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  • New bookkeeping, payroll business

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Imperial native Tim Strand has opened InBalance LLC, a bookkeeping and payroll consulting firm in Imperial. Strand said his business will be geared toward small businesses and farmers. “It’s for those people wh...
  • Cinema scene

    “Godzilla” (PG-13)—The government tried to destroy him in 1954, dropping nuclear bombs into the Pacific Ocean under the pretense of weapons testing. Instead, mankind awakened a new terror. Now, Godzilla rises again to restore balance as humanity sta...
  • Driver sustains minor injuries in rollover last week

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  • Tractor rally in area raising funds for wounded military

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A statewide tractor rally is heading across Nebraska and will be in the area later this week. Sponsored by the Nebraska Antique Farming Association, 125 antique tractors were scheduled to start from Nebraska City l...
  • Opportunities offered to support hospital efforts

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Are we up to the challenge—a challenge grant, that is? This week, BW Telcom of Wauneta and Benkelman announced a $25,000 challenge grant to the Chase County Hospital Foundation. Raise $25,000 and they will mat...
  • Joggin’ for Frogmen event big success

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican For their first effort, organizers of Imperial’s Joggin’ for Frogmen 5K and kids’ race Saturday were pleased. Kelsey Owens, who coordinated the first of what will likely be an annual event, said their rough e...
  • West boys, East girls win in CSO all-star contest

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Kaycee Bubak and Justus Wallin hit the all-star trail to Cambridge Saturday for the annual CSO All-Star basketball game, both playing on their respective West teams. The East girls’ team won 81-49, while the West boys...
  • Hot days? Keep cool in the pool

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Imperial Pool opened with a splash Monday, with about 200 children and youth enjoying the annual summer entertainment. “We sold a ton of passes Monday,” said lifeguard Claire Kuenne. The water was “wonder...
  • Toys from the 50s featured at museum

    Stan Cross of Lamar took good care of his toys when he was a youngster. He will share them with the public at the Chase County Museum in Champion this Sunday. Growing up as an only child, Cross said he would have traded some of those toys for someone to p...
  • Remembering those who helped preserve freedom

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican There was a slight breeze  that sent American flags dancing over Mount Hope Cemetery Monday, as those present remembered all fallen American soldiers, current men and women serving and those who will choose to s...
  • Firemen press council for direction on fire hall construction

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Saying they want to keep lines of communication open, a spokesman for the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department asked the city council for some direction on the fire hall construction. Brad Dillan, an IVFD member who ...
  • ‘Livin’ the Dream’ selected for Chase County Fair parade theme

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Chase County Fair parade committee has announced that Jeff and Connie Pribbeno of Imperial have been named the grand marshalls for the parade this year. The Pribbenos were chosen as representatives of the theme...
  • A great day to remember, laugh

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Laughter and a lot of visiting permeated the Chase County Schools building Saturday as more than 200 gathered for alumni reunions. This year’s honor classes were those ending in “4” and seven classes dating...
  • Congrats to gold medal hurdler

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  • Good fishing weather at Enders over Memorial Day weekend

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze Low water levels and a rainy start to the weekend combined to create good fishing conditions at Enders Lake for Memorial Day weekend. The release of six feet of water from the reservoir that started May 8 force...
  • Thompson leaving Vet Services, entering new field

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Veterinarian Lex Thompson is retiring from Veterinary Services, but he’s not leaving the job he loves. He’ll still be taking care of animals, just in a different way. As of June 1 Thompson will be a technica...
  • Dr. Koch now seeing patients at chiropractic clinic

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Dr. Daniel Koch, D.C., is now seeing patients at his clinic in Imperial, Koch Chiropractic Clinic. Koch, 25, earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in June 2013 from the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Daven...
  • New Coop pumps to be activated

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The gas and diesel pumps will be activated this week at Frenchman Valley Coop’s new location at the former Bart’s Corner in Imperial. Coop Manager Doug Ohlson also said the adjacent convenience store will als...
  • Cinema scene

    “Million Dollar Arm” (PG)—This movie follows an American sports agent who discovered Indian teenagers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel, winners of a reality TV series called “The Million Dollar Arm,” aimed at finding a person who could throw a baseb...
  • Vires honored in retirement ceremony

    Major Travis S. Vires, son of Bruce and Lorain Vires of Imperial, was honored for 20 years of service to the United States Air Force in a retirement ceremony April 18. Major Vires entered the Air Force in 1994 after graduating from the Air Force Academy. ...