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  • All types grass seed sold by Ledall Seeds

    ■ 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...
  • McNair joins family agency

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    As of Monday, there are now four McNairs working at McNair Agency, Inc. Sam McNair joined the insurance agency as a property and casualty, crop/hail agent. He will also handle administrative work.    McNair, ...
  • Stromberger steer sold at National Western Stock Show

        Jordan Stromberger of Imperial sold a fourth place Crossbred and Other Breeds Steer for $4,000 at the National Western Stock Show’s Auction of Junior Livestock Champions on Jan. 23.    The winning bidder of the animal was Hyland Cattle Company...
  • Carpet cleaning service starts up

        A steam carpet cleaning business is now open in Imperial. Matt’s Carpet Cleaning, owned by Matthew Dupiere, offers a truck-mounted machine cleaning service in southwest Nebraska.    Dupiere said he’s charging a flat 22 cents per square foot ...
  • WCNDD adds Benkelman mayor to board

        The West Central Nebraska Development District (WCNDD) announces the appointment of Harlan Cansler of Benkelman to the Governing Board of WCNDD, replacing the retiring Bob Brown of Trenton.    Cansler, a graduate of Texas University with post-gr...
  • USDA extends comment period on payment limitations, eligibility

        Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the comment period for the regulation defining actively engaged participation in a farming operation has been extended for an additional 60 days.    FSA is now seeking a diverse range of comments ...
  • New program helps create cattle owners

        When Joe and Connie Cool of Callaway saw an article in the Custer County Chief about the 100 Beef Cow Outreach program offered by Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, they made a decision that they hope will change their lives.   ...
  • High Court’s ruling casts a big shadow

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Co-PublisherLast Friday’s ruling by the Nebraska Supreme Court declaring the property tax levy in LB 701 unconstitutional casts a large shadow over Nebraska, not just on water policy but overall tax policy as well...
  • Broken bones sustained in one-vehicle accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    The driver of a late-model vehicle sustained some serious injuries in a late Friday afternoon accident, west of Champion.    Billie Childers, 42, of rural Haigler was driving the 1993 Buick Century 4-door abo...
  • NRD board plans another special meeting to discuss water transfer proposals

    Special meeting is set for next Thursday, Feb. 19■ Property tax segment ruled unconstitutional in water bill.By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Members of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (NRD) board still could not come to a c...
  • Wrestling districts Friday, Saturday to determine state qualifiers

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Chase County is in one of the toughest districts in the state, but Longhorn Coach Matt Vlasin believes there will be some local wrestlers in Omaha next week for the state tournament.    The Longhorns will be ...
  • Southwest tourney closes out wrestling season for Longhorns

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Six Chase County wrestlers competed in Saturday’s tournament at Southwest High School, which closed out the regular wrestling season.    Jeremy Mathews and Justin Lueth both placed first in the tournament, ...
  • Wrestlers pick up five medals at SPVA

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Chase County wrestlers came home with five individual medals from last Thursday’s SPVA Conference meet in North Platte.    Jeremy Mathews at 171 lbs. and Nathan Hinojosa at heavyweight were undefeated in th...
  • Lady Longhorns have won three of last four

    Sub-district tournamentstarts Monday in AllianceBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    After just handing Sutherland a second loss this season two weeks ago, the Lady Longhorn basketball team did the same thing to North Platte St. Pat’s.    Chas...
  • Four high school bowlers make cut for state tournament

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    In their first year of high school bowling competition, Chase County’s team is sending four youths to the state tournament Saturday in Lincoln.    Kerry Swanson and Chevy Smith qualified from the boys’ t...
  • Second quarter proves the difference in loss to St. Pat’s

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    North Platte St. Pat’s handed the Imperial Longhorns their sixth straight loss Friday, 51-64, by taking advantage of free throws in the second quarter.      The second quarter proved to be the difference...
  • Longhorn youth tournament a big success

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    For the first time in a number of years, Imperial played host Saturday to a youth basketball tournament.     The 2009 Longhorn Basketball Tournament was organized by Jill and Brad Moline.     Both Molin...
  • This is final week to register for soccer

        Youths planning to compete in the Imperial soccer league this spring must have their forms turned into the city office by this Friday.    Shannon Kuhlmann, league coordinator, said forms turned in by Friday will guarantee a spot on a team. Late ...
  • Summer ball team signup forms are out

        Youths planning to play baseball or softball in the city of Imperial’s leagues this summer can now sign up for teams.    Signup forms are available at several locations in town, according to City Clerk/Administrator Jo Leyland, including the c...
  • Basketball contests test shooting skills

    Two youth basketball contests had the Longhorn gym busy Sunday afternoon. First place winners in the Knights of Columbus-sponsored free throw shooting contest for 9 to 14 year-olds, above, and their marks were, front from left, Molly Luhrs 4/15, Taylin M...

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