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  • Statewide reading scores in for CCS elementary students

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nearly seven of every 10 Nebraska students tested on the state’s first-ever statewide reading test met or exceeded the state’s reading standards. Nebraska Education Commissioner Roger Breed announced the test resu...
  • Severinson hired to direct Manor, Heights

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Darin Severinson has been hired by Rural Health Development (RHD) as the new administrator of the Imperial Manor/Parkview/Heights senior facilities. He began working Aug. 16. RHD manages the facilities for the city of...
  • Champion residents not happy with tree removal

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Champion residents were dismayed to find trees being torn down around the Champion Lake dam earlier this week. The tree removal is part of a project by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) to repair the dam a...
  • Rabid sheep causes stir at county fair

    No infected sheep ever on the fairgrounds By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Fair livestock exhibitors and superintendents got a little unnerved early last week when it was learned a sheep that was intended to be shown at the fair had contracted rab...
  • Fair completes another successful run

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Judging by the crowds on the fairgrounds throughout the week, especially Friday and Saturday night, the Chase County Fair looked like the place to be last week. Looking back on the week, fair board members felt the...
  • City’s proposed budget includes pay freeze for department heads

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s four department heads will see no increases in their salaries for 2010-11, based on figures in the city’s proposed budget. However, other city employees will see an average of 3 percent pay raises if th...
  • It’s back to books for kids

    The first day of 2010-11 classes at Chase County Schools arrived Wednesday this week for K-12 students. Shortly before 8 a.m., students and parents were arriving in droves, but traffic was slowed along East 9th in front of the school as street replacement...
  • Rodney Atkins show big hit with country fans

    Saturday night’s Chase County Fair concert headlined by country star Rodney Atkins was a big hit with the crowd of 2,250. The star from east Tennessee got up close with the fans. (Republican photo)...
  • Car rams into Kuecker home in northwest Imperial

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Kermit Kuecker of Imperial was in his kitchen when he got a jolt he didn’t expect shortly around noon, Friday, Aug. 20. A 2008 Mercury Sable, driven by 19-year-old Joshua Reichard, slammed into a bedroom in the n...
  • Man arrested, charged with sexual assault of child

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Nicholas Gonzales, 22, is in the Chase County Jail after being charged with sexual assault of a child. The arrest was made late Friday night at the Chase County Fairgrounds following an alleged assault to a 12-year-ol...
  • Mueller turns in over 500 petition signatures

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican On Monday, Kevin Mueller turned in well over the number of petition signatures he needs for a place on the Chase County ballot for sheriff. However, whether he’s earned a place on the ballot by petition won’t be k...
  • Recalled eggs not found in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Amidst a nationwide recall of eggs sold by Hillandale Farms and Wright County Farms, both of Iowa, consumers in Imperial should be happy to know that neither of the two grocery stores carries eggs from those businesse...
  • School bells to ring Aug. 25 for opening day

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It’s the last week of summer vacation for students at Chase County Schools. School bells will ring next Wednesday, Aug. 25, calling K-12 students back to classes. School Supt. Matt Fisher said a full day of classes ...
  • Fair schedule full of events

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s Chase County Fair officially kicked off Sunday with the annual 4-H horse show. This year’s edition of the fair promises to live up to its tradition of being outstate Nebraska’s greatest county f...
  • Sen. Johanns: country’s debt reaching critical stages

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican If a plan to reduce the United States’ growing debt is not addressed seriously in the coming years, the consequences will put us in unchartered waters. That’s the assessment of Nebraska U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns, who...
  • City employees celebrate 30 years

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican In these days, when people tend to change jobs due to various circumstances, it’s unusual for someone to work for the same employer for 30 years. Yet, two city of Imperial employees celebrated just that last week. C...
  • New, interactive community calendar up and running

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican With at least 50 active organizations operating in Imperial, events being scheduled on the same date is not uncommon. And, sometimes, communication about an organization’s meeting time or special event isn’t as go...
  • Another basin in state to study water management

    The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will receive a $350,000 grant from the Bureau of Reclamation’s Basin Study Program to study water management options in the Niobrara River Basin.   DNR Director Brian Dunnigan said, “I am pleased tha...
  • UNL student helping news staff out fair week

    Cameras at the fair are a common site. With all of the events underway this week, the newspapers in Imperial and Wauneta will have an extra pair of hands on a camera, helping out with all of the news coverage. Tawny Burmood, a journalism student at the U...
  • Holy Toledo, it’s hot!

    The best place to be the last several days has been inside beside the air conditioner, sipping a cool drink. Starting Saturday, high temperatures crept over the 90°F mark and have hovered around there since. To make things feel just a little bit hott...

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