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  • Youths, sponsors have dates in August circled for Spain’s World Youth Day

    Planning, fundraising picks up, as trip less that six months away By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A group of youths and sponsors have been planning and fundraising for nearly two years, in anticipation of World Youth Day (WYD) this August in Madri...
  • More problems at the local pool

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Just after it seemed that all of the problems at the Imperial city pool had been resolved, a new one popped up. Last week city employees found that pipes in the boys’ locker room had frozen, causing some major damag...
  • Local store featured in national magazine

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The owner of M&M’s Natural JAZ of Imperial, Marcy Nesbitt, is happy with, and proud of, an article featuring her store in the February edition of Natural Foods Merchandiser. Out of the blue someone from the ma...
  • Steel goes up on new 21st Century addition

    Work on the new 20,000 square foot addition at 21st Century Equipment on Imperial’s Miracle Mile took on a different look last week when the C & S Construction crew began setting the steel. Store Manager Larry Talbott said the steel began going up l...
  • Delores Francis turning over Director of Nursing reins

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican For the past 10 years, Delores Francis has been in charge of the nurses and aides at Chase County Community Hospital. That will change on March 1, as she hands over the Director of Nursing position to Annette Kasselma...
  • Saturday show proves talent there for musical

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Anyone who enjoys music missed a great show Saturday night, put on by the Chase County Hospital Foundation. Many of us who have been here awhile know that our area abounds with musical talent. It was ag...
  • Imperial native involved in rescue of West Point Cadets

    The NYPD pulled off a daring mountaintop rescue last weekend in upstate New York. A team of NYPD helicopter officers including Imperial native Steve Browning, braved dark skies, turbulent winds and sub-freezing temperatures to rescue two West Point cadets...
  • Urologist earns distinction, award

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican It’s not the first time that Dr. Richard Schmidt has earned the “Best Doctors in America” award, but it means as much to him in the 2011-2012 year as it has the other nine times he’s earned the distinction. Th...
  • Jeremiah Lueth brings home state wrestling hardware

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican It was a year of big upsets at the state wrestling tournament in Omaha. In 10 years of coverage by this reporter, this year’s tournament had the most unpredictable outcomes. Chase County was represented by Keithan...
  • Longhorns complete regular season with comeback win

    ’Horns win opening round in subdistricts By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns closed out the regular season on a strong note last Friday and advanced to the C2-11 subdistrict final tonight (Thursday) with a win Tuesday nig...
  • Wauneta this year’s site for Pheasants Forever banquet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Overall, there will be about 200 items hunting enthusiasts will have the chance to take home from Saturday’s 21st annual Southwestern Nebraska Pheasants Forever banquet. This year, the event will headquarter in Waun...
  • Sign-up for summer ball teams to start soon

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Baseball and softball players who want to play in this summer’s Imperial leagues will be receiving forms this Friday. Those who played in last summer’s programs will be getting a 2011 registration form in their em...
  • Three from Chase County at state high school bowling

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Abby Polly, Tapainga Kahle and Sean Mandeville, all students at Chase County Schools, competed in the Nebraska High School Bowling Federation state tournament. Competing Feb. 12 at Parkway Lanes in Lincoln, the three ...
  • Local taekwondo students undergo ranking testing

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A taekwondo program that was extended to Imperial last October from Holyoke, Colo., held its first ranking testing for a group of local students last week. Instructor Rey Rafols, owner of the Golden Dragon Martial Art...
  • CCS takes fourth at SPVA speech

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Two students medaled and Chase County Schools placed fourth in the SPVA speech tournament held at CCS Feb. 16. More than 100 students participated in the meet, with schools placing as follows: Perkins County, N.P. St....
  • Music scholars have busy schedule

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The next few weeks will be busy for vocal and instrumental  music students at Chase County Schools. Numerous concerts and contests are on the calendar through March 9. The hectic schedule begins today (Thursday) when...
  • FBLA Week celebrated at school

    By Bethany SorensenFBLA Reporter FBLA week was Feb. 6-12 and the Chase County Schools chapter had some exciting things for each day of the week. On Monday, messages were placed in the announcements about some fun facts about what FBLA is about and goals ...
  • Hearts beating fast for Heart Association

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Youth in grades K-6 performed a lot of jumps and skips last week, as they “Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart” in their Chase County Schools physical education classes. P.E. Teacher Jodie Schuller said this is the fift...
  • Valentine-themed event brings fathers, daughters together

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Dancing, games, crafts and photos brought fathers (or other significant “dads”) and their Girl Scout daughters together  for an afternoon of fun Saturday, Feb. 12. The annual Girl Scout Father/Daughter “Forma...
  • Off duty officers could be armed at school functions

    By Emily NohrNebraska News Service An Omaha state senator thinks that allowing guns in the hands of off duty law enforcement attending school functions could keep Nebraska institutions safer. At a Feb. 16 Judiciary Committee hearing, Sen. Burke Harr of Om...

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