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  • New deputy follows in dad’s footsteps

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican He’s been around law enforcement all of his life. So for Justin Mueller, it was fairly natural to someday enter that profession. In high school, he said he enjoyed spending time with the Keith County deputies with w...
  • School has new elementary principal

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Patrick Lane, currently an elementary teacher in Cheyenne, Wyo., was hired as Chase County Schools’ elementary principal for 2011-12. His contract approved in the 9-0 school board vote Tuesday will pay him a startin...
  • Plenty of eggs to be hidden Saturday

    The Easter Bunny won’t be there, but the annual Easter Egg Hunt promises hundreds of hidden eggs at the Imperial City Park this Saturday. Sponsored by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce and the Imperial Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary, the hunt will begin prom...
  • Minor increases to be noted at post office

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As of Monday, the U.S. Postal Service will implement several small increases, mainly on three services. The cost of a second ounce on letters that weigh up to three and one-half ounces will increase from 17 to 20 cent...
  • Corn prices rocket past 2008’s record highs nearing $8 a bushel

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Futures prices for corn reached all-time highs Monday, rocketing past the previous high of $7.66 set in June 2008. These are proving to be volatile times in the trading pits as 2008’s highs were initially breached last wee...
  • Knotweed family newest to join state’s noxious weed list

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Knotweed, considered to be among one of the worst invasive species, is a new addition to Nebraska’s noxious weed list. Officials in 42 states, including parts of eastern Nebraska, have identified members of the knot...
  • Weight loss contest to benefit food pantry

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Are you challenged to meet the swim suit season with a lighter weight? Do you need a program to help you meet that goal? Adams Bank & Trust of Imperial and Frenchman Valley Produce have teamed up for “The Bigges...
  • Have you signed a donor card yet?

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Have you committed to give the gift of life by signing an organ donor card? April has been designated as “Donate Life Month” with the goal of raising awareness about the importance of being an org...
  • CCS expected to feel some effect of state aid bill

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican LB 235, the state aid bill sponsored by Sen. Greg Adams of York, will likely affect Chase County Schools’ budgeting next year. At Tuesday’s school board meeting, School Supt. Matt Fisher said early indications poi...
  • School aid bill passes first round vote unanimously

    ■ Editor’s note: During this year’s Unicameral session in Lincoln, The Imperial Republican is running occasional stories written by journalism students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The stories are a service of the Nebraska News Service, an...
  • NRD approves proposed settlement with rule violators

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Board members of Upper Republican Natural Resources District approved last week a proposed settlement with four landowners sanctioned last summer for violating district rules. Last June, the board handed down the s...
  • Still time to register for summer ball programs

    Summer rec director hired for 2011 season By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s not far off until the first baseball and softball games of the season. And, young people still wanting to play on teams in the various leagues in which Imperial partic...
  • Lady Longhorns capture Perkins County track meet championship

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican By a 12-point margin, the Lady Longhorns won their first meet of the season. It came Saturday at the Perkins County Invitational in Grant, when the Chase County girls swept by North Platte St. Pat’s for the title....
  • Sutherland Invitational track meet

    Saturday, April 16, 2011 (Times are CT) SCHEDULE OF EVENTS9:30 a.m.—Field eventsBoys’ shot put followed by girls’ shot putGirls’ discus followed by boys’ discusBoys’ long jump (north runway)Girls’ long jump (south runway)Boys’ high jump f...
  • Vlasin earns Colorado football honors

    When Brett Vlasin graduates from Wray (Colo.) High School, he will do so as the holder of one defensive and seven offensive school football records as well as being a three sport letterman (football, basketball, baseball). As a quarterback and defensive b...
  • Longhorn golfers take second in opening meet

    Longhorn Invite Saturday at ELGC By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorn golfers got their season off to a great start at Bayard Tuesday, April 5, taking second in the meet. Senior Charlie Haarberg led the team with an 87 to fi...
  • Chase County Invitational track, field meet

    Tuesday, April 19 All times are mountain timeSCHEDULE OF EVENTS8-8:30 a.m.—Scratch and add meeting at the storage building under the press box9 a.m.—Field Events Boys discus Boys long jump (west runway) Girls triple jump (east runway) Girls high jump ...
  • Longhorn boys take fourth at Perkins County

    Coach: improvement seen in some areas, more is needed By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County turned in several good performances at the Perkins County Invitational, and this being their last full week between regular season meets, Boys’ Coa...
  • Students tell of FFVF trip

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican About 55 people learned more about American history and our country’s historical sites during a presentation by students who went on the recent Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (FFVF) trip. Sponsored by the Chase...
  • Up, down RR crossing arms in Enders aggravate drivers

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Sheriff Kevin Mueller believes better communication with NKC Railroad will allow his office to handle crossing arm problems that delay traffic along roadways in the county. Problems last Tuesday, April 5,...

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