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  • Slick roads blamed for accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Slick roads that seemed patchy were blamed for an early Sunday morning accident west of Imperial. Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Dukes said their office received the call at 6:40 a.m., and he responded to the scene about two...
  • Game & Parks voting this Friday on Champion Mill, Lake transfer

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican During a regular meeting Friday, the Nebraska Game and Parks (NGPC) Commissioners will consider transferring ownership of two Game and Parks properties, one of which is Champion Mill State Historical Park and State ...
  • Pair of student teachers ‘learning the ropes’ at CCS

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican One thing two student teachers at Chase County Schools have learned so far is that they are going to love being educators. Levi Wooden, a 2003 Chase County High School graduate, and Anne Massie of Grant are at the s...
  • Nuisance abatement decisions, action back on city council agenda this week

    Council, mayor told compliance has dropped By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Nuisance issues took up the majority of time at Monday’s nearly two-and-a-half-hour long city council meeting. Karl Elmshauser of West Central Nebraska Development Distr...
  • Feb. 13 hearing set for proposed NRD rule changes

    Board puts final touches on pooling rules By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Irrigators will get their chance to comment on proposed changes to the Upper Republican Natural Resources District rules and regulations at a public hearing set for Monday,...
  • Thursday Bloodmobile hoping for 44 units

    A second of two back-to-back blood drives in Imperial will be held today (Thursday) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Church.Coordinator Karen Hayes said the drive has a goal of 44 units. That’s lower than usual, but it follows a Wednesday blo...
  • Some postage rates to increase Jan. 22

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The cost to mail letters and postcards inside and outside the United States will increase as of Jan. 22. The overall average price increase across all mailing services is capped by law at 2.1 percent. One-ounce letter...
  • What does ABATE mean?

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one in a series of feature stories concerning organizations that benefit the Imperial area. Volunteering in a community, through organizations, is a way to pay back for the benefits that the community offers an individual.By C...
  • School board votes to equip K-3 classrooms with new audio amplification systems

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Eleven classrooms in grades K-3 at Chase County Schools will soon be supplied with equipment that will enhance the hearing ability of students. At the Jan. 10 school board meeting, a 9-0 vote approved purchase of the ...
  • Coop, Syngenta support FFA through Blue Jacket Program

    An Imperial FFA member and the chapter as a whole benefited from a program that pairs the Frenchman Valley Coop, headquartered in Imperial, with the Syngenta Corporation. Gwen Springer, left, an agronomist with Frenchman Valley Coop, presented an official...
  • Dan Kunnemann retires from county fair board

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican After 26 years, Dan Kunnemann has decided to retire from the Chase County Fair Board. His resignation was effective Jan. 1, but he is still treasurer until today (Thursday) when the board elects new officers. Kunneman...
  • Area native receives prestigious CSU award

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Dr. Cleon Kimberling, who grew up in the Champion area, last Saturday was recognized as the 2011 Livestock Leader by the Colorado State University (CSU) Department of Animal Sciences for his exceptional contributions ...
  • Ag and pheasants workshop in Trenton Jan. 26

    The Ag and Pheasants Workshop in Trenton on Jan. 26 will highlight management strategies for ag producers that increase profitably and create habitat that benefits wildlife. The meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m.-2 p.m. CT at the TCDC Building, 403 E. 1st S...
  • City offering business owner scholarships to MarketPlace 2012

    Deadline is Jan. 27 for scholarship application By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican MarketPlace 2012, an annual event sponsored by the Center for Rural Affairs, is just around the corner. This year’s edition for those already interested in business ...
  • You never know when you can make a difference

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher You just never know when you can be the difference in someone’s life or how a simple gesture or act of kindness can make a positive influence on someone else.      One never knows when the seeds ...
  • New DUI law allows option of license revocation hearing

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A new drunk driving law went into effect Jan. 1 that should, according to Gov. Dave Heineman, make Nebraskans think twice before driving under the influence. “This law improves public safety by removing a drunk driv...
  • Heritage of Wauneta gets strong show of support from community

    Volunteers launch $150,000 fundraising campaign to keep Wauneta nursing home open By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze This past summer, when Vetter Health Services first told residents of Heritage of Wauneta and their families the nursing home could close in ...
  • Longhorns go 2-2 over eight-day stretch

    Wins come over Perkins County, Maxwell By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With a 50-33 win over Maxwell in the first round of the SPVA tournament Tuesday night, Carl Zuege’s Longhorns can step back and catch their breath. Tuesday’s game marked ...
  • Wrestlers break drought, garner medal at home

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican After a long start to the wrestling season, Andrew Schilke had a good day at the Imperial Invitational Saturday and scored a second place medal to break the no-medal drought. Coach Matt Vlasin welcomed back junior w...
  • Girls looking to pick up first win of 2012

    Lady Longhorns drop opening game in conference tourney By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Monday’s opening round loss in the SPVA conference tournament sends the Chase County Lady Longhorns into the fifth/sixth place game Saturday morning in North P...

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