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  • Imperial native completes third Boston Marathon

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Running the Boston Marathon is an accomplishment many athletes like to list on their resumes.    Lyndsy Schultz, 27, a native of Imperial, can list Boston’s 26.2 mile event once again after running Monday...
  • School to host Bloodmobile, looking for donors

        Chase County Schools will hold an American Red Cross Bloodmobile on Tuesday, April 28. Donors will be accepted in the school gym between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.    Those wishing to donate blood may make an appointment by calling the school office at (...
  • The Mousetrap hits the stage this weekend

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Mystery writer Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” will be presented at the Chase County Schools auditorium this Friday and Saturday.    Set in a guest house outside of London, the play involves a tangle ...
  • Level 3 sex offender registers new address

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican         Level 3 sex offender Kenneth Lee Wright, 41, has notified the Nebraska State Patrol of a change of residence in Imperial.     Wright is now residing at 1751 Chase Street.    A Level 3 offender, ...
  • Imperial celebrates Week of the Young Child

        Child care providers in Imperial are coming together for children during the Week of the Young Child (April 19-25).    As part of the National Week of the Young Child celebrated across the country, Imperial is honoring young children and all tho...
  • Creative seniors win award at art contest

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Three Chase County Schools seniors recently created a work of art that won them second place in a “Paint-In” contest at McCook Community College.    Edgar Almanza, Jeremy Mathews and Sean Langin created a...
  • FFA, NRD joining forces in water testing project

        Area residents who are served by a private water well can get a free testing for coliform bacteria and other possible drinking water contaminants.    The Imperial FFA and Upper Republican NRD are joining forces in a new “Test Your Well Night...
  • FFA banquet, program ends year of successes

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Awards, thank-yous and some tears were part of the annual FFA  banquet/program at Chase County Schools Saturday night.    Some of the tears came from the senior officers, who had to say good-bye to the FFA p...
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  • Cold weather doesn’t deter egg hunters

    It rained, it blew and it was cold Saturday during the Eagles/Imperial Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt. Originally scheduled for April 4, it had been moved because of a snowstorm. Those who ran to pick up eggs stuffed and “laid” by the Eagles Club...
  • State funding will determine service level at state parks

    Enders, Swanson and Rock Creek SRAs would be affected by proposed cutsBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Unbeknownst to many, the level  of services at three local state recreation areas (SRA) could be reduced significantly after the July 4th ...
  • Four longtime Chase County teachers retiring; ag teacher hired

    The four have combined for over 130 years ofteaching in area schoolsBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Some very familiar faces behind the teacher’s desks at Chase County Schools will be absent from the staff next school year.    Dr. J. Gord...
  • Sign-up begins next week for CodeRED warning system

    County residents need to get registered to be alerted of storms, emergenciesBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Plans are being finalized this week for the new CodeRED emergency alert system, which will alert county residents and businesses of app...
  • City council approached on extending hours for Sunday liquor sales

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    City council members will consider an ordinance at an upcoming meeting that would extend the hours for liquor sales on Sunday.    Currently, Imperial’s city ordinance doesn’t allow liquor sales until noon...
  • Dr. C retires from teaching, leaving community in June for new vocation

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    When you think of an institution in a community, you usually picture a business or a public building. An institution can also be a person who has been involved and contributed to that community for a long time....
  • Phragmites added to noxious weed list

        Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) Director, Greg Ibach announced the statewide designation of non-native phragmites as a noxious weed April 15, 2008. The statewide designation, which took effect immediately, is an expansion of a temporary de...
  • Youth range camp coming in June

        The 46th Annual Nebraska Range Youth Camp is scheduled for June 8-12 at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp, located in the Nebraska National Forest near Halsey.    The camp is intended to be a blend of educational and recreational activities, with the ...
  • Preliminary work is underway for street resurfacing projects

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Those bumpy rides down three of Imperial’s major streets could be a lot smoother if plans for resurfacing projects in the city progress this year.    A crew with the Miller & Associates’ engineering firm ...
  • Meetings to explain options on CRP contracts

        There are a large number of acres that will expire from CRP contracts in the state of Nebraska on Sept. 30 of this year, and over 60 percent of those acres will be in the Panhandle.         As of today, there are no provisions for extensions...
  • Agro terrorism training planned here April 25

        Agro Terrorism Training Planned Southwest Nebraska Emergency Management and Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department are sponsoring a Foreign Animal Disease Response Training on April 24 in McCook and April 25 in Imperial.     This agro terro...

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