Grain marketing workshops will be offered at several sites across Nebraska starting next month to assist grain producers minimize losses during this time of low prices.
Ag & Business
A $2,000 check was turned over to the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department (IVFD) Monday from the Farm Credit Services of America (FmCSA) “Working Here” grant program. Making the check presentation, at right, was Willy O’Neil, insurance officer with FmCSA to Skip Kelley, left, IVFD dive team captain, and dive team member Dan Robinson. The IVFD members said the funds will be earmarked for purchase of an inflatable boat for use by the department’s dive team. An application for the grant funds was made by the department. (Johnson Publications photo)
Women in Imperial and Ogallala will have the chance to learn how to defend themselves, thanks to a new class offered by Mid-Plains Community College.
Imperial Chamber of Commerce members are in the process of nominating fellow businesses, owners, managers and others for their annual awards.
A familiar face will be leaving the Imperial Republican this February. Newspaper reporter Carolyn Lee is retiring after years of dedication and service to Johnson Publications.