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  • Two bad innings derail Junior Legion hopes

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Two bad innings, one in the opener and one in the elimination game, derailed the Imperial Junior Legion in the C7 area tournament held here last weekend. In the opener Friday night, Imperial held a 3-1 lead over ...
  • Local athletes ‘tri’ing to be healthy

    Several Imperial teams in Holyoke competition Triathlon athletes were greeted with sunny conditions Saturday morning, July 14 as they began the 8th annual Amateur Triathlon in Holyoke, Colo. The Melissa Memorial Hospital Foundation Amateur Triathlon drew...
  • Senior Legion team set to play in C7 Area tourney

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Senior Legion baseball team is set to compete in the C7 area tournament this weekend in Overton. The seniors will face Oshkosh in the opening round Friday afternoon. The seniors have limited experienc...
  • Fair Run registrations now being taken

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Organizers are gearing up for the 34th annual Chase County Fair Run set for Saturday morning, Aug. 18. Registration forms are now available. All runners from last year’s event should have been emailed a form, or the...
  • Imperial takes runner-up spot in Pee Wee league tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial finished a place higher than they were seeded last week in the 2012 Pee Wee baseball tournament held in Grant. Heading into the tournament at the No. 3 seed, Imperial had a chance at the title, after upsettin...
  • Barnes pleads no contest to misdemeanor motor vehicle homicide in Crete

    By Sheri HinkThe Wauneta Breeze Cody Barnes of Elwood pled no contest to motor vehicle homicide in the fatal accident involving Cody Fanning of Wauneta. Fanning died after falling from the back of Barnes’ pickup near their college in Crete April 25. Ba...
  • Struckmeyer grateful for support

    By Chris LeeThe Holyoke Enterprise “If you’re going to take me, take me now,” Wages, Colo., firefighter Jennifer Struckmeyer recalls saying as flames swept over her earlier this year in Yuma County. Struckmeyer was one of three firefighters injured ...
  • EMS receives state award

    The Imperial Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was named the Nebraska EMS Provider of the Year at the Nebraska Statewide EMS Conference in Kearney last weekend. The EMS was nominated on its public relations strength and how it assists the community, Presid...
  • Blue & Gold banquet recognizes scouts

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Cub Scouts from Pack 199 of Imperial received awards and moved up during the Blue and Gold Banquet held Sunday at the Imperial United Methodist Church. The event recognizes the scouts for their awards and badges earne...
  • Water helped at hot, hot Fun Day

    Water was everywhere and that was a good thing for the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department’s Helen Fanning Memorial Family Fun Day July 4. With temperatures surpassing 100 degrees, water felt good, even if it was in the face as Tanner Roenfeldt and Ash...
  • Lamar gearing up for 125th celebration this Sunday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A big celebration is in the wings for this Sunday, July 15, in Lamar. The community will cele­brate its 125th anniversary, or quasquicentennial, with a potluck meal, program and displays beginning at 5 p.m. at the ...
  • Trial prep is underway for Kansas-Nebraska water suit

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican When Kansas and Nebraska go back to trial Monday, Aug. 13, in Portland, Maine, on water disputes between the two states, witnesses could be in for the long haul. During last week’s Upper Republican Natural Resour...
  • Curly Olney’s, Inc., acquired by Titan Machinery

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Tuesday, July 2, marked the first day of operation for Titan Machinery in Imperial. Titan Machinery (NASDAQ: TITN) purchased the Curly Olney’s, Inc., Case IH stores in both Imperial and McCook, and the stores w...
  • Curb addresses to aid emergency responders

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican At times, when emergency responders head for an Imperial address with aid, there are no numbers on the house or it is too dark to see. In a couple of situations, that has caused temporary problems in locating the peop...
  • Hospital seeking patient input

    In the coming weeks, residents who have been patients at Chase County Community Hospital (CCCH) will be contacted to gain information about their experience with the local healthcare system.   CCCH is partnering with a national research corporation, NRC ...
  • Olan Wallin celebrates 100 years of a full life

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican One hundred years ago this Saturday, Olan Wallin was born in Phillips County, Colo. to Carl and Mae Wallin. With two brothers and two sisters, the family lived on the farm Wallin’s grandparents homesteaded. The land...
  • Volunteers wanted for Imperial cleanup

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The city of Imperial is again sponsoring a “Take Pride in Imperial” event this August, during which volunteers do odd jobs to clean up the town. Mayor Dwight Coleman, who initiated the event last summer, wants to ...
  • Hospital’s ‘CHEWs It or Lose It’ Triathlon Challenge features business competition

    In an effort to promote a healthy lifestyle in our communities, the Chase Count Community Hospital CHEWs (Chase Healthcare Employees Wellness) program is hosting the second annual “CHEWs It or Lose It Triathlon Challenge.” The amateur triathlon consi...
  • Hall Capital Partners makes capital investment in ALLO Communications

    Hall Capital Partners (HCP), a family-based private capital company, and the Dobson Partnership, the family partnership of former Dobson Communications Chairman and CEO, Everett Dobson, recently made a multi-million dollar investment for a minority intere...
  • Openings available for Ag Safety Day

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Progressive Agriculture Safety Day is just around the corner. The event, open to youths ages 6-14 years as of July 1, is scheduled for July 21 at the Chase County Fairgrounds in Imperial. As of Tuesda...

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