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  • Phillips County Arts Council to bring ABBA tribute to Holyoke next week

    Thank You for the Music, a modern tribute to ABBA, is set to take over the Holyoke (Colo.) High School auditorium next Friday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. The performance is part of the Phillips County Arts Council concert series and is a tribute to the Swedis...
  • CCS fourth in speech meet

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The trip to Bartley for the Roughrider Southwest Speech Tournament Saturday was fruitful for the Chase County Schools speech team. The team placed fourth out of 12 schools in the large tournament. CCS scored 23 poi...
  • Goal exceeded by 27,200 meals at mega packing event

    Total of 187,200 meals packaged by more than 400 volunteers at event By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze The Zion Lutheran Church in Imperial was a flurry of activity over the weekend when more than 400 volunteers gathered to package meals for star...
  • Local shoppers make December biggest ever in city sales tax revenue

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican December’s busy shopping season may have been a contributor to Imperial’s highest ever city sales tax revenue. While it’s just about $60 higher, December 2013 saw city sales tax revenue of $46,559.94, beating...
  • Rural board, council start discussions on suburban fire district

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican More questions than answers were raised at last week’s city council meeting on possibilities of a suburban fire district. At the council’s request, the rural fire board’s five members attended the meeting to ...
  • Beautiful snow, beautiful moisture

    Snowfall Saturday night and into Sunday dropped seven and a half inches, and along with it, some very nice moisture. The heavy, soft snowfall was a beautiful one, too, leaving many picturesque scenes in the community, even though the weather resulted in...
  • Judges find tasty entries in Chamber’s first Dessert Wars

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican There were a lot of licking of lips and contented sighs at the inaugural Dessert Wars introduced last Thursday by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce. While there were just eight desserts entered this first year, cont...
  • Womens’ Gym changes hands; new owner takes over Friday

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican As of Friday the Womens’ Gym in the 400 block of Broadway in Imperial will become Synergy Total Fitness, owned by Sheila Stromberger as Synergy Total Fitness LLC. Stromberger purchased the exercise center from Ma...
  • Randy Bartlett is Weed Superintendent of Year

    Chase County Weed Supt. Randy Bartlett recently earned a top honor in the region. The Imperial man was named Region 6 Weed Control Superintendent of the Year at the Nebraska Weed Control Association’s 67th annual conference in Norfolk Feb. 11-12. In the...
  • Credit union endures major changes in 2013

    By Kyle Arnoldy Holyoke Enterprise It was a transitional year for the Imperial and Holyoke, Colo., Community Federal Credit Unions and more changes are set to take place in 2014. Along with changes to management, there were also revisions made to the wa...
  • New fertilizer application dealer opens

    Rite Rate Ag Systems, owned by Shawn Bigham, will officially open March 3 at the corner of Highway 61 and East 12th Street. Bigham is a fertilizer application equipment dealer, with a large inventory of banjo fittings, hose, transfer and injection pumps, ...
  • Ag business succession, estate planning workshop March 6

    Farm and ranch owners, individuals and families preparing for estate planning or transferring the family business are invited to a free daylong workshop next Thursday, March 6, at the University of Nebraska-Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA)...
  • Talk on prescribed burning wins Hartman Florida trip

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A talk on prescribed burning in Nebraska earned Chase County senior Blair Hartman a trip to Florida earlier this month. Having attended the youth range camp the past three summers sponsored by Nebraska’s Section ...
  • Longhorns win first round of subs

    Finish regular season with win over Sutherland By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Carl Zuege’s Longhorns took a four-game winning streak and a 16-6 record into this week’s C1-11 subdistricts after defeating Sutherland Friday to close out the ...
  • Couple with ties to Wauneta fined for 16 hunting violations

    (AP) — A Gothenburg couple has been ordered to pay a total of $11,400 after being found guilty of multiple hunting violations in Dawson County. Dustin Noble, originally from Wauneta, was convicted of 15 violations last Thursday morning, including counts...
  • Large attendance at Pheasants Forever

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Despite the heavy snowfall the Imperial City Gym was packed Saturday night for the annual Southwest Nebraska Pheasants Forever banquet. Chairman Joe Weiss estimated that 180 people attended, raising money for the c...
  • February Students of Month named

    The February Students of the Month at Chase County Schools are Cassandra Burpo and Curtis Laird. They will attend an Imperial Rotary luncheon. Cassie Burpo, 17, is the daughter of Sonja and Todd Burpo. She is on the honor roll, is a member of National Hon...
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  • County Sheriff’s Department investigating attempted break-in at Wauneta Crossroads

    By Diane Stamm and Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze The Chase County Sheriff’s Department is looking into an attempted break-in at Wauneta Crossroads on the early morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 19. Deputy Dave Ridlen reported the storage shed ...
  • IVFD attends winter fire schools

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department were at two recent winter fire schools in Kearney and Holdrege. Josh Burke, Aaron Greene and Earl Loop were among the 220 people at the Les Lukert Winter Conference...

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