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  • ‘Hop’ booked for first digital movie at Imperial Theatre

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican This weekend’s showing of “Hop” is not only expected to draw crowds because of its popularity. The April 29-30 and May 1 showings of “Hop,” which had grossed over $100 million as of last weekend, will also...
  • Easter Hunt ‘egg’actly what kids wanted

    Smiles and laughter filled Campbell Park Saturday at the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Above, Andrew Davis of Grant is out in front of the crowd picking up a candy-filled egg. At right, Tate Teply of Imperial checks out one of his colorful eggs, as Hanna Berm...
  • Hospital district board learns transfer of hospital not required

    Board believes money to do so could be better spent on hospital By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican One of the biggest questions created by the formation of a hospital district in Chase County has centered on whether the county hospital must be trans...
  • Council sticks by decision on golf carts

    Current nuisance code review also brings resident to meeting By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Several issues prompted lively discussion at Monday’s city council meeting. Two Imperial residents attended, one with concerns about the council’s rece...
  • Imperial collects Tree City USA award 26th year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial is among communities in Nebraska that have been a Tree City USA community for decades. At a ceremony in Lincoln April 13, three fourth graders from Chase County Schools accepted the city’s award. Each year,...
  • City residents will get to vote on keno

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A request from the Imperial Eagles Club for a vote to allow keno in the city was approved by members of the city council Monday. That means city residents will have the opportunity to vote in a special election, which...
  • Chase County Prom following ‘Wonderland’ theme

    The annual Prom comes to Chase County Schools this Saturday night and will follow “A Walk Through Wonderland” theme. This week, the junior class announced its candidate selections for king and queen, above from left, Tanner Stromberger, Lexee Reichert...
  • Way ends 30-year Coop employment

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After 30 years in various departments at Frenchman Valley Coop (FVC), Dianne Way is retiring. A reception will be held in her honor at the Coop board room today (Thursday). Currently Petroleum Operations Manager, Way ...
  • Open house set for day care

    Little Longhorns Preschool and Daycare will celebrate its grand opening May 5 at Zion Lutheran Church. Hot dogs and refreshments will be served beginning at 4:30 p.m. Tours and information will be given. In addition, enrollment will be taken for children ...
  • 21st Century Equipment and Kay Jan, Inc. to join forces May 1

    Two of the High Plains’ leading John Deere dealerships have announced a merger that will provide customers with even more resources, technology and service.    21st Century Equipment, headquartered in Bridgeport, and Kay Jan, Inc, headquartered in For...
  • ‘What Arbor Day means to me’

    Below are essays written by the three Chase County Schools’ fourth graders chosen as the top three in the class. Parker Dillan, Rylie Mintling and Cody Hamilton represented the city at the Tree City USA ceremony in Lincoln earlier this month.By Parker D...
  • McCook man indicted in Palisade robbery

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze A 36-year-old McCook man arrested in connection with last week’s armed robbery of the Pioneer Community Federal Credit Union in Palisade has been indicted. U.S. Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced last week that the Federal...
  • Tourism video for Chase County is out

    By Claudette SwansonChase County Tourism Coordinatorand Marketing Director It is finally here! The Chase County tourism video is finally complete and showplaces our county wonderfully. It took a couple of years, but is well worth the wait. It covers all ...
  • Open house Monday at Rainbow Promise Preschool

    An open house will be held at Rainbow Promise Preschool on Monday, May 2, from 4 to 6 p.m. Parents and preschoolers will have the opportunity to see the preschool and register their child for fall sessions. Rainbow Promise Preschool is located in the Unit...
  • It’s time to undo the creation of the hospital district

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher We all failed our civics lesson! That’s been one of the best assessments I’ve heard about the mess surrounding the creation of a hospital district in Chase County. The goal of the petition drive t...
  • ‘Grits and Gravy’ a spoof on food networks

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools drama department is “building up an appetite” for its two-act comedy, “Grits and Gravy,” to be presented May 7-8. The play, by Burton Bumgarner, is an audience-pleasing show, according...
  • CCS students compete at science fair in Lincoln

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Four of five Chase County Schools students who qualified to present their science fair topics at the Nebraska Academy for the Advancement of Science took those projects to Lincoln recently. Although they didn’t pla...
  • Redistricting process well under way

    By Paige YowellNebraska News Service The redistricting process is well under way after the Legislature’s Redistricting Committee met April 20 and adopted a plan to redistrict the Nebraska Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. The plan approved by the comm...
  • Students studying state’s redistricting

    ■ Editor’s note: During this year’s Unicameral session in Lincoln, The Imperial Republican is running occasional stories written by journalism students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The stories are a service of the Nebraska News Service, an...
  • Academic excellence to be recognized at CCS

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The academic achievements of students at Chase County Schools will be honored at three separate events Monday. The high school, or grades 9-12, awards night begins at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. At that time a...

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