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  • Singer/songwriters featured at county fair Christian show

    The trio of Allison, Casto & Williams promises an exciting show during the Chase County Fair’s Christian Family Night  this summer. The singer/songwriters will perform Aug. 15 at the fairgrounds. John Allison, James Casto and JP Williams are accomp...
  • Good news on child labor law action

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor In this part of the world, regulations coming down from the federal government aren’t normally welcomed with open arms. But one in particular from the Department of Labor that would have restricted te...
  • Never too young to help someone

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Many people in the area have donated their hair to the Locks of Love program over the years. But none has been as young as three-year old Elizabeth Hanna. The daughter of Tanna and Matt Hanna of Imperial had 11 inches...
  • Art students place in top three at NPCC’s high school exhibit

    Three Chase County Schools students placed in the top three at the annual North Platte Community College’s (NPCC) annual high school art-tech exhibit April 28-29. They included, from left, Andrea Hogsett, second in watercolor painting with “Animal”;...
  • Search on for Mrs. Imperial 2012

    Jennifer Bradley and Jen Hart, the Nebraska directors for the Mrs. America Pageant system are announcing that the search is on for the new Mrs. Imperial.   Once selected, the community representative will then advance on to compete in the Mrs. Nebraska P...
  • U.S. Senate candidate makes final rounds before Primary

    Deb Fischer is seeking the Republican nomination in the Nebraska U.S. Senate race, and was in Imperial Sunday where she met a number of area residents. Above, she greets Kevin Poppe of Grant at the home of Mark and Kathy Christensen, who hosted a coffee i...
  • Paisley earns highest appraiser’s license

    Garret Paisley is the second person in Nebraska to obtain a Certified General Appraiser’s License. It is the highest credential the state gives an appraiser. Paisley learned April 24 that he had received the license. It allows him to appraise any type o...
  • What does a Top Flight duck look like?

    Elizabeth Haarberg was walking her dogs on the Imperial Country Club Golf Course last Thursday, when they noticed a female mallard flushing from the base of a tree. Keeping the dogs away, Haarberg carefully peered into what turned out to be a nest of eggs...
  • Longhorn boys looking to state meet qualification

    Districts Thursday come after second place finish at Dundy County/Stratton meet By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County could send half a dozen or more to next week’s high school boys’ state track meet if their best performances come th...
  • SPVA plaques go to outgoing administrators, coaches

    As part of Saturday’s CCS Athletic Awards Banquet, two men who will be leaving the Chase County school system at the end of the 2011-12 year received plaques from the SPVA Conference, to which Chase County belongs. Grade 7-12 Principal Mike Sorensen, at...
  • District meet could send several Lady Longhorns to state

    At last regular meet, Jussel breaks records in 300 meter hurdles By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican State qualification is on the line this week for Chase County’s Lady Longhorns as they travel to the District C-10 Track Meet in Arapahoe. “We w...
  • Children sought for IKEs fishing day

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After a four year “drought,” the Southwest Chapter of the Isaak Walton League (IKEs) is again hosting a fishing day for youth. The Ron Berry Memorial Kids Fishing Day, named after the late Ron Berry, will be held ...
  • Imperial cowboy qualifies for college rodeo nationals

    Chadron State College senior Miles Spickelmier of Imperial has tied for first in the steer wrestling standings for the year in the Central Rocky Mountain Region.   That means he will be participating in the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., ...
  • Longhorn golfers second at SPVA, Creek Valley

    Kasselman wins Creek Valley; Moline cards albatross at Cozad By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County Longhorn golfers finished second in the SPVA meet held in North Platte Thursday, May 3, after taking second at the Creek Valley invite at Ch...
  • Reception May 16 to honor departing school staff

    A reception honoring Chase County Schools staff who are either retiring or moving elsewhere will be held in the school cafeteria Wednesday, May 16. Recognized will be Melody Newman, Matt and Donna Fisher, Marc and Michelle Mroczek, Rita Hogsett, Amy Walw...
  • Strength-obstacle races becoming more popular

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A number of Imperial residents recently finished the Spartan Race, a military-style 5-mile sprint held in Colorado Springs, Colo., last weekend. Two teams from the area competed with 259 other teams. They crawled over...
  • Bigger crowd attends athletic awards banquet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican More than 200 attended Saturday night’s CCS Athletic Awards Banquet, which recognized student athletes in a new format for their accomplishments and efforts this school year. This year, a meal preceded the awards an...
  • Harchelroad Motors opts to rebuild at Broadway location

    New body shop will be built first on land west of Alco Store By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Harchelroad Motors plans to begin construction in the next several months on a new facility to replace one destroyed by fire in October 2009. But instea...
  • Incoming kindergarten class showing some big numbers

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Fifty-nine prospective kindergarten students learned the ropes during Kindergarten Roundup at Chase County Schools (CCS) last Friday. Elementary Principal Pat Lane said three additional students were registered but...
  • Olympic gold medalist Curt Tomasevicz shares life lessons with CCS students

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Little did Olympic bobsledder Curt Tomasevicz know the life lessons learned while growing up in the small Nebraska town of Shelby would carry him all the way to Olympic gold. Tomasevicz (pronounced Tom•a•sev...

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