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  • Spring turkey season opens March 25

    Spring turkey hunting season opens across the state for archers and youth archers on March 25, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The season opens April 9 for youth shotgunners and April 16 for shotgunners. All spring turkey seasons clo...
  • CCS cheerleader try-outs in April

    Chase County High School will be holding try-outs for cheerleaders on April 4, at 7 p.m. in the Shorthorn gym. Only the girls trying out and their immediate family may attend. Practices will be held March 29-April 1 (Tues.-Fri.) also in the Shorthorn Gym...
  • Quiz Bowl team second at districts

    Although the Chase County Schools high school Quiz Bowl team scored more points than any other team at the district ESU #15 competition in McCook last Thursday, it came in second place. Medicine Valley tied with CCS with seven wins and one loss, but took ...
  • Sixth grade girls win championship at Miss Basketball tourney

    A sixth grade girls’ team from Imperial took first in their division at the Miss Basketball Tournament in Kearney last weekend. They competed in the sixth grade girls’ B division and defeated three other teams enroute to the championship—Grand Islan...
  • Information/fundraiser for SCORE Monday night

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Fifth and sixth grade students will present an adaptation of poet Shel Silverstein’s “The Unicorn” during an informational night about SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences) Monday night at Chase Coun...
  • Staff announced for science camps

    By Marla SmithCamp Director S.C.O.R.E. registration is continuing on the website as well as from mailed in applications. Brochures have been mailed to area schools and are also available at business sponsors. Those interested may also print a brochure fro...
  • Hospital lab gets new equipment upgrades

    Over the last two weeks, the Chase County Community Hospital laboratory has implemented new technology related to blood testing. A new Sysmex CA-560 Coagulation Analyzer was placed into service the week of March 7. Staff members, including Susan Castle, ...
  • 2011 fair entertainment named

    REO Speedwagon to headline rock show, Craig Morgan and The Band Perry slated for country show By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican It’s official—contracts for this year’s entertainers at the Chase County Fair are signed, sealed and delivered....
  • Effects of tsunami felt by former Imperial residents

    ■ Editor’s note: The days and times noted in this story are Japan time, which is 15 hours ahead of Imperial time, unless otherwise noted. By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Lt. Cheryl Swink, a 1982 Chase County High School graduate, and now station...
  • ‘Heaven is for Real’ sales continue to soar

    Burpos scheduled for The Today Show appearance Monday By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Their publicist has said a break should be coming soon. The Todd Burpo family of Imperial would take even a short hiatus from all the interviews and traveling s...
  • Theatre is going digital

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Thanks to a major contribution from city sales tax revenue, the Imperial Theatre is going digital. Action at Monday’s city council meeting included approval of $52,000 (plus tax) from the community development sal...
  • Art class encourages creativity

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one of a series of stories concerning students utilizing the Imperial campus of Mid-Plains Community College to obtain a degree and further their education.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Four women are learning about ab...
  • City council approves lot prices on Cornerstone Development property

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Recommended lot prices in the city-owned Cornerstone Development property were accepted by the city council at their meeting Monday night. A grid of prices for the residential and commercial lots, which encompass ne...
  • Preschool applications available in Imperial

    Applications for Little Longhorns Preschool and Daycare, planned for Zion Lutheran Church, are now available in Imperial. Applications may be picked up at Pivot Electric, Jeff Olsen CPA, Farm Bureau Insurance, or by contacting Dustin and Cyndi Weiss or Je...
  • Final pesticide training rescheduled to March 28

    By Robert TignerSW4 Agricultural Extension Educator The last private pesticide education class for the SW4 extension area has been rescheduled to March 28 . The old date was March 30. The class will start at 1pm MT at the Imperial fairgrounds. There is a...
  • Tom Terryberry wins again in Monsanto program

    Another $2,500 going to Imperial FFA chapter By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Tom Terryberry of Imperial has been selected as a winner again in America’s Farmers Grow Communities Program, which gives farmers the opportunity to win $2,500 for a loc...
  • Elsie Feed Center presents check to Imperial FFA

    On March 7, Kelsey Steinwart of the Elsie Feed Center in Elsie presented a check for $297 to the Imperial FFA chapter. The funds were the result of the Elsie Feed Center’s participation in “Home Grown,” an initiative developed by Red Brand fencing ...
  • Transfers could aid NRD’s acreage retirement program

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Water transfers could be used to supplement  an acreage retirement program being proposed by the Upper Republican Natural Resources District. During their monthly meeting March 8 in Imperial, NRD board members dis...
  • Trip down memory lane

    A friend’s motivation to take walking breaks in her work day makes sense. It’s amazing what a little escape can do to set a new frame of mind and stir up energy. The break pays for itself. Determined to make that a priority, I did indeed head out the ...
  • Census news great for Imperial

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Ever since the census came out in 2000, the results of the count for Imperial stuck in my craw. City officials knew the count wasn’t accurate because residents in one of the care facilities weren’...

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