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  • RyAnn Spady on NPCC volleyball team at national tourney this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican North Platte Community College’s Lady Knights are in Wisconsin Dells, WI, this week where they’ll compete in the national junior college volleyball tournament. RyAnn Spady of Imperial, a sophomore on the team, i...
  • Two Lady Longhorns earn post-season SPVA honors

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Two sophomores on the Lady Longhorn volleyball team this season earned post-season SPVA all-conference honors. At a meeting Monday night, SPVA coaches selected their all-association team, which included 12 players. An...
  • Hayes Center the only western team in state football finals

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Hayes Center Cardinals will make their first-ever trip to the state football finals in Lincoln next week. They represent the only team west of Giltner, near Aurora, in the finals. The 10-1 Cardinals will face 1...
  • New sports season here; first contests arrive Dec. 3

    Athletes at Chase County Schools have shifted gears from fall to winter sports. The new sports season of basketball and wrestling got underway Monday with the first day of practice. Above, Head Boys Basketball Coach Carl Zuege reviews a play with his te...
  • School readies one-act play for SPVA contest

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Students at Chase County Schools are rehearsing their one-act play, “Something’s Rotten in the State of Denmark” in preparation for a public performance here and the upcoming SPVA contest Nov. 23, also in Imperi...
  • Imperial resident seeks damages from city from sewer backup

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Diane Gellerman of Imperial is seeking $2,828.58 from the city of Imperial for damages she has alleged her home sustained from a sewer system backup into her basement. In July, Gellerman presented bills to the city fo...
  • Charges of vehicular homicide filed in death of Elsie woman

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel Charges have been filed in Perkins County Court against Benjamin J. Pelster, 32, of rural Elsie for motor vehicle homicide, a Class I misdemeanor, in the death of 28-year-old Debra Palser of Elsie. The accident occurr...
  • ‘Birds’ can be viewed on Thanksgiving holiday

    By Vernon Whetstone, BenkelmanAmateur Astronomerthestargeezer@gmail.com Thanksgiving is for the birds, astronomically speaking that is. Aside from the turkey on the table, there are three astronomical birds that attract our attention. After the large Than...
  • Accident early Sunday injures two from Imperial

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Two men from Imperial were injured in an early Sunday morning accident in Perkins County. Will Morales, 24, and Cody Wooden, 25, both sustained injuries in the accident, about a mile west of Grainton on Highway 23. Pe...
  • Farmers welcome warmer weather

    With temperatures peaking at 80 degrees last week, corn fields started drying out, allowing farmers to finally get into the fields and make a good dent on this year’s harvest. Farmers said the moisture content of the corn, which has been keeping farme...
  • Census workers sought in area

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican In the 2000 census, Nebraska finished second only to Iowa for the highest percentage of state response to the census survey. Just like in college football, Nebraska wants to be #1 in the 2010 census results. Vic G...
  • Tom Baker announces run for state legislature

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A former District 44 state senator wants his old job back. Tom Baker of Trenton plans to run for his former legislative seat next year, now held by Mark Christensen of Imperial. Baker, 61, hinted of a possible run in ...
  • Reading Mastery program already showing signs of success

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The new reading/language program instituted in grades kindergarten through six at Chase County Schools this fall is already reaping benefits. That’s according to Elementary Principal Nathan Vitosh and Reading Coac...
  • Hair stylist’s roots remain in Imperial

    ■ Editor’s note: This is the one in a series of feature stories about people who have returned to their hometown of Imperial, after working in other communities.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican When Stephanie Way graduated from Chase County High ...
  • Council votes to file complaint on Miller property transaction

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican City council members voted 3-0 Monday night to file a complaint with the Nebraska Real Estate Commission regarding the city’s purchase of the former Melvin and Dorothy Miller property. Doug Gaswick, stepping down fr...
  • City gains three awards in NCIP competition

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial went three for three in the 46th annual Nebraska Community Improvement Program (NCIP) competition this year. All three categories in which the city had entries resulted in awards for the city and the communit...
  • State officials, NRDs hosting meetings on Compact Compliance Plans

    The Republican River Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) and the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will be hosting a series of meetings regarding future Compact compliance in the Republican Basin. These meetings will take place at various loc...
  • UNL Extension beef meetings scheduled

    Economic competitiveness and herd management are the focus of the West Central Cattleman’s Day. This meeting will be held Nov. 24, 8:30 am at the Zion Lutheran Church, Imperial. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. A brochure about the meeting is ...
  • Syngenta, coop. partnership provides FFA jacket to Imperial chapter

    Frenchman Valley Coop., together with Syngenta, participated in a program through the National FFA Foundation this year that resulted in an FFA jacket being awarded  to the Imperial chapter. Syngenta made a generous proposition to its Midwest retail part...
  • New East 12th Street water main nearly all in ground

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican On Tuesday, just a block of the new 12-inch water main was left to be laid along the north side of East 12th Street. The new water main there replaces old two and four-inch mains from Broadway east to Shorthorn Street...

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