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  • Composting creates Mother Nature thrills

    By Lori PankoninImperial RepublicanIt all started when a friend from the mountains helped clear the table. She asked where my compost crock was. Compost crock? I don’t have one. I was already a firm believer in recycling but had never considered turning...
  • Wauneta grocery store sees new leadership

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Families serving families is a tradition on Wauneta’s main street, especially in its local grocery store, Walgren’s Supermarket. Management of the store changed hands Monday, but the tradition will live on. The W...
  • Lady Longhorns run record to 20-2; top seed at SPVA tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With just a week and a half of regular season volleyball left, Chase County Coach Jodie Schuller remains steadfast in her one-match-at-a-time approach to the game. Earlier this week, while some wanted to discuss the v...
  • Cross country teams second in SPVA

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Longhorn cross county teams both finished in second place at last week’s SPVA conference meet held at Grant’s Pheasant Run Golf Course. Bridgeport came out on top of both the girls’ and boys’ scores but ...
  • Softball season ends after district games

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s high school softball season came to an end last Thursday after back-to-back losses at the district tournament. Top-seeded Cozad, 24-8, breezed through the C6 tournament easily beating Ord, Chadron and...
  • Longhorns upset by Chadron 13-19

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s outlook for postseason play took a wrong turn Friday night when the then 1-5 Chadron Cardinals came into town and upset the Longhorns 19-13. While any loss for the undefeated Longhorns would have b...
  • Students of Month at CCS

    The Students of the Month for September at Chase County Schools are Kristina Pflum and Indy Smith. The two will attend an Imperial Rotary Club luncheon. Pflum, 17, is the daughter of Bob Pflum and Julie Pflum, both of Imperial. She is on the honor roll an...
  • Fourth graders learn fire prevention from IVFD

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican There no longer is a Junior Fire Patrol in Imperial, but fourth grade students are still receiving information regarding fire prevention. Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) member Brad Dillan brought a five-day...
  • School children to get pinkies painted purple to help finally eradicate polio

    Rotary is “this close” to eradicating polio throughout the world and local residents can help. Next Friday, Oct. 23, the Rotary Club will hold a “Purple Pinkie Day” in recognition of World Polio Day on Oct. 24.  Send a dollar bill to school with...
  • Weather doesn’t dampen spirits at Color Run

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze With temperatures hovering around 50 degrees Saturday morning, runners and walkers joined together to support the Nebraska Kids TRUTH Campaign with its Color Me Courageous Run in Imperial. Nebraska Kids TRUTH Campaign co-f...
  • Harchelroad Motors moves into new dealership

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With the opening of Harchelroad’s new GM dealership on East Hwy. 6 Monday, Sid Harchelroad can finally put Oct. 19, 2009 behind him. That’s when their dealership at the south end of Broadway burned to the groun...
  • More than 400 death penalty petitions gathered in county

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A total of 419 signatures on the Nebraskans for the Death Penalty petition were collected in Chase County over the summer. According to the Chase County Clerk’s office, 451 signatures were collected, but 32 were rej...
  • Ordinance would penalize pet owners for ‘deposits’ left on public, private property

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial has a city code that states animal waste should be disposed of properly. However, there is no penalty for not abiding by it. That may change after the city council’s Oct. 19 meeting when an ordinance establ...
  • New integrated management plan being developed

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Water management in the Republican River Basin looks a whole lot better today than it did in 2009. Natural resources districts (NRDs) in the Republican Basin are preparing to revise their integrated management plan...
  • Dr. Craig 2015 Caring Kind honoree

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) staff has chosen Dr. James Craig as the 2015 Caring Kind Award winner. He will be honored during a luncheon in LaVista Oct. 23, in conjunction with the Nebraska Hospital Asso...
  • FFA team takes range judging championship

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Advisor Jeremy Vlasin ranks 2015 as likely the most successful year the Imperial FFA has ever had in state range judging competition. The FFA’s showing at the State Range Judging Contest last week in Scottsbluff is ...
  • Lamar man catches scam on Social Security payments

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican About two weeks ago, Stan Cross of Lamar received a letter from the Social Security Administration (SSA). It was a legitimate SSA letter, but as he read it closer, he became concerned. It was confirming his request to...
  • Event draws 40 to urge respect for life

    Forty people of all ages, representing several area churches, spent an hour along Imperial’s main street Sunday afternoon in silent witness and prayer urging respect for life, especially regarding the unborn. Among the participants, at right, were Delan...
  • Fall fashion show coming to winery

    Patrons will be able to enjoy a beverage and a fashion show at Broken Arrow Cellars winery in Imperial Saturday night. The First Annual Fall Fashion Show, coordinated by Erica Sorensen, will feature fashions by 509 Broadway. Models will have their hair st...
  • Art teacher receives ESU award

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A board of judges for the Nebraska Art Teacher’s Association (NATA) has given Chase County Schools (CCS) elementary art teacher Lindsey Tomaso the ESU West Region 2015 Teacher Award. The NATA Western Region covers E...

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