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  • St. John’s Catholic Church celebrating 50th anniversary

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Dating back to 1959, when construction was completed, St. John’s Catholic Church in Wauneta has been a Highway 6 landmark of modern architecture for 50 years. This Sunday afternoon, parishioners and guests from across Nebr...
  • FFA qualifies first team for 2010 state

    Following the first district competition of the FFA season, Imperial has qualified a team for the April, 2010 state convention ag education contests. Imperial’s junior livestock judging team, above, took second overall among nearly 55 junior teams in th...
  • Bellies full of burgers

    A new contest for Imperial was introduced Sunday afternoon when JJ’s hosted its “Gut Bustin’ Pig Out Contest” at their restaurant at 1134 Broadway. Participants in three age divisions attempted to chow down as many burgers as they could in the all...
  • Red Ribbon Week starts Monday

    Chase County Schools will be participating in Red Ribbon Week October 26-29. The purpose of Red Ribbon Week is to promote safe and drug free lifestyles. Students at CCS are being encouraged to participate in Red Ribbon Week by observing the following the...
  • Harchelroad Motors burns to ground early Saturday morning

    Firemen were called to combat an early morning fire at Harchelroad Motors on Saturday, Oct. 17. Watch for more pictures and story in this week's newspaper, and here on the website.                   ...
  • Fire prevention learning can also be fun

    Kindergarten students at Chase County Schools had fun while learning about fire prevention Friday, when the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department visited during Fire Prevention Week. Above, Darci Frier, left, and Jordan Jablonski are all smiles as they t...
  • County hospital, clinic implement influenza precautionary measures

    School seeing growing number of students who are home sick By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As cases of seasonal and H1N1 influenza are reported in Nebraska and Chase County, the Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) and Clinics are taking precaut...
  • Chase County Elementary wins state championship for fitness once again

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican This is year No. 30. That’s how many times Chase County grade 5-8 students have been named the state championship school in its enrollment class for physical fitness. Elementary P.E. instructors Jodie Schuller and M...
  • Newspaper planning special recognition of those in military service

    Veterans Day will be observed on Wednesday, Nov. 11, and The Imperial Republican will recognize servicemen and women with ties to this area in the Nov. 5 edition. All families who have a relative with a connection to this area and who is currently active ...
  • Raus return to Imperial and family

    ■ Editor’s note: This is the one in a series of feature stories about people who have returned with their families to their hometown of Imperial, after working in other communities.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican We didn’t sit down and count t...
  • Harchelroad Motors demolishing shop to make way for new one

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican After months of planning and preparation, the shop facility at Harchelroad Motors’ Imperial location will be coming down. Demolition of the shop was scheduled to begin Tuesday afternoon. The shop will go down to...
  • Community in the spotlight during annual NCIP judging

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A gloomy, rainy day here Tuesday didn’t dampen the enthusiasm of several Imperial residents as they talked about community improvement projects completed here the past year. Two judges with the Nebraska Community Im...
  • New hair salon opening in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The former Chase County Extension Office has been transformed into “Just For Looks,” a new hair salon in Imperial. Holli Purkeypile will open for business this coming Tuesday. Located at 816 Douglas, Just For Look...
  • Pumpkin Run scheduled for Saturday

    In conjunction with the Cox’s Pond pumpkin patch, the annual Pumpkin Run will be held Saturday. Check in is at 7 a.m., with the 5K-10 mile race beginning at 8 a.m. The kids’ run begins at 10 a.m., and prizes will be awarded at about 10:15 a.m. The r...
  • Weather to shine on pumpkin patch

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Despite the snow and frozen pumpkins, Cox’s Pond pumpkin patch will be open under the sun this weekend. The forecast calls for 60 degree weather for the popular Halloween event. Located at Cox’s Ponds, two and one...
  • One of four area Cattleman’s Days will be in Imperial

    Extension educators have planned Cattleman’s Day and Trade Show events for four area communities in November. They start Nov. 16 in North Platte at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds and continue Tuesday, Nov. 17 in Ogallala at Grey Goose; Monday, Nov. 23, ...
  • Girl Scouts earn Gold Award with project at courthouse

    Seven Girl Scouts, all seniors at Chase County Schools, will earn the highest award for Girl Scouts age 14 to 18, the Gold Award, after completing an outdoor improvement project at the Chase County Courthouse in Imperial. The photo shows the girls near ...
  • Council votes for concrete resurface on East 9th Street

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Just like East 5th and East 12th Streets, East 9th Street will also be resurfaced with concrete. On Monday night, council members voted to create three street improvement districts for those three streets, and now all...
  • Plans still not finalized for Champion Lake project

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The administrator of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Parks Division said Friday that NGPC is still waiting for the final plans that would repair gates and refill Champion Lake. Jim Fuller said a draft of the pl...
  • City gets chance to show off its best

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor The rainy day on Tuesday didn’t affect the number of pluses that Imperial has, as judges from the Nebraska Community Improvement Program (NCIP) spent a couple of hours here. For the third year, the ci...

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