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  • Do these bikes have snow tires?

    A couple of Imperial second graders, Cooper Dillan, left, and Caleb Richman didn’t let a little snow Sunday afternoon keep them off their bikes. They didn’t have any trouble navigating the sidewalks and streets on their two-wheelers, but the outdoor a...
  • Boys sweep weekend games for 2-0 start

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Last weekend the Chase County Longhorns boys basketball team accomplished something that hadn’t been since 2003—winning their first two games of the season. The Longhorns finished the weekend 2-0 with a come-...
  • Wrestlers start season strong at double dual

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican The Chase County wrestlers took just eight varsity wrestlers to the Oshkosh double dual Dec. 5 and came home with two wins. In the first action of the 2013-14 wrestling season, Chase County took on the Garden County E...
  • Injuries key in opening weekend losses for Lady Longhorn basketball

    Just a point separates teams in Cozad loss By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Three key players for the Lady Longhorn basketball team were on the bench Friday night in the second of a pair of season openers last week. Seniors Kaycee Bubak and Bridget ...
  • Grapplers bring home hardware from Broken Bow Invitational

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County wrestlers traveled to the first tournament of the year in Broken Bow on Saturday. Seven varsity and one junior varsity wrestler made the trek. The Longhorns were able to win two second place medals and a ...
  • Many go home from Imperial Chamber’s Christmas Festival with prizes, smiles

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chamber of Commerce members are rating their annual Christmas Festival as another big hit. Despite the frigid temperatures, last Thursday’s event drew out hundreds of local residents who shopped during the day, regi...
  • Southwest NE Entrepreneurs set up shop for Christmas shopping

    The Southwest Nebraska Entrepreneurs offered their goods at displays in the Imperial city gym Thursday, alongside the Imperial Chamber’s Christmas Festival. Above, Phyllis Mock looks over the scrapbooking materials offered by Dorene Wiest. At right, sho...
  • DNR is forecasting another compact call year for compliance

    Basin NRDs will be required to offset 2014 groundwater usage By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican■ NRDs praise Nebraska officials on Special Master Report. PAGE A3.■ Colorado gets ruling on its arbitration with Kansas. PAGE A9. Based on the lack o...
  • One-Act going to state!

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools’ (CCS) one-act play, “Beyond Tolerance,” is headed for state competition. The 34-person production took first place at district competition in Oxford Monday. The three  judges all placed ...
  • Producer from ‘Heaven is for Real’ to give behind scenes look at movie here

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican One of the executive producers on the set of the movie version of “Heaven is for Real” will be in Imperial Sunday. The public is invited to hear Derrick Williams speak at Crossroads Wesleyan Church Sunday at a spe...
  • Santa, reindeer en route to Christmas Festival

    Thursday’s annual Chamber event has gift sign-ups all day, punch card drawing By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican■ Weekend full of Christmas celebrations PAGE A2. Shoppers are dropping off their punch cards, Chamber members are putting on the f...
  • Briefs

    December’s school board meeting moved day earlierDue to the K-6 Christmas concert on Tuesday, Dec. 10, the monthly meeting of the Chase County Schools board of education has been moved to Monday, Dec. 9.Normally, the school board meets on the second Tue...
  • Mail early this Christmas

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Postal Service is expecting to deliver 15 billion pieces of mail this holiday season, including 420 million packages, a 12 percent increase over last year. With that in mind, Imperial Postmaster Jerry Lines has re...
  • Weekend full of Christmas celebrations

    ■ Santa, reindeer en route to Christmas Festival. PAGE 1.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican If you need to do some Christmas shopping, or need to get into the Christmas spirit, Chase County is the place to be this weekend. You can choose to attend th...
  • Emergency Management Director hired

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Commissioners Tuesday hired Duane Dreiling of Imperial as the new Emergency Management Director. He will begin the part-time job Jan. 1, 2014, when current director Paul Kunnemann retires. Dreiling’...
  • Mayor reappoints several to city boards; student rep. to join council

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican December annually brings appointments and reappointments to the many boards and commissions that help operate the city of Imperial. Mayor Dwight Coleman took that opportunity Monday night, reappointing several residen...
  • K-6 program kicks off school’s Christmas concert offerings

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s getting busy, and parents and other school patrons will have three nights of concerts this month celebrating the Christmas season at Chase County Schools. K-6 students will kick off the series on Tuesday, Dec. ...
  • Jan. 17 important deadline for Stewardship Program

    Nebraska landowners and operators have until Jan. 17, 2014, to sign up for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) at a local USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office. CSP is a voluntary program that provides financial and technical as...
  • FVC purchases Bart’s Corner

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Frenchman Valley Coop (FVC) will operate gas pumps at the former Bart’s Corner in Imperial, with the possibility of opening a convenience store on the site. FVC purchased the property at the corner of Highways 6 and...
  • NRDs praise Nebraska officials on Special Master Report

    ■ Colorado gets ruling on its arbitration with Kansas. PAGE A9.■ DNR is forecasting another compact call year for compliance. PAGE 1.■ Editor’s note: The NARD is the trade association for Nebraska’s 23 natural resources districts. The NRDs are l...

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