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  • Students selected for Freedoms Foundation trip

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Interviews were held Tuesday for the annual Chase County Chapter of Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge trip, with six Chase County Schools students chosen. Receiving the 80 percent Ray Stromberger Memorial Scholarshp...
  • Year’s top three stories center around water, storms

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was a stormy 2009, at times, both in politics and the weather. And, that can also describe the three news events that staff members of The Imperial Republican chose as their top stories of the past year. It’s a...
  • Fixing occupation tax among Sen. Mark Christensen’s legislative goals

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican When 44th District State Senator Mark Christensen returns to Lincoln this week for the 60-day session, one of his goals will focus on fixing the occupation tax in LB 701. The 49-member body reconvened for the sho...
  • 2010—It’s an election year

    All but one county official will be elected this year By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican As the calendar turns to 2010, it not only signals the beginning of a new year but the beginning of another election cycle in Nebraska. The major offices in st...
  • 14 vendors to display at Chamber’s ag tech fair

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Fourteen vendors have committed to display their wares during the Imperial Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Ag Technology Fair Thursday, Jan. 14. The expo will be held in Imperial at the St. Patrick’s parish ...
  • Career Academy involving more Imperial students

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A program designed to help students obtain college credits while still in high school is gaining momentum at Chase County Schools. Initiated over a year ago, Career Academy, a joint project between CCS and Mid-Plains ...
  • Year will be remembered for moisture, snowfall

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Being an ag community, moisture is always a topic of conversation. In that light, it was a good weather year. Moisture totals grew again in 2009 compared to the year before, making it three years in a row for a highe...
  • Considerable damage sustained in combine fire Saturday afternoon

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Damage was considerable to a 2006 Cat 580R combine involved in a fire Saturday, north of Lamar. Both the Lamar and Imperial Volunteer Fire Departments were on the scene, first called about 3:30 p.m. Both departments r...
  • Plant windbreaks for snow control, protection

    Many Nebraskans may be saying “enough already with the snow and cold wind,” but there is a way to protect yourself in the future, and that is with a well-planned windbreak of trees and shrubs, says Dennis Adams, forester with the Nebraska Forest Servi...
  • the COLOR box to host grand opening

    The newest styling salon in Imperial, the COLOR box, is inviting the public to a grand opening Jan. 13. Owned by Vanessa Terryberry, the salon opened for business in the old A Cut Above building at 514 Broadway Dec. 14, 2009. Terryberry said refreshments...
  • Red Cross celebrates National Blood Donor Month by thanking dedicated donors

    Join others in Imperial and donate blood January is National Blood Donor Month. Throughout the month of January, the American Red Cross is celebrating the contributions of millions of blood donors who give patients hope. If you haven’t donated blood t...
  • ‘Imperial Live’ to feature songwriter performance, dinner

    “Imperial Live” is being developed as an extension of the Bieroc Café concert series in McCook, which features live entertainment. Songwriter Beth Wood will perform on Thursday, Jan. 21, at Smokin’ Leroy’s Backroom Lounge. The evening will includ...
  • Past year has much to look back on; welcome 2010!

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Each January, when our newspaper staff votes on the top stories of the previous year, I’m amazed at how much really happens in our small community in 365 days. I’m always a bit surprised when I look...
  • Imagination creates the best entertainment

    That time has come and gone when people from around the world spend an intense period of time shopping, shopping and shopping more to buy just the right things for others. Sometimes people settle for something just to have something. Other times they go f...
  • Early arrival ensures McCook lad’s first baby of year honors

    By Connie Jo DiscoeThe McCook Gazette Sarah and Brian Garcia of McCook had no idea their new baby might be the Gazetteland’s “New Year’s Baby 2010.” The baby wasn’t due until Jan. 10, and it seemed that by Jan. 3, someone else should have alread...
  • Pelini says Nebraska ‘force to be reckoned with’

    By Eric OlsonAP Sports Writer LINCOLN (AP)—A 33-0 Holiday Bowl rout of Arizona was Nebraska’s sixth win in seven games and provided further evidence that coach Bo Pelini has positioned the Cornhuskers to be major players on the national scene again. ...
  • Girls turn in season’s best shooting at holiday tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A team won’t lose too many games when they shoot 51%. That’s what the Lady Longhorns tallied in their 48-36 win over Maxwell in the consolation finals of last week’s holiday tournament. Chase County’s girls’...
  • Slow start costly to Longhorns in holiday tourney consolation

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns matched their season high last week in the holiday tournament consolation game.                               Unfortunately, their 51 points came in the final ...
  • Mission 22q: A quest to help other parents

    ■ Editor’s note: This article is being reprinted with permission from The Lincoln Journal newspaper. Imperial native Tyler Pribbeno was among the University of Nebraska-Lincoln law students who was quoted in the article after his involvement in the pr...
  • Public invited to science fair at school

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The students of seventh and eighth grade science teacher Kim Wilson will be displaying their science projects at Chase County Schools Friday, and the public is invited to view them. The students will be displaying the...

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