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  • Longhorns can’t sustain second half lead against St. Pat’s Irish

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican For nearly three quarters, the Chase County Longhorns held the lead over the North Platte St. Pat’s Irish Friday night. But a 9-0 St. Pat’s run in the final 45 seconds of the third and the first 15 seconds of ...
  • Driver to be sentenced in fatal accident in 2009

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel After entering a “no contest” plea in Perkins County Court on Jan. 27, Benjamin J. Pelster, 33, of rural Elsie was found guilty of motor vehicle homicide by Judge Edward D. Steenburg. Pelster was ordered by Steenb...
  • Show choirs grace CCS stage at annual festival

    Twenty show choirs were in Imperial Monday, competing in the Nebraska Choral Directors Association (NCDA) show choir festival in the Chase County Schools auditorium. Among the groups performing were the high school’s 9th St. Singers, above, and Chase ...
  • Valentine’s Day celebrations on a budget

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican While January may have seemed a month of economic blues, as well as winter blahs, we’re now entering February, the month of red and roses. We need to warm up. But, the economy isn’t cooperating, and many people ...
  • ‘Let me hear you, Longhorn fans’

    Saturday featured one of the biggest youth mini cheerleading camps in recent years at Chase County Schools, with 83 youngsters registered. Cheer Sponsor Lorain Vires said the youths learned a dance, some cheers, other fun cheer sing-a-longs and enjoyed a ...
  • Flurry of election filings come in as deadlines near

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s less than two weeks until the deadline for incumbent office-holders to file, the reason why the Chase County Clerk’s Office had a flurry of filings the past week. With the exception of one individual, incumbe...
  • Hospital foundation planning event

    As a way to say thanks to their donors, the Chase County Hospital Foundation will hold a dessert theater Saturday, Feb. 27, at the Chase County School. The event will begin with a dessert social at 6:30 p.m. followed by recognition of foundation support ...
  • Republican River group won’t take position on LB 1057 water task force

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With a pair of 3-3 votes, members of the Republican River Management Districts Association (RRMDA) opted not to take any position on LB 1057, which would create a task force to look at water issues in the Republican...
  • Fire Tuesday burns baler

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Firefighters from Imperial were called to a fire about 15 miles southwest of Imperial Tuesday about 4:45 p.m., where a baler had caught on fire. The baler was being operated by Tab Wood on Ron Johnson’s ground, wher...
  • Imperial again site for Show Choir Festival next week

    As it has been for a number of years, Chase County Schools in Imperial will host this year’s Nebraska Choir Directors Association’s Show Choir Festival in the western part of the state. The festival will be held Monday, Feb. 8, in the school auditoriu...
  • Jordan files as candidate for Chase County Sheriff

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze Randy Jordan has officially thrown his hat into the ring, running against former boss Tim Sutherland for his position as Chase County Sheriff. Jordan, 25, traveled from Fairfield, where he currently serves as a Clay County ...
  • February’s Heart Healthy Luncheon this Thursday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Our hearts aren’t shaped exactly like the hearts given at Valentine’s Day and those taped to windows and presents. But it is time to think about how to preserve healthy hearts, and to adopt a healthier lifestyle. ...
  • Howard Buffet comes to learn about biomass

    Howard Buffet, bottom left, the son of legendary investor Warren Buffet, came to Imperial last week to learn more about biomass and the corn stover collection and storage project undertaken by the Imperial Young Farmers & Ranchers. Buffet farms in bot...
  • MarketPlace early bird registration deadline nears

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The early bird registration for the fourth annual Nebraska MarketPlace ends Feb. 10. The event is scheduled for Feb. 23-34 at the Ramada Convention Center in Kearney. MarketPlace attendees will participate in teach-in...
  • Line-up announced for 22nd annual Governor’s Ag Conference

    This week, Gov. Dave Heineman announced the schedule and featured speakers for the 2010 Governor’s Ag Conference, being held March 3-4 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney. The theme for the 22nd annual conference is “Nebraska Agriculture:...
  • Farm groups resist checkoff dollars for water

    LINCOLN (AP)—Nebraska’s top agricultural groups don’t want money from crop checkoff fees to be used to help solve the state’s water problems, such as those in the Republican River basin. The groups want non-farmers to share the cost. An official w...
  • Love your heart, and your kids

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorFebruary is most popular for Valentine’s Day with decorative hearts and events centering around those we love. But, did you also know that February is also becoming more well-known as Heart Health Month...
  • Football schedules for 2010-11 released by NSAA

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican High school football schedules for the 2010 and 2011 seasons were released by the Nebraska School Activities Association Wednesday. Chase County will compete in Class C2 for the next two years and will be assigned t...
  • Longhorns fall to 12-1 Holyoke in overtime

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican For the second consecutive game, the Chase County Longhorns went to overtime but this time they came up short. The Longhorns fell to the 12-1 Holyoke Dragons Saturday night 46-52 but not without a fight. The Drago...
  • Longhorn wrestlers stampeded by McCook Bison

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican In the first of three straight days  of wrestling action, the Chase County Longhorn wrestlers got off to a rough start. With three wrestlers on the bench with injuries, and one gone, Chase County’s chances were g...

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