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  • Athletes, cheerleaders honored at end-of-year program

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With just one major athletic event left on the school schedule last week, Chase County athletes were recognized for achievements at the annual High School Athletic Honors Night. Held May 17, athletes from the 10 Longh...
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  • Spring college graduations noted

    Spring college graduations mean news for those with Imperial connections. Below are some recent graduates and their news.Scott Alan Way Scott Way graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University May 14 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Middle School Educati...
  • SCORE camp starting soon

    Registration is continuing for the SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Education) in Imperial. Director Marla Smith said the grade 5-6 camp is full, but applications are still being taken for the grade 1-2 and 3-4 camps. Final registration is June 6 at C...
  • ‘Skate the State’ fund raiser for Lincoln park

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Imperial native Mike Smith is on another adventure to raise money for his Bay 198  indoor skate park in Lincoln. On Sunday he and four companions left Scottsbluff to “Skate the State,” in the hopes of raising $50...
  • Dave Ridlen earns first weightlifting belt

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Dave Ridlen won his first weightlifting belt in a national competition in Denver Saturday. Sponsored by the Natural Athlete Strength Association (NASA), Ridlen, 36, a Chase County native, earned his first belt in the ...
  • Missionary to speak at Zion Lutheran

    Missionary Jonathan Muhly, area facilitator of Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) for Eurasia, is traveling through the area and will be speaking at Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial this (Thursday) evening. Jon and wife, Julie, reside in Warsaw, Poland...
  • Local history to be featured Sunday at county museum

    On Sunday, May 29, the Chase County Museum will feature Charley Colton’s collection of postcards and collectibles from the Chase County area. Colton began his postcard collection about seven years ago, with emphasis on Chase County. Two years ago, he na...
  • 2011 graduates on to next step in lives

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In colors of silver, black and orange and with “destiny” in their motto, the Chase County Schools Class of 2011 took the next step in their lives Saturday. Commencement ceremonies in the Longhorn gym capped four...
  • Teachers receive base pay increase; two-year salary package approved

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A two-year salary/insurance package for certificated teachers was approved by the Chase County Schools board of education. At their May 10 meeting, board members, on an 8-0 vote, set the base salary for the 2011-12 sc...
  • EMS celebrating 30 years with open house

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is celebrating 30 years of service with an open house today (Thursday) at the new EMS building starting at 6 p.m. According to back issues of The Imperial Republican, P...
  • Corn crop just about all planted

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s corn crop rests in the ground, waiting for the sun to shine. Farmers in the Imperial area are in the final stages of corn planting. Farmers estimated the progress at 90-95 percent for the irrigated co...
  • Mom: seat belts do save lives

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Linda Moser said there is one clear message coming out of daughter Katie’s Friday morning vehicle accident in Colorado—seat belts do save lives. A look at the 2003 Pontiac Grand Am that belonged to Katie’s fri...
  • The ‘shoe’ must go on

    “American Folk Favorites!” were sung by K-3 vocalists at their end-of-the-year concert Monday night at Chase County Schools. First graders, above from left, Itzel Yovanni Chavez Bencomo, Shelby Baird and Chloe Dillan get involved in one of their songs...
  • Swimming pool will open June 1

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The splash of water could be heard from the Imperial swimming pool Monday and Tuesday, as water gushed in for its spring filling. All is going well and there are no leaks, reports Public Works Supt. Pat Davison. The ...
  • Last day of school looms

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Chamber of Commerce will make the last day of school at Chase County Schools even more exciting than students usually anticipate. The Chamber is sponsoring an ice cream treat following the 1:30 p.m. dism...
  • Nomination period starts June 15 for FSA County Committee

    Chase County USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Teri Moss, announced that county committee election nominations begin June 15. Farmers, ranchers and landowners are encouraged to nominate farmer and rancher candidates to serve on their loca...
  • Water improvements more cost-effective in long run

    By Robert TignerSW4 Agricultural Extension Educator Grazing livestock need plentiful, reliable, good quality water. It doesn’t matter how effective other grazing management practices are if good water isn’t available. Cattle resist traveling far from...
  • Chamber recognizes members for improvements, service

    Sue Moore is this year’s Hall of Fame recipient By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Eight Imperial Chamber of Commerce members, and one non-member, took center stage last week at the chamber’s 2011 business retention and recognition program. Held ...
  • Track replacement work now underway

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Asphalt rolls were piled on several areas of the track Tuesday, as a loader and truck took the pieces away. That marked the start of Chase County Schools’ track replacement project, approved by the board of educatio...

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