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  • 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...
  • Boys’ basketball camp planned here June 6-7

    The Chase County boys basketball team will be hosting a basketball camp for all boys between grades 5-12 this summer. The camp will be held on June 6-7 in the Shorthorn gym. The camp will be held in two sessions with all students who will be going into 5...
  • Longhorns’ golf season comes to an end

    ’Horns finish 5th in district meet Monday By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s golf season for the Chase County Longhorns came to an end Monday after finishing fifth in the C5 district tournament. The meet was held at the West Winds G...
  • SCORE Grade 3-4 camp will spend two days at Cox’s Ponds

    The first day of camp for students in 3rd and 4th grades will be at the Chase County Schools. They will kick off their camp with programs presented by:Doc Gizmo, Edgerton Explorit Center and Dr. Dan Sullivan with the “CAPOW” program. These programs ...
  • Clean, drain, dry boat to prevent mussels in lakes

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nebraska boaters are being reminded of the importance of watercraft inspections in stopping the spread of two invasive species of mussel. To that end, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) and the University o...
  • College graduations abound

    A number of students from this area have participated in college graduations this month. Listed below are some  of them.Sally Beth Osler Sally Osler graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln May 7 from the College of Education and Human Sciences ...
  • Manor bookkeeper retires

    Paulette Shook’s last official day as receptionist/bookkeeper at Imperial Manor was last Thursday. She is retiring and moving with husband Roger to Sidney. Shook has worked at the Manor for over eight years. She’s enjoyed the residents and staff. She ...
  • Educators, staff honored at reception

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Good-byes and well wishes were heard throughout the school commons area Friday when staff members who’ll be leaving Chase County Schools were honored. Two educators, an administrator and two staff members were honor...
  • Renovation of Champion Lake almost completed

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As of this week, Champion Lake was beginning to look like a lake again, as water began to be retained. The lake has been dry the past several years as the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) repaired the gates...
  • CCS seniors just days away from commencement

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Forty-eight members of the Chase County Schools senior class have one of those major life moments just days away—high school graduation. Led by a group of four valedictorians and a salutatorian, the Class of 2011 wi...
  • Nicholson earns high school, A.A. degree in senior year

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Saying Cody Nicholson of Imperial set a new standard for higher education for Chase County Schools (CCS) students would be an understatement. A member of the Class of 2011, the 18-year-old earned his CCS diploma at...
  • Street contractor finishing grass seeding, repairs to sprinklers

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican On Tuesday, workers with Cement Products, Inc. (CPI) of North Platte were finishing the seeding of lawns that had to be torn up for last year’s Imperial street project. The firm’s contract required them to reseed ...

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