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Learning of war came at young age for speaker

Learning of war came at young age for speaker

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Mother Nature cooperated by parting the skies, lifting the rain and casting a steady breeze to float the flags for Monday’s Memorial Day observance at Mount Hope Cemetery. Monday’s program was planned by the Andrew Kinder VFW Post #4688 and its auxili...

Memorial weekend lake numbers similar to last year

Rainy weekend, but numbers still reach an estimated 2,000 By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Despite a rainy Memorial Day weekend, visitors to Enders Lake matched or may have been a little above those of 2014. Last year’s start to the summer’s first big holiday weekend  was a rainy o...

It’s wet country! But rain also brings hail

It’s wet country! But rain also brings hail

More than seven inches of rain has fallen in some areas this month By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican It’s still a bit premature to say farmers don’t need to worry about dry conditions this year. But right now, rainfall in May has eclipsed 2011 when Imperial recorded 6.88 inches of ...

Excitement is building as SCORE camp nears

Final registration coming Monday By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Final preparations are being made for the upcoming SCORE camp. Local attendees can do their part by attending a final registration Monday, June 1, in the lobby of the Chase County Schools. Running from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., pa...

Pool off to a slow start

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Rain and cooler weather made for a slow and short opening day at the Imperial Pool Monday. However, about 15 hearty souls were counted   in the water during some sun time Tuesday. The pool is under the management of Shannon Liewer, who first started working...

Legislature’s independent thinking a refreshing change

By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Nebraska’s a conservative state, no doubt about it. With the composition of the officially non-partisan Nebraska Legislature weighted heavily in favor of Republicans, one would hardly expect to see some of the legislation that’s come out of this year’...

Girls medal in four events, finish eighth in Class C

Girls medal in four events, finish eighth in Class C

  Three Chase Co. school records set in Omaha By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican There will always be the “what-ifs,” but Chase County Lady Longhorn fans couldn’t have asked for much more from their team at last week’s state meet in Omaha. Seven of the 10 girls traveling to the...

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Learning of war came at young age for speaker

Learning of war came at young age for speaker

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Mother Nature cooperated by parting the skies, lifting the rain and casting a steady breeze to float the flags for Monday’s Memorial Day observance at Mount...

Memorial weekend lake numbers similar to last year

Rainy weekend, but numbers still reach an estimated 2,000 By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Despite a rainy Memorial Day weekend, visitors to Enders Lake matched or may have been a little above...

Excitement is building as SCORE camp nears

Final registration coming Monday By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Final preparations are being made for the upcoming SCORE camp. Local attendees can do their part by attending a final registration...

Pool off to a slow start

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Rain and cooler weather made for a slow and short opening day at the Imperial Pool Monday. However, about 15 hearty souls were counted   in the water during some...

Pickup jumps curb at Wauneta business

By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze The lunch crowd at Wauneta Crossroads had quite the surprise on Wednesday, May 20, when a pickup jumped the curb and struck the exterior wall of the building during...

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Night of fun draws alumni Saturday

Hunt is on at library

Community responds to call for blood donations

Rain fills Champion Lake to its banks

More college graduates with ties to Imperial

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TeamMates concludes year, looking for more mentors

TeamMates concludes year, looking for more mentors

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican A towering stack of pizza boxes was quickly reduced to crumbs as mentors and mentees celebrated the end of the school year and the 2014-2015 TeamMates program May...

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Numbers already above 2014 for Saturday’s Joggin’ for Frogmen

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Race Director Kelsey Owens already has more preregistered than last year for Saturday’s second annual Joggin’ for Frogmen 5K race in Imperial. Hoping to top...

Girls medal in four events, finish eighth in Class C

Girls medal in four events, finish eighth in Class C

  Three Chase Co. school records set in Omaha By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican There will always be the “what-ifs,” but Chase County Lady Longhorn fans couldn’t have asked for much...

Sprint cars coming to Holyoke

Sprint cars will join the regular IMCA divisions for an action-packed show at Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke, Colo., this Friday and Saturday. Blood Sweat and Tears’ Colorado Alliance Mod/Stock...

Longhorns find competition stiff at state meet

Senior Luhrs goes out with high jump medal By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican As expected, Chase County found the Class C boys’ competition stiff at Friday and Saturday’s state track meet in...

Three on all-star basketball teams for North Platte contests

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Graduated seniors Jeff Dickey, Travis Luhrs and Paige Spady will play in the Mid-Plains Area All Star Games next Friday, June 5, at the McDonald-Belton Gymnasium...

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It’s wet country! But rain also brings hail

It’s wet country! But rain also brings hail

More than seven inches of rain has fallen in some areas this month By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican It’s still a bit premature to say farmers don’t need to worry about dry conditions...

Some postal rates going up May 31

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican While the first-class postage rate of 49 cents (for first ounce) is staying the same price, several other United States Postal Service (USPS) rates are rising this...

Linda Nelson recognized by state respiratory therapists

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Linda Nelson tried to keep it a secret. She was honored that she was recently named Greater Nebraska Respiratory Therapist of the Year, but she didn’t want publicity....

Third case of highly pathogenic avian influenza found in state

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) in conjunction with the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has confirmed preliminary testing...

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