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  • Ninth St. Singers make sixth appearance in Branson

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s 9th St. Singers concluded their school year of music with performances Memorial Day weekend in Branson, Mo. Since 1999, it’s the sixth time Director Randy Hayes has taken his high school show choir ...
  • Nebraska National Guard Army Band coming to Imperial

    The 43rd Army Band of the Nebraska National Guard will be performing at the Chase County Courthouse lawn in Imperial on Friday, June 24, at 7 p.m. The 43rd Army Band’s concert will include patriotic selections, marches and popular music performed by the...
  • City, Batterman honored by Goodwill Industries

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican At an awards dinner in Grand Island May 23, the City of Imperial and Dennis Batterman were honored as Volunteer of the Year for their work with the Goodwill trailer donation drive. They received the first ever Ambassa...
  • St. Pat’s hosting BBQ feed, pie contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A night of good food, games and even a homemade pie contest are in the works for Friday, June 24, at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Imperial. All events are open to the public, said Fr. Bernard Lorenz, pastor. The St....
  • Berean Church welcomes new pastor

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Pastor Matthew (Matt) Maxwell has been busy moving in and organizing his office at the Berean Fundamental Church. The new pastor moved to Imperial last Wednesday. He graduated from Calvary Theological Seminary in Kans...
  • ‘Road Show’ at museum Sunday

    The Chase County Historical Society will host a “road show” at the Chase County Museum on Sunday, June 12. Bob Jones from Kansas will be on hand to give all interested persons a professional appraisal of their treasured belongings. Everyone is invite...
  • Theatre will show occasional double shows Friday, Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With summer near and the days growing longer, the Imperial Theatre will be running two shows on Friday and Saturday nights on selected weekends. The first weekend for double shows on Friday and Saturday will be next w...
  • Old Glory waves proudly

    Old Glory unfurled in the breeze Monday morning as people gathered at the Mount Hope Cemetery to remember and pay tribute to the fallen souls who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms Americans enjoy. Above, from left, Bud Statz, Dave Oxford...
  • Ballots going out later this month for city’s keno vote

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Ballots will be mailed June 24 for the city of Imperial’s special election to determine if Imperial should establish a lottery in its city limits. Only city of Imperial residents will be voting in this special elect...
  • Plans firmed up for vintage car tour June 12

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Members of the Car Nutz organization here are gearing up for a vintage car tour stop in Imperial next Sunday morning, June 12. The Nebraska Rod and Custom Association’s Tour Nebraska is expected to include 200 to 30...
  • Christensen gets bills passed on gun rights, foster parent issues

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial, who represents the 44th District, took some time Friday to reflect on the accomplishments of this year’s legislative session. During the 90-day session, Christensen saw two of t...
  • Chase County alums return to catch up with classmates

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County High School graduates as far back as 70 years took part in the annual alumni reunion activities last weekend. It was a weekend that provided opportunities for reconnecting as some of the classes gathere...
  • Voting underway to pick the top ‘pig on the playground’

    CCS art students vying for $2,500 first prize By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Eighth grade art students under the direction of Chelsea Zuege and Nicole Long at Chase County Schools are competing for a $2,500 prize for the school for decorating ...
  • Science students take invention to North Carolina

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Two Chase County Schools students have created a chair that has earned them an all-expense paid trip by Nucor to Charlotte, N.C. soon for a “Strength of Steel” contest. Jared Knobbe and Steven Fish, now seniors, e...
  • Info meetings on hospital district set for June 6, 7, 8

    Members of the Chase County Hospital District will hold three informational meetings next week to present findings from legal counsel and get input on the direction patrons want the district to take. The public meetings will be held on three consecutive ...
  • Father’s Day essay contest deadline nears

    The fourth annual Father’s Day essay contest sponsored by The Imperial Republican is underway. Deadline for essays arrives next Thursday, June 9.In 200 words or less, children, young and old, are asked to write about why their dad should be selected “...
  • Citywide garage sale signup ends Monday

    Area residents who want to be part of the Saturday, June 11 citywide garage sale event will need to be signed up by Monday, June 6, by 5 p.m. to secure a spot on the map that will identify their location.Maps of all garage sale sites will be printed and m...
  • Vet: no report of equine virus in Chase County

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican While there have been at least six confirmed cases of horses in Colorado with Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1), a veterinary clinic in Imperial has seen no cases of the potentially deadly virus. Dr. Dave Johnsen also said ...
  • Classmates renew high school friendships

    The annual Chase County High School alumni banquet always provides the chance to renew old friendships or keep in touch. Here, former CCHS students from the Class of 1941, Donnabeth Ferrel of Imperial, right, and Virginia Anderson of McCook have plenty to...
  • Enrollments due this week for 4-H livestock

    Summer is here and that means 4-H is in the air. A couple of important deadlines that 4-H members will want to remember are just around the corner. • June 2 is tag day for all 4-H and FFA sheep and hog projects in Chase County. Hog and sheep weigh-in w...

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