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  • Wauneta this year’s site for Pheasants Forever banquet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Overall, there will be about 200 items hunting enthusiasts will have the chance to take home from Saturday’s 21st annual Southwestern Nebraska Pheasants Forever banquet. This year, the event will headquarter in Waun...
  • Sign-up for summer ball teams to start soon

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Baseball and softball players who want to play in this summer’s Imperial leagues will be receiving forms this Friday. Those who played in last summer’s programs will be getting a 2011 registration form in their em...
  • Three from Chase County at state high school bowling

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Abby Polly, Tapainga Kahle and Sean Mandeville, all students at Chase County Schools, competed in the Nebraska High School Bowling Federation state tournament. Competing Feb. 12 at Parkway Lanes in Lincoln, the three ...
  • Local taekwondo students undergo ranking testing

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A taekwondo program that was extended to Imperial last October from Holyoke, Colo., held its first ranking testing for a group of local students last week. Instructor Rey Rafols, owner of the Golden Dragon Martial Art...
  • CCS takes fourth at SPVA speech

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Two students medaled and Chase County Schools placed fourth in the SPVA speech tournament held at CCS Feb. 16. More than 100 students participated in the meet, with schools placing as follows: Perkins County, N.P. St....
  • Music scholars have busy schedule

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The next few weeks will be busy for vocal and instrumental  music students at Chase County Schools. Numerous concerts and contests are on the calendar through March 9. The hectic schedule begins today (Thursday) when...
  • FBLA Week celebrated at school

    By Bethany SorensenFBLA Reporter FBLA week was Feb. 6-12 and the Chase County Schools chapter had some exciting things for each day of the week. On Monday, messages were placed in the announcements about some fun facts about what FBLA is about and goals ...
  • Hearts beating fast for Heart Association

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Youth in grades K-6 performed a lot of jumps and skips last week, as they “Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart” in their Chase County Schools physical education classes. P.E. Teacher Jodie Schuller said this is the fift...
  • Valentine-themed event brings fathers, daughters together

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Dancing, games, crafts and photos brought fathers (or other significant “dads”) and their Girl Scout daughters together  for an afternoon of fun Saturday, Feb. 12. The annual Girl Scout Father/Daughter “Forma...
  • Off duty officers could be armed at school functions

    By Emily NohrNebraska News Service An Omaha state senator thinks that allowing guns in the hands of off duty law enforcement attending school functions could keep Nebraska institutions safer. At a Feb. 16 Judiciary Committee hearing, Sen. Burke Harr of Om...
  • Christensen measure heard in committee

    ■ 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...
  • SCORE registration will open March 1

    The new SCORE website will be activated and ready for online registration March 1, according to Project Director Marla Smith of Imperial. SCORE stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences, and is an effort of the Chase County Schools Education Fo...
  • Future cheerleaders get taste of the limelight

    Halftime of the boys’ varsity basketball game Friday featured some special entertainment. Participants in the annual mini cheer camp, sponsored by the CCS cheerleaders, were on the floor to showcase some of the dances and cheers they learned at the ca...
  • Vitosh resigns from elementary principal position

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools will need a new K-6 elementary principal next year after the resignation of current principal Nate Vitosh at last Wednesday’s school board meeting. Vitosh tendered his resignation effective a...
  • Council approves Manor daycare, flooring in city gym

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial City Council took a step Monday night in approving a daycare facility in the Imperial Manor basement. The council voted to approve a facility for 40-60 children at a start-up cost of under $15,000. Manor ...
  • Goal of augmentation to keep from shutting off wells

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican■ Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles that will examine details of the purchase of 4,000 acres to be used for a stream augmentation project by the Upper Republican Natural Resources District...
  • ‘Walk to Afghanistan’ shows support for U.S. soldiers

    The United States of America is fortunate to have brave men and women who continue to answer the call of protecting and defending the freedoms we enjoy and often take for granted. One such group of soldiers is the men and women of the 623rd Engineers (...
  • Real Estate Commission dismisses complaint against Imperial realtors

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In a decision handed down Jan. 24, the Nebraska Real Estate Commission dismissed a complaint against Michal and Jane Moreland, owners of Moreland Realty in Imperial, that had been filed by the city of Imperial. Referr...
  • Settlement is reached in Perkins County fatal crash

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel A settlement of more than $1.4 million was reached last week in a federal lawsuit against the Pelster family of Elsie in seeking compensation for the death of Debra Palser.   She is the former Debra Ridlen of Enders,...
  • CCS eighth grader takes top honors in county spelling bee

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Try spelling words like narcoleptic, rambunctious and curmudgeon. Those are among the words that challenged some of Chase County’s top spellers in sixth, seventh and eighth grades at Tuesday’s county spelling bee ...

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