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  • Help children cope with holiday stress

    By Brenda AufdenkampUNL Extension Educator Holiday season is upon us with jack-o-lanterns behind us and shopping, decorations and big family dinners ahead. It is the time to be merry, but it’s also the time of disruption in daily schedules and general c...
  • CCS grad performs at music educators conference

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican At the Nebraska Music Educators Association (NMEA) state conference last week in Lincoln, the Concordia University Chamber Choir performed a concert for attendees.   Tapainga Kahle, a Concordia freshman from Imperial...
  • Cooperative Water Agreement Signed with Colorado, Kansas & Nebraska

    Republican River Compact Adjustments to Benefit Basin Water Users (Manhattan, Kan.) Reflecting a new spirit of cooperation, Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska today have reached an historic agreement during a special meeting of the Republican River Compact ...
  • Not too early to think about Christmas mailing

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Beginning this past Monday, the U.S. Postal Service is delivering packages seven days a week in major cities and high volume areas through Christmas Day, in response to expected double-digit package volume growth. How...
  • Electric rates heading upward Dec. 1; major airport project coming in 2015

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Electrical rate increases were approved by the city council Monday. Imperial utility customers will see the new, higher rates Dec. 1. The increases will affect all eight rate classes that receive electricity through t...
  • Shop at Home drawings begin Friday for $1,250 in Chamber Bucks

    Hunt continues for Imperial’s Gem By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican “A Treasure of Savings” represents the theme for the Imperial Chamber’s Shop at Home awareness campaign this year. The Chamber will give away $1,250 in Chamber Bucks in fiv...
  • Reception held for new doctor, hospital CEO

    The Chase County Community Hospital and Clinic held a meet and greet reception for the public last Thursday to welcome Dr. David Younger and his wife, Kay, and hospital CEO Steve Lewis and his wife, Shirley. Dr. Younger joined the hospital staff in late O...
  • Dan Hughes preparing for new job in legislature

    By Tim LinscottGrant Tribune Sentinel A lifelong hard worker, Dan Hughes woke up Nov. 5, the day after the General Election, and immediately went to work as he would any normal day. On that day, however, Hughes wasn’t necessarily working hard on his fa...
  • Vision of Trees just around corner

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The 10th annual Vision of Trees at the Champion Community Center is just around the corner. The two-day event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. a...
  • Bountiful Baskets grows in popularity

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican A food co-op initiated in 2006 has grown from two sites and 120 families to 16 states and “countless” families, including many from Imperial. Bountiful Baskets is a non-profit co-op. It offers a conventional produ...
  • Don Hutchens receives Distinguished Service Award

    Don Hutchens, who recently concluded a long career as executive director of the Nebraska Corn Board, was named the 2014 recipient of the U.S. Meat Export Federation’s (USMEF) Distinguished Service Award. Established in 1991, the Distinguished Service Aw...
  • Co. commissioners review improved hospital financials; CEO also targets more caregivers

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze Chase County Community Hospital CEO Steve Lewis and board chairman Bob Mendenhall, Sr. stopped by the Chase County commissioners’ meeting Nov. 12 to update Commissioners Jodi Thompson, Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr. on t...
  • Postal Service headed in the wrong direction

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican At a time when businesses are doing all they can to improve customer service to keep their customers happy and help the business grow, the United States Postal Service (USPS) is doing just the opposite. For all i...
  • Reading important to principal

    CCS Elementary Principal Susie Stewart said reading to students is something she really enjoys. She put her words into action Monday when she spent most of the school day reading to an estimated 300 students over six hours in the school library. Her readi...
  • U.S. Cellular brings 4G LTE service to the area

    U.S. Cellular, in conjunction with its partner King Street Wireless, announced they have upgraded area towers to offer 4G LTE service. These upgrades now bring improved speeds to these communities: Imperial, Wauneta, Bartley, Beaver City, Brady, Culberts...
  • Public performances of One Act play

    After the Chase County Schools One Act play is performed at SPVA competition in North Platte Nov. 24, the public will be able to enjoy “The Chronicles of Jane: Book Seven.” Free performances will be given in the CCS auditorium Tuesday, Nov. 25 at 7:...
  • Lady Longhorns close out one of school’s best volleyball seasons

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican It was hard not to see the Lady Longhorn volleyball team qualify for last week’s state tournament, after having one of the best seasons on record. Finishing with a 26-3 season is the best finish for a Chase Coun...
  • Four from CCS headed to All-State Music events

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Four students from Chase County Schools are in Lincoln this week at All-State Music events sponsored by the Nebraska Music Educators Association. Senior Emma Bauerle was chosen a second year for the All-State Chorus...
  • Winter sports just two weeks from first contests

    The gyms have been busy at Chase County Schools with Monday’s start of basketball and wresting practices. The three varsity high school sports teams have a combined total of 69 athletes competing, with 26 on the girls’ basketball roster, 28 on the boy...
  • Poll: rural Nebraskans can’t always get what they need

    There’s a gap between what characteristics rural Nebraskans say are essential in a community and what currently exists in theirs, according to the Nebraska Rural Poll. The findings may reflect rural residents’ acceptance of the trade-offs that are inh...

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