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  • Telephone company hopes to double business in two years

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one in a series of features that will spotlight businesses in Imperial. The community has a thriving business community, and all residents may not realize the extent of services and products local businesses provide. This fea...
  • Although not generally as profitable, Imperial recycling program important

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    While cities across Nebraska are re-evaluating their recycling programs, in light of a depressed economy and low prices for recycled material, Imperial City Clerk/Administrator Jo Leyland is optimistic about the...
  • Moisture up in 2008 as plentiful summer rains fall

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    For a second year, moisture recorded in Imperial increased from the year before, by about an inch and a half.    For 2008, a total of 22.77 inches fell within the Imperial city limits, compared to 21.31 inche...
  • Meeting for county’s hazardous mitigation plan set for Jan. 20

        Chase County is leading a planning effort to develop a “Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan” which includes the Chase County areas of Enders, Champion, Imperial, Wauneta, Chase County Schools, Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools and the Upp...
  • Leylands attend unusual wedding in NYC

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Jo and Jeff Leyland of Imperial were able to experience a part of New York City that most tourists don’t get to see, thanks to Jo’s nephew. He and his future wife were chosen to participate in MTV’s “Eng...
  • Chambers’ ag technology fair set for Thursday, Jan. 15

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Area farmers and ranchers who want to see what technology can do for their operations should plan to attend the Imperial Chamber’s Ag Technology Fair in Imperial Thursday, Jan. 15.    The expo will be hel...
  • Water heads 2008’s top stories, but summer crop prices a close second

     By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Water and crops.     With the importance of water and agriculture in this area, those two components of life in Chase County are entwined.    And, they just so happen to be the year’s top two stories i...
  • Water heads 2008’s top stories, but summer crop prices a close second

     By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Water and crops.     With the importance of water and agriculture in this area, those two components of life in Chase County are entwined.    And, they just so happen to be the year’s top two stories i...
  • Progress also means allowing and accepting change

    By Sheila StrombergerPresident, Chase County SchoolsBoard of Education    I don’t know about all of you, but I always look forward to the “Progress Edition” of the Imperial Republican.     I think it’s amazing to see how far our community ha...
  • Many births recorded during the past year

        Danny and Vanessa Terryberry of Imperial, twin boys, Trace Dalton and Kye Evan, born Dec. 20, 2007, at St. Elizabeth Regional Medical Center in Lincoln.    Theron and Stacey (Hain) Troxel of Hickman, a boy, Samuel John Troxel, born Jan. 4, 2008....

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