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  • Spickelmier moves to top of steer wrestling standings

    Chadron State College senior Miles Spickelmier of Imperial placed fourth in both go-rounds and in the final standings of the steer wrestling last weekend at the Casper College rodeo. His times were 6.0 and 9.3 seconds, respectively. The 90 points he earne...
  • Lady Longhorns take third at Hershey

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was windy all day long Saturday, and that played havoc with the times and marks turned in by track athletes at the Hershey Invitational. Yet the Lady Longhorns still had 11 personal bests and a third place finish i...
  • Numerous changes made to Holyoke raceway

    Races to be held on Fridays with new surface, beer garden By Chris LeeThe Holyoke Enterprise Raceway enthusiasts will experience a little something different this year when they head out to Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke, Colo. Perhaps the biggest ch...
  • Public invited to readings of “Cockroach Monologues”

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Author Shelly Geiser, formerly of Imperial, will present readings from her book “Cockroach Monologues” this Sunday in Imperial. The public poetry reading will begin at 7 p.m. April 29 in the Chase County Schools a...
  • DaMoude honored by Ft. McPherson National Cemetery

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Makayla DaMoude of Imperial was recently honored by employees at Fort McPherson National Cemetery of Maxwell, when they presented her with an American flag for her services. The 14-year old was given the unflown flag,...
  • Nebraska state trooper injured in Hitchcock County crash Sunday

    A Nebraska State Patrol trooper received serious injuries when his patrol unit was struck nearly head-on by an unlicensed 17-year old driver. Just before 2 a.m. Sunday, Trooper Jeffrey Van Stelton, 28, was traveling westbound on U.S. Highway 34, about fou...
  • Chase County musicians collect numerous superiors

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Out of its 26 entries, Chase County vocalists and instrumentalists collected 21 superiors, or “I” ratings, at Friday’s District 5 music contest. A superior is the highest rating a performer(s) can receive in the...
  • 4-H public speaking, music contests combined this year

    Twelve 4-Hers were awarded ribbons in the 2012 Chase County 4-H Public Speaking and Music Contest held April 12 at Imperial. Youths from nine to 19 have an opportunity to participate in the 4-H Public Speaking Program from county to state levels. 4-H mem...
  • Longhorn golfers third at Perkins County, fourth at Garden County

    Chase County Longhorn varsity golfers garnered a top three finish at the Perkins County invite on Tuesday, April 17 and backed it up with a fourth place Tuesday, April 24, at the Garden County invite. The Longhorns posted a 352 at Perkins County with fre...
  • Firefighters gather for annual awards night

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Current members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department, retired members and a representative for the rural fire board gathered Saturday for the annual IVFD awards night. It’s a time to recognize the volunteer hou...
  • Fourteen receive First Holy Communion at St. Patrick’s

    Sunday was a special day for 14 youngsters at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Imperial as they received the sacrament of First Holy Communion during the morning Mass. Taking part in the special day were, front from left, Sophie Fiedler, Itzel Chavez, Shelb...
  • First meet introduces school’s new track

    It was a historical day of sorts Tuesday as Chase County Schools’ newly built track was introduced at its first official meet. The Chase County Invitational Track Meet was attended by six other schools Tuesday, and the Longhorn teams did well with a f...
  • Republican brings home 17 press contest awards

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Republican won a total of 17 awards in the this year’s Nebraska Press Association’s (NPA) Better Newspaper Contest. The contest results were announced Saturday during NPA’s annual convention held...
  • Light dam lease auction brings lively bidding

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The current lease-holder will retain the right to graze cattle on the city of Imperial’s light dam section again for another two years, but it’s going to cost him more. Scott Clements had the high bid at Monday ni...
  • District music contest in Imperial Friday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Five hundred sixty-nine students are expected to fill Chase County Schools (CCS) on Friday for the District V Music Contest. This is the first time the contest has been held in Imperial. McCook High School has been th...
  • Rate study suggests 3.8 percent average electric rate increase

    If council gives okay, rates would rise in October 2012 By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Electrical rates for Imperial customers are likely going up later this year, but not as high as earlier expected. Based on projections several months ago, Pub...
  • McPherson College concert in Imperial Saturday night

    Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial will be host to the McPherson College Choir this Saturday for a concert as part of the group’s spring tour.The concert will begin at 7 p.m. at the church in Imper­ial. The program by the 55-voice college choir and the 1...
  • County Fair Parade Grand Marshals, Smith brothers, epitomize ‘Homegrown Success’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Stan, Gene and Les Smith are a classic example of what the Chase County Fair parade committee was thinking of when they chose “Homegrown Success” as the parade theme for this summer. The brothers have “lived ...
  • Revised 2012-2013 school calendar will have winter break

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After comments that a proposed 2012-13 school calendar reviewed by the CCS board of education in March had no extended breaks second semester, a different calendar was up for approval last week. The latest calendar ve...
  • Mullanix, Bernhardt reign as Prom king, queen

    It was “A Night in India” theme Saturday night for the 2012 spring Prom at Chase County Schools. Part of the festivities included crowning of a king and queen after the promenade in the Wellington School gym. Below left, Nick Mullanix receives the c...

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