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  • Tuesday’s board agenda includes teacher hirings

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There will be a lot of business before the CCS board of education Tuesday night as they gather for their monthly meeting. It will also be in a different location next week due to the HVAC project underway at the East ...
  • Fire burns over 40 acres in northeast Chase County

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Firefighters from three area volunteer departments were on the scene about two hours last Wednesday, May 30, fighting a pasture grass fire in northeast Chase County. The fire started in the Imper­ial Volunteer Fire D...
  • Students still registering for Mummy Madness camp

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Registration is open until Friday for the “Mummy Madness” summer art, history and science camp in Champion next week. The day camp, for those who have completed grades K-6, will be held June 11-13 at the Champion ...
  • Ninety-eight youths compete in weekend’s pre-fair Progress Show

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Organizers of the 2012 Chase County Progress Show were again pleased with participation in the pre-fair show held Saturday and Sunday at the Chase County fairgrounds. Separate swine and sheep shows were held Saturday,...
  • ‘NEST on the Farm’ scholarship contest geared to farm families

    First National Bank of Omaha and Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg announced the second annual “NEST on the Farm” scholarship contest for children of Nebraska farmers. Three winners will each receive a $3,500 contribution to a NEST Direct College...
  • Former resident’s book receives award

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A Bible study book written by former Imperial resident Mary Englund Murphy has just been presented with the prestigious 2012 Selah Award for the best Bible study book in the nation. Murphy was apprised of the award tw...
  • Goodwill trailer arriving Saturday in Imperial

    Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska will bring a trailer to Imperial this Saturday for six days in its regular donation drive. The trailer will be open this Saturday from 12 noon to dark, and, unless it fills up early, Sunday through Thursday, June 14...
  • Piano students of Rob Browning at museum Sunday afternoon

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It will be a special, musical day at the Chase County Museum in Champion Sunday when piano students of Rob Browning will give a recital. Browning of Imperial has 19 piano students, and he said a good number of them wi...
  • What does Wisconsin recall vote mean?

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Tuesday’s Governor Recall Election in Wisconsin was watched by the entire nation. Republican and Democratic pundits, of course, don’t agree on whether it will carry weight into November’s General E...
  • Juniors split with Sidney in opener

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion team split a pair of games with Sidney to open the season Sunday afternoon. The Juniors dropped the first game 24-12 but came back with a 10-5 win in the second contest. Coach Jerel Fo...
  • Imperial swim team 57 strong this summer

    Meet at Imperial pool this Saturday By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Fifty-seven youths, ages five to 18, from the area are part of the 2012 Imperial swim team, which will host a meet at the Imperial pool on Saturday. The team, coached by Kristi Mc...
  • High school rodeo heads into final weekend

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The spring high school rodeo season will wrap up this week with a trio of rodeos starting Friday at Mitchell, Saturday at Harrison and Sunday at Crawford. A trio of rodeos was held last weekend beginning at Staplet...
  • Fifty-three in first session of swim lessons

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In beautiful sunny, warm weather, the first day of Imperial’s swimming lessons got off to a good start Monday. Pool Manager Shanna Carter said 53 are signed up for the first two-week session June 4-15. Another sessi...
  • Senior girls’ softball starts games this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial is one of four teams in the 2012 Tri-County South fast pitch girls’ softball league. High school players age 14 and above can participate in the league. Imperial’s first game is tonight (Thursday) when th...
  • Cornhusker State Games Torch Run coming through Imperial next week

    Still looking for a few runners in this area By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There are still a few spots open in the Imperial and Enders areas for those wanting to run a leg of the Cornhusker State Games Torch Run. Patterned after the Olympic Torch...
  • Golf tournament for scholarships this Saturday at Enders course

    Imperial Chapter #279, Order of Eastern Star, will be hosting their 14th Annual Couples Scramble Golf Tournament at Enders Lake Golf Course this Saturday. Money from this tournament will help to support scholarships for graduating seniors in Chase County....
  • Youth learn cattle grooming skills

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican About 15 youth were taught the finer points of showing cattle this week. They also learned about living their lives with grace. Karen and Chuck McCullough of McCullough Fitting Clinics of Allerton, Iowa were in Imperi...
  • Ash Hollow Pageant a look back in history

    The spirit of the American West is embodied in the story of the pioneers who crossed the country in the 1840’s and 50’s heading for Oregon, California and Utah. With the eternal dream of finding a better life, the pioneers left home and everything th...
  • Imperial pursuing ‘bucket TIF’ project for improvements in downtown area

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Funding for new public construction such as lighting, infrastructure and sidewalks, and partial funding of private business improvements in Imperial’s downtown area could be a reality through the use of tax incremen...
  • Classmates reconnect at Alumni Banquet

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The “Class of 2” Chase County High School Alumni Banquet blew into Imperial Saturday night with stiff winds. That didn’t keep anyone in the classes ending in “2” from having fun. Two hundred fifty alumni and...

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