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  • Jablonski gets nod as new council member

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Johna Jablonski received a unanimous 3-0 vote approving her appointment by Mayor Dwight Coleman as Imperial’s newest city council member. Action on the appointment came during a special meeting of the council Friday...
  • Plane crash results in death of David German

    The Cal German family of Imperial suffered another flying tragedy when the family lost a second son and brother as the result of a plane crash. David Lee German, 46, of Ogallala, died Monday night Aug. 3 in a Dallas, Texas hospital from burns suffered af...
  • Historic main street building no longer here

    Historic main street building no longer here An apartment building first used as a Traveler’s Hotel is now history as the structure at the corner of Broadway and 7th Sts., was demolished last week. Now owned by St. Patrick Catholic Church, the building...
  • Replacement of airport ramp, taxiways to begin soon

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Construction on the replacement of the ramp and taxiways at the Imperial airport will begin in about two weeks. The $1.72 million project includes removing the asphalt  ramp and taxiways and replacing them with co...
  • Lifestyle keeps rider in saddle, on move

    In 2008, at the end of a 30- year marriage, Art Lamely loaded up two horses and set off down the road from Broken Bow. Twelve states and 4,400 miles later, Lamely spent two days in Imperial on his way to Amarillo, Texas, for the winter. Lamely said he en...
  • Imperial man now facing federal charges on alleged child porn possession

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chuck Eberhardt of Imperial has been transferred to Lincoln and now faces federal charges on alleged possession of child pornography. Eberhardt, 56, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Chase County District Cou...
  • Paper out early next week during fair; expo tab in this issue

    Staff at The Imperial Republican will publish the Aug. 13 issue a full day early next week during the Chase County Fair. That will allow staff to begin covering the many events of fair week.All news and advertising deadlines will move up one full day next...
  • Bridge being repaired; work to last through August

    Work began last week on the bridge over the Frenchman River, south of Imperial. The county road on Avenue 331 from the Champion Spur to Road 730 is closed to through traffic during the project. Access is open to the transfer station and homes along Ave. 3...
  • CREP concerns keep county commissioners on their toes

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze The hot-button issue of CREP land prices overflowed from the Board of Equalization protest hearings in early July on to the July 28 Chase County Commissioners meeting. The Board of Equalization heard landowner protests ove...
  • CCS has national FBLA winners

    Recent Chase County Schools graduates Claire Kuenne and Makenna Wallin took ninth place in the Desktop Publishing category at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leaderhip Conference in Chicago recently. The duo were among Nebraska mem...
  • Hospital develops strategies, goals for future planning

    Plan expected to be ready for adoption at hospital board’smeeting this monthBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Hospital board members, administration and staff took another step toward the completion of a strategic plan for the hospital. During th...
  • Put our best foot forward next week

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican With the start of the Chase County Fair & Expo just days away, it serves us well to remember that it’s the little things that make the difference on how people view Imperial. Over the next 10 days, thousands...
  • Fair’s archery events wrapped up early

    Youths in the 4-H archery program competed for ribbons and trophies Saturday as one of the many youth events was completed just ahead of the official start of the Chase County Fair next week. Above, Cade Francis checks his results with Judge Kendra Deaver...
  • Bike safety a concern to local resident after close call

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With the start of school just around the corner and the rush of the Chase County Fair next week, an Imperial woman has a big concern on her mind. It’s bicycle safety. While she’s not a bicycle rider herself anymor...
  • Champion woman takes Best of Show in fair photo contest

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Judges gathered Monday evening at Chase County Schools to review and judge entries in the 2015 Chase County Fair Photo Contest. After reviewing entries, judges named “Beard Trucking (Shining On Chrome)” by Melda...
  • Local TeamMates recognized for first year of service

    The Chase County Schools (CCS) TeamMates program was recognized recently for completion of its first year of service. Accepting a plaque from Tom Osborne, who with wife Nancy formed TeamMates, was local President Sheila Stromberger. The award was made in...
  • Yellow Jackets win coed tournament

    This year’s bragging rights in Imperial’s coed softball league goes to the Yellow Jackets. Team members include Kelsey Owens, Matt Owens, Chelsie Thayer, Matt Thayer, Lensey Griebel, Lori Sis, Mylee Sorensen, Abby Sorensen, Chad Cochran, Scott Fesmi...
  • CCS volleyball conditioning starts Monday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Start of the high school fall sports season is less than a month away, so local athletic teams are getting ready. A week of conditioning starts Monday morning for those playing high school volleyball at Chase County S...
  • CCS eighth grader has experience of lifetime at volleyball tourney

    It was the first time Omaha has hosted the final round of the FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Grand Prix international tournament, and a junior high student from Imperial got to see it up close and personal. Madison Schuller, an eighth grader at Chase Co...
  • Trevor Peterson gets in a lot of baseball in St. Louis

    Thirteen-year-old Trevor Peterson has had a full summer of baseball this year. Last weekend, he spent three days in St. Louis as part of 13-and-under Team Nebraska competing in the Midwest Regional National Team Identification Series (NTIS). On Friday, ...

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