Imperial FFA President Kayla Schilke, left, and parliamentarian Macy Coleman were busy in the ag room at Chase County Schools Monday, making signs and gathering T-shirts for the annual Pink-Out activities this week. Coleman is wearing this year’s Pink-Out shirt, and the quilt Schilke is holding will be raffled as a fund-raiser, too. (Johnson Publications photo)

Annual Pink-Out games include knock-out contests, quilt raffle

This Thursday, the Imperial and Perkins County FFA chapters will partner up to raise money toward a cure for cancer.

Newspaper staff members ranked the confiscation of Imperial police laptops and the ensuing struggles between the city and county as its top 2017 news story. (Johnson Publications photo illustration)

Controversial issues mark newspaper’s top two 2017 stories; water voted No. 3

After four consecutive years with water and NRD issues as its top story of the year, The Imperial Republican staff selected a different subject as its No. 1 story for 2017.


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