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  • Women educators group taps new two-year officers

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  • Mendenhall boys do well at first soap box derby in Ogallala

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Two brothers from Imperial did well in their first efforts at soap box derby racing last weekend. Logan and Westyn Mendenhall, sons of Bob Jr. and Lori Mendenhall, competed Saturday and Sunday in the Wild West Soap...
  • Just a friendly game, right?

    Sixth graders at Chase County Schools were rewarded for improved reading skills last week when they competed in a tug-of-war against local law officers. At top, this team showed the most growth in reading improvement from fifth to sixth grade and got th...
  • It’s sine die for Sen. Mark Christensen

    Eight years as a senator in Nebraska Legislature come to an end By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Sine die: to adjourn without a day on which to appear or assemble again. After eight years in the Nebraska Legislature, 44th District Senator Mark ...
  • Sample ballots in this issue, registration deadline Friday

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican This week’s issue includes samples of the ballots that voters will vote on in the Primary Election Tuesday, May 13. They can be found on page B5.Registration deadline Friday People who have not registered to vo...
  • Recycling survey to be taken May 10

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican In an effort to promote and expand recycling in Imperial, the streets will be swarming May 10 with youth surveying the public. The students, mainly members of FFA, Future Business Leaders of America and Family, Career...
  • Updates in zoning regs ready for public review

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Representatives with Miller & Associates will be in Imperial Tuesday, May 6, to seek citizen input on proposed changes to the city’s zoning regulations. The meeting will be held in the council chambers beg...
  • Accomplished a cappella group coming to Imperial next week

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A well-known a cappella group has scheduled a concert in Imperial next week, as they start their Music in Schools Tour. re:voiced is a five-member male a cappella band offering a world-class entertainment experienc...
  • Spanish, elementary teachers leaving local school system

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Chase County Schools Spanish teacher Beth Larson resigned effective the end of the school year. She and husband Larry will be moving to Taos, New Mexico, where they purchased a home several years ago. Larson first ...
  • Balcony House becomes repeated reunion destination for friends

    By Lori Pankonin The Imperial Republican Imperial’s Balcony House Bed & Breakfast ranked as a destination place for five connected friends to celebrate life. Its popularity brought them back for the fourth time last week. In the meantime, the five...
  • Summer grazing land tour to be held in Chase County

    This year’s Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition (NGLC)  and Nebraska Cattlemen’s (NC) joint summer grazing tour will be held in Chase County Tuesday, June 10. The tour will feature three long standing Southwest Nebraska ranches and one commercial feed y...
  • Reporting on Hanes kidnapping garners The Imperial Republican coveted award

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Coverage of the Julie Hanes kidnapping last August garnered The Imperial Republican the coveted Thomas C. Sorensen Award for Distinguished Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Journalis...
  • Cinema scene

    “Captain America” (PG-13)—Steve Rogers struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and teams up with Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, to battle a powerful yet shadowy enemy in present-day Washington, D.C. The movie stars Chris Evans, Samuel ...
  • ‘Joggin for Frogmen’ a worthy event for support

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Memorial Day is approaching and what better time to support the military heroes of our country? An event to do just that will be held in Imperial the weekend after that revered holiday, when the “Jogg...
  • Library donation from bridge group

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  • SourceGas donation will aid purchase of IVFD cameras

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  • Electric cars buzz around school

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Students from Chase County (CCS) and Dundy County- Stratton High Schools engaged in a little friendly competition Sunday. Three electric cars buzzed around the block housing CCS to test the endurance and manouevera...
  • Longhorns edge St. Pat’s for Hershey meet win

    Place second at home By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Despite missing a few key track team members, the Longhorns squeezed out the championship at Saturday’s Hershey Invitational. Coach Carl Zuege said five athletes were absent due to another ...
  • Two more team firsts landed by Lady Longhorns

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican The Lady Longhorns ran away with the championship in both meets they attended last week. After a dominating win at their home meet April 22, the girls did the same Saturday, more than doubling the points of second ...
  • Enders Lake gets ready for summer

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican About 20 employees of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and volunteers from the Izaak Walton League (IKEs) picked up trash at Enders Reservoir Saturday. The IKEs-sponsored event centered upon campsites and roa...

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