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  • West wins both CSO all-star games

    Adam Moline MVP in boys’ game Sheyla Christner scored six points Friday night as the West team, led by Coach Roger Lauhead of Wauneta, doubled up the East 70-35 in Cambridge’s CSO girls All-Star game. West MVP went to Hitchcock County’s Laramey Le...
  • Ty Spicklemier second in team roping standings, 8th in roping

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Freshman Ty Spickelmier stands second in the team roping of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association with just two weekends remaining in the regular season. Spickelmier ropes as the heeler with his header partner...
  • New school weightlifting record

    A new Chase County Schools weightlifting record was set during the last week of classes May 21 when sophomore Justus Wallin broke the open squat record. His 525-pound lift broke the record of 515 lbs. set last year by Trevor Fuehrer, confirmed body condit...
  • Quilt of Valor nears completion

    Several Chase County 4-Hers have almost completed their Quilt of Valor service project, with the help of area seamstresses and donations from Pinnacle Bank and several private donors. Above, Dawn Castle, Kendall Prior and Lauren Prior finish piecing a qui...
  • Music, food important part of school year’s final days

    The last few days of the school year are often filled with music, food and special events. That was the case the past week with several band and vocal concerts, a K-6 field day, field trips and a barbecue. At left, fifth grade trumpeters Logan Mendenh...
  • Trial date set for second Kansas-Nebraska water suit

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Water disputes between Kansas and Nebraska will go back to trial Monday, Aug. 13, in Portland, Maine. Both states will present their case in front of Special Water Master William J. Kayatta, Jr., of Portland, Maine...
  • Commissioners not accepting Champion Lake, Park just yet

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican During a meeting Tuesday morning, the Chase County Commissioners came to an agreement with Kirk Nelson of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) to come up with a binding agreement concerning Champion Mill Stat...
  • Recreation areas ready for Memorial Day weekend

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican This weekend is the first big one of the summer season, though it’s not quite officially summer yet. Game & Parks Supt. Beau Licking has been getting ready for the summer activity since early March when he retur...
  • High school alumni returning this week

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As of Tuesday 250 Chase County High School alumni and friends had registered to attend the annual Alumni Banquet this Saturday. Alumni Association President Jeanette Munger said the event usually draws between 250-300...
  • Concerts showcase new auditorium piano

    This is no ordinary grand piano By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican People attending the vocal concerts at the school over the past several weeks got treated to the sounds of a new grand piano in the auditorium. The Essex, a product of renowned pi...
  • Another IVFD member honored with Award of Merit

    Brad Wheeler is 21st Imperial firefighter to be recognized By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican When Brad Wheeler was chosen by his fellow Imperial volunteer firefighters last month as their choice a second time for Fireman of the Year, he likely thoug...
  • Motorcycle accident claims life of Terrin Barnard

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Wauneta community got rocked with yet another tragedy Monday afternoon when Wauneta native Terrin Barnard, 28, died after losing control of the motorcycle he was driving. According to Chase County Sheriff Kevin...
  • Medical student learning at Chase County hospital, clinic

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As an Omaha native, Robert Szalewski wanted to get to know western Nebraska. That’s why, when he was required to perform a three-week rotation through the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Rural Care Block, ...
  • Lions Club supports many local, state, national efforts

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one in a series of feature stories concerning organizations that benefit the Imperial area. Volunteering in a community, through organizations, is a way to pay back for the benefits that the community offers an individual.By C...
  • Spots filling up for June’s ‘Mummy Madness’ camp

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Spots in the grade K-3 camp are almost filled, and interest in the grade 4-6 camp is also building for the “Mummy Madness” summer art, history and science camp in June. Presented by Imperial’s SCORE (Science Cam...
  • New pool toy, awning will greet Imperial pool patrons this year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican When swimmers arrive at the Imperial swimming pool for the first day of the season Tuesday, some new features will greet them. Pool manager Shanna Carter said a new fountain ball toy has been installed in the zero ent...
  • Groundwater users and surface water users likely always at odds

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher In mid-August, Nebraska will return to court in a Maine courtroom to face yet another challenge by Kansas over water use in the Republican River Basin. In 2008, Kansas filed suit for remedies to Nebr...
  • Public gets to thank school staff for service

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools recognized 11 staff members who are retiring or leaving the school system last Wednesday.          Superintendent Matt Fisher, who is one of those, thanked the group for their “hard work a...
  • Medals hard to come by at state track meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Despite bringing home just one eighth place medal from the state track meet, the Longhorns gained valuable experience at one of the largest high school athletic venues in Nebraska. Sophomore Kristen Jussel finished ei...
  • Seven qualify, compete at junior high state track meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Seven junior high seventh and eighth grade athletes at Chase County Schools competed at the Nebraska Junior High Championship Track Meet May 12 in Gothenburg. The all-class seventh and eighth grade combined meet invit...

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