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  • Corn Board lauds judgment striking down California’s carbon fuel standard

    The Nebraska Corn Board celebrated the end of 2011 with a victory when Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill struck down California’s low carbon fuel standard. Judge O’Neill found the standard unconstitutional by violating the Commerce Clause of the US Constit...
  • Continued positive growth a big plus

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher One needn’t look  any further than last week’s Progress Edition of The Imperial Republican to see that Imperial continues to move in the right direction—forward! You’ve heard me say many time...
  • Longhorn boys finish third in holiday tourney

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorn boys bounced back from defeat to take the consolation prize in the Perkins County holiday tournament Dec. 29-30 in Grant. The Longhorns of Kimball put it to the Longhorns of Chase County i...
  • Second annual ‘Pink Out’ games next week with Perkins County

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Varsity basketball players, and hopefully much of the crowd, at next week’s Chase County/Perkins County games will be clad in pink. It’s the second annual Pink Out Shoot for a Cure games between the Longhorns and ...
  • Academic all-state recognition earned by nine CCS students

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) has announced academic all-state recognition for high school students involved in sports and other NSAA-sanctioned activities. Nine Chase County Schools students made ...
  • Wrestlers return to action in Ogallala tournament

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County wrestlers will resume the 2012 portion of the season at Ogallala Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. with a tournament that features a dual format. Ten teams including Chase County are expected to participate i...
  • CCS wrestlers finish 2011 portion of season in Sidney

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County only had four wrestlers participate in the Dec. 17 Sidney Wrestling invitational. Cozad won the meet easily by a 55-point margin. Team scoring was: Cozad 183.5, Gering 128, Lexington 110, Ogallala 94, St...
  • Girls take third in holiday tournament action

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The five-day NSAA-mandated moratorium showed up on the court at the Perkins County Holiday Tournament last Thursday in Chase County’s opening game. The Lady Longhorns dropped the opener 35-19 to Kimball as they st...
  • Huskers go down to South Carolina in Capital One Bowl 30-13

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Nebraska Cornhuskers, the 20-ranked team in the country, powered it’s way to a 13-9 lead over the 9th ranked South Carolina Gamecocks after the first quarter of the Capital One Bowl Monday in Orlando, Fla. To ...
  • St. Patrick’s starting weekly series on Catholicism Jan. 4

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A new 10-part series “Catholicism” will be shown and discussed in weekly Wednesday night gatherings at the St. Patrick Church parish hall, starting this week. The first meeting will be held Wednesday of this week,...
  • Census figures, building permits paint picture of growth in 2011

    Building permits hit $4.672 million mark By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The biggest news for Imperial in 2011 took 10 years to occur—Imperial gained population in the 2010 census to cross the psychological 2,000-person threshold. Census fig...
  • Child labor law proposals concern locals about effect on agriculture

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Department of Labor (DOL) is proposing to revise the child labor regulations in  the Fair Labor Standards Act, which set forth the criteria for the permissible employment of minors under the age of 18 in agricult...
  • Christmas tree recycling will be beneficial to fish

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican That beautiful live Christmas tree, so lovingly decorated before Dec. 25 with homemade ornaments or those with special meaning, doesn’t need to become meaningless now. The Izaac Walton League, or Ike’s, of Chase...
  • Staying active in retirement

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Despite the promise of ample free time, retirement is not something everyone looks forward to with happy anticipation. Many approaching this life stage worry that the unstructured time will be tedious and unfulfilling...
  • Imperial Housing Authority achieves smoke-free designation

    Imperial Housing Agency recently achieved smoke-free designation on a majority of their buildings. Housing Director Julie Gockley has worked to provide this opportunity for tenants, especially having an entire complex smoke free. “Through education fro...
  • No till coffee shop workshops ahead in area

    The Panhandle No Till Partnership will host a series of coffee shop workshops during the second week of January 2012. These workshops are designed to be casual meetings among producers who are interested in learning more about all the aspects of no till ...
  • Great Plains customers to see change in FOX station

    Due to agreements determined by FOX Broadcast and its affiliates, many residents will experience a change in their local FOX station. Residents who currently see local FOX programming from Denver affiliate KDVR will soon be seeing a new local FOX station...
  • New portable ultrasound in use at hospital

    Chase County Community Hospital has put into use a new General Electric LOGIQ Portable Ultrasound Unit, which is providing benefits for patients. “In addition to the traveling ultrasound service that is here twice a week the new ultrasound expands our c...
  • Get out the scales...Biggest Loser contest begins

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican For the second year, Adams Bank & Trust of Imperial is sponsoring the Biggest Loser Challenge. Beginning Jan. 9 those interested should weigh in at the bank to establish a beginning weight. Chairman Carma Sazama s...
  • Nelson’s retirement from Senate adds new twist to 2012 Election

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Were you surprised by Nebraska Sen. Ben Nelson’s announcement Tuesday that he wasn’t going to seek re-election to a third term in the U.S. Senate? As the news hit the web, it was difficult not to wo...

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