Johnny Walker, accompanied by his wife, Nel, captivated over 50 antique and collectible enthusiasts Sunday at the Chase County Museum.
By Becky Kuntzelman The Imperial Republican
In case some Nebraskans aren’t yet aware, the Cornhusker State is celebrating its 150th birthday this year.
By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican
More than 400 tickets were sold for the two Culpepper & Merriweather Circus performances in Imperial Saturday, brought to town by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce.
Beware of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s lowballing. That’s good advice for the Democrats and others who are getting cocky about defeating a Republican replacement for Obamacare.
By Bob Franken TV Journalist
Does anyone really know Ronald Reagan?
In his new book “The Working Class Republican,” a bracingly revisionist account of the 40th president, Henry Olsen answers “no.”
By Rich Lowry Editor, The National Review
With the left feverishly attempting to squash unwelcome speech on college campuses, with the president of the United States musing about tightening libel laws, with prominent liberals asserting tha
By By Rich Lowry Editor, The National Review
Imperial’s Senior Legion team saw their season come to an end Sunday in their third game of the Class C Area 7 district tournament in Overton.
By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican
Imperial’s three Pony League baseball teams completed their 2017 seasons in the Tri-County Tournament played June 28 through July 2 in Paxton. All three of Imperial’s teams lost their opening games so were eliminated from further tournament play. Sutherland defeated Grant in the tournament finals to win the championship. Above, the Imperial 3 team included, front from left, Tate Teply, Zak Anderson, Lukas Fries, Kolt Majors, Conner Einspahr, back from left, Evan O’Neil, Lleyton McDaniel, Destry Oxford, Braxton Chubb, Conner Stromberger, Tyce Hammerlun and Coach Eric McDaniel. (Photo courtesy of Heidi Anderson Photography)
Imperial’s Senior Legion baseball team will open play in the C7 area tournament in Overton on Friday.