Article Image Alt Text

Megan Kelley | Johnson Publications

Imperial Police Chief Ryan Wisnieski started the route at 5th and Longhorn Streets.

Article Image Alt Text

Megan Kelley | Johnson Publications

A fan club for senior Bo O’Neil gathered on Broadway to take photos of the parade.

Article Image Alt Text

Megan Kelley | Johnson Publications

Imperial residents Larry and Diane Radcliffe joined cruise night with a congrats sign.

Article Image Alt Text

Megan Kelley | Johnson Publications

Dylan Dreiling’s ride was complete with a string of cans on the back.

Article Image Alt Text

Jan Schultz | Johnson Publications

Friends from left, Riley Owens, Austin Bernhardt, Sophie Spady and Madison Brown rode in the back of a pickup.

Class of 2020 makes the rounds

Seniors at Chase County Schools were escorted on a route  through Imperial by Imperial Police Chief Ryan Wisnieski. Friends and family gathered to wave and congratulate the seniors on Saturday, which would have been their graduation day. The parade ended on 16th and Broadway Streets, where they joined in on cruise night. A formal graduation ceremony is planned for July 25.

 

The Imperial Republican

308-882-4453 (Phone)

308-882-5167 (Fax)

622 Broadway St

PO Box 727

Imperial, NE 69033