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  • Scott Ohlson on Doane team headed for national meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Scott Ohlson will have a grand finale to his college cross country career next weekend. The Doane senior will be at the national NAIA meet Nov. 21 in Vancouver, Wash., as part of the Tiger men’s team. Doane made the...
  • Two CCS show choirs in Scottsbluff Festival

    The 27th annual Old West Weekend Show Choir Festival was Saturday at Scottsbluff High School, sponsored by the Hometown Radio group in Scottsbluff. The Chase County Junior High Show Choir and the 9th St. Singers participated in the Festival. The junior ...
  • Third grade class earns party for Red Ribbon Week spirit

    During Red Ribbon Week, observed during the last week of October, classes at Chase County Schools were encouraged to dress according to each day’s theme. Annie Pursley’s third grade class had the highest percentage of students to participate by dressi...
  • CCS junior named Equine Athlete of Month

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Shelby Frasier of Benkelman, a junior at Chase County Schools, was named one of two Equine Athletes of the Month for October. She and fellow Athlete of the Month Wyatt Mann of Box Elder, SD, were featured in this mont...
  • More H1N1 vaccine received

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “Quite a bit” of the H1N1 vaccine, both in shot and nasal spray form, has been received by Chase County Community Hospital.      That’s according to Lori Mendenhall of the Chase County Preparedness Coordinati...
  • National Radiologic Week observed at county hospital

    Chase County Community Hospital recognizes the significant contributions imaging has made to the field of medicine during National Radiologic Week Nov. 8-14. The week officially kicked off with X-ray Discovery Day on Nov. 8. Chase County Community Hospit...
  • Lab testing could help determine fire cause at Harchelroad’s

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Lab testing on wiring reclaimed from the Harchelroad fire could be a key in helping determine the cause of the fire that destroyed Harchelroad Motors in mid-October. Fire Marshal Investigator Ryan Sylvester of Ogall...
  • Nebraska soldiers at Fort Hood safe from shooting

    A Nebraska National Guard spokesman says Nebraska soldiers stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, have been accounted for after last week’s deadly shooting. Lt. Col. Bob Vrana told the Associated Press the 70 members of the Guard’s Lincoln-based 313th Medical...
  • Hospital Foundation supports cancer survivor painting therapy class

    Cancer patients and survivors from the area can now find help with the healing effects and joyful results of creating art. Marcia Bauerle of Imperial, a certified art educator with over 35 years of art experience, will lead the course which will be held ...
  • City crew takes advantage of weather

    It may seem early to be getting out the Christmas decorations, but it is only six weeks until Christmas. And, the city of Imperial crew decided to take advantage of the nice weather this week to hang the decorations along the poles on Broadway. The lights...
  • Tattoo shop open for business in Wauneta

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze After jumping through the required hurdles, Christopher Hansen of Wauneta has launched a new business enterprise—Christopher’s Tattoo Shop—offering tattooing and body piercing services. The new business is located in a...
  • O’Neil granddaughter recognized as one of ‘Twilight’ saga’s biggest fans

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze A New Jersey teen with ties to southwest Nebraska got the chance to live the dreams of thousands of teenage girls this month. Elizabeth Hamilton, granddaughter of Nancy and Ron O’Neil of rural Wauneta, was among three girl...
  • Hunting on the Plains

    Click to read the 2009 Hunting on the Plains. Download PDF (3.71 MB)...
  • Originality on display at Costume Parade

    The Longhorn gym at Chase County Schools was filled with monsters, ghouls, pirates and witches, but many of the costumes on parade last Thursday were less frightful. It was the Halloween Parade of Costumes, as students in grades K-6 marched around the g...
  • Weather making this corn harvest one of latest in decades

      USDA says this year’s harvest latest since 1967 By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Normally by this time of the year, corn harvest has wrapped up or is near to it. But this year is different. With the exception of some dryland and high-mois...
  • Imperial in line for second state trooper

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Depending on what the Nebraska Legislature decides about budget cuts in the special session that began Wednesday, Imperial could be receiving a second Nebraska State Patrolman again. Currently, Trooper Dan Thompson is...
  • Senator headed to Lincoln for special budget cutting session

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With declining tax revenues reducing the money in state coffers, Governor Dave Heineman summoned state legislators back to Lincoln this week for a special budget cutting session. Senator Mark Christensen said the s...
  • City of Imperial recycling program continues to work well

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “The market has been crazy of late,” City Clerk/Administrator Jo Leyland said Tuesday of the city’s recycling program. When the economy took a big dip last year, Leyland said she couldn’t get rid of cardboard...
  • Blizzard of holiday stamps

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Not only did Imperial experience a blizzard last week, but it’s “snowing” inside the Imperial Post Office, too. The “Winter Holidays” stamps for Christmas, 2009, feature snowflakes. The stamps depict a reind...
  • Briefs

    Free distance learning workshop on leadership offered here this month “Leadership for a Lifetime” is a free workshop that will be offered in Imperial at the distance learning room at Chase County Schools.The workshop will be aired Nov. 19 from 6 to 8...

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