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  • Meetings to explain options on CRP contracts

        There are a large number of acres that will expire from CRP contracts in the state of Nebraska on Sept. 30 of this year, and over 60 percent of those acres will be in the Panhandle.         As of today, there are no provisions for extensions...
  • Agro terrorism training planned here April 25

        Agro Terrorism Training Planned Southwest Nebraska Emergency Management and Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department are sponsoring a Foreign Animal Disease Response Training on April 24 in McCook and April 25 in Imperial.     This agro terro...
  • Alco’s ‘Cute Baby’ proceeds donation to food pantry

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    All those who voted for their favorite youngster in the Cute Baby Contest at Imperial’s Alco Store have also helped support the food pantry in Imperial.    Earlier this year, Alco conducted its third annual...
  • Legislature needs to fully fund state park system

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican Co-Publisher    Officials inside the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission want to hope for the best but are preparing for the worst when it comes to the level of funding the Nebraska Legislature will grant them in ...
  • Hispanic minister leaves Methodist Church

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    With regret Pastor Cesar Duran preached his last sermon at Ebenezer Church at First United Methodist Church in Imperial the end of March.    Pastor Duran and his family had to return to Mexico due to some imm...
  • Niobrara River irrigators win a round in water fight

        LINCOLNAP)—Irrigators along Nebraska’s Niobrara River will have another chance to convince a judge that the state was wrong to tell them to shut off their pumps two years ago.    In a ruling released Monday, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of App...
  • Flu cases seem to be declining

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Flu season is a tough time. Temperatures—and tempers—spike, children are even happy to go back to school, and parents are counting the days of work missed. Influenza has even sent some people to the hospital...
  • The beauty and magic that’s Augusta

    This year’s Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga., proved to be a memorable one with Angel Cabrera of Argentina defeating Kenny Perry of the U.S. in a playoff that ended on the second extra hole. Undoubtedly, one of the most famous sequence of holes ...
  • An unlikely end to another thrilling Sunday at Augusta

    By Paul NewberryAP National Writer    AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)—There were so many ways this most thrilling of Masters could have ended.    What if Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson had carried their duel into a playoff? Now that would have turned Augusta Na...
  • Imperial ball association to meet Thursday night

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Another meeting of the newly-reorganized Imperial Baseball/Softball Association (IBSA) will be held tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. in the city council chambers.    Bruce Peterson said they will discuss the grou...

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