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  • Jigsaw puzzle tournament coming up

    The Lied Imperial Public Library’s Friends group is again planning a jigsaw puzzle tournament. The fifth annual popular event is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 31, from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Of course, some of the past winners have finished their puzzles in less...
  • Water, housing, ALCO rank as Imperial’s top stories

    Newspaper staff selects top stories of 2014By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Two familiar news items—water and housing—were chosen by The Imperial Republican staff as its top stories of 2014. All 10 members of the staff in Imperial voted from a ...
  • URNRD required to make up 14,600 AF in 2015

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican On Dec. 31, the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) provided natural resources districts (NRDs) in the Republican Basin with their official forecast of available water supply for 2015. According to the f...
  • City returning to more oversight of Imperial’s senior care facilities

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It appears the mayor and city council are moving toward more oversight of operations at the Imperial Manor and its Parkview/Heights assisted and independent senior living facilities Putting a senior services commissio...
  • Donkule phenomenon Blue Moon led long life

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Thirty years ago scientists scoffed and then later accepted Bill and Oneta Silvester’s claim that a mule they owned gave birth to a donkule, despite being supposedly sterile. Blue Moon was born July 6, 1984 on the...
  • Back to school, back to cold weather

    Students at Chase County Schools trudged back to classes on Monday after two full weeks of Christmas vacation. It was necessary to bundle up, however, as they ventured out since temperatures have been bone-chilling in recent days, especially overnight, ...
  • Briefs

    Superintendent selection process beginningChase County Schools board members will begin reviewing superintendent applications during a special meeting Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. in the school board room. Next week, the board plans to interview the top ...
  • Fire results in major damage to rural Stromberger home

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Five minutes could have made a big difference in the damage sustained at the Brock and Lana Stromberger home, west of Champion. While a Nebraska Fire Marshal investigator believes damage could run between $40,000 and ...
  • New 4G network brings high speed Internet to rural areas

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Many of the communities throughout southwest Nebraska already benefit from high-speed Internet service. But for rural folks, that isn’t always the case. If their phone company hasn’t upgraded their rural networ...
  • Despite the cold, waterfowl keep a hole open on Enders Lake

    With temperatures dropping as low as -18°F on Dec. 31, there’s been plenty of cold weather to make ice on Enders Lake. However, all the heat and activity from a lot of waterfowl gathered in a small place have kept an open hole near the middle of Ende...
  • Private pesticide training scheduled for SW Nebraska

    Two dates set for Imperial meetings Private pesticide safety training has been set for southwest Nebraska. Producers should plan to attend one of the training sessions if their license is expiring or if they need to go to initial training. There is a $30 ...
  • Wheat Board announces District 4 board opening

    A directorship appointment for District 4 of the Nebraska Wheat Utilization, Development and Marketing Board (NWB) is open for appointment by the governor. Applications will be accepted until an appointment is made. This directorship opening follows the ...
  • Clutter is a poison that drains energy

    It was only a dream but it felt so real. And it was a huge eye opener. In the dream, my husband and I were out of town when we learned of a terrible storm at home. As we approached the corner where we once lived, Russ said two simple words. “It’s gone...
  • A New Year’s wish for working together

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorThere was a lot of “swearing” this week—swearing-in, I mean, at our State Capitol and in the U.S. Congress. Nebraskans had much to be drawn to, as our state has a new Governor on board and 18 new st...
  • Lady Longhorns drop two at holiday tournament

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Coach Mark Bottom said his Lady Longhorn basketball team fought hard in both holiday tournament games, but dropped the pair of contests Friday and Saturday in Sidney. On Friday, Chase County lost a 38-30 game to the e...
  • Wrestlers prepare for Ogallala dual meet this Saturday

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican The Chase County wrestlers hit the mat in practice this week, preparing for Saturday’s Ogallala Dual Meet. Numbers appear to be down this year for the participating teams, with only five other teams registered. Gord...
  • ’Horns finish second in Cabela’s tourney

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Chase County Longhorns came off the Christmas break with two solid performances in the Cabela’s Holiday Shootout in Sidney Friday and Saturday. In their tournament opener Friday, the Longhorns shut d...
  • Honor band events coming up

    A number of Chase County Schools band students will be attending honor band concerts this month. Above, those attending the Oregon Trail Honor Band, hosted by Doane College at Gering Jan. 12 are, from left, Makayla DaMoude, alternate Josie Peterson, Kri...
  • Cornerstone housing moves Imperial forward in 2014

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Looking back on 2014, there’s little question that the new housing development in Cornerstone will leave its mark on Imperial for years to come. Thanks to the combined efforts by city officials and California d...
  • Chase Co. Fair dates confirmed for 2015

    This year’s fair dates will be Aug. 9-16, 2015By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County fairboard announced the 2015 Chase County Fair & Expo will begin Sunday, Aug. 9, with an eight-day run concluding on Sunday, Aug. 16. Typically, t...

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