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  • Grass fire scorches acres at city limits

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Homeowners in the northwest part of Imperial experienced some heightened concerns last Thursday as a grass fire burned dangerously close to their properties.    Winds that seemingly picked up all of a sudden ...
  • State alleges 13-year-old involved in church fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    A 13-year-old Imperial youth is alleged to have been involved in the Aug. 28, 2008, fire at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Imperial.    In the youth’s first hearing in Chase County Juvenile Court on Mar...
  • City, schools and hospital join in county-wide emergency alert system

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    An emergency message delivery system will soon be in place in Chase County, that will inform residents quickly of weather alerts, road closings, evacuations, school closings and more.    Spearheaded by Chase ...
  • What people won’t do to make money illegally

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Business owners, bankers and law enforcement personnel took advantage of a counterfeit detection seminar in Imperial Tuesday to learn how to thwart thieves from profiting from bad currency, money orders and more...
  • Burnside turned over to Kansas authorities on felony burglary charges there

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Blake Burnside was in Chase County Court Wednesday, March 4, and after his hearing, was quickly whisked off to Kansas with Comanche County authorities on two felony burglary warrants in that state.    Burnsid...
  • FCSAmerica distributes $2.2 million to area producers

        Farm Credit Services of America (FCSAmerica) customers in theNorth Platte Marketplace area, which includes Dundy, Chase, Perkins, Keith, Red Willow, Hitchcock, Furnas, Frontier, Hayes, Lincoln, Arthur, McPherson, Logan, Thomas, Hooker, Grant and Ch...
  • Lynn Flaming awarded ‘Friend of Conservation Award’

        Lynn Flaming of Elsie was awarded the Upper Republican NRD 2008 Friend of Conservation Award, Saturday night in Enders at the Southwestern Nebraska Pheasants Forever 19th Annual Banquet.     Flaming and his wife Marlene were present to receive t...
  • Private pesticide training set for March 23 in Trenton

        An additional training date for individuals that need to renew their Private Pesticide Certification has been set in Trenton on March 23 at 10 a.m. in the Hitchcock County Courthouse.     This date will also allow those wishing to get their init...
  • Stromberger steer takes top honors at Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic

        An 870 lb. crossbred steer shown by Tanner Stromberger of Imperial was selected the Supreme Market Animal at the 2009 Nebraska Cattlemen’s Classic Feb. 22 in Kearney.    The steer topped between 300 and 350 other animals in the competition hel...
  • Thrift, resell stores confused about new federal law regarding children’s items

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican    Becky Berry, manager of the Imperial Community Center and its thrift shop, wants some answers regarding a federal law that took effect Feb. 10. The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) says that produ...
  • More than $4,000 raised in memory of Logan Bauman

    Funds will be used for Pheasants Forever youth activitiesBy Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    The Andy Bauman family of Parker, Colo., still try to make some sense of the death of their 14-year-old son and brother, Logan.    Logan was killed D...
  • Imperial’s wood bat baseball team to organize for summer

    Player meeting set for March 18By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Area men interested in playing on Imperial’s wood bat baseball team this summer should attend an organizational meeting next Wednesday, March 18.    The meeting will be held a...
  • Only three area teams in this week’s boys state tournament

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    Three area teams will represent southwest Nebraska in this week’s boys state basketball tournament which begins today (Thursday) and runs through Saturday.     SPVA conference winner Sutherland (17-6) goe...
  • Horse trainer coming to Julesburg this weekend

        Scott Wehrmann, respected natural horseman, will present a one-day demonstration clinic gentling horses at the Sedgwick County Fairgrounds indoor arena in Julesburg, Colo., on Saturday, March 14, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.     The clinic is open to t...
  • Seniors lead most categories in season-ending basketball stats

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican    This year’s seniors led most of the categories in the final season statistics for the Longhorns’ 2008-09 basketball campaign.     As a team, the Longhorns finished with a 4-16.    A look at the shoot...
  • Umpire clinic on tap this Sunday at Campbell field

     By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Imperial will host a baseball clinic for umpires this Sunday, March 15.    The clinic will be held at Imperial’s Campbell Park on West 7th Street beginning at 1 p.m., and should conclude no later than 4 p...
  • Level 3 sex offender residing in Imperial

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican        The Nebraska State Patrol is informing people that a registered Level 3 sex offender is residing in Imperial.     Kenneth Lee Wright, 41, is now residing in Imperial at 227 East 5th Street.     A ...
  • Sixteen-year-old involved in one-vehicle accident Saturday

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    Sixteen-year-old Diana D. Benitez of Imperial was involved in a one-vehicle accident Saturday morning, northwest of Champion.    According to a report from the State Patrol, Benitez’s 1997 Toyota pickup lef...
  • Troopers to beef up patrols this week

        Troopers and dispatchers with the Nebraska State Patrol will be putting in overtime hours as part of high visibility enforcement efforts in conjunction with this week’s boys state basketball tournament in Lincoln.      A grant of $8, 550 from...
  • Sales tax funds to aid reopening of former Sweden Creme

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    The former R&M Sweden Creme at 1134 Broadway will be reopening in April under new ownership.    Purchase of the restaurant is being helped with a $40,000 low-interest loan from the city’s sales tax funds ea...

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