Chase County Schools’ juniors and seniors had an opportunity to learn about different career paths at Tuesday’s Career Fair.
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The Imperial Republican, Grant Tribune-Sentinel and Wauneta Breeze are among the first newspapers in Nebraska to become OnePress certified.
Mid-Plains Community College representatives came to Imperial last Wednesday to gather input on what programs and partnerships the college needs to focus on going forward.
The Imperial FFA Chapter had competitors for Marketing Plan and Vet Science and a group of delegates at the National FFA Convention last week in Indianapolis. Competitors and delegates who attended included, front from left, Courtney Odens, Jordan Jablonski, Valerie Herbert, Kambree Meeske, back from left, Jozie Schilke, Megan Baird, Emma DeGrasse, Carissa Hill, Brooklyn Christensen, Alexis Richmond, Lindsey Mendenhall, Austin Bernhardt and Morayah Cupp. (Courtesy photo)
Imperial FFA had two teams and one individual compete at the 91st annual National FFA Convention last week.
Imperial Manor and Parkview Heights represent the first Business of the Month chosen by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce. Administrators and department heads, from left, are Tiffany Allen, Rhonda Larson, Heather Adams, Justin Rosado, Cindy Hudson, Linda Moser, Billie Hayes, Sheri Burke, Sheri Buffington, Janessa Keeney, Margie Haider, Melissa Cravey, Eric Haider, Angie Christensen, Teri Spady, Bette Palmer, Dee Richey, Karen Beveridge, Crystal Wagner and Monica Berientos (Johnson Publications photo)
The Imperial Manor opened in April 1968, undergoing updates and additions since then.
Parkview Heights was added as an independent living/assisted living facility in 1995.