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  • Fireworks to light up skies Saturday night

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Fireworks displays will fill the sky Saturday night, July 4, with Imperial’s annual fireworks show. This year’s display will be held at the Chase County fairgrounds and will begin shortly after dark. Members o...
  • Seventeen enter delectable sweets in Dessert Wars

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Twice as many entries competed for top honors in last Thursday’s Dessert Wars, giving taste-testers twice as many delectable sweets to sample. Seventeen contestants entered 19 desserts compared to eight entries last...
  • Hospital to lease new CT scanner

    New scanner will improve imagery By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With the lease on their current CT scanner ending in October, members of the Chase County Community Hospital Board opted to lease a new CT scanner. The decision was made during the...
  • Entries being accepted in fair’s photo contest

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Are you a photobug? Do you love taking pictures? Now’s the time to begin planning which photos you’d like to enter in the annual Chase County Fair’s open photo contest sponsored by Fine Things Jewelry and Gifts...
  • Roadshow a treasure of a time

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “My great great-grandfather’s Civil War silver tea pot was only worth $70, but we had a wonderful time at Antiques Roadshow.” That could have been filmed in the feedback booth at the Antiques Roadshow (AR) in Om...
  • Veterans’ exhibits at museum

    Books by and about veterans from World War II, Korea and Vietnam will be on display at the Chase County Museum in Champion Sunday. Articles and books belonging to Lied Imperial Public Library will be available for perusal, as will articles from the recent...
  • Stumpf Wheat Center near Grant officially open

    By Tim LinscottThe Grant Tribune Sentinel Let the work begin... The Henry J. Stumpf International Wheat Center just outside of Grant officially opened on June 23 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and hosted a West Central Water and Crops Field Day to begin t...
  • CCS a finalist for an America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education grant

    Winners of $10,000, $25,000 in grants to be announced in August Chase County Schools has been announced a finalist in this year’s America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. CCS is among the top high schools in Ne...
  • Sharing a garden, its produce

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican USDA employees in Imperial have again planted two box gardens as part of the People’s Garden Initiative, a nation-wide effort to create gardens through collaborative efforts. The gardens are located in front of the ...
  • WIC program comes to Imperial twice monthly

    The Women’s Infants and Children (WIC) program is a supplemental food and nutrition effort that provides nutritious foods at no cost to help families stay healthy and strong.    Imperial is one of eight area communities served by WIC. Program represen...
  • What further effects will Court’s marriage decision bring?

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor While same-sex marriage proponents gained a big win on Friday, repercussions from the U.S. Supreme Court’s split decision are certain to follow, affecting other areas of our lives. Nothing in the U.S....
  • Residents warned of paving scams in area; one company spotted in Imperial

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After a Nebraska paving company was banned from doing business in Kansas and ordered to repay two northwest Kansas consumers, area law officers are warning residents of possible scams involving two paving/asphalt busi...
  • Imperial Rotary names new president

    Tom Gaschler turned over reigns as president of the Imperial Rotary Club to Lori Pankonin at a steak and shrimp dinner at Enders Golf Course last Thursday evening. Pankonin also held the position in 2006-07. Don Peterson of Kearney will begin a new leader...
  • New at 2015 fair: family-friendly ventriloquist, comedy, music show

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The Chase County Fair Board has added another free family-friendly show to the lineup for the 2015 Chase County Fair. David Malmberg will perform his ventriloquist show in the open air pavilion. Malmberg’s website ...
  • Legion teams fall to Broken Bow, McCook

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Legion teams came out on the short end in games against Broken Bow last Thursday and McCook Tuesday. The juniors lost a close one to Broken Bow, 8-7. Going into the fifth, the score was tied 2-2. Brok...
  • Watz Up Wednesdays

    The Imperial Campus of Mid-Plains Community College is alive with Watz Up Wednesdays this summer. Last week children attended a “Like to Move It, Move It” class with Holly Andrews of North Platte and registered professional therapy dog Nestle. The chi...
  • Imperial team wins annual Logan Bauman Memorial Golf Tournament

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican An Imperial team won the 7th annual Logan Bauman Memorial Golf Tournament played Monday in Aurora, Colo. Matt Teply, Dan Fulton and Eric Moreland of Imperial were joined by Levi Knutson of Aurora, Colo. on the winn...
  • Area habitat tour reveals importance of pollinators

    Pheasants Forever, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the Nebraska Environmental Trust hosted a local pollinator habitat tour last Thursday.          Thirteen people attended the tour which consist...
  • Eberhardt remains jailed in McCook; bond reduced

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chuck Eberhardt remains in the Red Willow County Jail in McCook a month to the day of his arrest June 2 in Imperial. At his arraignment in Chase County Court June 18, Eberhardt was officially informed of the Class 3 f...
  • Gardeners go to work

    The newly-formed Green Thumbuddies garden club has been busy in Imperial. Last week members planted a display at the Chase County Fairgrounds. Helping were, from left, Laura Gaschler, Lori Owens and Manet Brown. The group was organized not only to share g...

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