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  • Longhorns win one at districts, but eliminated next game

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Ending with a 5-26 record may not be what was hoped for, but great strides were made by a young Chase County softball team this season. That’s the opinion of Coach Denise Smith, who directed the squad that won a gam...
  • Chadron hands Longhorns their first district loss 26-6

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns suffered their first defeat in district play Friday, falling to Chadron 26-6. The win virtually assured Chadron of the C1-8 district title so the 4-2 Longhorns will have to win out to kee...
  • Two seeking Imperial’s highest office

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Come Nov. 4, Imperial voters will have two choices for mayor—incumbent Dwight Coleman and challenger Ray Wolgamott. As the election approaches, The Imperial Republican news staff posed several questions to the two c...
  • If you missed lunar eclipse, solar one coming

    By Vernon Whetstone, BenkelmanAmateur Astronomerthestargeezer@gmail.com Now that we have survived the total lunar eclipse, we need to get ready for another one. This time it’s a partial solar eclipse next Thursday, Oct 23. A solar eclipse happens when t...
  • Imperial Republican brings home four national awards

    General Excellence honorable mention among honors By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican San Antonio, Texas was the setting for the 128th annual National Newspaper Association (NNA) convention last week. During the awards ceremony Friday morning, The I...
  • All kinds of harvest activity going on

    All kinds of fall harvest activity is taking place in Chase County. The dry bean harvest is nearly complete with soybean harvest getting underway. Silage fields have been chopped and packed in the silos and picking of high moisture corn for cattle feede...
  • Inmate facing felony charges after county jail cell damage

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican An Enders man is facing felony charges after damaging  one of the cells at the Chase County Jail last week. Sheriff Kevin Mueller said Boone Huff, 24, allegedly took about 15 minutes to do the damage estimated to e...
  • Nebraska to make arguments to U.S. Supreme Court on water master’s 2013 findings

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Nebraska Assistant Attorney General Dave Cookson will deliver oral arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court next week on the November 2013 findings of Special Master William Kayatta, Jr. Nearly a year ago, Kayatta releas...
  • Wallin, Dickey reign as homecoming royalty

    p>Makenna Wallin and Jeff Dickey, center, were crowned as this year’s homecoming king and queen at halftime of Friday night’s football game. Wallin is the daughter of Jeff and Marilee Wallin. Dickey is the son of Greg and Angie Dickey. Other memb...
  • Spanish teacher can ‘see both worlds’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial RepublicanAs Chase County Schools’ new Spanish teacher, Mercedes Hauxwell is not a stranger to Imperial. Husband Troy is the CCS activity director, and Mercedes has helped coach the junior and senior high track jumpers.She’s...
  • Flu season approaching

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial RepublicanIt’s about that time of year again. People are starting to think about obtaining influenzashots for the upcoming season, which runs until about February.The Chase County Clinic has not yet received its shipmentof the...
  • City council looking at additional Cornerstone area street upgrades

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial RepublicanMore street development is likely to happen in or near the city’s Cornerstone property, based on discussion at Monday’scity council meeting.The council directed Public Works Supt. Pat Davison to gather estimates on...
  • Chamber welcomes Auction Market as newest member

    At Tuesday’s Grand Opening of the Imperial Auction Market under new ownership, members of the Imperial Chamber of Commerce welcomed owners Preston Smith and his partner Steve Schneider of Tribune, Kan. Above, Chamber representatives conducted a ribbon-c...
  • Harriette welcomed for vacuum duty

    My husband and I have rather reversed roles compared to most couples when it comes to shopping. I’d say he’s addicted. I once challenged him to go a month without ordering anything and he just plain refused my challenge.Besides clothes, he gets gadget...
  • Newspapers play key role in community

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican This week, newspapers across the country are celebrating National Newspaper Week. While it gives our industry a chance to toot our own horn, it’s really about sharing the important role your newspaper plays in t...
  • Independent Todd Watson seeking U.S. Senate seat

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican■ Editor’s Note: There are two candidates running for U.S. Senate as Independent candidates. Both made campaign stops in Imperial this election season. This is the second of two stories on the Independent candida...
  • Looking to scare your socks off?

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Emergency Medical Service (EMS) annual Haunted House, sponsored with Pat Hammel, is not your average haunted house. Located at the city gymnasium, this year promises to be bigger and scarier than the past...
  • Lady Longhorns enter district tourney with No. 6 seed

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s hopes of extending their softball season will depend on how well they do with Softball 101 basics. That’s the view of Head Coach Denise Smith, who feels her 4-24 Lady Longhorns are capable of advanc...
  • Longhorns get district win over Gordon-Rushville

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns chalked up their first C1-8 district win Friday night, defeating Gordon-Rushville here at home, 30-18. The visiting Mustangs kept the Longhorns off balance much of the night and pulled ...
  • Chase County falls to Gothenburg for second loss; three more wins recorded

    Coach: team moves on, learns from loss By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Suffering just their second loss of the season to Gothenburg last week, Coach Jodie Schuller said the team will move forward. It was Chase County’s first loss since the seaso...

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