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  • Crush finishes second in districts

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Imperial Crush finished second in the High Plains Adult baseball district tournament held in Imperial Saturday. The tournament turned into a three-team round robin after Kimball dropped out before the weekend. ...
  • Mroczeks umpire state baseball tournament

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A father-son team well-known in Imperial were selected to umpire the state class B Junior Legion baseball tournament in Holdrege, July 24-28. Marc Mroczek of Imperial and his dad, Ron Mroczek of Alma, teamed up with t...
  • Prestige Worldwide team wins co-ed softball championship

    An Imperial team, Prestige Worldwide, won the championship in this summer’s coed softball league, defeating Wauneta’s Good Times in an extra inning championship game last Friday night, 18-17. Prestige went through the tournament held Aug. 3, 6 and...
  • Ben Treffer Band sure to please fairgoers

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A band that has opened for such groups as Emerson Drive, The Boulder Acoustic Society, Jim Salestrom and The Jim Rice Band will be performing for a dance at the Chase County Fair this Saturday night. The Ben Treffer B...
  • Fair’s photo contest draws 66 entries; on display at fairgrounds

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Sixty-six entries vied for cash prizes in this year’s Chase County Fair photography contest. Contest coordinator Sheri Clevenger said the entries for this popular contest continue to grow. In fact, there were so man...
  • Income guidelines announced for school lunch, other nutrition food programs

    The Nebraska Department of Education’s Nutrition Services office has announced the income eligibility guidelines for free and reduced price meals for persons unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch, Breakfast, Specia...
  • City sales tax for May tops $30,000 again

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican For the 12th time, the city’s monthly proceeds from its one percent sales tax on qualified purchases topped the $30,000 mark. May’s sales tax receipts were the 26th month for the collection of the tax in Imperial,...
  • Fairgrounds turned into Oasis for Chuck Wagon Steak Supper

    Fair supporters gathered Friday night at the open air auditorium at Chase County Fairgrounds to celebrate the beginning of the fair. Individuals, organizations, businesses and fair board members mingled under “palm trees” designed from pine trees, and...
  • Council will consider ordinance change to allow restaurant business signage

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican An old wrecker and pickup at the corner of East 12th and Wellington Sts., may be allowed to remain at the site, if a change in the city’s nuisance ordinance is approved at the next council meeting. Owners of Smokin...
  • Biggest fair in western Nebraska begins Sunday

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Hold on to your hats or caps and prepare to ride to the Chase County Fair! It seems early this year to many people, but the fair begins Sunday. As always, events begin with the 4-H Horse Show at 8 a.m. Sunday morning ...
  • Purchase of Miller ground gives Imperial a development site

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican The recent purchase by the City of Imperial of 67 acres of farm ground on the east edge of Imperial gives the town something it’s never had—an industrial development area. The ground borders Hwy. 61 on the east...
  • One-car rollover claims the life of 21-year-old Elisha Sanchez

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Tragedy struck the Imperial community again late Monday evening. Just three weeks after a Perkins County accident claimed the life of 28-year-old Chase County native Debra Ridlen Palser,  the community lost another...
  • Teachers log on to new laptops

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Schools has taken possession of new laptops for both high school students and their teachers. Junior high and high school teachers began learning about the Macs this week during on-site training. The scho...
  • Coltons drawn to Imperial by technology, feeling of caring

    ■ Editor’s note: This is the one in a series of feature stories about people who have returned with their families to their hometown of Imperial, after working in other communities.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Nick Colton grew up in Imperia...
  • Register now for fall college courses

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Mid-Plains Community College has a wide variety of for-credit and not-for-credit classes offered in Imperial this fall. Registration is now being accepted, as many classes begin soon. The classes are offered in a vari...
  • City wishing to sell Steinway piano

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican In 1989, the city of Imperial purchased and installed a Steinway grand piano in the Imperial Theatre, to be used for recitals and concerts. Now, the city is seeking input on the future of the piano. Members of the Imp...
  • Wauneta Medical Clinic now fully paid for thanks to $100,000 bequeathal

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Their lives’ journeys included stints in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, Coast Guard service in the Asiatic Pacific Theatre during World War II, and successful business careers in North Platte. But in the end, home to...
  • Husband/wife optometry team joins First Insight

    By Jan RahnThe Grant Tribune-Sentinel An expansion in patient care is taking place at First Insight Eyecare. Joining Dr. Tim Meyer in his practice are the husband and wife team of Eric and Tori Gengenbach. The couple joined Meyer’s staff this summer, ...
  • First wheat variety test results now available

    Many of the 2009 winter wheat variety test results are now available online and the rest will soon follow, said a University of Nebraska–Lincoln specialist. Each year, UNL tests winter wheat varieties in several locations throughout the state, said Bob ...
  • Engines revving for demolition derby

    The Demolition Derby at the Chase County Fair this year will continue to offer a weld division, as well as the no weld and compact divisions. This year the total purse is $6,000. Chairman Bryan Dannatt noted that the compact division was added about six y...

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