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  • URNRD purchases irrigated ground for stream flow augmentation

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican When discussion about their own possible augmentation project came up at last month’s meeting of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District, the board quickly retreated to executive session for negotiations...
  • Australian exchange student getting used to Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican When Phoebe Rogers got off the airplane in Denver to meet her host exchange family, she had to stop and feel the snow. She’d never seen snow in her native Australia. Rogers, 17, is living in Imperial with John and...
  • Over 20 exhibitors on tap to exhibit at Ag Technology Fair Feb. 10

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Up to 24 exhibitors are expected at the Feb. 10 Ag Technology Fair in Imperial, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Over 1,500 letters of invitation went out this week to Imperial postal boxholders and rural routes ...
  • Daycare site near Imperial Manor being researched

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s very early in the research stages, but Darin Severson, administrator of Imperial’s senior care facilities, is looking into the costs and options for a daycare facility on site. The topic came up a few months ...
  • Students hope robot earns top honors at tournament

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican High school students in Kim Wilson’s Chase County Schools science class will be urging on a robot they built when they attend the Central Nebraska Middle and High School VRC (Vex Robotic Competition) tournament in K...
  • School board meeting moved due to conflicts same day

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Due to a number of conflicts next week, the monthly Chase County Schools board of education meeting has been moved. Normally meeting the second Tuesday of the month, the board will meet next week on Wednesday, Feb. 9,...
  • Imperial to be site for Feed My Starving Children mobile event

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican It’s a staggering figure—more than 26,000 children around the world die daily from the lack of food and clean water. This summer, people in the Imperial area will get the opportunity to make a difference. Feed ...
  • Participants review year of business coaching

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Twenty businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs were assisted through the City of Imperial’s business coaching program in 2010. Two of those business owners reported at a meeting last Wednesday. The business coaching p...
  • Your right to know is under attack 

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher Last week, the Nebraska Legislature held a hearing on LB 444,  a bill that attacks your right to know what’s going on with your local government. Presently, when a local government or school entit...
  • Marcia Bauerle’s paintings to be exhibited in Governor’s mansion

    Each year, the Nebraska Governor’s Residence Exhibition Program features Nebraska artists in solo exhibitions at the Governor’s Residence. The Nebraska Arts Council partners with the Nebraska Governor's Residence to secure this prestigious venue for ...
  • Longhorns pick up eighth victory against Haxtun

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns picked up their eighth win of the season Tuesday, Jan. 25, defeating Haxtun there 57-44. The win came at an important time for the Longhorns after dropping two in the SPVA tournament the w...
  • Open weights to much to overcome

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s wrestling squad faced a tough task last Thursday night as they traveled to McCook for a wrestling dual. With Keithan Cochran ill and Trevor Fuehrer unable to compete due to an infection, Chase Coun...
  • Four medals and outstanding wrestler return from St. Pat’s

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Coach Matt Vlasin was very pleased with the results his wrestlers produced at the St. Pat’s Invitational Saturday in North Platte. To bring home two firsts and two seconds with just five wrestlers competing is a goo...
  • Wrestlers get experience at Medicine Valley meet

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican With meets on Thursday and Saturday, Coach Matt Vlasin took only two wrest­lers to the Medicine Valley tournament Friday to garner some mat time. Jesse Ferebee and Garret Thompson made the trip to get as many matches...
  • Soccer sign-up deadline arrives this Friday

    Registrations for this spring’s soccer program in Imperial are due this Friday, Feb. 4, at the Imperial city offices. Fees for the Great Plains Soccer Program are $30 per player. The fee for the third child and more from the same family drops to $20 eac...
  • Varsity basketball at Wray postponed to Thursday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Due to the frigid temperatures and wind chill Tuesday, school officials at Wray, Colo. and Chase County decided to postpone the varsity basketball games that night in Wray. The games will now be played today (Thursday...
  • Varsity girls pick up win at Haxtun

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican After a five-game slide, Head Girls Basketball Coach Nancy Sorensen said it was good to get a win last week at Haxtun, Colo. The Lady Longhorn varsity hadn’t won a game since Jan. 7, but put one in the win column ...
  • Students urged to enter weather awareness poster contest

    The springtime severe weather season is quickly approaching and that means it’s time for the annual Nebraska Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest. The contest, sponsored by Nebraska Association of Emergency Management, the National Weather Service an...
  • Fifth grader’s essay moves on to state FCE contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican CCS fifth grader Haley Vitosh’s essay on “My Favorite Nebraska Town” will move onto state competition after her entry won the local contest. Sponsored by the Nebraska Association for Family and Community Educati...
  • Imperial hosting youth basketball tourney Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Youth basketball teams in grades 4, 5 and 6 will be in Imperial this Saturday for a day-long tournament. Imperial has entered 11 different boys’ and girls’ teams in the tournament in the three grade level division...

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