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  • ‘Take Pride’ event just in time for fair

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Loral Johnson, who hired me 30 plus years ago for this job, was a real supporter of Imperial cleanup efforts. As a matter of fact, my former mentor used to always write an editorial this time of year encouraging peop...
  • Lightning, storms responsible for recent electrical outages

    Storms caused four outages in July By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican During his tenure here, Public Works Superintendent Pat Davison said he can’t remember a time when lightning and storms wreaked such havoc on Imperial’s electrical distribut...
  • Elementary principal on the job

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Having all grades in one building, with a smaller student population, are pluses in the eyes of the new Chase County Schools elementary principal. Patrick (Pat) Lane began working Aug. 1 in Imperial. A former resident...
  • Fair shows’ ticket sales take big jump

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Hundreds of show tickets were sold in the final days of the Chase County Fair’s “Buy in July” promotion. Ticket sales co-manager Jeanette Munger reported Wednesday morning the REO Speedwagon show Friday, Aug. 19...
  • Groups stepping up for ‘Take Pride in Imperial’ projects

    No charge at transfer station this Saturday for residential households By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Youth and adult groups alike have signed up to complete a number of “spruce-up” projects in the city’s “Take Pride in Imperial” effort...
  • Stitches made in loving memory arrive ‘home’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Deb Bopp of Imperial and her sister, Carla Soares of Arroyo Grande, Calif., learned of their mother’s second cancer diagnosis in December 2005. Their therapy was to quilt. They sought out a “block of the month”...
  • Plane completed after four years of work

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial native Steve Barger always wanted to fly after getting the bug from Champion pilot Vilas Smith. Now, he can fly all he wants in an experimental airplane he built himself over the last four years. The pl...
  • Irrigation district’s appeal on basin appropriations denied by Nebraska Supreme Court

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Frenchman-Cambridge Irrigation District’s (FCID) effort to get the Republican River basin designated as over-appropriated took a major hit last week. After having their initial request denied by the Nebraska Depar...
  • Animal ‘doo-doo’ subject of new Imperial ordinance

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican There are signs in a number of residential yards asking pet owners not to allow their animals to deposit waste on their property. Now, there is a city ordinance backing up that plea. Ordinance No. 11-07-01 requires th...
  • New fair event Tuesday night offers a ‘ranch rodeo’

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican New at the Chase County Fair this year will be a Ranch Rodeo, scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 16. The rodeo will begin at 5 p.m. in the fair arena. Organizer Chris Krausnick said the rodeo consists of four events: trailer...
  • Tourney concludes coed ball season

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  • CCS Longhorn teams prepare for fall seasons

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican August is here. That means the high school fall sports season at Chase County Schools isn’t far off. Due to early contests, two of the Longhorn teams—softball and football—will start official practices on Monday...
  • School lists supplies needed by students

    The 2011-12 school year is rapidly approaching, with a starting date of Aug. 25. Chase County Schools has issued a suggested school supply list for students in grades K-6, which appears below. Other supplies are listed on the web site at www.ccschools.cc....
  • Deputy: 19-year-old ‘pretty lucky’ after rollover accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Nineteen-year-old Sarah Garrison of Imperial “was pretty lucky,” said County Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Mueller.         He was referring to her escape from a rollover accident early Saturday evening, which e...
  • Chase County quilt block headed to State Fair

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Like the other 92 counties in Nebraska, Chase County will be represented in a colorful quilt block at this year’s Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island. Bea Bauerle of Champion designed and quilted the block, which wi...
  • New Imperial Lions Club officers installed July 26

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Another year of service is in the books for the Imperial Lions Club. The club’s 2011-12 officers were installed July 26 by Larry Seger of Wallace, a Past District Governor and current Nebraska Lions Council Chairman...
  • Volunteers pack more than 227,000 meals for world’s starving children

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican What started out as one man’s vision in 2005 resulted in more than 1,100 volunteers working together to pack more than 227,000 meals to feed 623 starving children for a year. That’s an amazing accomplishment ...
  • Chase County Fair’s ‘Buy in July’ promo ends this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County Fair-goers  have just a few more days to take advantage of the “Buy in July” promotion for the fair’s Friday and Saturday night grandstand music shows, Aug. 19-20, in Imperial. The promotion incl...
  • City Attorney Phil Pierce resigns job

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican City Attorney Phil Pierce tendered his resignation earlier this month, which becomes effective the end of July. Monday’s Imperial city council meeting was the last he attended in his official role as the city attorn...
  • Lottery operators invited to August council meeting

    With city’s favorable vote, plans for keno in Imperial progressingBy Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Two lottery operators in the state of Nebraska will be invited to the city council’s Aug. 8 meeting to discuss the services they can provide, now t...