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  • Interest surfaces in Cornerstone Development property

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A special city council meeting March 21 was called to discuss incentives and negotiations concerning commercial interest in the city-owned Cornerstone Development property, east of Schroeder Park. Part of the meeting ...
  • More work to be done at Champion Lake

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Weather permitting, work will continue at Champion Lake shortly. That’s according to BSB Construction President Norma Lashley, the contractor for the project to repair flood damage to the area tourist attraction. ...
  • FFA chapter heads to state competition next week

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican When the Imperial FFA chapter heads to Lincoln for the state convention April 6-8, members will be competing for a number of important positions. Senior Charlie Haarberg and junior Jared Knobbe are each finalists in t...
  • New, improved Chamber website

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial Chamber of Commerce has just completed  a revision of its website. Chamber President Kris Musick says it’s “easy to navigate, user friendly and looks very nice.” Todd Burge of Imperial completed th...
  • Homebuyer education workshop scheduled for April 16 in McCook

    McCook Economic Development Corporation will hold its next homebuyer education workshop on Saturday April 16. Class will be held at Keystone Business Center at 402 Norris Avenue, in the 3rd floor training room. Class coordinator is Mary Kircher, Housing ...
  • Country House to provide lunch at Auction Market

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican As of April 8 Country House of Champion will add Country House Restaurant of Imperial Auction Market to its schedule. Owners Dena and Ron Taylor will be serving lunch every Friday at the auction company. Dena Taylor s...
  • First Insight under new ownership

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel “Just switching seats” is how Drs. Eric and Tori Gengenbach of Grant refer to their acquisition of First Insight Eyecare LLC from Dr. Tim Meyer—who they emphasize is NOT retiring. The Gengenbachs took ownership ...
  • Broadband forum scheduled in southwest region next week

    “Broadband can be a powerful tool in advancing Nebraska’s urban and rural economy. Increased adoption of broadband will maintain an educated workforce, create new opportunities for existing business, and assist in attracting new employment opportuniti...
  • Burpos to speak in Holyoke about book

    The First United Methodist Church in Holyoke, Colo., will host an evening with Todd Burpo and family when they will discuss their book, “Heaven is for Real.” The program will be held at the Holyoke High School auditorium on Sunday, April 3, at 6:30 p....
  • Housing the next crucial challenge for Imperial

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Imperial got great news when the 2010 census figures were released, showing the community reversed the trend of decline with an increase in population. Unlike many rural communities, Imperial has exp...
  • Playtime fun turns into chores, responsibilities

    Isn’t the concept of toys created for children’s playtime interesting? Look at the kitchen set, the ironing board with iron, the washer and dryer for instance. Obviously “play” time is intended for fun. As an adult, I’m grateful for a washer and...
  • Christensen working to get pair of bills on consent calendar

    Telephone conference report on Tuesday, March 29 By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze Sen. Mark Christensen is among the many other Nebraska state senators hustling to get bills out of committee this week ahead of Friday’s consent calendar deadline, as se...
  • Twenty teams competing in Imperial soccer this season

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was a toss-up whether Monday night’s first Imperial soccer match of the season would be held. But, despite mid 30-degree temperatures, Imperial’s U19 team kicked off the 2011 soccer season and did so with a 6...
  • Bank donates to Booster Club

    The Longhorn Booster Club has $450 more in its treasury, thanks to a donation from Imperial’s Pinnacle Bank, rewarding Longhorn athletes for the three-point basketball shots made during the 2010-11 seasons. This year, the girls tallied 27 three-pointers...
  • Trapshooting league to organize next week

    The Plainsman Rifle and Pistol Club will be having an information meeting at the Country House in Champion on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 6 p.m. This meeting is for anyone interested in shooting trap. New or old shooters, men, women and youth are invited. M...
  • Weather uncooperative for opening track meet

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Forecasts were bad enough that last Saturday’s season opening track meet at Cambridge was cancelled by noon on Friday. And, it wouldn’t have been the best day for a track meet Saturday, as predicted, with cold tem...
  • Longhorn golfers set to open season Tuesday

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Coach Larry Munger’s Longhorn golfers will open the season Tuesday in a pair of meets. The varsity players will travel to Bayard for their invitational while the jayvee golfers will compete at the Dundy County-St...
  • 4-H Carnival deemed huge success

    By Kimberly CookExtension EducatorUNL Extension SW4 Counties It was a packed house for the 4-H Carnival held Friday night at the fairgrounds 4-H Exhibit Hall in Imperial. Family members of all ages gathered to take part in the family fun event. 4-H clubs...
  • Celtic guitarist takes stage in Wauneta April 10

    Celtic fingerstyle guitarist and storyteller Jerry Barlow will make an appearance in Wauneta, performing at the Chateau Theatre on Sunday, April 10. The event is sponsored by the Wauneta Chamber of Commerce as a fundraiser for the Chateau Theatre. The per...
  • 9th St. Singers leading in KNOP-TV ‘Swing Off’

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools’ 9th St. Singers held an 88-vote lead Wednesday morning in KNOP-TV’s Swing Off contest. Deadline for the internet-voting contest was at 3 p.m. MT on Wednesday this week. The competition is spo...

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