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  • Newest State Trooper moves to Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Fresh from the 54th Basic Recruit Class of the Nebraska State Patrol’s graduation ceremony April 26 is State Trooper Bryan Walter, now of Imperial. The 24-year old is riding with Field Training Officer Dan Thompso...
  • Interviews to start for elementary positions

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Interviews will start next week for three elementary teaching positions at CCS open for the 2012-13 school year. Supt. Matt Fisher said they will be interviewing to fill the positions now held by Rita Hogsett and Mich...
  • Former Marine runs for wounded U.S. veterans

    His pass through Imperial Sunday marked halfway point By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican For many, just the thought of running a couple of miles seems a daunting feat. But Jamie Summerlin of Morgantown, WV is running nearly 3,400 miles across the Uni...
  • Fun things planned for school year end

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As students at Chase County Schools look toward the end of the school year, a number of celebrations jostle for space on the calendar. School will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. May 24. The teachers check out the next day. But,...
  • Vet Services expanding

    By Carolyn LeevThe Imperial Republican When an addition is completed, Veterinary Services LLC will have more than doubled its size. Construction will begin this week on the 3,000 square foot addition to the south of the present 2,000 square foot building....
  • Businesses honored for contributions to community

    The Imperial Chamber of Commerce recognized a number of businesses last week for their contributions to the city. During the Business Recognition and Expansion event at Pinnacle Bank, Brad and Jill Moline of Imperial Super Foods emceed the event May 8. Th...
  • Nation paying the price for stubborn political parties

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Tuesday night’s come-from-behind win by State Sen. Deb Fischer over Attorney General Jon Bruning for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate represents one of the biggest upsets in Nebraska politi...
  • Adults can learn valuable lessons from youths

    Are you smarter than a fifth grader? After seeing an episode of this series, I quickly realized I didn’t care to have my intelligence compared to that of a child on national T.V. Oh my. The series challenges adult contestants with questions from textbo...
  • Knobbe welds new sign for fairgrounds

    CCS senior Jared Knobbe, right, is shown installing a new “grandstand” sign at the Chase County fairgrounds last week. Knobbe built the steel sign as a project for his welding class at the school. The previous sign at the entrance of the grandstand ar...
  • Animal science field day planned

    “Activities on Thursday, May 31, at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) campus in Curtis will focus on the many different aspects of livestock production. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s West Central District Youth Animal Science...
  • Driver charged in death of Cody Fanning

    By Sheri HinkThe Wauneta Breeze Twenty-one-year-old Cody Barnes of Elwood was charged last week with manslaughter in the death of Cody Fanning when he fell from the back of Barnes’ pickup near their college. The charge is a class three felony and carrie...
  • Work in classroom pays off for high school students

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Based on the number of awards distributed last week, high school students at Chase County Schools found out work in the classroom does have its rewards. High school teachers who choose to give end-of-the-year awards d...
  • Junior high students collect honors for academics

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Students in seventh and eighth grade at Chase County Schools were recognized at the annual Honors Program May 7 at the school. Recognition for scholarship, achievement, citizenship, art, English, acting and chorus wer...
  • Vast majority of Class of 2012 going to college with scholarships

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Twenty-two of the 28 graduates from Chase County Schools will be going on to college with scholarship money to help them. Scholarships were awarded to the class from local organizations, businesses, individuals and as...
  • Grade 4-6 students gain academic awards

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A day of recognition on May 7 at Chase County Schools for work in the classroom and other school-related academic activities began in the afternoon with awards to students in grades 4-6. Other honors programs followed...
  • Junior high, high school vocal concert shows off talents

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools auditorium was packed during the May Vocal Concert May 8. The junior high and high school choirs and show choirs performed during the one-hour concert. New this year was the grand piano, donat...
  • Give and win with Bloodmobile

    The American Red Cross is offering an incentive for people to donate blood this summer. Give and Win offers a chance to win a prize certificate package from GiftCertificates.com to use on a travel getaway or other prizes. A Bloodmobile will be held in Imp...
  • Six Chase County girls state-bound

    Lady Longhorns to compete in five events By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Six girls on the Chase County track team are state-bound this week after good showings at the District C-10 meet in Arapahoe last Thursday. The six Lady Longhorns will compe...
  • Longhorns qualify five boys for state in three events

    Chase Co. team leaving Thursday for Omaha By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s boys’ track team is sending five of its athletes to Omaha this week, where they will compete in the finale of the 2012 high school track season. Those five...
  • Wauneta Roller Mill featured in latest ‘Nebraska Life’

    The historic Wauneta Roller Mill is featured in the May/June 2012 issue of Nebraska Life Magazine. In the two-page story entitled “Wauneta Flour Child Rescues Landmark Mill,” Nebraska Life Magazine staff writer Matthew Spencer reports on the flour mil...

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