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  • Imperial swimmers headed to state meet this Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial hosted the district qualifying meet for the Plains Tsunami Swim League Saturday, and will be sending 29 swimmers to the state meet in individual events, and more on relay teams. Co-Coaches Karra Meeske and...
  • Junior girls earn runner-up title in league finale

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s junior girls’ softball team fought back through the loser’s bracket and took second in the Tri-County North League Tournament last weekend. Their finish was two steps up from the No. 4 seed they had...
  • Spickelmier brothers compete at national rodeos

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Two brothers from Imperial, Miles and Ty Spickelmier, received some national exposure recently. Miles, a junior at Chadron State College, competed in the steer wrestling at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper,...
  • Juniors open district play this week

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion baseball team will look to turn their fortunes around this week when they start C7 district play in Overton today (Thursday). The juniors will face Wauneta-Palisade in the opening game ton...
  • Imperial Pee Wee team finishes fourth in end-of-season tourney

    Hot, humid days here as Imperial hosts league tournament By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Pee Wee baseball team finished where it was seeded in last week’s end-of-season league tourney—fourth. But, Imperial almost upset top-seeded ...
  • Teen injured in fireworks accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A 17-year-old Champion resident is recovering from severe facial burns suffered July 3 while shooting off fireworks. Sheriff Kevin Mueller said a deputy was dispatched to the family residence in Champion, but addition...
  • CCS cheerleaders attend UCA Cheer Camp in Kearney

    Last week, July 7-9, the 2011-12 CCHS Cheerleaders attended a Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) Varsity Cheer Camp at UN @ Kearney. Nine of the 12-member squad attended and participated in classes to learn new cheers, sidelines and dances. They wo...
  • Special year for Holiness Camp

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican For 100 years people have been attending Imperial Valley Holiness Camp, now located on Highway 6 between Enders and Imperial. This year attendees will be celebrating those 100 years. The interdenominational camp will ...
  • Ice cream social a special museum treat Sunday

    Sunday’s special treat at the Chase County Museum in Champion will be welcome considering the hot, humid weather through which the area has been suffering. Members of the Champion Women’s Club will be hosting an ice cream social from 1 to 4 p.m. durin...
  • Cyclist hoping to cross U.S. in six weeks

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A series of events, which included losing his job, came together for Nick Shectman recently so he could finally take a bicycle trip across the United States. About halfway through his trip last Friday, Shectman of t...
  • Water vital to July 4 Fun Day

    With very warm July 4 temperatures, water was a necessity at the IVFD’s annual Helen Fanning Memorial Fun Day. Above, Brian Strand takes a header into the water during the mud volleyball tournament. These three seventh graders, below from left, Bridge...
  • Dr. Kasselman returns to CCCH as an anesthesiologist

    He will also run pain management clinic By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican “It’s good to be home.” That’s how Dr. Jeff Kasselman describes his return to the Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) this week after completing a three-year an...
  • Potential for West Nile here again; precautions urged

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As area residents spend time outdoors with summer activities, Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) is issuing reminders that precautions against West Nile virus should be a priority. West Nile is sprea...
  • ‘Nebraska Life’ staff to be in county interviewing for upcoming stories

    “Nebraska Life” magazine staff writer Matthew Spencer along with photographer Jorn Olsen will be in Imperial and Wauneta during next week conducting interviews and photographing for upcoming stories in the magazine. The community of Imperial along wi...
  • Mother Nature still busy wreaking havoc

    Chase County got hit with high winds and heavy rain again Tuesday night as two separate storms, one near Holyoke, Colo., and one by Wray, Colo., joined together to form a major storm cell. Gregorio and Socorro Murillo lost the back portion of the roof o...
  • Robinson pleads no contest to 1st degree felony assault

    Three other charges dropped in plea agreement By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Shelly Robinson, 47, of Imperial entered a plea of no contest to a felony assault charge in Chase County District Court Tuesday, June 28. Robinson was declared guilty ...
  • Fall college schedule circulated

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Mid-Plains Community College and Imperial Extended Campus fall schedule of classes is now being distributed. Imperial Extended Campus Coordinator Brenda Ledall urges those interested to register now, as some class...
  • Hospital installs Electronic Medical Record system

    When patients come to Chase County Community Hospital, they may see a COW or two in the rooms or moving down the halls. However, it won’t be the type of cow that most are accustomed to seeing in the pastures of the surrounding area. Computers on Wheels...
  • Nebraska farmers increase corn acres to 10 million

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that Nebraska farmers planted 10 million acres of corn this year. That’s a 500,000-acre increase from USDA’s March estimate and 850,000 acres more than what was planted last year. “Nebraska farmers clearly ...
  • Pennington family pictures, ceramics at museum Sunday

    This Sunday, the Chase County Historical Society will feature ceramics made by Ruth Spencer of Wauneta. She has been making ceramic pieces since 1968 and since 2003, has taken classes in ceramics in McCook and Sterling, Colo. The Pennington pictures are f...

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