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  • City will continue trash pickup in alleys

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Due to heavy negative response to a change in residential toter collection, the city of Imperial has reversed a decision to require toters to be left curbside near driveways. The city had recently informed residents t...
  • Wrapping up ‘The Gift’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Imperial churches and individuals are putting the finishing touches on “The Gift,” a citywide program to give cheer and spread the message of Christ to those in need. According to Amy Prior, organizer of the event...
  • Attorney General visits county

    Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson is visiting law enforcement personnel in counties across the state. Last Wednesday he met with Imperial Police, Chase County Sheriff and State Patrol officers at the Chase County Courthouse. Peterson wanted to discu...
  • Vision of Trees celebrates ‘Winter Magic’

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The Champion Junior Women’s Club hosted the 11th annual Vision of Trees at the Champion Community Center Saturday and Sunday. The  theme was “Winter Magic.” The always-popular event’s main attraction was the...
  • Grand opening Friday at Scott’s Pump Service

    Ag producers and others in the community are invited to the Grand Opening this Friday at Scott’s Pump Service in Imperial, located at 171 Highway 61 on the Miracle Mile.The business, owned by Scott and Stephanie Moser, has been doing business the past t...
  • Entrepreneur group hosts successful Christmas Festival

    Fifteen tables were set up for last Thursday’s Christmas Festival hosted by the SW Nebraska Crafters & Entrepreneurs at the city gym. People could shop for Christmas gifts including holiday decor, homemade crafts, totes and purses, jewelry, makeup, ...
  • Chamber Bucks winners named

    The names of Dan Baney and Crystal Wagner were drawn Monday as the first winners of the Imperial Chamber of Commerce “Experience Imperial” punch card campaign. The winners each received $150 in Chamber Bucks to be used at businesses in Imperial. There...
  • Gas prices continue decline

    Average retail gasoline prices in Nebraska fell another two cents a gallon in the past week, averaging $2.05 on Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 1,150 gas outlets in Nebraska. This compares with the national average of $2.03, a price tha...
  • Clean hands battle influenza

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Representatives of Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department were in Imperial Tuesday with some clean fun for students at Chase County Schools. They were teaching elementary students the importance of hand washing. ...
  • Swingin’ fun at Max Park

    Youngsters and parents, too, have been enjoying the new expression swing installed a few weeks ago at the Max Addition Park. The unique quality of this swing allows an adult to sit on the swing facing their child or another youngster in the infant swing, ...
  • Count your blessings instead of what you don’t have

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorWith only about two weeks until Christmas, people are beginning to get into the spirit. One of the favorite events this time of year for me is watching all of those great Christmas movies. While some good...
  • Giving joy requires givers, receivers

    By Lori PankoninThe Imperial RepublicanTradition continues with folks opening their hearts to reach out to others during the holiday season. Giving trees and gift programs flourish with open generosity, people sharing with people. It doesn’t remove the ...
  • One-Act team places fifth in districts

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The cast of the Chase County Schools One-Act Play placed fifth out of eight in district competition in Chadron last weekend. The cast produced “Romeo and Juliet: Six Very Busy Days.” The performance placed first...
  • Wrestlers split at Garden County triangular

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County wrestling got underway last Thursday  at the Garden County/Bridgeport double dual. Chase County took 14 wrestlers to the meet. The first dual of the night featured Chase County and Garden County with the...
  • Hinojosa a champion at Broken Bow Invitational

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican After a long day of wrestling at the Broken Bow Invitational, Saturday, Chase County emerged with a champion in the 220 weight class. Eli Hinojosa was seeded number one in the 220 pound bracket and proved that he was ...
  • Lady Longhorns face another pair of tough opponents this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican While the Lady Longhorns opened the season last week at 0-2, the games provided Chase County Coach Mark Bottom a look at where the team needs to improve. After a heartbreaking one-point loss in the final seconds at Co...
  • Defense solid in opening weekend; shooting not so much

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Going in, if someone had told boys’ basketball coach Carl Zuege the Longhorns would hold Cozad to 39 and McCook to 36, he’d think for sure they would be 2-0. Unfortunately, the Longhorns’ shooting performance ...
  • New Booster flags up downtown

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Twenty years of support has worn on the orange Longhorn Booster flags that fly downtown during home athletic events. At the request of several businesses, the raggedy flags  (in some cases) are being replaced with ne...
  • Two selected for Honor Band

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools senior Kristina Pflum and sophomore Noah Griffin have been chosen to participate in the Kearney Honor Band Jan. 26, 2016. The two worked on and recorded their audition music on their own time, acc...
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