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  • Longhorns roll past Morrill 48-5 for third win

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With a 48-5 win over Morrill Friday, the Chase County Longhorns picked up their third win in four starts Friday night.      While the Longhorns dominated the ball game for their first district win, Coach Dan Lenn...
  • Varsity team still above .500 mark

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Just past the halfway point of the season, Chase County’s varsity volleyball team remains above the .500 mark as it entered this week’s action with a 9-8 record. The Lady Longhorns finished 2-2 in action the past ...
  • Longhorn boys win Dundy County/Stratton meet, 5th at UNK invite

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s cross country boys added another title to the list, winning the Dundy County/Stratton invite last Thursday, Sept. 24. Then, on Monday, the boys finished fifth in a 21-team field in the Class D division...
  • Free youth trap shoot this Sunday

    A free youth trap shoot designed to teach rules and etiquette of the sport will be held Sunday, Oct. 4 at the Plainsman Trap Club, south of Imperial, on the Bob Grams farm. Youths through the 12th grade are invited to take part. The event will start at 1:...
  • Grant native wins women’s division at Omaha marathon

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel With the ease of a well-seasoned runner, Grant High School graduate and business owner Lauren (Poppe) Klima captured top place in the women’s division of the Omaha Marathon on Sunday. With a finish time of 3:04:19, ...
  • Cross placed following ‘Happy Jack’ Memorial Run

    On Saturday, the first annual “Happy Jack” Memorial Run was held in honor of Jack Carman of Imperial, who passed away on Sept. 27, 2008, as a result of a motorcycle accident. Approximately 40 motorcycles, five to 10 automobiles and 75 people, which in...
  • Magazine, museum request Nebraska storm stories

    Nebraska Life Magazine and The Durham Museum are reaching out to the public for stories, photographs and information about artifacts relating to two of the most destructive natural disasters to occur in Nebraska during the past 60 years—the Missouri Riv...
  • Small town, big hearts

    “There’s no place like a small town when it comes to caring and giving”  was the sentiment Sept. 13 during a benefit for the Troy Palser family in Elsie. The benefit was organized and hosted by the Elsie Fire Department. The firemen served barbecue...
  • District Governor commends local club for growth in membership

    Rotary District Governor Jim Shreck of North Platte commended the Imperial club for being one of few clubs to show a growth in membership the last year. He took pride in sharing the ongoing accomplishments of Rotary Clubs around the world and emphasized t...
  • Summer ‘flies’ by

    Many will agree that this past summer flew by, with Tuesday marking the first official day of fall. Another sign that summer has past comes when the Monarch butterflies make their annual migration to the warmer climate in Mexico. With the sun beating do...
  • Pool’s first season in the books; rust, leak is being investigated

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The inaugural season for Imperial’s new pool has ended, and city officials and the general contractor for the structure are now dealing with a few repair issues. At last week’s city council meeting, Public Works S...
  • Dates set for city’s 125th

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s 4th of July celebration will be a bit bigger in 2010. That’s due to the inclusion of the city of Imperial’s 125th anniversary, or quasquicentennial, celebration that summer holiday weekend. Imperial w...
  • Hospital district formation to be on spring ballot

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Enough signatures were gathered on a recent petition to put the issue of forming a hospital district on the spring election ballot in Chase County. County Clerk Debbie Clark said last week that she verified 373 valid ...
  • Harlem Ambassadors adored by kids

    Members of the Harlem Ambassadors basketball team performed in front of a full Longhorn gym Saturday night. They played the Longhorn Has-Beens and put on quite a show, dunking the ball on the Has-Beens every chance they got. But their biggest admirers...
  • Defendant convicted in murder plot and drug case in Kansas

    Local police officers among witnesses called by Kansas prosecutors By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Rodolfo Enriquez, who had previously listed his address as Imperial, was convicted of conspiring to commit first degree murder and cocaine traffickin...
  • No arts council season planned

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Area Arts Council (CCAAC) will not present a season of programs this year for a number of reasons. Board member Janet Sheaffer, who has put together the schedule of programs for the past several years...
  • Murder remains unsolved

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel One year has passed since Corrie  J. Wood was found dead in her home in Grant, the apparent victim of a homicide. No arrests have been made and no suspects have been formally identified. However, the Nebraska State ...
  • Service held for Lila Prior, long-time business owner

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Imperial business community lost a long-time business owner with the Sept. 13 death of Lila Prior, 87. Prior owned and operated Prior’s and Sew Forth, a fabric and gift store, on Imperial’s main street. De...
  • Preston Smith to compete in qualifying world auctioneer contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Preston Smith of Nunn, Colo., a former Imperial resident and Chase County High School graduate, is one of 21 contestants who’ll be at the 2010 World Livestock Auctioneer Championship second qualifying round. He’ll...
  • Bachelor’s degree classes begin at Mid-Plains

    An open house will be held Monday at Mid-Plains Community College Imperial Campus for those interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree through Bellevue University. The open house will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 4:30-6 p.m. at the campus at...

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