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  • Council approves Manor daycare, flooring in city gym

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial City Council took a step Monday night in approving a daycare facility in the Imperial Manor basement. The council voted to approve a facility for 40-60 children at a start-up cost of under $15,000. Manor ...
  • Goal of augmentation to keep from shutting off wells

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican■ Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles that will examine details of the purchase of 4,000 acres to be used for a stream augmentation project by the Upper Republican Natural Resources District...
  • ‘Walk to Afghanistan’ shows support for U.S. soldiers

    The United States of America is fortunate to have brave men and women who continue to answer the call of protecting and defending the freedoms we enjoy and often take for granted. One such group of soldiers is the men and women of the 623rd Engineers (...
  • Real Estate Commission dismisses complaint against Imperial realtors

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican In a decision handed down Jan. 24, the Nebraska Real Estate Commission dismissed a complaint against Michal and Jane Moreland, owners of Moreland Realty in Imperial, that had been filed by the city of Imperial. Referr...
  • Settlement is reached in Perkins County fatal crash

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel A settlement of more than $1.4 million was reached last week in a federal lawsuit against the Pelster family of Elsie in seeking compensation for the death of Debra Palser.   She is the former Debra Ridlen of Enders,...
  • CCS eighth grader takes top honors in county spelling bee

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Try spelling words like narcoleptic, rambunctious and curmudgeon. Those are among the words that challenged some of Chase County’s top spellers in sixth, seventh and eighth grades at Tuesday’s county spelling bee ...
  • Twenty-three exhibit at Ag Tech Fair

    Space was at a premium last Thursday for the 3rd annual Ag Technology Fair sponsored by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce. Twenty-three exhibitors had some of the latest technology and other vital information to ag producers of the area, and it filled all ...
  • Southwest Nebraska landowners offered pheasant habitat incentives

    Landowners in parts of southwest Nebraska undecided about what to plant this spring may want to consider milo. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has incentives for planting milo designed to enhance pheasant hunting in the area. The milo incentive i...
  • Broadband meetings scheduled in area

    A series of meetings is scheduled in March and April to begin discussions on how broadband Internet access can be approved across Nebraska. Broadband, which offers access to the Internet at a greater speed, is key to economic growth and quality of life i...
  • Hospital thanks community with dessert theatre

    The Chase County Community Hospital Foundation is thanking the community for its financial support with a dessert theatre Saturday. The evening will begin with hors d’oeuvres and a dessert social at 7 p.m. at the Chase County Schools commons area, follo...
  • ‘Cinderella’ entertains another generation

    A bit of trivia I happened to see over the weekend clued me in that Walt Disney released the ever popular “Cinderella” 61 years ago. Yes, Feb. 15, 1950, kicked off the showing of a princess tale that continues to be very much a part of my life yet tod...
  • NRD land purchase a big step forward

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Members of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District board made a bold move this month to insure the district and Nebraska remain in compliance with Kansas concerning Republican Basin streamflow...
  • Plans beginning for 2011 alumni banquet

    The CCHS Alumni officers and class directors met on Monday, Feb. 7 to plan for this year’s alumni banquet. The banquet will be held on Saturday, May 28 at the Chase County High School. Honor years are the classes ending in one. Class photos will be take...
  • Wrestlers are state-bound

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County will be taking two wrestlers to the state tournament this week at the Qwest Center in Omaha. Keithan Cochran and Jeremiah Lueth both came home with runner-up medals from the C-4 District tournament in Val...
  • High school wrestling championships on TV Saturday

    One of Nebraska’s most popular high school sporting events, the NSAA State High School Wrestling Championships, are broadcast live across the state on NET1 and in high-definition on NET-HD. Viewers will be able to watch all of the action of the annual ...
  • Season over for Lady Longhorns

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was the rubber match between Chase County and Perkins County in the first round of the C2-11 subdistricts Monday night. Each team having beat the other once this season, Monday’s winner would come with bragging r...
  • Longhorns capture one of three close games

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns found themselves in the midst of three tight games last week. With just a minute left, the Longhorns remained tied with the top-rated D-2 Wauneta-Palisade Broncs last Tuesday, Feb. 8 at Wa...
  • Varsity girls finish regular season with three games in five days

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was a busy finish to the Lady Longhorns’ varsity basketball regular season, with three games spanning just five days last week. Two games were on the road to Wauneta/Palisade and Hershey. Mixed in between was Cha...
  • Enders Lake on EPA’s ‘impaired waters’ list

    DEQ official said lake is safe for fishing, recreation By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Enders Lake is one of 259 water bodies or streams in Nebraska that has been included in the latest Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) list of impaired wat...
  • Test your jigsaw puzzle skills

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Are you one of those people who spend nights working jigsaw puzzles on a card table in your living room? Then, the Lied Imperial Public Library has a contest for you. The first annual Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament will be ...