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  • Rotary gifts dictionaries to third graders

    Imperial Rotarians Tom Gaschler and Cheryl Bryan present personal kid-friendly dictionaries to Chase County School third graders, at right. The gifts express the local club’s belief in youth and in the importance of literacy. Enthusiasm and appreciation...
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  • Bureau, FCID oppose NRD’s new management plan

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Bureau of Reclamation and the Frenchman Cambridge Irrigation District (FCID) left no doubt they oppose the new Integrated Management Plan (IMP) being proposed in the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (...
  • Students pay tribute to vets

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican American veterans were  honored at Chase County Schools last Wednesday by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) during two Veterans Day programs. The Imperial VFW provided the color guard, while FBLA members ...
  • Nina Hallet thankful for full life

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Last week Nina Hallett wasn’t sure what her Thanksgiving plans were, but she was sure of one thing. She’s thankful for her long productive life. Hallett, 93, lives in the same house in which she lived as a child, ...
  • Staying off the Thanksgiving dinner table

    Even though the turkey hunting season is still open and Thanksgiving is near, one would think staying off someone’s Thanksgiving dinner platter would be the highest priority. However, this flock of turkeys south of the Frenchman River here in Chase Coun...
  • CCS first in SPVA one-act

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “Our kids rock!” That was the opinion of Director Jill Bauerle Monday after the Chase County Schools  (CCS) One-Act Play cast took first place at the SPVA competition in Bridgeport. This is the fifth year running...
  • Hogsett lands dream job at UCLA Film and TV Archive

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Former Imperial resident Staci Hogsett is busy these days cataloguing information and film as a collections services assistant at the UCLA Film & Television Archive in Los Angeles. The Archive is one of the most r...
  • Raffle items unveiled for Dec. 5-6 Vision of Trees

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A large wooden bench, art photography, a Christmas tree, a quilt and a vintage potting shelf will be raffled off during the Champion Jr. Women’s Club 2015 Vision of Trees “Winter Magic.” Set for Dec. 5-6, the ev...
  • Holiday mailing season begins

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Get out the mailing tape and purchase holiday stamps. It’s that time of year. The U.S. Postal Service recommends customers to observe a number of mailing and shipping deadlines to ensure that holiday mail and packag...
  • SWNCBC offers down payment/closing cost assistance

    Southwest Nebraska Community Betterment Corporation (SWNCBC), a non-profit organization located in Grant, is leading a cooperative effort to provide down payment/closing cost assistance to first-time home buyers using funding provided by the Nebraska Depa...
  • Open house at Scott’s Pump Service

    A fairly new business in Imperial, Scott’s Pump Service, is planning an open house for Dec. 11 from 3-7 p.m. The public is invited for food and drink at the business at 171 Hwy. 61. Scott’s Pump Service, owned by Scott and Stephanie Moser, opened Jun...
  • Small Business Saturday this weekend

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Everyone has heard of Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when malls and stores open early and big-time shopping is urged. Even in Imperial, Black Friday is promoted by stores such as Adams Drug with its grab bag...
  • Sesquicentennial calender features counties

    As we prepare to ring in 2016, the Nebraska 150 Foundation is looking forward to a successful kickoff of the Nebraska sesquicentennial, the 2017 celebration of 150 years of statehood, which is now just over one year away. Count down with us using the “P...
  • How’s your civics IQ?

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Civics teachers will likely cringe when they hear this story. Discouraged by the lack of knowledge about American civics, three young girls from Elm Creek High School are out to change that. Last summer, the thre...
  • Beauty of fall colors tells a story

    By Lori PankoninThe Imperial RepublicanMy grandson agreed to do a ventriloquist act for a children’s sermon in church when he was in town recently. I was waiting for a topic idea to spark so that I could write his script. While visiting Lucille, a speci...
  • Stewardship, facility management investigated

    This article comes at a very important time for Chase County Schools. During last months board meeting the board and administration moved to investigate further the need for additional space at the Chase County facility. With the results of the feasibilit...
  • ‘Tis the season

    You know the holiday season is upon us when the City of Imperial hangs its Christmas decorations. Taking advantage of a lack of wind on Monday, city employees began hanging  wreaths on light poles, to be followed by hanging garland to span Broadway Stree...
  • Agriculture scholarship application available

    Each year the Colorado Conservation Tillage Association awards agriculture scholarships to outstanding youth who are majoring in agriculture, ag business, horticulture or agronomy who will make a difference in the industry. This year two $1,000 scholarshi...
  • Shannon Liewer earns All-Conference honors

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Peru State College senior Shannon Liewer, a defensive specialist on the Bobcats volleyball team, earned all-conference honors in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. Liewer and teammate Jhessica Martins of Ube...

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