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  • Soccer registration forms due Feb. 24

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Sign-up for Imperial soccer leagues is now underway. The registration fee will be $25 per player this year and includes a team uniform and socks. Forms are available at the Imperial city office or Imperial Super Foods...
  • Season over for Chase County girls

    Coach: team didn’t give up in final game, or all season long By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Their season may have come to an end, but according to the Lady Longhorn basketball coaches, the girls can be proud of themselves for the 2011-12 seaso...
  • Students working to raise funds for Heart Association

    Students in grades K-6 at Chase County Schools are busy collecting pledges for their participation in the school’s sixth annual Jump Rope for Heart and fifth annual Hoops for Heart events next Friday, Feb. 24. The youths jump rope or shoot baskets in ...
  • Chase County harvests almost 20 percent of medals at tournament

    The Chase County Schools speech team brought home 11 medals from the Southwest tournament in Bartley last Saturday, out of a possible 54. Fourteen students participated in the meet. Chase County took fourth place, just behind Hayes Center. First was Sout...
  • 88th annual Tharp machinery sale set

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel Machinery is appearing on site, and auctioneers and volunteers are gearing up for the 88th annual Tharp Sale set for next Tuesday, Feb. 21, south of Grant. The sale starts at 9 a.m., with the expectation that vehicles...
  • Still time to register for Ladies Retreat

    Those interested in attending Saturday’s annual Imperial Bible Church Ladies Retreat still have time to register. Registrations will be taken at the door Saturday from 8 to 8:45 a.m. at the church at 800 West 11th St. in Imperial. Cost is $15, which in...
  • State workers put up Imperial’s new population numbers

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Travelers entering Imperial on four different roadways now know what most local residents do—the city has surpassed the 2,000 population mark once again. The city’s population of 2,071 tallied in the 2010 Census...
  • Snow finally falls for more normal season

    Just a couple days earlier, temperatures were in the 50s, but the weather finally showed more normal conditions Friday as eight inches of snow was measured in Imperial. The snow brought out brothers, above, Gannon Clevenger and Gabriel Lange, who enjoye...
  • NRD hearing on pooling, transfer rule changes set

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Patrons in the Upper Republican Natural Resources (URNRD) will get to offer their input on several proposed rule changes during a public hearing Monday, Feb. 13, at the district’s headquarters in Imperial, beginni...
  • Filings come in for city council, commissioner, NRD board

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With the Feb. 15 incumbent filing deadline inching ever closer, four current office-holders filed for election to additional terms this past week. Three of them are Chase County incumbents on the Upper Republican NRD ...
  • Snow, moisture spawn run on burn permits

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Nineteen. That’s the number of burn permits issued by the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department since last weekend’s winter storm dropped some much-needed moisture in the form of both rain and snow. Fire Chief Nick...
  • Emergency teams rally together during tragedy in Wauneta; Rod McMinn pronounced dead

    Cause of death after accident at Wauneta Roller Mills unknown By Sheri HinkThe Wauneta Breeze Last Wednesday, Feb. 1, Wauneta community volunteers worked tirelessly in an attempt to save Rodney ‘Rod’ McMinn after he fell into a bin at Wauneta Roll...
  • ‘Rolling Out Red Carpet’ winners named for Valentine’s dinners

    Four names were drawn Wednesday morning in the Imperial Chamber’s Valentine’s Day promotion, “Rolling Out the Red Carpet.”Winners drawn from a group of entries, who called into the KADL Radio Station to get registered the past two weeks, were Dana...
  • Local chapter to celebrate FCCLA Week

    Chase County members of FCCLA  (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America ) will join more than 195,000 members nationwide in celebrating National FCCLA Week Feb. 12-18. This year’s theme is “Raising the Bar.”  For FCCLA Week, members are pl...
  • Man injured in car race on highway

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Sheriff’s Department said 32-year-old Andrew Conder of Imperial was injured during what appeared to be a high speed car race on Highway 6, west of the Sand Draw, west of Imperial  Feb. 1. Sheriff K...
  • Proficiency, state degree interviews bring rewards for FFA members

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Students in the Imperial FFA at Chase County Schools scored well Feb. 1 when confronted by District 11 FFA advisors in McCook who reviewed their proficiency applications and interviewed them for state degrees. The Imp...
  • Bugler raising money for Taps trip

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Fourteen-year-old Makayla DaMoude of Imperial has a wish. She wishes to be a part of the 150th anniversary celebration of “Taps” in Virginia this summer. A trumpet and bugle player, DaMoude is busy raising money f...
  • Pantry collection effort yields Super Bowl package for local family

    During January, people dropping off food items at the Imperial Viaero store for the Chase County Pantry had the chance to sign up for a Super Bowl Party give-away that included all the snacks, drinks and paper goods, as well as a Viaero bag, for a good ti...
  • Wauneta native named as vice president at Orthman

    Orthman Manufacturing announced the appointment of Rod Haarberg as Vice President of Global Product Development. Haarberg will oversee all product development and management, including engineering, research and development, and product support. He will ...
  • Conservation compliance vital when preparing for 2012 growing season

    As farmers plan for the coming crop year, Teri Moss of the Chase County Farm Service Agency reminds them that it’s critical to remain compliant with Highly Erodible Land (HELC) and Wetland Conservation (WC) provisions. HELC and WC compliance must be mai...

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