A big event is coming to Imperial in June. The annual Bike Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN), which starts in Ogallala this year, has chosen Imperial for its first overnight stop on June 3.
Ag & Business
The Nebraska Department of Labor (NDOL) opened a new job center in Sidney last week.
Like many Decembers the past few years, December 2017 proved to be a lucrative one for the city of Imperial’s sales tax collection.
Debbie Kuenning is the UNL Extension Educator and oversees 4H and youth development for Chase and Perkins Counties.
The photo above was taken of the ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the CCS Bank in School program. Standing in front from left are students Jim Sims, Kadin Vrbas, Ryley Vrbas, Noah Griffin, Clarissa Chaparro, Maddie Elliott, Kassidy Barrett, Sophie Fiedler, LaReina Colton and Lauren Prior. Back row from left are Adams Bank & Trust representatives: Landen Lawless, Ag Relationship Coordinator; Katie Flaig, Financial Services Representative; Kerri Anderson, Senior Retail Banker; Jake Burke, Ag Banker and Mandy Adams Hoover, CFO. (Johnson Publications photo)
Following the project theme of saving, a $4,000 large check from the Imperial Community Foundation Fund was presented to students serving as tellers for the day. Lori Pankonin, at left, explained investment earnings from the ICFF savings make the support possible. Another $2,000 benefited the project from an anonymous donor. (Johnson Publications photo)
Valentine’s Day served as the grand opening at CCS for a program called Bank in School developed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.