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  • 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...
  • Email scam affecting Great Plains customers

    Customers of Great Plains Communications may have been exposed to an email scam aimed at stealing sensitive information. The email appears to come from Great Plains Communications and informs users that their account is about to expire and that they must ...
  • Swinks make it family affair at alumni reunion

    Five members of the Swink family, originally from the Champion area, were among the honored classes at last weekend’s Chase County High School alumni reunion. Four of the family members were among the honor classes (graduation year ending in “1”), w...
  • Memorial Day fire call confined to campfire

    Imperial Volunteer Fire Department members feared the worst when the fire whistle called them out to Enders lake mid-afternoon Monday, Memorial Day, amid some very high winds in the area.Luckily, it was not a grass fire or boat accident at the lake. Rathe...
  • Honoring our veterans never grows old

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Last month, I attended my daughter’s graduation from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I felt a great sense of pride when the band played “There is no place like Nebraska” to usher the graduat...
  • Final registration Monday for SCORE science camps

    If your child or grandchild is planning to attend SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences), mark your calendar for the final registration date. Any child enrolled in SCORE should attend registration June 6 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Chase County...
  • Imperial Pee Wee team opens with big win

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Pee Wee baseball team was the first this summer to see action on the Imperial ball fields. The team of 12 and 13-year-olds hosted Grant for a game Monday night at Schroeder Park and collected a big 23-1...
  • Water warm, air cool on opening pool day

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Kids were shivering Tuesday—not in the Imperial pool’s heated water, but up on deck. The bank sign said 78 degrees in late afternoon, but it was cooler earlier in the day. Tuesday was the first day the pool was op...
  • Sports physicals here June 7

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Athletes who will enter grades 8-12 this fall at Chase County Schools can take advantage of a special sports physical night at the Chase County Clinic next week.     Physicals will be conducted from 5 to 7 p.m. Tue...
  • Ty Spickelmier headed to National Junior High Rodeo

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Just like his older brother, Ty Spickelmier will be competing at a national rodeo this summer. An incoming Chase County Schools’ ninth grader, Spickelmier will compete at the Junior High School Rodeo Association’s...
  • Junior Legion team opens season this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The ping of the bat will be heard for the first time at Imperial’s Campbell Park field this week as Imperial’s Junior Legion baseball team opens its season. First games for Imperial were set for Wednesday, June 1,...
  • West Teams sweep Cambridge CSO All-Star basketball games

    By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze One game was close, while one wasn’t at all. But at the conclusion of both the girl’s and boys’ Cambridge CSO All-Star basketball games, two things were consistent: the West Teams won, and a pair of records no longe...
  • Area residents continue to attend graduations

    Graduates are putting away their caps and squaring off for jobs, as college graduations continue.Hallie Deaver Hallie Deaver of Champion graduated from McCook Community College this spring with an Early Childhood Education diploma. She is now working on h...
  • Twelve teams competing in co-ed softball; games start on Monday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The co-ed softball league including Imperial and Wauneta teams will see an increase in participation this summer. League coordinator Denise Smith of Imperial said 12 teams have registered for this year’s season, up ...
  • . . . we all scream for ice cream

    “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream” served as the theme for the Imperial Chamber’s school’s out celebration last Thursday, May 26. Chamber member Merrilyn Leibbrandt said they served at least 300 ice cream cones. Frenchman Valley...
  • Wauneta man arrested last week in connection with shooting incident

    An arrest has been made  in a shooting incident which occurred earlier this month in Wauneta. James McNab, 33, of Wauneta was arrested last week in connection with the alleged shooting incident. On Sunday, May 22, at approximately 11:40 a.m., the Chase C...
  • 2011 special for Imperial Valley Holiness Camp

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Imperial Valley Holiness Camp, located on Highway 6 between Imperial and Enders, is celebrating 100 years of worship this summer. The interdenominational camp will be open July 21-31, as it has been every summer since...
  • Rug making demo at museum Sunday

    On Sunday, June 5, DeMarys Cooper, Judy Teply and Morayah Cupp will join forces to present an informative program on making rugs at the Chase County Museum. DeMarys Cooper has been making rugs for about 20 years. Arabell Terwilliger taught her how to make...

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