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  • Enders Lake cleanup planned for April 26

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican The local chapter of the Ike’s will join the Game & Parks in coordinating a clean-up day at Enders Lake Saturday, April 26. Beau Licking, G&P superintendent at Enders Lake, said he’s excited to see t...
  • March Madness bracketology always marked by surprises

    Jim Calvin, Tyler Pribbeno lead contest after first weekend By Jana Pribbeno The Imperial Republican Trying to figure out how to fill out the March Madness bracket each year can be maddening. One can pour over the stats, like the sound of the team name...
  • Soccer U19, U14 teams start play this weekend

    Younger teams will kick off 2014 season April 5   By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican While most of the teams in Imperial’s soccer league start play Saturday, April 5, some of the older teams open their seasons this coming week. Coordinator Bruc...
  • State reduces deer permits due to drought, disease

    Regulations designed to help deer herds grow in much of the state were adopted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners at their meeting March 21 in Norfolk. In 2012, a drought and an outbreak of epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) killed off an esti...
  • State Patrol participates in ‘Drive to Save Lives’ Campaign

    The Nebraska State Patrol joined law enforcement agencies from across the United States last Thursday to pledge support for a national effort to save lives by lowering the number of traffic deaths on our nation’s roadways by 15 percent in 2014. Command ...
  • Scottsbluff choral group to perform in Imperial

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Western Nebraska Community College “Varsity Vocalize,” the college’s show choir, will visit Imperial April 3 during its spring tour. The group will perform at 2 p.m. in the Chase County Schools (CCS) audi...
  • Bloodmobile falls short of 90-unit goal

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican Seventy-five people signed up to donate blood at the American Red Cross Bloodmobile sponsored by students at Chase County Schools last week. A total of 68 good units were accepted during the event. The goal was 90 ...
  • IVFD honors its own at annual awards banquet

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Sixty people attended Saturday night’s annual banquet and awards program of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) held at St. Patrick’s’ Parish Hall. Kelsey Weiss repeated as the department’s Firema...
  • Symphony program Sunday salutes Nebraska, its composers

    The Sandhills Symphony orchestra will be performing a spring concert at 3 p.m. CT  Sunday at the North Platte Senior High auditorium. The 50-piece traditional style orchestra has performed in North Platte for 52 seasons. The concert theme is “Beautifu...
  • Antique appraisal event coming to McCook

    Do you know the value of your great-grandmother’s china? What about grandpa’s old pocket watch? Mark your calendar for Friday, April 11, and make plans to attend one of two antiques and collectibles appraisal sessions in McCook. The first session will...
  • School-sponsored Bloodmobiles benefiting students

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor We all know the many benefits of giving blood, and the life-saving results that come from an hour or so of your time at a local Bloodmobile. But, in Imperial and at several other locations in the U.S., ...
  • Shoe project concludes end of March

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  • Ducks Unlimited banquet set for Saturday night

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The Frenchman Valley Ducks Unlimited (DU) Chapter has an evening of fun planned for its 11th annual banquet Saturday night. The public is invited to participate in games, a meal and auctions at the Imperial City Gy...
  • Girls’ basketball team chooses team captains; one named to SPVA honorable mention list

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Seniors Kaycee Bubak and Anna Bauerle were chosen by their teammates as honorary captains for the 2013-14 girls’ basketball season. The team captain selection, as well as this week’s announcement of an SPVA Con...
  • Calving season—lifeblood of the cattleman

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  • Time is here for severe spring weather planning

    Chase County will host statewide tornado drill next Wednesday By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Spring is historically the season for severe weather such as tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and hail. With that in mind, the National Weather Service  ...
  • Stats compiled for boys’ basketball season

    Four  Longhorns onSPVA all-conference list By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican This year’s Chase County Longhorn boys’ basketball team put together their best season record since 2002, finishing with 17 wins against just 7 losses. They finish...
  • Testing underway on N-CORPE augmentation project

    Goal to have project fully operational by end of March By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Testing of wells and the delivery pipeline for the Lincoln County augmentation project is underway, with the goal of becoming fully operational by the end of ...
  • Private pond owners encouraged to report winter fish kills

    Private pond owners are encouraged to report severe winter fish kills to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission following ice-out. Winter fish kills occur when oxygen levels fall too low to support fish under the ice. Ice prevents the direct absorption of...
  • Abrupt resignation of senior facilities administrator ‘total surprise’

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican City officials and the owner of RHD, the firm managing Imperial’s senior care facilities, all expressed surprise this week at the abrupt resignation of administrator Melissa Larson. Larson, who served as administrat...

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