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  • Adults, kids gather for annual Life Chain

    Thirty-five area adults and children braved the elements in Imperial Sunday to participate in the annual Life Chain, a nationwide event the first Sunday in October. The event is a silent, prayerful witness in which pro-life Americans and Canadians stand a...
  • Hunter ed. classes offered in Imperial

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A firearm hunter education class will be offered later this month in Imperial, which meets the requirements for hunting big game in Nebraska. The course, administered by the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission, is sc...
  • Districts next week for cross country teams

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s cross country teams will get one more tune-up this week before next week’s district meet. The Longhorns will compete at the Perkins County invite today (Thursday) at the Grant Golf Club, beginning at...
  • Varsity splits at triangulars; SPVA next week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With the SPVA conference volleyball tournament looming in the near future, Chase County’s performance this week is important. Right now, the Lady Longhorns are sitting third in the point standings among the six SP...
  • Sutherland’s speed too much for the Longhorns

    < Longhorns’ district title hopes fade in 56-23 loss By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Speed kills—on the streets and on the football field. And it was speed that carried the Sutherland Sailors to a 56-23 win over the Chase County Longho...
  • Local youths do well at state PP&K

    Three youths from Imperial competed at Saturday’s state punt, pass and kick (PP&K) football contest in Valentine, and all three brought home medals. From left, Stevie Baker, competing in the girls’ age 8-9 division, placed second in her division; ...
  • Man arrested for false report of shooting

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A 55-year-old man was jailed Monday for false reporting of a shooting in Enders. Sheriff Tim Sutherland said Timothy S. Lines of Enders allegedly made a 911 call Monday at 7:24 a.m., reporting that he had shot a man. ...
  • Bodie’s Bunch raises money for Down Syndrome Association

    Sixteen friends and relatives of Bodie Yaw of Imperial participated in the Step up for Down Syndrome walk in Denver recently, as a fundraiser for the Mile High Down Syndrome Association. “Bodie’s Bunch” had raised $3,015 as of Tuesday, according to ...
  • City assessing Imperial’s daycare needs

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The city of Imperial is conducting a survey concerning the availability of daycare and the needs of the community regarding daycare. The city is conducting an e-mail blitz. It also has an electronic survey at www.impe...
  • Afghani farmers learning better ag practices, thanks to Nebraska Guard unit

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Afghanistan may not be the place most people would want to spend 11 months. But, for SFC Eldon Kuntzelman and other Nebraska Army National Guardsmen, there is a feeling of accomplishmen...
  • State of economy noted as council considers employee wage increases

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Pay increases for city superintendents and employees took up much of the discussion at Monday’s city council meeting. At the heart of the discussion was a wage ordinance listing proposed 2009-10 wage increases the c...
  • Republican named top paper in its class in national contest

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Co-publishers Russ and Lori Pankonin knew The Imperial Republican would be receiving a general excellence award before leaving for the National Newspaper Association convention la...
  • Saturday morning special clinic will vaccinate for seasonal flu

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Flu season is a hot topic these days, and with that in mind, a three-hour flu clinic is planned in Imperial this Saturday, Oct. 3. Saturday’s clinic, from 7 to 10 a.m. at the Chase County Fairgrounds, will vaccinate...
  • County considering own building for ambulances, buses, emergency mgt.

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican County commissioners want to find out how much it would cost to build their own building to house the ambulances, handibuses and emergency management. Jeff Tidyman of Engineering International in McCook was charged...
  • All cancer walk this weekend

    The public is invited to celebrate surviving cancer during the “Moving Forward With Hope—ALL Cancer Walk” this Saturday. The walk will begin with registration at 9 a.m. at Chase County Schools. The 3K walkers may walk either in town along a designat...
  • AirLife Denver jet parks in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Little boys “oohed and aahed” while adults tried out the seats in the Health One’s AirLife Denver jet Friday, when it made a stop in Imperial. The Lear 31 jet was parked at the airpor...
  • State-of-art digital mammography installed at hospital

    One out of eight women will develop breast cancer some time during her life—this means one new diagnosis every two minutes.   Digital mammography is one of the best ways to detect the disease. To make mammograms as accurate and comfortable as possible,...
  • Big spike in rates take effect this week for SourceGas customers

    Beginning Oct. 1, SourceGas will charge higher rates for natural gas service in Nebraska. The company has applied to the Nebraska Public Service Commission for a rate increase. State law permits “interim rates” to be charged to customers while the Co...
  • Republican, Platte Rivers take center stage at national conference

    Awareness. Accountability. Cooperation. Commitment. Coalitions. Opportunity. Those are the fundamentals for an effective approach to the management of invasive species, According to Mike Sarchet of Minatare, Neb., a member of the Nebraska Riparian Vegetat...
  • Republican Basin not served well by arbitrary deadlines

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-PublisherIt’s been less than two weeks since irrigators in the Republican Basin learned that wells near the river could be shut down without any compensation in water-short years to keep the state in complian...