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  • Alumni returning for get-togethers

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Memorial Day weekend coming up will feature more than visits to the cemetery and lake. Chase County High School graduates will be back to visit with friends and family. Chase County Schools (CCS) Alumni President ...
  • Hospital district wants public input at info meetings

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Members of the Chase County Hospital District (CCHD) will hold three informational meetings in early June to present findings from legal counsel on a number of issues facing the district. The public meetings will b...
  • Less than a week before pool’s opening day

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The 2011 summer pool season officially opens next Tuesday, May 31. Manager Shanna Carter was poolside Tuesday as the water splashed against the sides of the pool. It was filled and was retaining the water well, she...
  • Council will pursue zoning change on Peterson lot

    ■ Eighteen properties deemed nuisances after latest review.By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The city council will pursue an effort to change the zoning on a lot it previously owned at the north end of Broadway. A 4-0 vote Monday night at the counci...
  • Swanson joins Liewer Funeral Home

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Imperial native Michal Swanson began employment at Liewer Funeral Home last week. “Cindy and I have been diligently waiting for Michal to arrive,” Mike Liewer said Monday. Swanson, 25, graduated from the Des Moi...
  • Department of Banking issues warning about oil and gas scams

    The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance is issuing a warning to Nebraska residents considering investing in oil, gas, or alternative energy programs. According to Jack Herstein, Assistant Director for the Department’s Bureau of Securities, con ar...
  • Las Vegas variety provides buzz

    I don’t really consider myself a late nighter these days but was still going strong at 2 a.m. in Las Vegas. The Fremont Street Experience downtown finds you unaware of time. The outside walkway with a metal canopy overhead displays hourly light shows an...
  • End of world? Tornado-hit areas may think so

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Based on a worldwide campaign the past year, the world was supposed to come to an end May 21. Well, as you know, it didn’t.          Harold Camping predicted (again) that the world would end on ...
  • Property valuations notices to be mailed out June 1

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican County Assessor Dotty Bartels said her office will send new property valuation notices next week. Owners of properties that increased in valuation will see a notice in the mail on or before June 1. If an owner’s...
  • Imperial woman bound over to district court for alleged felony assault

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Shelly Robinson, 47, of Imperial, was bound over to District Court last week after appearing in county court Tuesday, May 17. Robinson faces felony assault charges after an alleged assault on Pat Osthus, 57, of Imp...
  • Army band sets June 24 concert in Imperial

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial is on the Nebraska 43rd Army Band’s 2011 summer concert tour with a performance scheduled here on Friday, June 24. Members of the city council voted to support the visit this week, and city representatives ...
  • Two Longhorns come home with state track hardware

    Bauerle, Jussel place in Omaha at season finale By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Bringing home hardware from the state track meet is always a good way to end the high school season. That happened for two Longhorn athletes when freshman Kristen Jus...
  • Miles Spickelmier qualifies for College National Finals Rodeo

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Miles Spickelmier of Imperial made the cut to attend the  College National Finals Rodeo in Caspar, Wyo., June 12-18. Spickelmier, a junior at Chadron State College, will compete in steer wrestling after finishing thi...
  • Baseball, softball teams take to fields this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Not taking the rain-drenched ball fields into consideration, Imperial baseball and softball teams are supposed to start their summer seasons this week. Several inches of rain have fallen since early this week, so it...
  • 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...
  • Nine Longhorns at state

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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 ...

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