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  • ‘Rolling Out Red Carpet’ winners named for Valentine’s dinners

    Four names were drawn Wednesday morning in the Imperial Chamber’s Valentine’s Day promotion, “Rolling Out the Red Carpet.”Winners drawn from a group of entries, who called into the KADL Radio Station to get registered the past two weeks, were Dana...
  • Local chapter to celebrate FCCLA Week

    Chase County members of FCCLA  (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America ) will join more than 195,000 members nationwide in celebrating National FCCLA Week Feb. 12-18. This year’s theme is “Raising the Bar.”  For FCCLA Week, members are pl...
  • Man injured in car race on highway

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Sheriff’s Department said 32-year-old Andrew Conder of Imperial was injured during what appeared to be a high speed car race on Highway 6, west of the Sand Draw, west of Imperial  Feb. 1. Sheriff K...
  • Proficiency, state degree interviews bring rewards for FFA members

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Students in the Imperial FFA at Chase County Schools scored well Feb. 1 when confronted by District 11 FFA advisors in McCook who reviewed their proficiency applications and interviewed them for state degrees. The Imp...
  • Bugler raising money for Taps trip

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Fourteen-year-old Makayla DaMoude of Imperial has a wish. She wishes to be a part of the 150th anniversary celebration of “Taps” in Virginia this summer. A trumpet and bugle player, DaMoude is busy raising money f...
  • Pantry collection effort yields Super Bowl package for local family

    During January, people dropping off food items at the Imperial Viaero store for the Chase County Pantry had the chance to sign up for a Super Bowl Party give-away that included all the snacks, drinks and paper goods, as well as a Viaero bag, for a good ti...
  • Wauneta native named as vice president at Orthman

    Orthman Manufacturing announced the appointment of Rod Haarberg as Vice President of Global Product Development. Haarberg will oversee all product development and management, including engineering, research and development, and product support. He will ...
  • Conservation compliance vital when preparing for 2012 growing season

    As farmers plan for the coming crop year, Teri Moss of the Chase County Farm Service Agency reminds them that it’s critical to remain compliant with Highly Erodible Land (HELC) and Wetland Conservation (WC) provisions. HELC and WC compliance must be mai...
  • Wine, beef marketing efforts are among projects funded by USDA

    State Director, Maxine Moul today announced that USDA Rural Development has selected five recipients in Nebraska to receive business development assistance through the Value-Added Producer Grant (VAPG) program. “These projects will provide financial re...
  • Semi-trailer, truck drivers offered updates on rules at area meetings

    The Nebraska State Patrol Carrier Enforcement Division has scheduled two additional town meetings in Grand Island and Norfolk for reviewing rules of the road and safety information for truck drivers. During the town meetings information will be provided o...
  • Another fiasco in the healthcare law

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor St. Patrick Catholic Church here in Imperial was among Catholic churches in every state across this country who heard letters from their bishops a couple Sundays ago about President Obama’s recent ass...
  • Imperial Bible Church bringing ‘Date Night Challenge’ to Imperial

    Imperial Bible Church is hosting Focus on the Family Date Night Challenge on Sunday, Feb. 12, at 6 p.m. at the Chase County School Auditor­ium. Research shows that dating at least once a month significantly improves relationships. The Date Night Challen...
  • Schilke brings home SPVA championship

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican At the end of a long day of wrestling, Andrew Schilke finished at 5-0 to bring home the 106 pound title in the SPVA Conference wrestling meet. Johnathan Fegley and Jake Lueth both finished the day with a 2-3 record....
  • Girls’ team, three boys qualify for state bowling

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools will be represented by eight students this weekend in Lincoln at the state high school bowling tournament sponsored by the Nebraska High School Bowling Federation (NHSBF). At districts Jan. 28 in ...
  • Longhorns move to 11-9 with three regular season games left

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns improved their record to 11-9 over an eight-day, three-game stretch with wins over Wray on Jan. 31 and Wauneta-Palisade on Tuesday night, Feb. 7. They suffered one bump in the road, dropp...
  • Lady Longhorns play final regular games this weekend

    Subdistricts tip off Monday By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Post-season play starts Monday for Class C1 high school girls’ basketball, and the Lady Longhorns will be traveling to Lexington for this year’s tournament. Subdistrict brackets were n...
  • Three from Imperial move on in free throw contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial will send three of its youths to the regional free throw shooting contest next month in North Platte. Braden Space, Josie Peterson and Taylin McNair won their age divisions Sunday at the district contest held...
  • Wrestlers attend Southwest tourney despite bad weather

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Despite bad weather and roads, Chase County wrestlers traveled to Southwest Saturday for a tournament that saw many teams withdraw due to the weather conditions. The tournament was turned into a dual tournament when o...
  • Act early to correct voter registration data

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Although Teri Beard of the Chase County Clerk’s office cleans up the Chase County voter registration information daily, she can’t catch all of the changes people make in their data in between elections. That’s w...
  • Council adds drainage by Schroeder Park to city’s one-year street plan

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s an annual vote the Imperial city council takes every year about this time—approval of the city’s 1 & 6-Year Street Plan. That item was on the council agenda Monday night. Kent Cordes of Miller & Ass...

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