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  • ’Horns lose heartbreaker at Grant, can’t bounce back against Gothenburg

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Longhorn boys’ basketball team fell to 2-9 after a pair of losses last weekend. In a rematch with Perkins County Thursday, the Longhorns played their best ball of the season, leading the game most ...
  • Two from CCS compete at Wallace speech meet

    Two Chase County Schools speech team members received both excellent and superior ratings at a speech tournament in Wallace Saturday. Joel Fisher participated in serious prose with “Nailed” by Patrick Jones. The story is about a boy who is the victim ...
  • Peppy Agnes drums up spirit

    Band music and spirit add a lot to a home basketball game, and that was the case Friday night when the Longhorn basketball teams hosted Gothenburg. Agnes Strand, who was directing the pep band, also recruited a few of the younger kids in the crowd to hold...
  • Knights-sponsored free throw contest Sunday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Youths should be tuning up their free throw shooting skills this week in preparation for Sunday’s annual contest sponsored by the Imperial Knights of Columbus Council. The free throw contest is set for a 1 p.m. star...
  • Elizabeth Kitt reflects on her experience competing for ‘The Bachelor’

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze It was no bed of roses this week for Chase County’s homegrown reality TV star. Having received early roses in the two prior weeks of televised competition for the final rose and possibly a marriage proposal from 31-year-...
  • Patients provided 24/7 info via new web portal service

    Chase County Clinic recently added a service that will allow patients to check certain medical information via a secure web-based system called the patient portal. This service is used in conjunction with the clinic’s electronic health records and will...
  • Plans start for annual alumni banquet May 29

    Alumni officers and class directors met Monday at Chase County Schools to begin planning the annnual alumni banquet. This year’s alumni banquet will be held May 29 at the CCS cafe­teria. Directors this year for honor classes are: 1940—Joan Wenzlick. ...
  • City trash pickup limited to what’s in toters

    Extra trash exceeding toter capacity being left behind By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Some city residents are finding bags of trash left behind after the weekly Imperial sanitation truck has been by their homes. It wasn’t missed. City sanitat...
  • Newest rural tanker arrives

                                      The Imperial Rural Fire District’s newest tanker arrived Monday, joining the fleet used by the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department. Fire Chief Bryan Dannatt said the new tanker is a ...
  • Nebraska’s ethanol industry starts to see some rebound

    Company sells back land slated for Imperial site By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Prospects for Nebraska’s ethanol industry look good going forward, according to Todd Sneller, administrator of the Nebraska Ethanol Board. The industry took a...
  • Senator Christensen bills raising some eyebrows in Lincoln

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Senator Mark Christensen of Imperial hasn’t even got all the bills he plans to introduce in the hopper yet but those he’s dropped in so far are creating a stir and raising eyebrows. LB 889, his version of the ...
  • Council scraps rental housing standards; will start over

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican While city council members have scrapped a proposed ordinance for rental housing standards for Imperial, they don’t plan to drop the idea entirely. On Monday, the city’s four council members voted down the propose...
  • Janiel Kimble furthering education through Mid-Plains Imperial campus

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one of a series of stories concerning students utilizing the Imperial campus of Mid-Plains Community College to obtain a degree and further their education.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Janiel Kimble is less than a yea...
  • School board accepts music teacher, secretary resignations

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Resignations from instrumental music teacher Richard Munson and secretary Kaye Dean were accepted by the Chase County Schools board of education Tuesday. In addition, the board hired a special education aide and part-...
  • Kaiser offers massages at The Massage Shoppe

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Joni Kaiser is now renting space at The Massage Shoppe, offering massages on Mondays and some evenings. The Massage Shoppe is owned by Jeanine Bauerle at 231 W. 17th St. Kaiser obtained her state licensing in 2009 aft...
  • Three FFA teams qualify for state from Jan. 6 districts

    Four junior high quiz bowl teams also headed to Lincoln for state contest By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Three Imperial FFA high school teams are headed to state after finishing first or second at the Jan. 6  district contest in Curtis. Headed to...
  • Online filings of business reports expanded to March 1

    Secretary of State John Gale announced that domestic and foreign business corporations can now file their Nebraska biennial occupation tax reports online. The reports are due March 1. “I am excited about our progress with online filings, which can grea...
  • State’s crop report has ‘record breaking’ written all over it

    Nebraska farmers brought in a record 1.58 billion bushel corn crop this growing season—produced on nearly four percent fewer acres than the previous record, thanks to a record yield of 178 bushels per acre, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported. ...
  • Lutheran Bell Choir traveling to Iowa for concert

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Zion Lutheran Church English Hand Bell Choir will be in Council Bluffs, Iowa, later this month for an evening concert. They will perform at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, where former Imperial resident Dr....
  • So much for change in D.C.

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Over the years, I have had the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. as both a journalist and tourist. And each time I came home, I became more convinced that our lawmakers in D.C. think the world rev...

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