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  • More than 60 families receive The Gift

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Now in its third year, The Gift was able to make Christmas brighter for over 60 Imperial families. The Gift is a project supported by all nine Imperial churches. Anonymous families are adopted by individuals, churches...
  • Cutting-edge wheat research center gets early preview

    By Tim LinscottThe Grant Tribune Sentinel It was a very special day for Marvin Stumpf of rural Grant. Stumpf was the guest of honor at the dedication of the Henry J. Stumpf International Wheat Center, located just a half mile east of Grant, on Dec. 18, ...
  • A child’s dream, an adult’s pleasure

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Stepping into B-B Rocking’s showroom in Imperial especially at Christmas, is likely to make a child dizzy. It’s also likely to make an adult salivate. You are surrounded by rocking horses, rocking dogs and a speci...
  • Winners of Christmas lighting contest selected

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Judges selected winners of this year’s Imperial Chamber of Commerce lighting contest Sunday evening. Winners were chosen in three categories: judges’ choice, religious and best-lit tree. This year’s winners ...
  • TeamMates raffling off sports novelties

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Schools (CCS) chapter of TeamMates will be very visible the next two months, promoting the program and raising money to support it. TeamMates is an organization formed by former University of Nebraska...
  • Worth full partner at veterinary clinic

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Dr. Troy Worth became a partner with Dr. Dave Johnsen at Veterinary Services of Imperial Nov. 24. He was hired as an associate June 1, 2010, joining Johnsen and the now-retired Dr. Lex Thompson at the veterinary clini...
  • Longtime dental hygienist says good-bye

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican An open house will be held at Prairie Dental Center Dec. 30 for Sue Johnson, who is retiring after 37 years of service. Johnson, of Elsie, has worked one day a week for Dr. Rachell Richman since 2003. Before that she ...
  • The best example of Christmas love

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Imagine the faith, patience and love Mary must have had more than 2,000 years ago. I often wonder if I had been in her place, how I would have responded to the Angel Gabriel’s message, informing her t...
  • The circle of life

    What a delight it’s been to hear exciting news of so many young couples in our area who are expecting babies or already have a new little bundle.I think back 11 years when our precious tiny grandson played the role as Baby Jesus in the manger during the...
  • Hughes to resign from Nebraska Wheat Board

    Dan Hughes of Vanango, the District 4 representative for the Nebraska Wheat Board (NWB), has announced his resignation from NWB to be effective Dec. 31. Hughes was elected to the Nebraska Unicameral as state senator for District 44. Hughes was appointed ...
  • Gas prices fall another eight cents

    Average retail gasoline prices in Nebraska have fallen 8.3 cents per gallon last week, averaging $2.42/g Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 1,150 gas outlets in Nebraska. This compares with the national average that has fallen 10.8 cents p...
  • High school choir and show choir perform

    The Chase County High School choir and show choir each performed during the 7-12 Christmas vocal concert held Monday, Dec. 12. During the choir’s performance, three individuals had solos including Colton Burpo, Emma Mollendor and Emma Bauerle. Bauerle...
  • Longhorns go into break with win over Yuma

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns take a 4-1 record into the Christmas break after defeating Yuma, Colo., 66-39 last Thursday. The ’Horns get some time off with the mandated five-day practice moratorium Dec. 24 through ...
  • Chase County takes six to McCook wrestling 9-10 invite

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County ninth and tenth grade wrestlers made the trip to McCook last Thursday. Head Coach Matt Vlasin said it was a chance for his young wrestlers to get some quality mat time. The format of the tournament was a ...
  • Senior boys take trenchball title

    The trenchball tradition continued this year with another December tournament held the last day of classes at Chase County Schools before the Christmas break. It was again a lively afternoon of competition last Friday, and the senior boys, above, emerged ...
  • Varsity girls take 3-3 record into holiday break

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Taking a 3-3 record into the Christmas break is an improvement for the Lady Longhorns over last year’s 0-5 start before the holidays. However, Chase County Coach Mark Bottom said, even after adding their third win...
  • High school bowling teams compete in three meets

    The high school bowling teams first meet in Imperial on Dec. 6th. Both matches were against Ogallala. Boys won both matches 19-0 and 17-2. Girls lost both matches 2-17 and 1.5-17.5. The Dec. 13th meet was in Kearney. Boys won both matches again, beating S...
  • Humane Society gains donation

    Chi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met in December for their regular meeting and chose to donate various items and monetary gifts to the McCook Humane Society. Chi Chapter’s membership is made up of current and former teachers in southwest Nebraska.  Mem...
  • Synergy Appreciation Open House

    A client appreciation open house for Synergy Total Fitness drew a large crowd last Friday. The gym, for women only, is owned by Sheila Stromberger, Lana Stromberger, Stephanie Stromberger and Jordan Ostermiller. It will celebrate its first year of busines...
  • Junior high singers share holiday music

    Members of the junior high choir and show choir performed a number of holiday songs during their Christmas concert held at the school Monday, Dec. 15. It marked the final school concert of the Christmas season. During the concert, Director Randy Hayes rec...

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