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  • Big spike in rates take effect this week for SourceGas customers

    Beginning Oct. 1, SourceGas will charge higher rates for natural gas service in Nebraska. The company has applied to the Nebraska Public Service Commission for a rate increase. State law permits “interim rates” to be charged to customers while the Co...
  • Republican, Platte Rivers take center stage at national conference

    Awareness. Accountability. Cooperation. Commitment. Coalitions. Opportunity. Those are the fundamentals for an effective approach to the management of invasive species, According to Mike Sarchet of Minatare, Neb., a member of the Nebraska Riparian Vegetat...
  • Republican Basin not served well by arbitrary deadlines

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-PublisherIt’s been less than two weeks since irrigators in the Republican Basin learned that wells near the river could be shut down without any compensation in water-short years to keep the state in complian...
  • Punt, pass, kick contest draws 34 youths

    Thirty-four youths gathered at the new football field on East 9th St., Sunday for the annual punt, pass and kick football contest, sponsored locally by the Imperial Jaycees. In the contest, youths punt, pass and kick a football for distance and accuracy. ...
  • School preparing for homecoming next week

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns and their supporters are getting ready for 2009 Homecoming. Things will kick off this Sunday, Oct. 4, when students and patrons are being asked to decorate the school beginning at 1:30 p.m....
  • Governor wants Republican Basin compliance plan done by December

    By Nate JenkinsAssociated Press Writer KEARNEY (AP) —A new plan to keep Nebraska in compliance with the Republican River compact is on the fast track. On Monday, Gov. Dave Heineman told natural resources district officials, including those from the Repu...
  • Longhorns roll past Morrill 48-5 for third win

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican With a 48-5 win over Morrill Friday, the Chase County Longhorns picked up their third win in four starts Friday night.      While the Longhorns dominated the ball game for their first district win, Coach Dan Lenn...
  • Varsity team still above .500 mark

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Just past the halfway point of the season, Chase County’s varsity volleyball team remains above the .500 mark as it entered this week’s action with a 9-8 record. The Lady Longhorns finished 2-2 in action the past ...
  • Longhorn boys win Dundy County/Stratton meet, 5th at UNK invite

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s cross country boys added another title to the list, winning the Dundy County/Stratton invite last Thursday, Sept. 24. Then, on Monday, the boys finished fifth in a 21-team field in the Class D division...
  • Free youth trap shoot this Sunday

    A free youth trap shoot designed to teach rules and etiquette of the sport will be held Sunday, Oct. 4 at the Plainsman Trap Club, south of Imperial, on the Bob Grams farm. Youths through the 12th grade are invited to take part. The event will start at 1:...

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