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  • Summer ball registrations due end of this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Time is important for youths to get signed up for summer softball and baseball teams in Imperial. Brad Moline of the Imperial Baseball/Softball Association (IBSA) said the early deadline is April 15 but they will take...
  • Longhorn boys finish third at E. Lee Todd meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There were a lot of improved times and marks by Chase County athletes at Saturday’s E. Lee Todd Invitational hosted in Grant by Perkins County. Those performances helped the Longhorn boys take the third place spot i...
  • Alumni banquet weekend plans developing

    Class representatives and high school alumni association officers are developing plans for the 2015 event for Saturday, May 23. The banquet Saturday night will be headquartered at the Chase County Schools cafeteria. Classes ending in “5” will be honor...
  • CCS team third in paint-in; two artists place in exhibit

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican More than 250 area art students were on the McCook Community College campus last Friday for the annual paint-in and art exhibition. In the team paint-in competition, Chase County placed third in a field of 23 entrie...
  • Athletes qualify for SO Summer Games

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Three members of the Chase County Special Olympics track team qualified for the state games in May during the Regional Track Meet at Chadron State College last Saturday. Competing and placing first in their events wer...
  • Tie a yellow ribbon...

    Coinciding with the arrival of the traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall in Imperial, Jan and Rick Elliott, right, along with daughter Madison tied yellow ribbons around three trees in their yard last week. Son Brian is a military policeman stationed in Qatar n...
  • Soccer season off and running

    Beautiful weather Saturday greeted the first Imperial soccer matches of the season at Schroeder Park when a number of games were completed. At top, Alex Nelson and Adilynn Russell compete for the ball in a competitive encounter. Below left, Nathan Pump ...
  • Contracts offered to two principals; board will act on next week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The top administrative team at Chase County Schools may be complete next week when the board of education acts on two principal contracts at their April 14 meeting.        Chad Scheel of Scottsbluff has been off...
  • City will transfer funds to help make Manor bond payment

    ■ Fourth graders represent Imperial at Tree City USA event in Lincoln. PAGE A7.By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican City officials took action Monday to subsidize operations at the Imperial Manor and Parkview/Heights. It’s the first time that has hap...
  • Augmentation pumping from Lincoln County project complete

    NRD board adopts new chemigation, meter rulesBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Augmentation pumping in the Republican River Basin crossed an historic milestone this week when the wells on the Lincoln County project were shut down, hopefully for the ...
  • FFA advisors to receive state award

    ■ Imperial FFA students are in Lincoln for state convention. PAGE A3.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The two advisors for the Imperial FFA chapter will be receiving the FFA Chapter Advisors of the Year award at the FFA convention in Lincoln this...
  • Holmes completing paramedic class

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Mason Holmes took a semester off from studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this semester to participate in an Accelerated Paramedic class through McCook Community College. The class began Jan. 11. Holmes was ...
  • Escaped prisoner faces multiple charges in area spree

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze A Steele City, Neb., man is charged with a string of felonies after allegedly escaping from the Dundy County Jail early Monday. Prisoner Jonathan C. Speth, 18, allegedly stole items from  individuals in Benkelman a...
  • Bracketology contest ends in tie

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s Imperial Republican Bracketology Contest for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament came down to a three-way tie after Duke was crowned the national champion Monday night. Matt Vlasin, Ray Lindekugel...
  • Imperial FFA students are in Lincoln for state convention

    ■ FFA advisors to receive state award. PAGE 1.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools and the Imperial FFA chapter will be well represented at the State FFA convention in Lincoln this week. Not only will six students receive their Sta...
  • Frenchman Valley Coop making changes at service centers

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Frenchman Valley Coop (FVC) announced this week they will be making changes at their car-care service centers, effective next Monday, April 13. General Manager Doug Ohlson said their service centers in Imperial, Gra...
  • Choice Gas program sign-up starts Friday, deadline April 23

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The sign-up period for the 2015 Choice Gas program begins Friday, April 10 and runs through Thursday, April 23, at 11 p.m. MT. The Choice Gas Program gives customers the opportunity to choose their natural gas prov...
  • Commodity Supplemental Food Program continues to provide for area residents

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Area residents have been receiving the assistance of the Commodity Supplemental Food Program for decades. It may be a somewhat unknown service, but personnel from the program’s Kearney office say the every-other-mon...
  • Speech protected, no matter how offensive

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican When Sen. Ernie Chambers went off in a recent committee hearing comparing police to ISIS, his defamatory statements incensed his colleagues, even to the point that some wanted his resignation from the body. One th...
  • Many ways to show our veterans we care when Wall visits

    Dear Editor, In 13 days AVTT Traveling Wall will be escorted through main street carrying the names of over 58,000 souls who lost their lives during Vietnam. Somber but true. In 14 days the opening ceremony will set the mood of the full four-day recogniti...

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