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  • Kansas approves 100 percent credit for 2014 augmentation pumping

    Kansas, Nebraska already working on agreement for 2015By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Action taken by Kansas last week indicates the stalemate on water issues in the Republican River Basin that Kansas has with Nebraska and Colorado could be coming...
  • General Election set for Tuesday

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Nebraskans will join fellow voters throughout the nation when they go to the polls for the mid-term General Election Tuesday, Nov. 4. Nebraska’s high profile races center on the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by ...
  • Students say ‘no’ to bullying

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A light mist didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of Chase County Schools elementary students last Wednesday, although it might have moistened the construction paper on their anti-bullying chain. The students and their te...
  • Preparing for Ebola in Chase County, southwest Nebraska

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican With stories of Ebola and its victims in the news across the nation, it’s not unreasonable for emergency managers to make preparations for potential Ebola cases in the U.S. “We want to reassure the public that you...
  • CCS grad focusing on the big screen

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Energy and ideas radiate from Gabe Lenners. He gestures enthusiastically or leans forward with hands clasped as he explains what he’s currently working on. The 2006 Chase County Schools graduate is working and learn...
  • Imperial FFA teams, national officer candidate at convention

    By Jeremy VlasinFFA Advisor Imperial is being represented in a variety of different ways on the national stage at the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ky. this week. The Market Plan Team is competing, comprised of Cassie Burpo, Darin Knobbe and Tayl...
  • Chamber’s Popcorn Days continuing this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Activities for the Chamber of Commerce Popcorn Days are continuing this week. Michelle Spady won the “Sound Corny?”  baby picture ID contest. It was a challenging contest, as no one had all 22 matches correct. Sp...
  • Mathews Chiropractic moves

    Dr. Jason Mathews of Mathews Family Chiropractic has settled into his new office at 126 West 6th St. in Imperial. The remodeled building features a roomy waiting room and reception area and four treatment rooms. Dr. Mathews, who also has an office in Benk...
  • ‘Back Yard Beautiful’ workshop coming up

    Now is the best time to plan for a beautiful back yard in 2015. The Extension services will hold an interactive two-hour workshop to discuss current problems that local communities face in their windbreaks, gardens and lawns. Learn about preventive meas...
  • Nebraska Community Foundation celebrates 20 years working with hometowns like Imperial

    By Reggi CarlsonCommunications Director Nebraska Community Foundation Nebraska Community Foundation (NCF) has much to celebrate. In its 20-year existence, they have stimulated $222 million for reinvestment into Nebraska communities by working with hometow...
  • Confirmed cases of enterovirus found in health district

    Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) received confirmation on two cases of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) in its health district. Several neighboring states to Nebraska are seeing more children than usual with severe respiratory illness caused ...
  • Membership a priority for Lions District Governor

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A pair of special guests came a long way Tuesday to visit the Imperial Lions Club. District Governor Merle Morford and his wife Vicky of Chadron attended the monthly meeting of the local Lions. He discussed membership...
  • Board members beginning search process for new superintendent

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican School board members have been quick to start the process of finding a new superintendent. At a special meeting Monday night, board members met with Sharon Endorf and Sherry Becker of the Nebraska Association of Schoo...
  • Treasures at the book sale

    The Friends of the Lied Imperial Public Library concluded their annual book sale Tuesday. According to President Joan Wenzlick, $723 was raised as of Tuesday, to be used within the library. That represents the sale of a minimum of 1,500 items. Above, Neal...
  • Longhorns wrap up season with win over Mitchell

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns ended their season Friday with a 66-12 win over Mitchell to finish with a 5-3 record. Unfortunately for the Longhorns, those three losses kept them outside the 16-team playoffs in C1. The...
  • Volleyball subdistricts next week; CCS expects No. 3 seed

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s the post-season for high school volleyball and the Lady Longhorns are gearing up for next week’s C1-12 subdistrict tournament starting Monday in Alliance. While the official bracket won’t be out until today...
  • Crossroads’ flag football season comes to end

    Saturday was the big game day for 40-plus youths in grades 3-6 at the final flag football game of the 15th annual Crossroads Wesleyan flag football season. Four teams rotated playing each other until each had played two quarters against each of the oth...
  • Longhorn boys finish fifth at state meet

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s cross country boys’ team put the cap on a successful season with a fifth place finish in the state meet in Kearney Friday. Coach Carl Zuege said the Longhorns improved on their sixth-place finish...
  • Softball coach expects good nucleus back for 2015

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Softball Coach Denise Smith sees a lot of positives as she looks back on the 2014 varsity season at Chase County Schools. At 5-27, the team didn’t finish with the record they had last year (12-15) or a district runn...
  • Southwest area rated among the best for pheasant opener

    Hunters in several areas of the state enjoyed good success on opening weekend of Nebraska’s pheasant and quail seasons, Oct. 25-26. And, one of the best areas of the state was southwest Nebraska. With the number of birds seen throughout much of the stat...

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