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  • Ag and pheasants workshop in Trenton Jan. 26

    The Ag and Pheasants Workshop in Trenton on Jan. 26 will highlight management strategies for ag producers that increase profitably and create habitat that benefits wildlife. The meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m.-2 p.m. CT at the TCDC Building, 403 E. 1st S...
  • City offering business owner scholarships to MarketPlace 2012

    Deadline is Jan. 27 for scholarship application By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican MarketPlace 2012, an annual event sponsored by the Center for Rural Affairs, is just around the corner. This year’s edition for those already interested in business ...
  • You never know when you can make a difference

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher You just never know when you can be the difference in someone’s life or how a simple gesture or act of kindness can make a positive influence on someone else.      One never knows when the seeds ...
  • New DUI law allows option of license revocation hearing

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A new drunk driving law went into effect Jan. 1 that should, according to Gov. Dave Heineman, make Nebraskans think twice before driving under the influence. “This law improves public safety by removing a drunk driv...
  • Heritage of Wauneta gets strong show of support from community

    Volunteers launch $150,000 fundraising campaign to keep Wauneta nursing home open By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze This past summer, when Vetter Health Services first told residents of Heritage of Wauneta and their families the nursing home could close in ...
  • Longhorns go 2-2 over eight-day stretch

    Wins come over Perkins County, Maxwell By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With a 50-33 win over Maxwell in the first round of the SPVA tournament Tuesday night, Carl Zuege’s Longhorns can step back and catch their breath. Tuesday’s game marked ...
  • Wrestlers break drought, garner medal at home

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican After a long start to the wrestling season, Andrew Schilke had a good day at the Imperial Invitational Saturday and scored a second place medal to break the no-medal drought. Coach Matt Vlasin welcomed back junior w...
  • Girls looking to pick up first win of 2012

    Lady Longhorns drop opening game in conference tourney By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Monday’s opening round loss in the SPVA conference tournament sends the Chase County Lady Longhorns into the fifth/sixth place game Saturday morning in North P...
  • Essay contest asks students about college aspirations

    State Treasurer Don Stenberg has announced the kickoff of the 2012 “Why I Want to Go to College” essay contest. For the past 10 years, the Nebraska Educational Savings Plan Trust has been asking seventh and eighth graders to write about why they want ...
  • Six contestants, seven medals

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A small but mighty Chase County Schools speech team scored big at the Wallace Speech Invitational last Saturday. Six speakers brought home seven medals and a third place team plaque. Andrea Hogsett took first place in...
  • Education results help focus on improvement

    by DAVE HEINEMANNebraska Governor Education is a key priority in our state and educating our sons and daughters is an investment that will pay dividends for individuals, families and communities throughout our state. Education success and economic succes...
  • Science fair projects net students trip to contest in North Platte

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Sixteen students will be taking their science fair projects to competition in North Platte in March. The ninth grade science class, under the direction of teacher Kim Wilson, displayed their projects in the Chase Coun...
  • Super Foods customer a determined recycler

    John Jensen, above, will hit a real milestone this week, at least in the world of recycling. His weekly stop at Imperial Super Foods this Friday will mark a full year that he has used the same two brown grocery bags for carrying home his purchases. Jill M...
  • Incumbents face Feb. 15 filing deadline for this year’s elections

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s election season kicked off with Republican presidential caucuses in Iowa last week and the Republican primary in New Hampshire Tuesday. That means the primary election season in Nebraska in not far of...
  • Changes to pooling, transfer rules proposed by URNRD

    Board to discuss proposal Thursday By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Irrigators wanting to put irrigated tracts into a pool or transfer water from one tract of irrigated ground to another will want to take notice of rule changes now under considera...
  • Moisture totals continue to eclipse previous years

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Totals in 2011 continued a six-year trend that has seen moisture in Imperial higher than the previous year. For 2011, Imperial was blessed with 26.67 inches of moisture, just slightly higher than the 26.39” in 2010,...
  • Start of new era for Wauneta Roller Mills

    After 86 years, Maxfields hand off operation of family mill By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze A new chapter is being written in the story of Wauneta’s Roller Mills. Founded in 1925 by Bert and Edna Maxfield, Wauneta’s local flour mill and feed mill h...
  • Longtime police chief soon to have time for other things

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Being a police chief in a small town has its ups and downs. Sometimes the “downs” seem to be more prevalent—times when the police are called into situations in which people are at their worst. But, there are ...
  • New Year’s Baby born to Champion couple

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Arriving two and half weeks early, little miss Jacelyn Baker may have edged out a few other babies for the 2012 New Year’s Baby title at Chase County Community Hospital. Born early Saturday morning, Jan. 7, the da...
  • Area producers invited to Ag Tech Fair Jan. 26

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Agricultural producers, especially row crop ones, should plan to attend the Imperial Chamber of Commerce’s Ag Technology Fair, set for Jan. 26 at the St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Parish Hall. That’s according t...

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