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  • Fireworks show has come a long ways

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher After the 2002 Imperial fireworks show, people wanted to see the show grow. Unlike many other communities, the city funded the annual fireworks show. In 2002, the city boosted their contribution to $...
  • Small businesses should be prepared for ICE investigations

    U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has begun notifying 1,000 businesses nationwide it wants to review their I-9 forms and other documents to make sure they are hiring only people authorized to work in the United States. The Form I-9 is used by empl...
  • Take care of hail-damaged trees

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican When ping-pong sized hail pounded Chase County June 19, a lot of leaves littered the streets. City crews spent several days sweeping up the resulting mush. Then it was time to take a good look into those trees, as wel...
  • Fair’s photo contest sees some changes this year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican One of the popular events at the Chase County Fair each year is the open photo contest. Plans are to have the contest again this year, with sponsorships from four local businesses, but it comes with a few changes, sai...
  • Deer permits available online July 11

    The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will begin selling deer permits on July 11 at 1 p.m. CT. Permits can be purchased online at OutdoorNebraska.org or at Nebraska Game and Parks Commission offices. Richard Nelson, District Wildlife Manager, advises tha...
  • Imperial senior girls win end-of-season tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s senior softball team won Sunday’s end-of-season tournament in the Tri-County South Summer Softball League. It was a nice win for the team, as Imperial served as host for this year’s tourney played a...
  • Goodbye Big 12, hello Big Ten

    ■ Editor’s note: To commemorate the Huskers’ move to its new home in the Big Ten, the Big Ten Network will be filled with three days of Nebraska programming. Coverage kicks off at 10 a.m. MT tomorrow (Friday) with “Big Ten Welcomes Nebraska,” an...
  • Young players brush up on volleyball basics

    About 25 young girls who’ll be in grades 3-8 this fall attended a three-day volleyball camp this week at Chase County Schools. High School Coach Jodie Schuller coordinated the fundamentals camp that worked with 15 girls in grades 6-8 and a younger grade...
  • Frasier wins state barrel title

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Shelby Frasier capped off her high school rodeo career last week by winning the state title in the barrels at the state finals held in Hastings. She will take her title into the national finals at Gillette, Wyo., J...
  • Imperial swimmers top four other teams at Benkelman meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican By a 35-point margin, Imperial’s swim team took first at Saturday meet in Benkelman. Co-Coach Karra Meeske said it was a great morning for the Imperial team to win the championship. Scoring was Imperial 404, Benkelm...
  • Juniors win Benkelman tournament

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion captured the championship at the Benkelman tournament last weekend, defeating Grant and the McCook B’s. With the two wins, the juniors avenge losses earlier in the season to those two t...
  • Adams Bank & Trust team wins hospital foundation golf benefit

    Adams Bank & Trust fielded the winning team at the 4th Annual Chase County Hospital Foundation Slice Fore Life Golf Benefit on Saturday, June 25 at the Enders Lake Golf Course. The team of John and Angie Paisley and Kirk and Mary Wilson finished the ...
  • Dreiling wins state award

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nine-year old Dylan Dreiling of Imperial won second place statewide in a VFW Americanism coloring contest recently. Dreiling competed against 83 local entries and over 200 statewide entries to win the “A Happy and P...
  • Blood drive hoping for 96 donors July 14

    Help spark the American Red Cross blood supply this summer The Independence Day holiday will surely ignite many spectacular fireworks extravaganzas and the American Red Cross is also counting on a spark of donors to boost the blood supply. All blood type...
  • Registration due next week for food, fitness camp

    By Kimberly CookExtension EducatorUNL Extension SW4 Counties Calling all eight to 10 year olds! We want you to attend the Food & Fitness Day Camp on July 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Trenton at the TCDC Building. Participants will explore the wor...
  • Storms bring major damage to homes, crops, trees, gardens

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Fathers Day is a time for families to be together. That was the case on this year’s holiday Sunday, but many Imperial and rural Chase County families gathered together in basements because they were waiting out se...
  • Majority in town are following Imperial’s nuisance ordinances

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican While a group of citizens at last week’s council meeting questioned city officials about alleged nuisances on their properties, records show the vast majority of property owners receiving courtesy letters pointing o...
  • Special election lottery ballots going out Friday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial city residents who are registered voters should watch their mailboxes later this week for the special lottery election ballot. County Clerk/Election Commissioner Debbie Clark said the ballots will be postmark...
  • Youths’ nuts and bolts science invention takes national honor

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican What started out as discarded junk turned into a $3,000 check for two Imperial youths. Jared Knobbe and Steven Fish partnered to create a “Nuts and Bolts Chair” that received the Nucor Future Engineers Champion ...
  • Rain causes slide on east side of Enders Dam

    More than six inches of rain fell between Sunday night and Tuesday morning near Enders Dam, south of Enders. As a result, about 50 feet of the embankment slid away from the northbound lane of Highway 61 near the north end of the dam. This photo was shot...

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