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  • Counterfeit $20 bill used in Enders

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A counterfeit $20 bill was used in Enders last week, but the Chase County Sheriff’s Office has little to go on. Ron Schoenberger, who owns Laker’s, said he knew right away it was counterfeit when a store customer ...
  • Wauneta/Palisade state semi-finals basketball game to be televised

    The state D2 semi-finals boys’ basketball game that pitted Wauneta/Palisade against Sterling High School will be aired several times this week by Great Plains Cable TV. Airing of the game will begin tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. MT on Channel 2, and will...
  • Lottery prize of $22,000 won by Wauneta man

    Rodger Crow of Wauneta recently won $22,000 playing 2by2 from the Nebraska Lottery. There were more than 20,000 Nebraska Lottery winners in the Saturday, March 26, drawings. Among these winners was Crow, who received a free quick pick ticket from a previo...
  • Celtic music on tap at Wauneta’s Chateau Theatre this Sunday

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Traditional music and stories of Ireland, Scotland and Wales will fill the air at Wauneta’s Chateau Theatre this Sunday, April 10, when Colorado musician and Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow takes to the stage. Th...
  • Second round of nuisance code reviews starts next week

    Earlier this year, the Imperial city council approved moving forward with the city’s Nuisance Abatement Program this spring, and residents are encouraged to clean up nuisance areas on their properties. In February, the city council approved a $12,204 nu...
  • Spring snowfall not so bad

    It came and left quickly, but Tuesday’s snow made two Imperial boys happy. Three-year-old twins Trace, at right, and Kye Terryberry were romping in the snow in their front yard mid-morning Tuesday. The sons of Danny and Vanessa Terryberry were probabl...
  • Average water levels up slightly in URNRD irrigation wells

    Positive gains shown in last two years By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Thanks to above average rainfall, resulting in less irrigation pumping, the average water level of irrigation wells in the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD)...
  • Educator from Cheyenne offered K-6 principal’s job

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican School board members at their April 12 meeting will address the hiring of Patrick Lane as Chase County Schools’ K-6 principal for next year. He was among five candidates interviewed by CCS administration and board m...
  • County road plan calls for $377,000 in improvements

    Bridge replacement, armor coating, road rebuilding planned By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Chase County commissioners approved a one- and six-year road plan last month that calls for improvements estimated at $377,000. The biggest budgeted expens...
  • State legislature to take on redistricting soon

    Christensen confident Harlan, Gosper Counties will join 44th District By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze As the Nebraska State Legislature moves into the second half of the 2011 session, redistricting talks are about to kick into high-gear. How the redistr...
  • Day care center is ‘christened’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Freshly painted walls, a nursery full of cots and easy chairs, and bright colors greeted visitors at the Imperial Manor Child Care Center during an open house last week. Toys and books were scattered about for visit...
  • Area residents suffer trailer, fuel thefts

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A number of thefts have been reported in the past week to the Chase County Sheriff’s Office. One item included a pickup trailer and contents valued at $6,000 stolen west of Imperial, said Sheriff Kevin Mueller. Ther...
  • Grain bin death in Dundy County ruled accidental

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Results from an autopsy performed on an Imperial man who died in a Parks, Neb., grain bin accident earlier this month show his death was accidental. The Dundy County Attorney’s office released the autopsy results la...
  • 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 ...

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