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  • Ordinance would penalize pet owners for ‘deposits’ left on public, private property

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial has a city code that states animal waste should be disposed of properly. However, there is no penalty for not abiding by it. That may change after the city council’s Oct. 19 meeting when an ordinance establ...
  • New integrated management plan being developed

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Water management in the Republican River Basin looks a whole lot better today than it did in 2009. Natural resources districts (NRDs) in the Republican Basin are preparing to revise their integrated management plan...
  • Dr. Craig 2015 Caring Kind honoree

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) staff has chosen Dr. James Craig as the 2015 Caring Kind Award winner. He will be honored during a luncheon in LaVista Oct. 23, in conjunction with the Nebraska Hospital Asso...
  • FFA team takes range judging championship

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Advisor Jeremy Vlasin ranks 2015 as likely the most successful year the Imperial FFA has ever had in state range judging competition. The FFA’s showing at the State Range Judging Contest last week in Scottsbluff is ...
  • Lamar man catches scam on Social Security payments

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican About two weeks ago, Stan Cross of Lamar received a letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA). It was a legitimate SSA letter, but as he read it closer, he became concerned. It was confirming his request to...
  • Event draws 40 to urge respect for life

    Forty people of all ages, representing several area churches, spent an hour along Imperial’s main street Sunday afternoon in silent witness and prayer urging respect for life, especially regarding the unborn. Among the participants, at right, were Delan...
  • Fall fashion show coming to winery

    Patrons will be able to enjoy a beverage and a fashion show at Broken Arrow Cellars winery in Imperial Saturday night. The First Annual Fall Fashion Show, coordinated by Erica Sorensen, will feature fashions by 509 Broadway. Models will have their hair st...
  • Art teacher receives ESU award

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A board of judges for the Nebraska Art Teacher’s Association (NATA) has given Chase County Schools (CCS) elementary art teacher Lindsey Tomaso the ESU West Region 2015 Teacher Award. The NATA Western Region covers E...
  • 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...

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