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  • Lamar 125th birthday this year

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Stan Cross of Lamar was sitting at the annual Lamar Fire Department soup supper when he brought up the idea of a 125th birthday celebration for the town of Lamar in Chase County. The idea was met with approval by seve...
  • DSK Irrigation enjoying added space at new site

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With spring weather here, it’s a busy place at DSK Irrigation in Imperial, which recently moved to a new location. Located at Imperial Professional Plaza since owner Dan Kunnemann purchased the Reinke dealership in ...
  • AgWest moves to new location

    AgWest Commodities Imperial branch is now operating out of its new office at 101 Holland Street. An open house will be held today (Thursday) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public is invited to tour the new facility and meet with Branch Manager Joel Gockley an...
  • Conservation Reserve Program signup extended

    “The general signup period for USDA’s Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) has been extended one week until Friday, April 13. The announcement was made by Farm Service Agency State Director Dan Steinkruger. CRP is a voluntary program available to agric...
  • Wheat growers should scout now for early disease detection

    Last week stripe rust and leaf rust were observed in parts of Kansas, meaning Nebraska wheat growers should be scouting now for rust diseases, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension plant pathologist says. “The detection of leaf and stripe rusts in ...
  • McPherson College Choir to perform here next week

    Zion Lutheran Church and Enders Church of the Brethren will present the McPherson College Choir in concert Saturday, April 21. The program begins at 7 p.m. and will feature both the choir and the McPherson College Singers, the college’s select vocal ens...
  • Showcase Community Award a result of strong volunteerism here

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor Imperial was recognized with a major award in Lincoln Monday when it received the Governor’s Showcase Community Award for 2012. It recognized the city’s economic development efforts and community re...
  • CCS Prom is Saturday night; candidates chosen by junior class

    Prom at Chase County Schools is this Saturday night, and senior candidates for king and queen were announced this week. They are, front from left, Eric Lakey, Kacia Smith, Adam Moline, back from left, Alexa Bernhardt, Nick Mullanix and Shannon Liewer. Aft...
  • FCCLA at state conference

    Students from Chase County Schools’ FCCLA chapter were in Lincoln April 1-3 for the State Leadership Conference, where the conference theme was “Creating Leaders of Tomorrow—Today.” Thirteen chapter members received the Power of One Award, includi...
  • Pounds lost, money found

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Thanks to people who decided to lose weight this spring, Adams Bank & Trust of Imperial and Frenchman Valley Produce have once again teamed up to benefit the community. It was announced Monday that $1,745.80 was r...
  • Longhorns pick up fourth place at Perkins County

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Another good day of performances were turned in by the Longhorn boys at last Thursday’s Perkins County meet. Coach Marc Mroczek said his team had a good showing that day, turning in a good chunk of personal bests ...
  • Longhorn athletic awards to be doled out differently this year

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools is streamlining the distribution of its student athletic awards this year. CCS Activities Director Marc Mroczek is finalizing details for the school’s first annual high school Athletic Awards Ba...
  • Lady Longhorns get good look at SPVA teams in Grant

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s just two weeks until the SPVA conference track meet, and the Lady Longhorns got a good look at all but one of the SPVA teams at last Thursday’s Perkins County Invitational. Coach Al Zuege said, as expected, N...
  • Crowd entertained at DU banquet

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Frenchman Valley Chapter of Ducks Unlimited banquet March 24 was a chance for members and the public to give to DU while having fun themselves. Before dinner youth and adults had the opportunity to play many games...
  • Spring turkey season opens April 14 for shotgun hunters

    The spring turkey season opens across the state for shotgun hunters on April 14, one week after it opens for youth shotgun hunters, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The season opened for archers in late March. All spring turkey season...
  • Longhorn golfers take third in opening meet

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Longhorn golfers opened the season with a third place finish at the Bayard meet Thursday, April 5. Larry Munger’s squad finished with a 375 team total to finish behind Kimball with a 358 and Bayard w...
  • Stitching together creations, friendships

    ■ 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...
  • Eric Becker featured in trucker’s magazine

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Eric Becker of Enders is featured in the April 2012 edition of 10-4 Magazine. The publication, dubbed as the magazine “for today’s trucker,” features Becker in an article about his 1992 Peterbilt 379. It include...
  • Annual Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive this Sunday

    The Imperial Knights of Columbus (K of C) will be hosting its annual Tootsie Roll Drive this Sunday, April 15. It will begin at 1:30 p.m.   K of C members along with their families will be going door to door in Imperial and asking for support to help ind...
  • Students spend morning on town cleanup project

    The city of Imperial is looking a little more spruced-up this week thanks to grade 7-12 students and teachers at Chase County Schools. Principal Mike Sorensen said the cleanup was scheduled after 7-12 students in school last Thursday numbered less than ha...

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