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  • Nelson’s vote on Spending Bill will come back to haunt him

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News EditorNebraska Sen. Ben Nelson voted with the majority in approving last week’s Stimulus Bill after the measure was finalized.     More appropriately, it should be called a Spending Bill.    Nelson was ...
  • Weiss Chiropractic to host grand opening

        The grand opening of Weiss Chiropractic and Acupuncture will run from 2-4 p.m. today (Thursday) at 530 Broadway.    Owner Dr. Calvin Weiss opened his business Nov. 10, 2008 to serve the area. He was a 1998 Chase County High School graduate and o...
  • Imperial sending reps to MarketPlace

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    The owners of Prairie States Communications and members of a high school business class have received financial assistance to attend MarketPlace, Nebraska’s premier rural small business and entrepreneurship ev...
  • R-Nette sells Pioneer Seed

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one in a series of features that will spotlight businesses in Imperial. The community has a thriving business community, and all residents may not realize the extent of services and products local businesses provide. This feat...
  • There are dollar signs in rivers and aquifers, but economists agree that more than one method is useful to pin them down

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one of two stories that appeared in the Kearney Hub looking at the value of water. See story: For UNO study, multi-layered maps utilize sales data and GIS technology to look at water value. PAGE 4.By Lori PotterKearney Hub Sta...
  • Chase County All-Stars 4-H Club lands Progressive Agriculture Safety Day

    First activity is March 15 kids’ essay contestBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    After waiting for two years to be selected, the Chase County All-Stars 4-H Club will bring the Progressive Agriculture Safety Day to Imperial on June 13.     ...
  • Some drivers not abiding by rules on stopped school busses

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    With the recent addition of a morning bus pickup service in town for students at Chase County Schools, it’s become noticeable that some drivers aren’t abiding by rules on stopped school busses.    Ken Rob...
  • Bahler visits Far East on LEAD trip

     By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    A month after participating in a trip to South Korea, Hong Kong and China, Lamar resident Wayne Bahler remains enthusiastic about the experience and people. He was one of 29 Nebraska LEAD XXVII fellows chosen ...
  • Head over heels

    Chase County senior Sean Langin wasted little time in the heartbreak round at the district wrestling meet in Gordon last week. After pinning Jacob Stoelting of Southern Valley, which solidified a state berth, Langin’s joy nearly carried him over the hea...
  • School board will be deciding soon whether to continue high school laptop program

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Based on a student survey, Chase County High School students would like to see the one-to-one laptop program continue.    As the school nears the end of the laptops’ three-year lease, school board members w...
  • Funding still available for home renovations in target area here

        The city of Imperial has been leading a cooperative effort to provide some needed renovation to homes in a targeted area within the city.     The city was awarded Community Development Block Grant funding provided by the Nebraska Department of E...
  • Increased valuations result in additional spending by taxing entities in 2008-09 budgets

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Tax entities in Chase County took advantage of an increase in property valuations to increase their tax requests for the 2008-09 budget year.     The Imperial Republican compared tax requests for the 2008-0...
  • Playground equipment purchased for park

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    The city of Imperial Park and Tree Commission approved a plan to install new playground equipment at Campbell Park during a meeting Feb. 3. Of three options presented, one for $41,417.95 was approved.    Lore...
  • For UNO study, multi-layered maps utilize sales data and GIS technology to look at water value

    By Lori PotterKearney Hub Staff Writer(Reprinted with permission)     Editor’s note: This is the second of two stories that appeared in the Kearney Hub looking at the value of water.        HOLDREGE—It wasn’t Nebraska’s somewhat warmer wi...
  • 4-H stories tell of members’ highlights

        As part of a 4-H member’s record book, a 4-H story is required.    Judges pick winners in each of the junior, intermediate and senior levels. Last week, the newspaper printed the junior winner.             This week, reprinted below, ...
  • Trio of Longhorn seniors make cut for state

           Omaha Qwest Center site for big event starting this ThursdayBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    All three of Chase County’s senior wrestlers are headed to the state tournament in Omaha this week.    J...
  • Boys’ regular season will end Friday against Sutherland -

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    The Imperial Longhorns will seek to end their regular season on an up note Friday when they play host to 13-6 Sutherland.    Sutherland comes in having won seven of their last eight games, which included an...
  • Girls’ season ends in subdistrict semi-finals

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It was a valiant effort, but Chase County just couldn’t get enough shots to fall Tuesday night in the semi-finals of the girls’ C1-12 subdistrict basketball tournament.    The Lady Longhorns lost to subdi...
  • Lady Longhorns close out regular season

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Chase County was on the road for its final two regular season games last week in Wauneta and Hershey.    The Lady Longhorns dropped both games, as they again gave up too many turnovers and could muster field...
  • Three CCS musicians to play in Festival of Winds

        Rocky Mountain Festival of Winds at the University of Wyoming will be held Feb. 21-23.       The Concert and Festival Bands will made up of the finest high school players from the region, conducted by Chris Nicholas and Dr. Robert Belsar.  ...

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