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  • State meet qualification on line Thursday at district meet

    Regular season concludes at Dundy County FridayBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It will all be on the line today (Thursday) when the Longhorn boys compete at the C11 district meet in Bayard.    It’s what an athlete and team work for all se...
  • Last regular season track meet in the books

    Now, it’s on to districtsfor Lady LonghornsBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It’s the middle of May, and that time of year brings district track meets across the state.    Chase County will be in Bayard today (Thursday) for the C11 Distri...
  • Nebraska the place to be for turkey hunting

        In Nebraska, opportunity doesn’t knock—it gobbles.      According to a recent survey, turkey populations have increased in all areas of state, ranging from a 500% rise in the southwest and central portions of the state to a 400% increase in...
  • High school’s athletic awards night next Wednesday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Due to a full school calendar this month, the high school’s annual athletic awards night will be held on Wednesday, May 20, beginning at 7 p.m.    In many of the past years, this awards program has been hel...
  • Longhorn golfers gearing up for district tournament next week

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Imperial’s Longhorn golfers will get in three tournaments in eight days as they gear up for the C5 district tournament next Tuesday, May 19.     The Longhorns got to the play the district course last Thur...
  • Students, parents roam the ‘high seas’ at Arts Festival

    Chase County Schools was alive with pirates last Thursday night, as the Imperial Education Association sponsored a family night during the week of Arts Festival. “A Treasure Chest of Learning” featured decorated doorways, games, a display of the new m...
  • Students in grades 4-8 honored for academics, improvement

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    In separate awards programs May 4, students in grades 4-8 at Chase County Schools were honored for their work the past year in the classroom and extracurriculars.    A program earlier in the afternoon was set...
  • Year of hard work pays off for high school students

    Multitude of academic certificates, medals distributed on May 4By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    The first Monday in May brought high school students to the auditor­ium, where they were recognized for a year of hard work in the classroom at the...
  • Mental health care in some rural areas may be deficient

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. However, according to the Center for Rural Affairs, over half of the counties in the United States have no mental health professionals, a situation that has changed...
  • Donation helps close gap on playground equipment fund-raising

    The gap between what has been raised and what needs to be raised for the new playground equipment in Imperial was considerably narrowed last week. Frenchman Valley Coop. donated $1,000 to the fund-raising, which was matched by Land O’Lakes, for a total ...
  • Big eyes, big expectations at Kindergarten Round-up

    Prospective kindergartners visited Chase County Schools last Friday to get a preview of what school will be like next fall. The youngsters participated in a milk break, classroom activities, lunch, story time, recess, physical education and music. Above l...
  • Occupation tax issue unlikely to be heard in this year’s session

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Much to the dismay of Sen. Mark Christensen, it looks unlikely that his efforts to make a change to the occupation tax in LB 701 will be heard in this year’s legislative session.     But it’s not becaus...
  • Enders woman, husband attend uncle’s Arlington Cemetery funeral

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It was a long day and a half by Amtrak, but Kaye Einspahr of Enders said it was well worth the trip east to see her uncle buried May 1 in Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, D.C.    It was a fitting ...
  • Soldier finds honored rest after decades in Korean ground

    By Joseph MortonThe Omaha World-Herald    WASHINGTON — This time there were flowers, prayers and traditional military honors.    Sgt. 1st Class Patrick Arthur of Broken Bow, Neb., received a long-delayed proper burial Friday at Arlington National ...
  • Fourth grade teacher completes over 30 years in classroom

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    When new students walk into fourth grade teacher Vicky Fine’s classroom the first day of school at Chase County Schools, they gasp at the number of pizza boxes she has stacked on her shelves.     “Did you...
  • CodeRed issues warning last week, but some confusion arises

    County’s warning system getting ‘official’ test this Thursday at noonBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Chase County was included in a severe thunderstorm warning last Wednesday night, April 29, and the conditions warranted the first use of...
  • Quilt show May 10 opens museum’s 2009 season

        The Chase County Historical Society will open its 2009 season at the Chase County Museum with a quilt show this Sunday and continuing on Sunday, May 17.     Members of the Quilt Guild will host the show and have invited Barbara Holtzman of Holyo...
  • Protect yourselves from predators

        They’re everywhere. People who want to steal your identity and use it for illegal purposes.    A seminar was held Tuesday in Imperial for those interested in protecting themselves from identity theft. It was sponsored by Mid-Plains Community C...
  • Iron chlorosis in trees, shrubs showing up now

        Many trees, shrubs and other ornamental plants in Nebraska suffer from iron deficiency.     In the Southwest part of the state there is no exception. In fact, it can be much worse here than other areas.    The high mag soils in this area caus...
  • First class stamps going up two cents Monday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Earlier this year, Governors of the U.S. Postal Service approved new prices for mailing, including a two-cent increase for first class stamps, from 42 to 44 cents.    That change in price arrives Monday, May ...

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