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  • 4-H workshops planned for youth leaders

    Imperial is one site April 30    A series of six workshops in March and April will provide inspiration and ideas for 4-H leaders and others working with youth, said Extension Educator Shane Potter.    “Spring Heart and Hands” will provide partic...
  • Holyoke’s Ballyneal course rates another top ranking

        Ballyneal Golf and Hunt Club in Holyoke, Colo., has been ranked the 53rd best golf course in the world by “Top 100 Golf Courses,” the only independent website dedicated to the top golf courses of the world.     The UK-based website’s ranki...
  • Quilt auction raises money for library

        The crowd wasn’t large but it was enthusiastic in bidding on quilts during the Lied Imperial Public Library’s quilt auction last Saturday. Hosted by the Friends of the Library, the auction raised $1,100 after expenses.    A quilt featuring y...
  • Students, parents get closer look at Career Academy

    Chase County Schools is piloting Mid-Plains’ new programBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Twenty high school students attended, or were represented by parents, at a program Monday that provided a closer look at the Career Academy Program.   ...
  • Recent moisture allowing county road improvements

    Chase County roads workers were taking advantage of the spring-like temperatures earlier this week, as well as the moisture the area has received, in getting some needed road maintenance done. On Tuesday, workers were on Road 738, east of Imperial’s 12t...
  • ‘Cheer’ful youths entertain at halftime

    If you want to develop good skills, you need to start early. More than 50 youngsters received some early education on the art of cheerleading at the annual youth cheerleading camp held Feb. 14 and sponsored by the Chase County Cheerleaders. After several ...
  • Kickoff celebration Monday will target Career Academy

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Career Academy is new terminology floating around educational circles here these days.    So, what is it exactly?     Students at Chase County Schools and their parents can learn a lot more about it at a p...
  • Dr. Jose Garcia joining medical staff at local hospital

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Dr. Jose Garcia, a family practice doctor from Mission, Texas will join the medical staff at the Chase County Community Hospital and Chase County Clinic.     Dr. Garcia has already arrived in Imperial and i...
  • Foundation directors build on visions for Imperial’s future

        Imperial's Community Foundation board of directors and the Chase County Hospital Foundation director spent an evening at the Imperial Lied Library meeting room dreaming about Imperial's future and sharing experiences of when they felt proud to be f...
  • Man in custody after semi trailer theft near Lamar

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    A report to the Chase County Sheriff’s Office regarding the unlawful use of a semi-truck and trailer last month has led to a number of charges against the alleged thief.    Justin Lundgren, 33, was arrested...
  • Accident results in injury for Imperial resident

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    A one-vehicle accident north of Benkelman early Sunday morning resulted in injuries to an 18-year old Imperial man.    According to the Dundy County  Sheriff’s Department, Kyle Simmonds was a passenger in ...
  • Hospital provides opportunity for career closer to home

        The former Larissa Ward grew up in Palisade and attended Wauneta-Palisade schools. After graduating from high school, she attended Colby Community College where she received her Associate of Applied Science Degree in Physical Therapy in 2003.    ...
  • Holiday shopping at home may have aided December’s sales tax proceeds

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    December, 2008, rang in with the third highest city sales tax proceeds since residents voted to add a one percent tax in Imperial beginning April, 2007.    The city’s sales tax receipts for December totaled...
  • Imperial Republican continues tradition of service to community

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one in a series of features that will spotlight businesses in Imperial. The community has a thriving business community, and all residents may not realize the extent of services and products local businesses provide. This feat...
  • Weiss honored for insurance work

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Dustin Weiss of Imperial recently received three awards for his work as a Farm Bureau insurance agent.    Last week in Lincoln, at Farm Bureau’s spring meeting, Weiss was honored as the 2008 Crop Agent for ...
  • Woody biomass touted as Nebraska untapped resource

        A recent study determined Nebraska has an assured wood supply to support strategically located woody biomass-based enterprises across the state.    With funding from a U.S. Forest Service grant, the Nebraska Forest Service analyzed the amount of...
  • Secret Service presents Counterfeit Detection Seminar

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    General business and banking personnel, as well as law enforcement officers, are encouraged to attend a Counterfeit Detection Seminar March 10 in Imperial. Sponsored by Mid-Plains Community College, the seminar ...
  • Champion restaurant to open this week

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    The former Mill House restaurant in Champion was scheduled to open Wednesday as Cindy Lou’s BBQ. Cindy Leibhart and Bill Bardsley have been cleaning the restaurant and lining up supplies for two weeks.    ...
  • ‘Civil War Voices’ reminds us of the cost of war, freedom

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-PublisherSaturday night, I found a new sense of appreciation for the word “freedom” and the savage cost of war through the production of “Civil War Voices.”    During our National Newspaper trip to A...
  • Imperial Rotary Club wins membership contest

    David Kahle named Paul Harris Fellow    Past District Governor Bob Stetter of Valentine presented a challenge for membership increase to Rotary Clubs in District 5630. Participating clubs each contributed $100 and the $1,200 would go to the club gainin...