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  • Tourney next week to conclude competitive Little League season

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican The end-of-season tournament will conclude Imperial’s Little League boys’ baseball season next week at Schroeder Park. First round games will be played Monday at 7:30 p.m., with the 7:30 p.m. championship and 5:30...
  • Pee Wee 2 team on six-game winning streak

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Except for their first game of the season in late May, Imperial’s Pee Wee 2 baseball team has won all of its games this season. The season has been highlighted with six consecutive wins since June 3, most recently a...
  • Pony girls in league tourney this week

    Imperial’s two Pony league girls’ softball teams started play in the Tri-County Youth League tournament on Wednesday this week in Sutherland, and actually were paired up to play each other in the first round game at 6 p.m. MT. The Imperial 2 team, a...
  • Imperial Crush at home next two games

    Imperial Crush will be playing its next two games at home on July 5 and 12 at the Campbell field. After having no game on the schedule last weekend, Crush is gearing up for a rematch with Haxtun, Colo., this Sunday, July 5, at 5 p.m. The local wood bat te...
  • T-ball programs introduce youngsters to baseball, softball

    Close to 50 boys and girls participated in this summer’s T-ball baseball and softball programs in Imperial, which concluded this week with the final girls’ session on Tuesday and the boys’ concluding on Wednesday. During the month of June, the group...
  • Callahan and Frasier compete at state rodeo finals

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Jesse Callahan and Shelby Fraiser, both from Imperial, completed their high school rodeo season last weekend at the state finals in Hastings. For Callahan, it was the final rodeo of his high school career after gra...
  • Juveniles apprehended in Imperial after wild night of events

    CodeRED issued to warn city residents By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Three juveniles who apparently escaped from The Boys and Girls  Home of Nebraska in North Platte last week ended up in custody of law officers in Imperial. After the trio had a...
  • Fair musical changed, rehearsals in progress

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Tickets for the Chase County Fair’s musical have been printed, but the name has been changed. Instead of “Big River,” the Imperial Community Players will be presenting “Pump Boys and Dinettes.” The change wa...
  • Manor/Parkview-Heights sets up foundation for outdoor projects

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The staff and residents of Imperial Manor/Parkview-Heights have established the Life Enhancement Fund to “Make fresh air and sunshine easily accessible to everyone.” The idea was born about a year ago when the sta...
  • Swine flu case confirmed in area, another in Hitchcock County

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A total of 111 cases of H1N1, also known as swine flu, have been confirmed in Nebraska as of June 24. That includes a case in Hitchcock County last week, involving a person age 5-19. In addition, Chase County Communit...
  • Massachusetts man locates Chase County site to explore

    Robert Golka hasn’t given up on finding proof of 1884 ‘heavenly body’ By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican His searching has moved a little further north into western Chase County. That’s where Robert Golka of Brockton, Mass., hopes he’ll fi...
  • 16-and-under team runs streak to 12 wins before suffering first loss

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s 16-and-under baseball team ran their undefeated streak to 12 games Monday before suffering their first loss in the back side of a doubleheader at McCook. The boys defeated Wauneta 22-2 on Wednesday, Ju...
  • Got hair? Get cash

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Since fourth grade Jane Greene of Imperial hadn’t cut her hair. Despite trims, her braids recently measured 28 inches. She could sit on her fine brown hair. The 26-year-old and husband Ryan, of Imperial, were talk...
  • Imperial blasted by storms on two successive nights

    By Staff ReportsJohnson Publications, Inc. After getting battered by hail up to golf-ball size Thursday night, Imperial residents spent much of Saturday cleaning up from a Friday night storm accentuated by winds measured at nearly 80 mph. Friday night...
  • Nebraska gets favorable rulings from arbitrator

    Some questions still remain in dispute with Kansas By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Nebraska won several key rulings in the findings of arbitration with Kansas over Republican River water use and compliance with a 2002 settlement between the two s...
  • Countdown on towards wheat harvest

    Within seven to 10 days, wheat farmers will most likely take to the field to bring in this year’s crop. Growing conditions this spring proved really conducive for this year’s crop and with summer now here, temperatures in the 90s this week are bringin...
  • Airport Zoning board approves two of three light pole applications

    School board likely to discuss issue during July 2 special meetingBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Three of the four light poles on Chase County Schools’ new football field now have the approval of the Imperial Airport Zoning Board.     ...
  • Chase County Fair brochures in the mail; tickets go on sale Friday

    Special on-line offer available on fair websiteBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Ticket brochures for the 2009 Chase County Fair Aug. 9-16 in Imperial went in the mail Tuesday with regular ticket sales opening up Friday, June 26.     This y...
  • Special meeting set for council appointment

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    City council members and Mayor Annie Longan will meet in special session this Friday at 7:30 a.m. in the council chambers to consider appointment of a fourth council member.    Dustin Weiss resigned from the ...
  • Council approves purchase agreement on Miller ground

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    If plans proceed, the city of Imperial will soon be the owner of about 75 acres of property now owned and farmed by Melvin and Dorothy Miller, east of Schroeder Park.    At Monday’s city council meeting, ap...

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