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  • Seven Longhorn athletes make fall academic all-state list

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    The Nebraska School Activities Association (NSAA) has announced the high school students across the state who have earned 2008 academic all-state awards for the fall sports seasons.    This program recognizes...
  • Local residents, city gain state and national achievements

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Statewide, and in some cases, national recognition was earned by a number of area residents in 2008 in professional, philanthropic or athletic arenas.    Bruce Vires the Nebraska School Activities Association...
  • 2008 an exciting year for agriculture, challenges ahead

    By Teri MossCounty Executive Director,Chase County FSA Office    Agriculture is definitely the bread and butter at FSA.  Agricultural producers have had an exciting year!      We started the year with rising land prices and rising costs.  Commodi...
  • Driver escapes with minimal injuries in weekend accident

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    After his pickup flew an estimated 50 feet before hitting the ground, the driver of a 1988 Ford pickup miraculously escaped with minimal injuries.    Rodney Brown, 27, of Imperial crawled out of the crumpled ...
  • You have chance to help shape city’s future growth

    By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor    You’ll find this week’s issue of The Imperial Republican a little larger than our average weekly newspaper.    It’s our annual Progress Issue, in which much of the edition is devoted to th...
  • Library, readers benefit from donated memorial funds

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    When people donate memorial money to the Lied Imperial Public Library, there are hundreds of readers who owe them their thanks.    Library Director Beth Falla said they rely on the funds given in memory of a ...
  • Year concludes with adoption celebration for Coltons

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Dec. 31 was a special day in the Charley and Carla Colton household. Foster child LaReina officially became LaReina Raphaelita Colton.    The adoption ceremony took place at the Chase County Courthouse.   ...
  • Windbreaks around acreage, farm, ranch homes provide many benefits

    Goal is to plant 1.7 million trees each year    Windbreaks around homes conserve energy, provide snow control, improve working and recreational conditions, enhance wildlife, provide visual screening and dust control, protect livestock, and can increase...
  • West Central Extension Educator is hired

    Strauch to focus on ag business, profitability    Brian Strauch grew up dreaming of owning a farm or ranch, but wasn’t fortunate enough to inherit an operation, so he became an extension educator instead.    He started his new job with the Univers...
  • Koellner Enterprises provides construction work of all types

    ■ 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 feat...
  • Progress continues on Coop. office complex

    Workers were down in the hole Saturday setting foundation forms for the new Frenchman Valley Coop.’s office complex being built at the corner of 2nd and Broadway Sts. in Imperial. Coop. officials hope the $1.7 million structure will be ready for occupan...
  • Open house, info meeting planned for URNRD Jan. 6

    Info meeting to address a number of water topicsBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    The staff and board of directors of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) will hold an open house at their new building at 511 East 5th Street ...
  • Former resident featured in film out on DVD this month

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Garrett Smith, 32, a 1995 graduate of Chase County High School, is seen in several segments of the film, “All Roads Lead Home,” which will be out on DVD Jan. 13.    Much of the movie was shot on the groun...
  • Community dinner Christmas Day serves estimated 220 people

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    It was a huge success.    That’s how organizers rate last Thursday’s Community Christmas Day dinner, which served an estimated 220 to 230 people.    The dinner was coordinated by the Ministerial Associ...
  • Sen. Christensen headed back to Lincoln for start of new session

    Revenue downturn is expected to affect budgetBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    When Nebraska’s Legislature convenes next Wednesday, Jan. 7, the state’s anticipated budget woes will face the 49-member body.    Sen. Mark Christensen of Im...
  • Community attitude survey will be out in January utility bills

    Survey important as cityofficials plan for future By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Imperial residents will get their chance to let city officials know what they think about housing, services provided in the community and other factors in an upc...
  • New pool/football complex leads improvements for 2008

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    In 2008, Imperial continued a long tradition of investing in its future, evidenced by a number of building projects completed during the year.     Three of the biggest efforts were public works projects: a ...
  • Bed and Breakfast a hospitable choice

    ■ 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 feat...
  • Love of flying creates a hobby

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    “I’ve always been an airplane nut.” That’s according to 86-year old Vilas Smith of Champion. That love turned the pilot in another direction in 1973, when he built his first radio-controlled airplane. ...
  • Interest shown in Career Academy

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Five students are considering the “Career Academy” program at Chase County Schools. The program, initiated this past fall, allows a student to take an additional, or fifth, year of high school, to obtain an ...

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