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Hear Nebraska’s Good Living Tour kicks off here

The kickoff concert of Hear Nebraska’s Good Life Tour was held in Imperial Friday night and drew about 400 people. The event featured three Nebraska bands, playing their flavor of music. Among those three were Imperial’s own Talbott Brothers, top left. The Tour features 27 different bands in nin...

Campbell Park site for Saturday’s IVFD Fun Day

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A new site and new time will highlight Saturday’s annual Imperial Volunteer Fire Department’s (IVFD) Helen Fanning Memorial Fun Day. Like last year, the Fun Day was moved later in the month so firefighters could spend the Fourth concentrating on the eveni...

Feed My Starving Children event begins today

Volunteers sought for packing effort By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican When packing begins today (Thursday), it will mark the beginning of the fifth annual Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) MobilePack™ event in Imperial. The event will run from today through Saturday. It is being held at...

Pea crop meeting expectations

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican What started out as a 140-acre experiment growing peas last year to a 1,000-acre all-in plunge this year, peas may have found a place in the dryland rotation on the Meeske brothers’ farm. Last week, Karl Meeske began harvesting this year’s pea crop. F...

Special meeting set to fill empty city council seat

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Three council members who continue to serve will meet with Imperial Mayor Dwight Coleman on Friday, July 31, to consider his appointment to the city council. The special meeting will convene at 7 p.m. July 31 when Coleman will offer a name to replace Council ...

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Hear Nebraska’s Good Living Tour kicks off here

Hear Nebraska’s Good Living Tour kicks off here

The kickoff concert of Hear Nebraska’s Good Life Tour was held in Imperial Friday night and drew about 400 people. The event featured three Nebraska bands, playing their flavor of music. Among those...

Campbell Park site for Saturday’s IVFD Fun Day

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A new site and new time will highlight Saturday’s annual Imperial Volunteer Fire Department’s (IVFD) Helen Fanning Memorial Fun Day. Like last year, the Fun...

Feed My Starving Children event begins today

Volunteers sought for packing effort By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican When packing begins today (Thursday), it will mark the beginning of the fifth annual Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) MobilePack™...

Pea crop meeting expectations

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican What started out as a 140-acre experiment growing peas last year to a 1,000-acre all-in plunge this year, peas may have found a place in the dryland rotation on...

Special meeting set to fill empty city council seat

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Three council members who continue to serve will meet with Imperial Mayor Dwight Coleman on Friday, July 31, to consider his appointment to the city council. The...

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Dirk Greene retires after 38 years with NE Game & Parks

New fair building nears completion

Rev up for Poker Run

Farmer’s Market each Saturday

New events, old favorites on tap at Wauneta Harvest Festival

New marker planted along Great Western Trail

Bulls are back; Stoney LaRue to headline fair concert in Holyoke

Calling all photographers

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Superintendent lists goals, priorities at first board meeting

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican While there was a long list of agenda items on the CCS board of education’s July 14 meeting, new Supt. Joel Lefdal made quick work of the section for his report....

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Disc Golf new in town

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Visitors to Campbell Park in Imperial may notice that some trees have large wooden numbers tacked to them. The newest sport in town is Disc Golf. Chase County Schools...

Senior Legion begins area tournament Friday

Senior Legion begins area tournament Friday

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Imperial’s Senior Legion baseball team will take a 2-10 regular season mark into the C7 area tournament at Alma that runs from July 24-28. Second-seeded...

Wauneta team top-seeded in next week’s coed softball tourney

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Wauneta Roller Mills earned the top seed in next week’s end-of-season coed softball tournament at Imperial’s Schroeder Park. The seven-team tournament has...

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New intern working at NRCS

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican An internship at the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service will lead to employment by that government service in the future. That’s why Luther Thompson...

Bremmer’s Grain Goat aims to save producers time on moisture tests

Bremmer’s Grain Goat aims to save producers time on moisture tests

From a single seed of an idea an acre of innovation can grow. For Martin Bremmer of Venango, an idea he had in the 1980s has now grown into a potentially huge idea that he hopes will revolutionize agriculture....

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