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  • Baby, it’s hot outside

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican With daytime temperatures bouncing between 95 and 105 degrees these past two weeks, air conditioners are humming all over town as people try to stay cool. That keeps the City of Imperial’s power plant working hard, ...
  • Stuart Gordon now in Lincoln for psych evaluation

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A year ago this month, Imperial residents were taken aback when reports circulated of a local stabbing. People were awakened to a CodeRed alert early the morning of July 6, 2010, that a man was at-large and considered...
  • CCS students attend FBLA national event

    Chase County Schools students Abby Polly and Mason Holmes, along with Advisor Sandy O’Neil, attended the National FBLA Conference in Orlando, Fla. June 26 to July 2. They took part in attending general conference sessions with over 8,000 other FBLA del...
  • Juniors came within two outs of making it to state

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s Junior Legion baseball team experienced the  high from winning and the low from losing all in a matter of hours in the C7 district tournament last week. After playing themselves back into the champions...
  • Heat allows harvest to cut loose

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican For about 10 days, farmers and custom wheat cutters could do nothing else but look at wheat in the field. Rainy weather kept the wheat harvest at bay for about a week. And when the sun did start to shine last Wed...
  • Over 1,000 workers, 225,000 meals, all for hungry children

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A truly international event begins in Imperial today (Thursday), when volunteers team up with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) to package 225,000 meals for distribution throughout the world. The Southwest Nebraska Me...
  • School board considering sportsmanship guidelines

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After the August school board meeting, Chase County Schools may have sportsmanship guidelines, which will include spectators, as part of its athletic handbook. Discussion of the new sportsmanship guidelines was held a...
  • Enders Dam work to close Hwy. 61 through August

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican North/south traffic on Highway 61 over Enders Dam will be detoured on county roads beginning Wednesday, July 27. The detour will allow maintenance repairs to be made under the highway bridge over Enders Dam. Sev...
  • Future of Enders Post Office is discussed at community meeting

    By Josh SumnerThe Wauneta Breeze Approximately 35 Enders citizens came to the Church of the Brethren last Wednesday to find out what, if anything, can be done to save their town’s post office. Western Nebraska Post Office Operations Manager Kathy Hand ...
  • Planning Thursday night for ‘Take Pride in Imperial’ event

    City officials are encouraging residents to celebrate the positives in Imperial with a “Take Pride in Imperial” weekend planned for the first weekend in August.A meeting to organize the event, which will include trash pickup and other sprucing up in t...
  • Harry Potter fans get second chance in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican For those fans of the Harry Potter series who weren’t able to make it to The Imperial Theatre last weekend to view “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,” they have another chance. The film has been sche...
  • Library hosting food festival

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Need a quick summer getaway? Take a culinary tour of the world without leaving Imperial. The Lied Imperial Public Library is hosting an international food festival next Thursday, July 28, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the...
  • Paving begins for new track surface

    McAtee Construction of Sterling, Colo., began putting down the first lift of asphalt Wednesday morning that will serve as the base for a new track surface on the CCS track. They began paving the high jump area first, followed by the first of two lifts on ...
  • Bart’s Corner a step closer to opening

    New fuel pumps were set in place Tuesday at what will become Bart’s Corner at the junction of Hwys. 6-61 in Imperial, formerly the T-Junction location. Chuck Bartholomew said they are targeting an Aug. 1 opening date for the new convenience store and de...
  • Bird City, Kan., gearing up for antique engine, thresher show

    An event that continues to expand each year in Bird City, Kan., about an hour south of Imperial, is set to kick off next Thursday, July 28. The Tri-State Antique Engine & Thresher Show runs for three consecutive days, July 28-30, in the heart of Bird ...
  • Chase County on list submitted for federal disaster declaration

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County is one of 29 counties in Nebraska submitted in a formal request by Gov. Dave Heineman for federal disaster declaration. The formal request to the President through FEMA Region VII cites flooding, severe s...
  • UNL Water Saving Field Day near Imperial Aug. 1

    Imperial will be the site for a UNL Water Saving Field Day on Monday, Aug. 1. The program will start at 5 p.m. MDT with a meal. The field is located on the northeast side of the intersection of Road 736 and Avenue 334.  To get to the field from Imperial,...
  • Rotary District Governor reflects on worldwide impact

    Rotary District Governor Ron Bazata shared enthusiasm at Imperial’s noon meeting Tuesday when reflecting on the difference Rotary makes in lives across the world. Bazata admitted that his long-time involvement with the Kearney noon club involved extensi...
  • Chamber’s Hot Dog Days a hit

    The Imperial Chamber’s annual Hot Dog Days last Thursday was just that—HOT. While temperatures sizzled outdoors, so did the grilled hot dogs at three locations in Imperial, offered to area residents as a thank-you for shopping locally. Above, Heidi An...
  • Firm to conduct study of school building’s HV/AC system, lighting

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A feasibility study on Chase County Schools’ heating and cooling systems, as well as possibly lighting upgrades, will be conducted by an Omaha firm. Specifically targeted in the study, based on board discussion last...

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