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  • Firm to conduct study of school building’s HV/AC system, lighting

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A feasibility study on Chase County Schools’ heating and cooling systems, as well as possibly lighting upgrades, will be conducted by an Omaha firm. Specifically targeted in the study, based on board discussion last...
  • Coop making updates in Enders

    The Frenchman Valley Coop facility in Enders will see some updates in the coming months, according to grain manager Ryan Schultz. The old office north of the pads is being torn down by Koellner Enterprises, with plans for construction of a 12 x 16-foot pr...
  • Imperial Little League boys’ team competes in area tournaments

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A group of Little League boys’ baseball players, representing all five teams in the 2011 Imperial league, extended their season by participating in two area tournaments. On July 9, Imperial’s team took part in the...
  • Students return from leadership camps

    Three upcoming seniors at Chase County Schools recently returned from leadership camps, bringing with them new knowledge and friends. Taylor Gellerman, 17, attended Cornhusker Boys State in Lincoln June 6-11. He replaced Steven Fish, who was attending a N...
  • 104 units collected at Imperial Bloodmobile last Thursday

    Imperial’s July 14 Bloodmobile at the Zion Lutheran Church resulted in 104 units of blood collected for the Red Cross Midplains Region Blood Services. That was 18 over the unit goal of 86. Coordinator Karen Hayes said the turnout was phenomenal with mor...
  • ‘Christmas in July’ coming Sunday at county museum

    Plan to spend a “cool” afternoon at the museum viewing some of the 150 nativity sets in Janet Sheaffer’s collection. Sheaffer had one nativity set when she was in grade school, and started collecting when she started teaching. She has received many...
  • Juniors just two wins from state tournamentJuniors just two wins from state tournament

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion team needs just two wins over Overton to qualify for the state tournament. The juniors worked their way back to the championship bracket of the C7 district after eliminating Hershland Tu...
  • Unfortunately, sportsmanship guidelines seem necessary

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Since the start of last school year, administrators at Chase County Schools have been discussing how to address sportsmanship.While athletes and coaches have always been subject to more direct consequen...
  • A rainy teeter-totter experience

    Hopefully, two of Imperial’s newest residents, Adelaide and Cedric Maxwell, aren’t getting discouraged by all the rain their new home is getting these days. The two, above, were finding their feet in puddles as they enjoyed the teeter-totter at Schr...
  • Postal Service considering closing, consolidation of Enders Post Office

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It certainly wasn’t news customers of the Enders Post Office wanted to hear. That’s the news that the small post office on Highway 6 between Imperial and Wauneta is being studied “for possible closing or conso...
  • Imperial voters approve lottery in Tuesday vote

    Measure adding keno passes by 65/35 percent margin By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial voters by an overwhelming margin approved the operation of a lottery in Imperial. In a mail election vote, Tuesday’s tally showed that 313 Imperial resid...
  • Wheat harvest at a standstill

    Wet, humid conditions responsible for halt By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican To say this year’s wheat harvest is at a standstill would be an understatement. In fact, it would almost be a stretch to say harvest has started. It’s mid-July and co...
  • Wauneta nursing home owners announce plans to close doors

    VHS: Services to discontinue at Heritage of Wauneta By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze Vetter Health Services (VHS), owners of Heritage of Wauneta, announced its intentions of closing the Wauneta nursing home facility after a special meeting with Heritage...
  • NRD adds another 248 acres to irrigation retirement program

    NRCS gets additional funds to add the tract By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) enrolled another 248 acres into its retirement program, thanks to additional funding received in Nebraska by the N...
  • Theatre bags ‘Harry Potter’ on its opening weekend

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Like a lot of major movie theatres this weekend, the Imperial Theatre will be among those showing the eighth and final “Harry Potter” movie when it opens nationwide Friday night. It’s usually quite rare for thea...
  • Walk-ins encouraged at Thursday’s Bloodmobile

    Local blood donors have the opportunity to help out the Red Cross’ need for blood supplies by contributing at the Bloodmobile in Imperial today (Thursday).The Bloodmobile will be set up at the Imperial Zion Lutheran Church from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Coordina...
  • Some business up in town thanks to storms

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Every cloud has a silver lining. People in the Imperial area who experienced damage to houses, farms and crops may not think so at this point. However, trade has picked up for a number of businesses, because of the nu...
  • Fireworks fund within $725 of its $5,000 goal

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s fireworks fund remains $725 short of the $5,000 goal set for this year’s show. Donations contributed by individuals are combined with the $3,000 support from the City of Imperial to put on the annual...
  • School board hires group of coaches

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Eight coaches, all but one serving as assistants, were hired by the school board at its monthly meeting Tuesday. The hirings took just a few minutes during a three and a half hour meeting, which was followed by a clos...
  • Recent storms close M&M’s Natural JAZ for few weeks

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The combination of a hail storm and a wind storm was too much for M&M’s Natural JAZ. The roof leaked, causing water damage throughout the popular coffee, lunch and health food store on Broadway Street. Owner Mar...

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