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  • Sixty-five years later, veteran receives medals

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Like most World War II veterans, Arthur (Bill) Silvester didn’t talk to his family about his war experiences. He wanted to put the war behind him and get on with his life as a farmer in Chase County. Almost 65 yea...
  • FBLA chapter, VFW planning Veterans Day events

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Veterans of Chase County will be in the spotlight at two different events in Imperial next week in recognition of Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Next Thursday, Nov. 11, the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter at...
  • Author promotes books, discusses writing process

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Becoming an author is a work in progress. That seemed to be Nick Pirog’s message to about 20 people attending his book signing last week. Pirog, the nephew of Linda and Jim Pirog of Imperial, was in town to promote ...
  • IVFD among beneficiaries of irrigation group’s donation

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) is among the area fire departments that has received a donation from the Southwest Irrigators Association. Max Hoffmeister of Imperial, secretary/treasurer, said the organ...
  • Costume parade brings creativity, smiles

    For about a half hour last Thursday, students, staff and the public were treated to the annual Halloween costume parade at Chase County Schools. At left, kindergartner Bryn McNair parades with her class as a veterinarian, complete with a few animals and p...
  • Bricklayers in demand

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Job prospects are usually fairly good in the bricklaying industry, especially for workers with restoration skills. That’s according to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development on the Internet. Jason Kirkpat...
  • Kudos to all who put names on line for election By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorIt was a General Election without a vote for U.S. President, but Tuesday’s voting still included some interesting twists and turns due to several local races. Imperial will have a new mayor. Dwight Cole...
  • Last major pour on East 12th completed

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The last major piece of concrete was poured this week on East 12th Street, putting the end of the project in sight. About mid-morning Tuesday, the crew with Concrete Products, Inc., of North Platte  started laying th...
  • Longhorns bounced from football playoffs

    Five turnovers too much to overcome By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Longhorns’ football playoffs run proved to be short lived for another year. The Ravenna Blue Jays ousted the ’Horns there in the opening round last Thursday,  40-20. ...
  • Softball coaches deal out awards for 2010 season

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Players, coaches and families gathered Monday night to celebrate a Chase County high school softball season that, despite being winless,  was one filled with good memories. Head Coach Denise Smith said it was evident...
  • Volleyball teams sweep McCook in final home matches

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In their final home appearance, also the final regular season action, Chase County swept all three teams from McCook last week. It was one of the teams’ few home appearances this season, one of only four. But, all ...
  • Volleyball season ends in tough round at subdistricts

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was another tough five-game match for the Lady Longhorn volleyball team Monday night, one that took them to a 16-14 fifth game score. And while the Lady Longhorns played some good volleyball with an evenly match op...
  • Pheasant hunters have good success opening weekend

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Weather, an advanced corn harvest and pheasant numbers were all on the hunter’s side for opening pheasant season last weekend in Nebraska. The only ones who may not have been as pleased were the hunting dogs, as the...
  • Injuries minor in rollover accident

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Seatbelts were in use when a vehicle left the road and rolled 10 miles south of Imperial on Ave. 331, the junk yard road, on Saturday. All three persons in the vehicle escaped serious injury. The accident occurred jus...
  • Three seeking District 6 seat on Nebraska Beef Council

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Nebraska Beef Council (NBC) will hold election in four districts from Nov. 1-15, 2010. Elections will be held in Districts 2, 4, 6 and 8. District 6 includes much of southwest Nebraska. Counties in the NBC’s ...
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  • Number of races to be decided in next Tuesday’s election

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican A number of contested races in this year’s General Election next Tuesday should increase the amount of interest and turnout. Voting in Nov. 2 election will begin at 7 a.m. MT at five different sites in Chase Coun...
  • Imperial family knows ‘Heaven is for Real’

    Book tells story of 4-year-old’s near-death experienceBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican When the Burpo family of Imperial was going through son Colton’s burst appendix and near death in 2003, little did they know seven years later the positives ...
  • Forum held for 44th District candidates

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Senator Mark Christensen of Imperial and former senator Tom Baker of Trenton fielded questions during a 44th District candidate forum held in Grant last Wednesday. Less than 20 people attended the event, which was ...
  • Two-vehicle accident sends Enders man to hospital

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Don Lovenburg continues to recover at a Kearney hospital from injuries he sustained in a mid-afternoon accident Saturday between Imperial and Enders. After initial treatment at Chase County Community Hospital after ...

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