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  • Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) evolving

    Dan Steinkruger, State Director for USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) has announced that the 2012 general signup resulted in 104,298 acres enrolled into the 10-year CRP starting on Oct. 1, 2012. Steinkruger stated “we are excited to enroll or re-enrol...
  • Bishop promoted to state range position

    Nadine L. Bishop, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) District Conservationist for the Upper Republican Natural Resources District, will be moving on to greener pastures as of Monday, June 18. Bishop recently accepted a new position as the N...
  • Wheat harvest making progress

    This year’s wheat harvest in the Imperial area is really starting to gear up. Estimates by a spokesman at Frenchman Valley Coop put this year’s harvest at about 25 percent complete as of Tuesday. A drive around the area Tuesday showed that a great de...
  • Harvest accident leads to fire at Maris homestead south of Wauneta on Monday

    By Sheri HinkThe Wauneta Breeze The Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department headed south Monday evening to battle a fire on the south divide. The Maris homestead owned by Jeff and Laurie Maris caught fire when a combine struck a power line to the house, reports...
  • Book ideas continue springing from author’s fertile imagination

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Reality and fiction have a way of blending together when author Patricia Bremmer of rural Venango and her literary sleuth, Detective Glen Karst, get together. The duo fielded questions from an audience of 12 last Thur...
  • Investing in our communities a key to success

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Just recently, Imperial’s economic development director, Leslie Carlholm, got to tour communities in central and western Nebraska as part of the Leadership Nebraska program. She got to see what’s...
  • Monday was just too hot to handle

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican If your car’s steering wheel was too hot to handle Monday, or your dog refused to go out, or your dryland corn gave up the fight, you weren’t imagining things. Monday’s 107 degrees set a record high temperature ...
  • Former Imperial resident turns weight loss experience into book

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Following a heart attack, a hypo-thyroid and a torn rotator cuff, former Imperial resident Joe Weir found himself at an all time record 262.4 pounds this past February. His body hurt and he couldn’t bend over to pic...
  • Local VFW Post honored

    The Andrew Kinder VFW Post 4688 of Imperial was honored as one of only 11 posts in the state named as an All-State Team Post.     The honor was announced during their state convention June 7-10 in Omaha. The award is based on the Post’s completion of...
  • The Lamar Store

    ■ Editor’s note: Leading up to Lamar’s 125th birthday celebration July 15, The Imperial Republican will run a story each week on the community’s history. By Carolyn Wallin Some stories about Lamar, Nebraska are arriving almost daily. As I have bee...
  • CCS graduates play one last game under Schuller’s coaching

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools volleyball coach Jodie Schuller and players Shayla Dinnel and Chantal Heathers were on the losing end of the Sertoma All-Star Classic Volleyball game in McCook June 16. But, the three and the re...
  • Chase County Hospital Foundation hosting annual golf benefit Saturday

    The Chase County Hospital Foundation is in the final stages of preparation for the fifth annual Slice Fore Life Golf Benefit to be held on June 23rd at the Enders Lake Golf Course. Proceeds generated by this annual event go to support programs at Chase Co...
  • UNL Golf Management Program getting international attention

    The American golf industry has struggled in recent years, in part because of the down economy, so the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s PGA Golf Management Program is redoubling its student recruitment efforts and has a tee planted in an expanding market...
  • Juniors winless at Sidney baseball tournament

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion baseball team came away from the Sidney tournament Saturday and Sunday without a win. The juniors fell in four games, losing twice to Hershland (Hershey-Sutherland) and once to Ogallala a...
  • Senior softball girls split first two games

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s senior girls softball team opened their season with a split in their first two games. In their first game, Thursday, June 7 at Benkelman, the seniors came up just short, 6-7. Cheyanne Kuhlmann took th...
  • Spickelmier, Wood, Doetker headed for state rodeo finals

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Ty Spickelmier and Kelsey Wood of Imperial and Jordyn Doetker of Wauneta will compete this week in the state finals of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association. Action will begin today (Thursday) at the Adams Coun...
  • Car Nutz drive to Champion

    The Car Nutz LLC members showed off eight classic vehicles at the Chase County Museum in Champion last Sunday. Member Glen Yoder said there was “a little bit of everything” in the show. The Museum features a different exhibit each Sunday of the summer...
  • Spickelmier wins final go round at college rodeo

    Chadron State College senior Miles Spickelmier of Imperial didn’t make the finals of the steer wrestling at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., last weekend, but he definitely ended his collegiate rodeo career on a high note. He won the t...
  • Computer-based GED testing launched in state

    Adults taking the GED test in Lincoln, Hastings and Norfolk will have a new option beginning June 25 – GED testing on computers. The remaining 28 Nebraska testing centers will offer computerized GED testing no later than January. Southeast Community Col...
  • Museum to feature Artistic Woodworking

    One of Chase County’s local businesses, which purchases and sells into several countries, will be on display at the Chase County Museum this Sunday. Jim and Sue Sorge have had a managing and ownership role in Artistic Woodworking since 1988. The company...

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