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  • 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...
  • Success of show choir program often taken for granted

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher When you think of it, has there been a program at Chase County Schools that has experienced more continued success, year in and year out, than the show choir program? All too often, myself included, w...
  • Chase County seniors graduate with well wishes, scholarships

    ■ 2011 graduates on to next step in lives. PAGE 1.By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County graduates Saturday were sent off into the world with well wishes and a lot of scholarship money. Twenty-four members of the class that listed 45 members...
  • Seven Longhorns headed to state

    Rain, hail affect some events at district meet; cause three-hour delay By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Last Thursday’s C10 district track meet had some of the worst weather in recent history, but Chase County’s boys’ team emerged with sev...
  • Torch Run still looking for area runners

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Next month’s Cornhusker State Games Torch will pass through Imperial and stop overnight June 7-8. Local runners are still needed to fill the 20-mile stretch in this area. Randy Hayes of Imperial is working with stat...
  • Boating safety course in Imperial next week

    A boating safety course will be held at Chase County High School May 23 and 24, beginning at 6 p.m. each evening, according to Scott Eveland, boating safety officer for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. According to Eveland, the Nebraska boating saf...
  • Pair of Lady Longhorns make cut for state

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A senior and a freshman on the Lady Longhorn track team will be in Omaha this week for the season finale—the state high school track meet. Senior Lexee Reichert makes a return trip to Omaha Burke, after earning Ch...
  • Free fishing, park entry day set for May 21

    Free Fishing and Park Entry Day, Saturday, May 21, is an opportunity for everyone to enjoy fishing or a state park area in Nebraska without being required to have a permit. Although no fishing or park entry permits will be required on the free day, which...
  • A day for swimming, not running

    These pictures taken midway through last Thursday’s C10 district track meet in Cambridge show how hard the rain came that halted the meet for about three hours. Morning conditions were ideal, but they quickly deteriorated after 1 p.m. The heavy rain hit...

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