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  • FFA senior, junior teams take top two spots at districts

    Teams follow up with tough competition at last week’s state contest By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Domination is how a person would have to categorize Imperial FFA’s performance at the district range judging contest last month. Two of Imperial...
  • Community papers alive and well

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-PublisherAs Mark Twain once said, “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated,” the same thing can be said of the community newspaper industry. In today’s world, we’re bombarded by 24-hour i...
  • Scam danger overlooked if friend expresses need

    Scams are everywhere. We’re constantly warned about them. BEWARE! We hear examples how they’re used to prey upon older people. Yet last week when I got an email from a friend, who had his bags stolen while in the UK and needed help, my heart flashed t...
  • School modifies truancy policy

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican At its September meeting, the Chase County Schools board adopted a revised truancy policy. The change was needed in order to conform with state law, which was recently revised. In the past, state statute required a sc...
  • Michael Hanna films for General Hospital

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Imperial residents will be hoping to catch a glimpse of former resident Michael Hanna on the daytime soap opera General Hospital later this month. Hanna said Monday that he has a background, non-speaking part. “My f...
  • Lady Longhorns win two, lose two at triangulars

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s performance in a pair of volleyball triangulars last week was as different as night and day. CCS Coach Jodie Schuller said her team looked among the best it has this season in Gothenburg Sept. 28, but...
  • Hershey stuns Longhorns 28-21

    Longhorns’ record falls below .500 at 2-3 By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Hershey ran off 21 unanswered points in the second half to stun the Chase County Longhorns in action there Friday night. The loss drops the Longhorns’ season mark to 2...
  • Karate classes popular in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican About 50 people, from preschoolers to adults, are enjoying Karate classes in Imperial, sponsored by Cornhusker Activity Center of Brule. Two classes are currently meeting Thursdays at the old wrestling room next to th...
  • Softball team gets No. 4 seed in district tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Despite a record without a win, Chase County earned the No. 4 seed in the seven-team C-6 district softball tournament in St. Paul. Play in the double elimination tournament begins today (Thursday) for the 0-12 Lady Lo...
  • CCHS grad steps onto big stage at Memorial Stadium

    By Chris LeeThe Holyoke Enterprise Even though the guys in blue and yellow came up short, spirits were high on the visiting sideline at Memorial Stadium after a 3-17 loss to Nebraska Saturday, Sept. 25. “It was neat,” Co-Defensive Coordinator and seco...
  • Cancer Walk provides funds for use by local patients

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican This Saturday’s All Cancer Walk, sponsored by Chase County Community Hospital, raises funds for cancer patients who need financial assistance with their treatment. In the past, the walk raised money for women who ...
  • NGPC regulation to lift alcohol ban affects Enders Reservoir both ways

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman has approved the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) rules and regulations that will lift the current ban of alcohol at state parks beginning Jan. 1, 2011. The ban will remain in...
  • Fall brings a flurry of farm activity

    Fall means plenty of activity for area farmers. While fall brings the local potato harvest to a close, it issues in the beginning of corn and soybean harvest. It also means it’s time to get next year’s wheat crop in. The wet corn harvest started sev...
  • Senior services staff approved for three percent wage increases

    Council responds to employees’ grievance By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Employees at Imperial Manor, Parkview Assisted Living and Imperial Heights will receive 3 percent wage increases retroactive to July, 2010 following action by the city cou...
  • Sam Kunnemann enjoys teaching Chinese students

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican For the past two years Sam Kunnemann has been faced with classrooms of students—and faces unfamilar to the Imperial native. From August 2008 to June 2010 he taught oral English and communication to sophomore studen...
  • Brickstone Grille & Sports Bar opening next week

    New owners will reopen after remodeling completed By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A few changes are being planned, but the new owners of Imperial’s longtime downtown restaurant will keep some of the favorites, too, at the former Jack’s Steak...
  • Wheat test plot includes new varieties

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Researchers with Syngenta AgriPro® want to see how new varieties and some varieties under development will do in actual growing conditions. That’s why Jon Rich of Manhattan, Kan., central plains wheat breeder fo...
  • Gift shop, florist opens in Champion

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The dream of a bookstore has evolved into The Attic, a fresh flower and gift shop in Champion. Stephanie Taylor’s original idea was a book store in Imperial. Now, she’s selling a variety of items on the main stree...
  • Board likely moving to GPA credit for all music classes

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After requests from the high school’s two music teachers, Chase County Schools might begin giving credit for successive years of the same music classes, unlike the practice now. On the discussion table since spring,...
  • School board drops $200,000 from proposed tax bite in adopting budget

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Members of the CCS board of education chose to cut taxes rather than use $200,000 in other budget areas from a higher-than-projected balance in the treasurer’s office. The action at the Sept. 14 school board meeting...

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