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  • A camper, a road trip of 22,000 miles, and memories

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican This year Logan and Brianna Pribbeno celebrated the Fourth of July at Enders Reservoir. It was a lot different than their Fourth last year. The couple returned this spring from a 15-month trip through Central and So...
  • Things gearing up for Wauneta’s Harvest Festival

    By Sheri HinkThe Wauneta Breeze Wauneta’s Harvest Fest is just two weeks away and the planning committee is busy putting the final touches on the schedule and activities during the four-day celebration. Things will kick-off on Thursday, July 26, with a ...
  • Hospital Foundation photo contest now accepting entries

    The Chase County Hospital Foundation, in cooperation with Chase County Community Hospital, is sponsoring the fourth annual “Images of Nebraska” Photo Contest. According to Randy Vlasin, Executive Director of the Chase County Hospital Foundation, “W...
  • Fallen Marine laid to rest in York

    By Melanie WilkinsonYork News-Times■ Editor’s note: Marine Hunter Hogan is the great nephew of Roger Moline and his late wife, Jean. This article appeared in the York News-Times and is reprinted with permission. He wanted to be a rodeo cowboy. He want...
  • Area’s dryland corn needs rain—BADLY!

    Heat, no moisture putting crop in peril By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Hot! Hot! Hot! And dry! Those conditions spell disaster for this year’s dryland corn crop if it doesn’t get rain, and soon. Dryland corn has become a key rotation cro...
  • School superintendent already enjoying Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican New Chase County Schools Superintendent Dr. Bradley Schoeppey was already on the job last week, although he didn’t officially start until this past Sunday. He’s been reviewing the school’s budget, as that’s ...
  • No ban on fireworks after split council vote

    Those concerned hope awareness heightened about fire potential By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Cracking and whizzing sounds of fireworks have been a daily thing the past 10 days, as local residents celebrated July 4. Today (Thursday) marks the fi...
  • Continued dry conditions triggering fire after fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With just negligible rain over the weekend, dry conditions in the Imperial area have not improved. You don’t have to tell that to the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department, as eight calls took them out the past week, w...
  • Cross-country bikers raise funds for cancer patients

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial was one of the communities hosting a group of young adults bicycling across the U.S. raising funds to fight cancer. Twenty-seven riders, traveling from Baltimore to Portland, took a break Saturday afternoon...
  • Hospital District board adopts dissolution resolution—now on to commissioners

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Hospital District board members adopted a resolution June 25 to dissolve the district. The resolution has been turned over to the Chase County Commissioners, who will accept it at their meeting July 10. C...
  • Fireworks added to fair truck show this year

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican This week won’t be the only time a fireworks show will light the sky in Imperial. Fireworks have been added to the entertainment at the Chase County Fair Truck Show this year. Organizer Tinker Raasch said Taz Firewo...
  • Ice cream social at museum on Sunday

    With all the hot weather the past several weeks, Sunday’s offering at the Chase County Museum in Champion will be a welcome thing.The Champion Women’s Club will be hosting an ice cream social from 1 to 4 p.m. During the afternoon, music will be provid...
  • Hot diggety dogs!

    The Imperial Chamber of Commerce is honoring customers with a Hot Dog Day next Thursday, July 12. Hot dogs, chips and water will be served at Adams Bank & Trust, The Imperial Republican and Owens True Value Hardware between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Hot Dog ...
  • Campfires, fireworks banned at Enders, Champion, Rock Creek parks

    Nebraska Game & Parks has issued a ban against all campfires at Enders, Champion Mill and Rock Creek State Recreation areas until further notice. Beau Licking, superintendent at the area parks, said the campfires pose too big of a threat with the cur...
  • These days, water a popular place to find relief

    Luckily for residents of the Imperial area, there are both a nice lake and new swimming pool available in these days of intense summer heat. Temperatures have been setting records since early June and there doesn’t seem to be much relief coming, at leas...
  • Cattle stolen from Teply

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the theft of cattle belonging to Marvin Teply. Sheriff Kevin Mueller said the investigation is “kind of dead in the water,” with no suspects and no leads at...
  • Fence a safety measure at Schroeder Park

    A new six-foot fence surrounding the drainage pond west of the Schroeder Park ball fields was completed late last month largely as a safety effort. The city council allotted up to $12,500 for the installation after city crews dug out truckloads of dirt an...
  • Pinnacle Bank named top performer in magazine ranking

    ICBA Independent Banker®, the award-winning magazine of the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) and the nation’s number one source for community banking news, recognized Pinnacle Bank as an outstanding “ICBA 400” community bank performe...
  • Triple digit temperatures mean watching cattle for heat stress

    With temperatures hitting the triple digits, cattle producers need to take steps to ward off heat stress in their herds, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln beef specialist said. Cattle can begin to experience some level of heat stress when the heat index a...
  • Sen. Johanns continues push for transparency on EPA surveillance

    U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) vowed to continue pressing for information on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) use of aerial surveillance of agricultural operations after his amendment to the farm bill stopping this program received the suppo...

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