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  • Sixth grade boys’ basketball team completes successful season

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Members of Imperial’s sixth grade boys’ basketball team have been traveling to weekend tournaments since January.    They completed their season last weekend with a second place finish at the Kearney tour...
  • Tough economy means more may qualify for Earned Income Tax credits

        As this year’s tax season stretches across difficult economic times, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) wants to make sure that Nebraskans get all the tax credits they deserve through the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) program. ...
  • Sen. Nelson receives highest National Guard award

        Army National Guard Director Lt. Gen. Clyde Vaughn presented the National Guard’s highest award to Nebraska’s Senator Ben Nelson for his leadership and support to service personnel.    Vaughn presented the Sonny Montgomery Award to Nelson in...
  • Deer on road blamed in one-vehicle accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    A deer crossing the road caused the teenage driver to swerve, then lose control of his vehicle in an accident March 17.    Chase County Sheriff’s Deputy Stan Colby said Logan White, 17, was driving east on ...
  • First month of 2009 brings in over $29,000 from sales tax

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Compared to most months the past year, January’s sales tax revenues to the city of Imperial were down a bit.    But, the $29,044.90 from January’s sales pushed the overall total to more than $648,000 sinc...
  • Man flown to Kearney after self-inflicted gunshot wound

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    An early morning helicopter air-lifted an Imperial man to Kearney after he suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to local police.    Police Chief Larry Browning said Officer Kyle Hansen was calle...
  • Fire department called to Harchelroad’s Tuesday; cornstalk fire last week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Main street was lit up with fire trucks and other emergency vehicles Tuesday night when members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department were called to Harchelroad Motors at 316 Broadway.    First Asst. Chie...
  • Friends find best treasure is friendship

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    The “Treasure Hunt,” a musical produced by the Children’s Theatre Company of South Dakota in Imperial last weekend, was a-buzz with scorpions, owls, fireflies and penguins, but the theme of the story was t...
  • McCook abuzz over tourism idea: ‘Old Sparky’ the electric chair

        LINCOLN (AP)—Residents of a small southwest Nebraska town have a question for state officials: You’re not doing anything with that old electric chair, are you?    The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled last year that the state’s use of the elect...
  • Student vocalists bring back songs of yesteryear

    Chase County’s fifth and sixth grade classes brought back a lot of music from the “old days” at a pops concert last Thursday night in the school auditorium. Grade 7-12 Principal Mike Sorensen, seated, had a great seat for one of the sixth grade song...
  • Amazing animals coming to SCORE camp this summer

        Khoreen and Paul White currently work for Wildlife Encounters.      They travel the school year state to state promoting awareness and enthusiasm for wildlife, the natural world and encouraging conservation education. They have worked with Jim ...
  • Childrens’ theatre cast, with performances this weekend

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    There will be bugs in the Children’s Theatre Company of South Dakota’s musical performance this weekend, but they won’t be problem bugs. They’ll be fireflies and scorpions, along with penguins, cactus pl...
  • New K-6 language arts program adopted at CCS

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Classroom teachers in the K-6 grades at Chase County Schools and administrators appear excited about a new language arts program that will be instituted during the 2009-2010 school year.    School board membe...
  • Earlier Prom arrives here Saturday

    One of spring’s big events at Chase County Schools is the Prom. This year, the event is arriving much earlier, this Saturday night in fact. In the past, the Prom here has been scheduled the end of April or early May. This week,  members of the junior c...
  • Bill heard to increase state funding for career education student organizations

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    For the past 17 years, the Nebraska Department of Education has matched federal funding for programs under the Career Education Student Organizations. Those include FFA, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)...
  • Homeowner surprised his address site of sex offender

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Kody Weiss of Imperial couldn’t imagine why he was getting phone calls after last week’s paper came out.     Callers were asking Weiss about the registered sex offender living at his address.     Wei...
  • Council, engineer are preparing for paving, water main, lift station projects

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Costs for a number of city public works projects were discussed with Kent Cordes of Miller & Associates at last week’s city council meeting.    Paving projects on East 5th and East 9th Sts., the laying of a...
  • Grant to aid first-time homebuyers in Chase and adjoining counties

        Southwest Nebraska Community Betterment Corporation (SWNCBC) in Grant has received $100,000 in Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust Fund money to continue providing a down payment and closing cost assistance program to help 10 individuals in Perkins, ...
  • March 31 is deadline to apply for 2008 crop loans, payments

        Dan Steinkruger, Acting State Executive Director for USDA’s Farm Service Agency in Nebraska, reminds producers of the March 31 deadline to apply for 2008 crop year commodity loans for wheat, oats, barley, canola, crambe, flaxseed, honey, oats, ra...
  • UNL plans to roll out more buffalograss varieties

        Buffalograss wins praise for its low maintenance characteristics, but homeowners still tend to avoid it.     University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers hope some new varieties in the works will encourage more people to plant the grass.    Bob...

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