Local News

    It’s not big news to ag producers in this area that moisture levels in 2020 were down considerably.

    After two and a half years here, Dr. Liz Hatz will be leaving employment at the hospital and clinics when her contract ends Jan. 31.

■ Editor’s note: This newspaper will begin a regular Q & A column in the coming weeks that will field citizen questions on city of Imperial services.


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They’re back.

In a year when almost everything has been overshadowed by
COVID-19, one crowning achievement stands out and will pay dividends for Imperial for years to come.

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What a year it’s been! Is it still March?


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Amy Bryner | Johnson Publications
Dawson Mollendor has the advantage here against one of the two Garden County wrestlers he faced Saturday.

Chase County competed in its first 2021 meet Saturday after the holiday break, traveling to the Garden County Invitational in Oshkosh.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications
Zoey Boos’ eyes lock on to the ball after she knocks it loose from the Hitchcock County guard.

The Wauneta-Palisade girls’ basketball team ran its record to 8-4 with wins over Hitchcock County and Southwest.
The Broncos steamrolled Hitchcock County Friday.

Once inside the arena, the Nebraska State Wrestling Championship Meet will have a different look in February.

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