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  • Growing local foundations invaluable to the future

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican In less than three weeks, the people of Chase County have answered the call and a $25,000 challenge grant to the Chase County Hospital Foundation will be met. That’s awesome!!! In early June, BWTelcom of Waunet...
  • Late score lifts West over East in all-star football contest

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A late score with 11 seconds on the clock lifted the West over the East, 26-19, in the 37th annual West Nebraska All-Star Football Game Saturday night in Scottsbluff. Chase County 2014 graduates, Khristofer Kuhlm...
  • Slice Fore Life golf benefit Saturday

    As of Tuesday, 72 golfers are registered to participate in the seventh annual Slice Fore Life golf benefit, a four-person scramble, which fills all available slots. The event, which benefits the Chase County Community Hospital Foundation, will be held th...
  • Swenson named parks administrator at Game and Parks

    He previously was Enders superintendent Jim Swenson has been named administrator of parks at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He succeeds Roger Kuhn, who was promoted to assistant director for development in May. Swenson’s new position is effect...
  • Two youths on to State 4-H Horse Show

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Two Chase County youths, Darin Knobbe of Imperial and Shaylee Heathers of Champion, have qualified for the State 4-H Horse Show next month. The two combined for several ribbons at the district show held June 9 in S...
  • Rowley participates in Tractor Ride Across Nebraska

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  • Janitor, radio personality, praying listeners, car club join to help Culbertson boy

    Culbertson School Janitor Craig Schmitz’s bright smile and friendly hello can always be found in the halls of the school. And when you ask the students about Craig, they will tell you they consider him a friend. Darin Neben and his two brothers had only...
  • Chase County alumni meet for 55th

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  • Significant rain a real blessing

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  • IVFD changing things up a bit for annual Fun Day

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican For an 11th year, members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) will be hosting a Family Fun Day. But, this year, it’s moving to a later date in July. Previously held on July 4, the Helen Fanning Memor...
  • NRD puts hold on proposed change to transfer rule

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Proposed rule changes on the transfer of water allocations didn’t make it past the public hearing and discussion phase during last week’s meeting of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) boa...
  • ‘Pirates’ generate energy, enthusiasm

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican There was more oohing and aahing than yo-ho-hoing at Chase County Schools (CCS) this week as elementary-age children attended the Summer Pirate Science Adventure. The camp was presented by Ken Schroeder and his S...
  • Thirty-two garage sales on tap for this Saturday

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It will be a garage sale shopper’s dream. This Saturday, 32 sites will offer lots of bargains at the Imperial Chamber of Commerce’s annual citywide garage sales. Shopping will start at 7 a.m., but many have bee...
  • ‘Wait times’ at VA facilities no surprise to local veterans

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican As far as a couple of local veterans are concerned, there isn’t a problem with Veterans Administration (VA) services in Nebraska. But, the “wait times” some U.S. veterans have had to put up with at VA facilit...
  • Poker run to benefit those in need

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Imperial Mayor Dwight Coleman is organizing a “Mayor’s Poker Run” July 12, with proceeds to benefit The Giving Circle. The Giving Circle is a group of women who donate their own money to benefit persons in Im...
  • Rotary Club’s Hospi-riety Show to benefit Hospital Foundation

    Touted as a “Little Talent Show Featuring Your Friends with a Little Talent,” Imperial Rotary Club’s Hospi-riety Show will feature some acts never seen before and possibly never to be seen again. Appropriately, the show will be held on Friday the 13...
  • Library’s summer reading program now underway

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Summer reading is alive and well at the Lied Imperial Public Library. Library Director Beth Falla said children, and adults too if they like, began tracking their reading on June 1, which will continue throughout t...
  • Howard in 10th year as MPCC teacher

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Just about the time that the Imperial Extended Campus of Mid-Plains Community College (MPCC) opened, a Chase County Schools (CCS) teacher joined the campus staff. Cathy Howard is now teaching her 10th year of summe...
  • Autographs, photos, rides make for memorable trip

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Disneyland was just about everything that Dustin Holmes of Imperial wished for. He and several others visited the magical kingdom in California last week courtesy of wish i may of North Platte.     Dustin has Ne...
  • Cinema scene

    “Blended” (PG-13)—After a disastrous blind date, single parents Lauren and Jim agree on only one thing: they never want to see each other again. But when they each sign up separately for a fabulous family vacation with their kids, they’re all stuc...

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