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  • K-6 grade teacher to present session at national conference

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Amy Walworth and UNK educator Dr. Jan Harriott will be in Minneapolis March 17-19  to give a joint presentation at the National Kodaly Conference. Walworth, who teaches grade K-6 music at Chase County Schools, is a m...
  • Wauneta-Palisade boys headed to Lincoln for state tourney

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Wauneta-Palisade boys’ basketball team will head to the state tournament in Lincoln for the first time since 2007. That’s when the Broncs went 25-0 and won the D1 championship. After getting upset in the s...
  • MPCC Rodeo Club seeking teams for ‘Cowboy Scramble’

    Calling all cowboys! The Mid-Plains Community College Rodeo Club is looking for teams of skilled “ropers, shooters and drivers” to participate in their first annual “Cowboy Scramble” March 18-19 in North Platte. Events for the Cowboy Scramble incl...
  • Weather playing havoc with start of track practice

    The 2011 Longhorn track teams are 65 strong, 32 girls and 30 boys, but recent weather has made it a bit challenging for outdoor practices. Even though it was cold out, the distance runners, above, were able to get in some outdoor time Monday afternoon b...
  • Chase County sixth grader on to state free throw contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Taylin McNair, a sixth grader at Chase County Schools, has qualified for the state free throw contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Young McNair will represent Imperial at the state event at Hastings College o...
  • Nebraska K-12 students will need second chickenpox shot next year

    It’s not too early to think about the immunizations your student needs for next year. There’s a new immunization requirement for varicella (chickenpox) vaccine looming on the horizon. Starting July 1, 2011, a second dose of varicella vaccine or docu...
  • Speech team impressive at new meet

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Almost all  members of the Chase County Schools speech team attended the first Blue and Gold Tournament at North Platte High School last Saturday. Coach Jill Bauerle said most of the students ranked second or third i...
  • 2011 Torch Run coming through Imperial again

    The Nebraska Sports Council has announced the 2011 Cornhusker State Games Torch Run route and dates and are encouraging Nebraska residents to participate. Imperial will again be on the route, hosting the Torch overnight June 8. The Torch Run, sponsored by...
  • Stats compliled for the boys’ 2010-11 season

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns finished the 2010-11 basketball campaign with a 11-14 season mark. Statistically, as a team, the Longhorns shot 28 percent from the three point line, 72-262;  37 percent inside the arc, ...
  • 4-H open house for youths, adults

    By Kimberly CookExtension EducatorUNL Extension SW4 Counties All youth and adults wanting to learn what 4-H is all about are invited to the 4-H Open House to experience 4-H with hands-on fun.   This free event will be held on March 18 from 1:30 to 3:30 p...
  • Preschoolers get dental health information at local office

    Students at Rainbow Promise Preschool visited Dr. Rachell Richman’s office, Prairie Dental Center, last week to learn more about dental health. Dr. Richman and her assistants showed what happens during a visit to her office, showed the youths the equipm...
  • Water balance the focus of newly-formed alliance

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The mission of a newly-formed water alliance group centers on using a water balance approach to identify and help improve water management potential, opportunity, effectiveness and sustainability in Nebraska. Member...
  • Severe weather season is here

    New sirens in Imperial, Champion, Enders to be tested in March 16 drill By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Already last Thursday, County Emergency Manager Paul Kunnemann thought he may have to send a few spotters out. A large cell was moving from the ...
  • Eight teams compete in first annual jigsaw puzzle tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There were a lot of puzzle pieces to be put together Saturday in the first annual Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament at the Lied Imperial Public Library. Library Director Beth Falla reports there were eight teams entered in thr...
  • March is Red Cross Month; school hosting Bloodmobile next week

    Across the country, the American Red Cross is reminding communities that March is Red Cross Month, a time to commemorate Red Cross involvement. In the United States, nearly five million people need blood transfusions each year. By making an appointment to...
  • To travel or not to travel?

    To travel or not to travel. That is sometimes the question. Whether to travel was no question for me as I packed up and headed east for Plattsmouth last Thursday. Quarterly board meetings of the Nebraska Community Foundation board take us to all parts of ...
  • What are we willing to give up to right government ship?

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Like it or not, we’ve all become a little too used to sucking on the government teat. Is that a bit harsh? Abrasive? Offensive? Probably so, but it’s time to talk about reality. You may want to ...
  • Bill gets tough on repeat drunk driving offenders

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A bill that would target habitual drunk drivers in Nebraska has been scheduled for a hearing before the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee today (Thursday). State Senator Pete Pirsch of Omaha said LB 675, which he sp...
  • Longhorns end winter sports season

    The winter sports season for the Chase County teams came to an end last Thursday when the boys’ basketball squad was defeated in the subdistrict tournament finals by North Platte St. Pat’s. Here, some of the more upbeat Longhorn fans, including soph...
  • What a day for a walk (or slide) in the park

    Mid-60 degree temperatures Tuesday afternoon brought a lot of Imperial residents outdoors to take in the spring-like weather on the first day of March. Included among those taking in the warm temperatures was 14-month old Emary Jones, above, who was pla...

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