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  • Early tornadoes already recorded in state, as Severe Weather Week nears

    County taking part in statewide drill set for Wednesday, March 21 By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican As many people know, 2011 was a record-breaking year for tornadoes across the United States. Nearly 1,700 tornadoes were reported last year, causing ...
  • Board planning for superintendent interviews

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican If all goes as planned, the board for Chase County Schools will begin interviews next week for a new superintendent. The board will meet Monday, March 19, to review the results of a needs assessment survey comple...
  • Legislature approves transfer of Champion Mill, Lake

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Last Thursday the Nebraska Legislature passed LB 739, which would allow the transfer of ownership of Champion Mill State Historical Park and State Recreation Area (SRA) from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGP...
  • Eleven entries will compete in Chamber’s Chili Cook-Off

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The field of competition is set—11 will compete in the first annual Chili Cook-Off tonight (Thursday) sponsored by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce. Jack Schnieder, who is coordinating the event for the Chamber, sai...
  • Flores family returns to home in Texas

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Joe and Marsha Flores are back home in Stanton, Texas, after about a week and a half in Imperial. Issues with securing rented housing here left them no choice but to return to Texas, Marsha said. However, if possible...
  • Chamber-sponsored walk on first day of spring

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Spring arrives next Tuesday, March 20, and so does the Walk 2 A Healthier You, another event sponsored by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce. Men and women of all ages are being encouraged to spend some of their noon h...
  • Busy night for school board

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Some major action took place, and some was delayed in a near five-hour CCS board of education meeting Tuesday. Much of the meeting was taken up by discussion of a total revamping of the school’s heating, ventilation...
  • Door-to-door sales people must have Imperial permit

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A group of Kirby vacuum sales people from Cheyenne, Wyo., were in Imperial over the weekend, prompting a reminder from city officials on what door-to-door sales people can and cannot do. Jo Leyland, Imperial city cler...
  • Imperial recipient of $22,000 in food and utility assistance

    Trustees of the Peter Kiewit Foundation granted $22,000 to the Imperial Community Foundation Fund (ICFF) to assist area people in challenging times with food and utilities. ICFF Treasurer Doug Gaswick received word of the gift shortly after submitting the...
  • UNL survey: agland values jump 31 percent in 2011, set records

    Nebraska’s agricultural real estate values jumped 31 percent in the last year, the largest increase in the 34-year history of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s annual survey. The 2012 UNL Nebraska Farm Real Estate Survey “confirms what most peopl...
  • Southwest Nebraska average land values slightly ahead of state’s

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican SW Four Extension Educator Robert Tigner said figures for the southwest Nebraska area are slightly above the state’s average ag land values released last week in UNL’s annual report. The preliminary UNL report rel...
  • March 22 programs to prepare ranchers for drought possibility

    By Nate JenkinsUpper Republican NRD Experts in range management, animal sciences and the weather will provide programs in Imperial and Haigler designed to help ranchers manage possible drought conditions in southwest Nebraska. Both meetings will be held M...
  • Superintendent search important for school, community

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher For the first time in 33 years, Chase County Schools will be seeking a new superintendent who hasn’t come from within the school system. For the past eight years, Matt Fisher has served as the supe...
  • Chase County Schools hosts SPVA Quiz Bowl

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools placed second in its own SPVA Quiz Bowl in Imperial Tuesday. North Platte St. Pat’s took first in the 2012 tournament with 260 points. Chase County racked up 155 points, followed by Hershey with...
  • Committee: Alzheimer’s unit at Imperial Manor not feasible at this time

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Current debt and upcoming expenses for an Electronic Health Record (EHR) System at Imperial’s senior care facilities were among reasons a study committee recommended against adding a specialized Alzheimer’s unit t...
  • Another successful Pheasants Forever banquet held Feb. 25

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican About 160 people attended the 22nd Annual Pheasants Forever banquet and auction in Imperial Feb. 25. Although it isn’t known at present how much money was raised for the organization, Heather Francis, co-secretary o...
  • Imperial hosting youth wrestling tourney Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Youngsters from preschool through junior high are expected in Imperial Saturday for the Chase County Wrestling Club’s youth tournament. Wrestling will get underway at 9 a.m. in the Longhorn gym, where the wrestlers ...
  • Booster Club gains $500 from bank’s three-point program

    The Chase County Schools’ Longhorn Booster Club has $500 more in its treasury this week, thanks to a donation from Pinnacle Bank in its annual “three-point” program. Now in its fourth year, the bank donates $3 for every three-pointer made at CCS var...
  • River Antlerless deer permit part of big game changes

    A change in strategy has the state’s antlerless white-tailed deer harvest focused on river corridors. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners adopted big game regulation amendments at their meeting in Lincoln on March 9. New in 2012 will be is the Ri...
  • Students to attend annual Shrine Bowl Band Camp

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools students Anna Bauerle and Sheldon Bartholomew have been chosen to represent the school at the Masonic All-Star Marching Band Camp and Shrine Bowl in Lincoln May 29-June 2. Bauerle, a sophomore, is...

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