell phone battery explosion blamed for house fire

    Smoke, fire damages Carol Macklin home northeast of Imperial By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican When Carol Macklin walked into her rural home at 34152 738 Road, northeast of Imperial, Wednesday afternoon March 26, she smelled smoke. She immediat...
  • State speech medals evade CCS

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools (CCS) students traveling to Kearney for the state speech contest last Thursday came up short of placing in the top six in their divisions. CCS placed 21st out of 35 teams in overall points....
  • Severe weather season here; be prepared

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor With the wind we had here Monday, gusting to peaks of 67 m.p.h., no one has to be told that the severe weather season has arrived here in the midwest. Nebraska observed Severe Weather Awareness Week las...
  • Golf team opens season Tuesday

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Eleven golfers make up this year’s CCS golf team that will open the season Tuesday with a varsity and jayvee meet. Coach Larry Munger said the Longhorn varsity squad will compete in the Bayard invite while the...
  • Lady Longhorns more than double second place points at track opener

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Scoring in every event but one, and winning 11 of the 18 events lifted the Lady Longhorn track team to a dominant first place finish at their season opener Saturday. Chase County finished 124 points ahead of second...
  • Winners of event’s traveling plaque hail from Chase County

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  • Depth comes through as Longhorns take Cambridge track championship

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Numbers out for the Longhorn boys’ track team this season are the highest in many years, which helped win the championship for Chase County in their season opener. It was a slim victory margin, 11.5 points, but C...
  • Pie-in-face fundraiser helps raise money for March of Dimes

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  • Science students have busy week

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Students from nine area schools submitted 124 projects in the 2014 University of Nebraska Medical Center/Central Nebraska Area Health Education Center Health Science Meet in North Platte March 27. Students from Cha...
  • Shannon Liewer to continue volleyball career at Peru State

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  • Chase County musicians capture 14 ‘Best of Class’ awards at SPVA contest

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Out of the 40 vocal and instrumental entries from Chase County musicians at last week’s SPVA music contest, more than a third of them earned the “Best of Class” designation. That designation comes from the ju...
  • Cliff hanger until the end

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The madam did it. That’s what about 40 people who attended the Lied Imperial Library’s murder mystery found out Friday night. Of course, the madam found out at the end, too. “The Good, the Bad and the Guilty...
  • UNL study shows increase in SW Nebraska agland values

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner, Russ Pankonin The Wauneta Breeze, The Imperial Republican Preliminary findings from a University of Nebraska-Lincoln study show agricultural land markets across the state have stayed relatively steady in the past year, even with ...
  • Another street to be developed in Cornerstone

      Grant money being sought for five more rentals on East 3rd By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican City sales tax funds will be put to use on additional street development in the city’s Cornerstone Development. At the council’s March 17 meeting...
  • Getting in some early mat time

    The Longhorn gym was busy Saturday with the youth wrestling tournament hosted by the Chase County Wrestling Club. Coordinator Shawna Rusher said about 140 youngsters were registered, a big chunk of those from the Chase County Club. (Republican photos)...
  • MRNRD purchases 4,000 acre feet of water in Enders for compliance purposes

    Release to begin May 1, lake elevation will drop by 6 feet at completion By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Release of water from Enders Dam for irrigation use hasn’t occurred since 2003. Beginning on May 1, 4,000 acre feet of water stored in E...
  • Krutsinger, Bauerle reign as CCS Prom king, queen

    Senior candidates Korey Krutsinger and Anna Bauerle reigned as king and queen over the Chase County Schools Prom Saturday night, which followed “A Night in Paris” theme. The entire group of candidates selected by the junior class includes, from left, ...
  • Individual, team headed to state speech

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Calen Griffin and the Oral Interpretation of Drama (OID) team of Rose Sullivan, Kelly Christensen, Claire Kuenne and Josie Peterson will represent the Chase County Schools speech team at state competition in Kearne...
  • New life a sure sign of spring

    Passersby of the old Kelly Travis place, about seven miles south of Imperial on Avenue 331, have noticed a new little mini donkey romping around in recent weeks, who doesn’t stray too far from her mother, Daisy. Aaron and Ashley Eskew now live on the ...

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