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  • State officials, NRDs hosting meetings on Compact Compliance Plans

    The Republican River Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) and the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will be hosting a series of meetings regarding future Compact compliance in the Republican Basin. These meetings will take place at various loc...
  • UNL Extension beef meetings scheduled

    Economic competitiveness and herd management are the focus of the West Central Cattleman’s Day. This meeting will be held Nov. 24, 8:30 am at the Zion Lutheran Church, Imperial. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. A brochure about the meeting is ...
  • Syngenta, coop. partnership provides FFA jacket to Imperial chapter

    Frenchman Valley Coop., together with Syngenta, participated in a program through the National FFA Foundation this year that resulted in an FFA jacket being awarded  to the Imperial chapter. Syngenta made a generous proposition to its Midwest retail part...
  • New East 12th Street water main nearly all in ground

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican On Tuesday, just a block of the new 12-inch water main was left to be laid along the north side of East 12th Street. The new water main there replaces old two and four-inch mains from Broadway east to Shorthorn Street...
  • Allo to expand using loan backed by stimulus funds

    Allo Communications is among 12 rural businesses nationwide to benefit from loan guarantees via the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, better known as stimulus funding. Announcement of the loan guarantee recipients was made last Friday by U.S...
  • 2009 FFVF Christmas House scheduled in December this year

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican There are some new twists to the candy cane Christmas sponsored by Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge Christmas House this year. Normally held in November, the Christmas house will be held this year at the home of To...
  • Chase County Community Hospital participates in Five Wishes Program

    There are many things in life that are out of our hands. Examples are serious illness or injury. At such times, decisions may be required on our behalf, but due to the circumstances, we are not able to make those decisions for ourself. The Five Wishes Pr...
  • ‘Relentless’ youth conference in Imperial later this month

    “Relentless” is a free youth conference coming to Imperial later this month on Nov. 21-22. Coordinated by three Imperial churches and youth groups, the conference will also feature Sean Dunn from Groundwire as speaker and music by the Resistance band ...
  • Imperial gets high marks for community improvement

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorImperial was in the spotlight Friday for several of its community improvement projects the past year. It was the annual Nebraska Community Improvement Program (NCIP) awards banquet, and your community ear...
  • Practice burn provides invaluable experience for firefighters

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Passersby may have thought another devastating fire had hit Imperial Saturday night. Just three weeks earlier, firefighters were battling the Harchelroad Motors fire in downtown Imperial, but Saturday’s blaze at the...
  • Coach notes improvement in young volleyball team

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Coach Jodie Schuller said at the start of this year’s Lady Longhorn volleyball season that it would be a young team on the court. That held true, but Schuller was happy to report as their year ended last week, the y...
  • Firearm deer hunting season opens Saturday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Put on the hunter orange and dig out those venison recipes. It’s deer firearm season in Nebraska! The firearm season runs Saturday through Nov. 22. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Wildlife Officer Dirk Greene of ...
  • Banks, Roenfeldt, Stromberger chosen football captains

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The two seniors on this year’s football team, along with a junior, earned the status of honorary captains for this year’s Longhorn football team. Seniors Jeff Banks and Tyler Roenfeldt, along with junior Tanner...
  • Scott Ohlson on Doane team headed for national meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Scott Ohlson will have a grand finale to his college cross country career next weekend. The Doane senior will be at the national NAIA meet Nov. 21 in Vancouver, Wash., as part of the Tiger men’s team. Doane made the...
  • Two CCS show choirs in Scottsbluff Festival

    The 27th annual Old West Weekend Show Choir Festival was Saturday at Scottsbluff High School, sponsored by the Hometown Radio group in Scottsbluff. The Chase County Junior High Show Choir and the 9th St. Singers participated in the Festival. The junior ...
  • Third grade class earns party for Red Ribbon Week spirit

    During Red Ribbon Week, observed during the last week of October, classes at Chase County Schools were encouraged to dress according to each day’s theme. Annie Pursley’s third grade class had the highest percentage of students to participate by dressi...
  • CCS junior named Equine Athlete of Month

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Shelby Frasier of Benkelman, a junior at Chase County Schools, was named one of two Equine Athletes of the Month for October. She and fellow Athlete of the Month Wyatt Mann of Box Elder, SD, were featured in this mont...
  • More H1N1 vaccine received

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “Quite a bit” of the H1N1 vaccine, both in shot and nasal spray form, has been received by Chase County Community Hospital.      That’s according to Lori Mendenhall of the Chase County Preparedness Coordinati...
  • National Radiologic Week observed at county hospital

    Chase County Community Hospital recognizes the significant contributions imaging has made to the field of medicine during National Radiologic Week Nov. 8-14. The week officially kicked off with X-ray Discovery Day on Nov. 8. Chase County Community Hospit...
  • Lab testing could help determine fire cause at Harchelroad’s

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Lab testing on wiring reclaimed from the Harchelroad fire could be a key in helping determine the cause of the fire that destroyed Harchelroad Motors in mid-October. Fire Marshal Investigator Ryan Sylvester of Ogall...