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  • Property tax requests climb more than $1.64 million across county

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Property tax requests from taxing entities across Chase County increased by more than $1.64 million compared to last year’s tax requests. All of the taxing entities from schools to fire districts to cemetery d...
  • CCS orders new activity, route buses

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican After months of deliberation and study, Chase County Schools will have a new activity bus the first of the year. At a special school board meeting Sept. 12, board members voted 9-0 to buy a Blue Bird 42-passenger a...
  • Twenty-four-year-old dies in accident northwest of Imperial

    Another young man killed in harvest-related rollover near Wauneta By Jan Schultz and Sheri Hink-Wagner The Imperial Republican and The Wauneta Breeze Two young men, both age 24, died in separate vehicle accidents in Chase County the past week. Oleksan...
  • Center hoping to recruit new cooks for Sunday dinners

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican In the Imperial Community Center kitchen hangs the sign, “The older I get the better I cook.” Anyone attending one of the center’s fundraising dinners on the second Sunday each month knows that’s a fact. ...
  • School implements new science program

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican When students in grades K-5 returned to Chase County Schools this fall, their teachers were ready with a new science curriculum. Over the summer a committee of teachers and administrators met to select a new progra...
  • Poppin’ up some corn next month

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican There will be some different projects popping during the annual Imperial Chamber of Commerce Popcorn Days Oct. 31. It’s time to get prepared. As usual, Chamber businesses will be handing out popcorn to customers ...
  • Departments respond to late-night misreported structure fire in Lamar

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Members of the Imperial and Lamar Volunteer Fire Departments were both called out late last Wednesday to what was believed to be a structure fire in Lamar. IVFD Fire Chief Nick Schultz said the rural units left the...
  • Improving, expanding department goals of new industrial arts teacher

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican First-year teacher Jeff Gleisberg is excited about teaching industrial arts at Chase County Schools. The Curtis native is also teaching careers, and drafting, and is coaching varsity football and varsity girls’...
  • Imperial FFA sweeps district range judging contest

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Imperial’s FFA chapter didn’t leave much room for anyone else to take the top spots in the District Range Judge Contest Sept. 16 in Keith County. In both senior and junior divisions, Imperial finished with th...
  • Cinema scene

    “If I Stay” (PG-13)—Mia Hall thought the hardest decision she would ever face would be whether to pursue her musical dreams at Juilliard or follow a different path to be with the love of her life, Adam. But what should have been a carefree family dr...
  • Pickup totaled after engine catches fire

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A government pickup was totaled Tuesday morning south of Imperial, after it caught fire as it was parked on the side of a county road. Sheriff Kevin Mueller’s said two University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, Lin...
  • Taxing entities taking advantage of higher property valuations

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican With a hot real estate market for agland and residential property in Chase County and Imperial, it should come as no surprise that assessed valuations of those properties jumped again this year. After little in...
  • Varsity team chalks up 5-0 week, record is 9-1

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It was a 5-0 run for the Lady Longhorn volleyball team after beating a pair of neighboring schools and winning Saturday’s McCook Tournament. Last week’s wins, coming over a five-day span, upped Chase County...
  • Softball team comes close in several games

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican They played several close games with Class B and larger Class C opponents last week, but Chase County’s varsity softball team failed to pick up a win. In a series of six games, they played three close ones agains...
  • A super summer for 4 Ranch Hands

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican “This is the summer of our lives. We’ve really lived it up.” That’s how Lana Stromberger described the feelings of 4 Random Hands, which ranks 10th in the world in the Woman’s Ranch Rodeo Association (WRR...
  • Enders prevails to keep County Cup

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Saturday marked the 13th year of the Chase County Cup, a competition between golfers from Enders Lake Golf Course (EGLC) and the Imperial Country Club (ICC). Going into this year’s competition, which was held...
  • Imperial dive team aids in search for drowning victim

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Three members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department’s dive rescue team participated in the search for a North Platte drowning victim last week. IVFD team members Kelsey Weiss, Aaron Greene and Skip Kelley aid...
  • WVFD stops potential elevator fire in Wauneta

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze The Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department (WVFD) was called to the Frenchman Valley Coop elevator in Wauneta Friday afternoon where they stopped what could have turned into a dangerous fire. Shane Anderson, Location M...
  • Longhorn boys place third at McCook cross country meet

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Every year, the McCook Invitational cross county meet serves as a good mid-season measuring stick for coaches to assess the Longhorn teams’ progress. Based on the Longhorns’ efforts at McCook last Thursday, H...
  • Longhorns snatch momentum to defeat Kimball 38-6

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican It took a safety for the Chase County Longhorns to grab the momentum from a surging Kimball team en route to a 38-6 win there Friday night. We got off to a slow start,” Coach Dan Lenners said about the game. ...

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