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  • Anderson retires from NRCS

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Longtime USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) employee Joe Anderson will be honored with a retirement open house Friday. The conservationist is retiring after 30 years with the NRCS. Anderson began his c...
  • NRCS extends sign-up period for conservation program

    Applications will now be accepted through Jan. 21 The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has extended the ranking period cut-off date for producers to apply for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) to Jan. 21, 2011. CSP is a voluntary ...
  • NRCS to host prescribed burn workshop; area Burn Association to be organized

    The NRCS Grant field office is hosting a workshop on organizing and executing prescribed fire operations, and to organize a Burn Association for Chase and Perkins Counties. The meeting is open to the public and is being held in Grant on Tuesday, Jan. 25 ...
  • Proposed smoking bill makes sense

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorA bill introduced this week in the Nebraska Legislature addresses smoking on school property, and is one that likely won’t have a lot of opposition. LB 313, introduced by Omaha Sen. Jeremy Nordquist, if...
  • Did I really have 10-year-old spices?

    A clutter-free life. What a dream! When looking back over columns, I’ve lost count how many times I thought I had taken a big turn in my life to be organized. Ha. If that’s the case, then why do I have drawers, closets and a large store room full of c...
  • Senators have light-hearted start, but realize budget seriousness

    ■ Editor’s note: During this year’s Unicameral session in Lincoln, The Imperial Republican will be running occasional stories written by journalism students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The stories are a service of the Nebraska News Servic...
  • Tourism promoted in Denver

    Members of the Chase County Tourism Committee spent the weekend promoting Chase County during the International Sportsmans Expo in Denver. Members Roger Harmon, Linda Pirog and Claudette Swanson manned a booth at the Denver Convention Center. Also attendi...
  • CCS hosts annual speech contest

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools finished sixth in the Chase County Invitational speech tournament last Saturday. First was Perkins County, followed by St. Pat’s in second, Paxton in third, Wauneta/Palisade in fourth, Hershey i...
  • Girls to meet Hershey in SPVA tourney first round

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County is seeded No. 6 in next week’s six-team SPVA Conference girls’ basketball tournament in North Platte. That’s despite the fact the Lady Longhorns have beaten 2 of the teams seeded ahead of them. Seed...
  • Overtime free throws give Lady Longhorns edge

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Free throw shooting again came through for the Lady Longhorn basketball team Friday night, as they took a one-point overtime win in Holyoke, Colo. The victory came just nine days after Chase County won the Perkins C...
  • Fans, players will be wearing pink at Thursday’s games

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Pink will be the color to wear tonight (Thursday) at the home varsity girls’ and boys’ basketball games as Chase County hosts Perkins County. It’s a new service project of the Imperial FFA chapter, which is work...
  • Chase County wrestlers have two home meets approaching

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools will be hosting its invitational wrestling meet at the Chase County High School gym on Saturday. Jan. 15. Teams expected to participate include: Chadron, Cambridge, Sidney, Ogallala, Garden Count...
  • Chase County starts second half of season in Ogallala

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican The Chase County wrestling team took seven wrestlers to the Ogallala invite. Despite having as many open weights as full, Chase County was able to take a win in one of the five duals of the day. Drew Curtis was the ...
  • Longhorns suffer 53-61 loss at Holyoke Friday

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Coach Carl Zuege went into last Friday’s game against Holyoke thinking his Longhorn team could even their record to 5-5 and start a five-game run into the conference semi-finals. Instead, the Chase County Longhor...
  • Blood drive coming up Jan. 20

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Community Blood Drive is scheduled for Jan. 20 at Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial. According to coordinator Karen Hayes, the goal is to have 84 appointments. Hayes notes that a donor may not participate ...
  • CCS science fair again attracts interest

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Throughout the day last Friday, staff, students and the public slowly perused 58 science projects ringing the upper level of the Longhorn Gym at Chase County Schools. This is the third year teacher Kim Wilson’s nint...
  • Mark Christensen begins second term in state Unicameral

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Wednesday marked the first day of the 90-day session of the 102nd Nebraska Legislature. It also marked the beginning of a new four-year term for 44th District Senator Mark Christensen of Imperial. Christensen won re...
  • Heavy snow doesn’t seriously inconvenience Imperial area

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Despite receiving 6 inches of snow on New Years weekend, businesses in Imperial kept open as usual, and drivers were cautious.     The Chase County Sheriff’s Department reported only one accident over the snowy...
  • Agriculture, streets, hospital district among staff-ranked top 2010 stories

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Not surprisingly, an agricultural-related issue was ranked the top story of 2010 by the 10 Imperial Republican staff members. The year’s timely rainfall and moisture that came at key  times of the Chase County cr...
  • Timothy Tatum May is truly a New Year’s Baby

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican This year’s first baby of the New Year at Chase County Community Hospital is truly that—a New Year’s Baby. Little Timothy Tatum May was born Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011, at 1:10 p.m. to parents Taylor and Michelle Ma...

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