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  • Early arrival ensures McCook lad’s first baby of year honors

    By Connie Jo DiscoeThe McCook Gazette Sarah and Brian Garcia of McCook had no idea their new baby might be the Gazetteland’s “New Year’s Baby 2010.” The baby wasn’t due until Jan. 10, and it seemed that by Jan. 3, someone else should have alread...
  • Pelini says Nebraska ‘force to be reckoned with’

    By Eric OlsonAP Sports Writer LINCOLN (AP)—A 33-0 Holiday Bowl rout of Arizona was Nebraska’s sixth win in seven games and provided further evidence that coach Bo Pelini has positioned the Cornhuskers to be major players on the national scene again. ...
  • Girls turn in season’s best shooting at holiday tourney

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A team won’t lose too many games when they shoot 51%. That’s what the Lady Longhorns tallied in their 48-36 win over Maxwell in the consolation finals of last week’s holiday tournament. Chase County’s girls’...
  • Slow start costly to Longhorns in holiday tourney consolation

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The Chase County Longhorns matched their season high last week in the holiday tournament consolation game.                               Unfortunately, their 51 points came in the final ...
  • Mission 22q: A quest to help other parents

    ■ Editor’s note: This article is being reprinted with permission from The Lincoln Journal newspaper. Imperial native Tyler Pribbeno was among the University of Nebraska-Lincoln law students who was quoted in the article after his involvement in the pr...
  • Public invited to science fair at school

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The students of seventh and eighth grade science teacher Kim Wilson will be displaying their science projects at Chase County Schools Friday, and the public is invited to view them. The students will be displaying the...
  • Longhorns played season on new football field

    Getting the lights on the football field, after a lengthy controversy about the height of the poles, allowed the Chase County Longhorns to play their home games on the new field. This was the inaugural kickoff for the new field when the Longhorns played h...
  • Chase County School’s musical ‘Pirates of Penzance’ rescheduled for this month

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A pair of dates has been secured for the rescheduled Chase County Schools’ musical, “Pirates of Penzance,” according to director Randy Hayes. Originally scheduled last October, the musical will now be staged on ...
  • Imperial native has to be strong as deployed soldier and mother

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican “The life of a soldier is not meant for everyone. The life of a deployed mother is meant for even less. Some days, I wonder if I am meant for it, if I am strong enough.” Those are the words of former Imperial re...
  • Warning issued about fake prize letters

    Attorney General Jon Bruning is warning consumers to watch out for fake prize letters that may appear to be from a state agency. Some consumers have recently received mailings that claim they’ve won a prize from the State of Nebraska Commissioners of Re...
  • New sex offender registry law in effect

    The State of Nebraska has a new Sex Offender Registry (SOR) Law. The new law passed by the Legislature in May, 2009, moves the Nebraska Sex Offender Registry (SOR) toward compliance with the Adam Walsh Child Protection Safety Act of 2006. Effective Jan. ...
  • New coop building, Catholic parish hall top 2009 improvements

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Two major building projects totaling nearly $2.5 million represented the ongoing investment in the future that helps keep the Imperial community strong. In addition, seven new businesses opened during 2009, signa...
  • New Year’s resolution to get in shape? Plenty of opportunities in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican It’s almost always on my list of goals for the new year. Lose weight. Maybe it’s on your list, too. Or maybe you just want to tone those muscles or develop better habits. Imperial offers many opportunities to me...
  • Travel during Christmas snowstorm more difficult outside Chase County

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Traffic advisories warning people to stay at home during the Christmas weekend pertained more to people traveling to and from eastern Nebraska and Colorado than to Chase County itself. According to the National Weathe...
  • City sales tax tally down a bit in October

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican October’s proceeds from Imperial’s city sales tax was down from several previous months. Despite the drop, the sales tax funds gained $25,067.08 that month. While it represents the lowest monthly total for nearly ...
  • Robinson retires after 30 years with fire department

    Ken Robinson doesn’t have any idea how many fire calls he responded to over 30 years with the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD). “I responded to as many as I could,” he said recently. Robinson, 65, retired Dec. 1 from the fire department,...
  • Weather hampers Christmas Day dinner, but 150 still served

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Weather conditions on Christmas Day in Imperial and surrounding areas weren’t conducive to getting outside. But, despite the winter storm conditions on Friday, the third annual Christmas Day dinner in Imperial still...
  • City ends daycare assessment

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The city of Imperial will no longer be conducting a survey concerning daycare needs in the community. Community Development Director Leslie Carlholm said she believes that parents of daycare age children who had recen...
  • Library’s audio books for MP3 players are popular

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The printed, hand-held book will probably never go out of style. However, there are now more and more ways to receive a book, thanks to ever-changing technology. Over a year ago, the Lied Imperial Public Library recei...
  • Firm planning January start on lift station work

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican That’s not more playground equipment in Imperial’s Campbell Park. Arriving several weeks ago, the large shoring box and wet well tubes have been covered with snow as they sit in the park’s northeast section w...

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