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City council members, left, and county commissioners, seated far right, listen as representatives from the League of Municipalities and Nebraska Association of County Officials, seated front right, provide answers to a variety of questions posed before and during the meeting. More than 20 Imperial and county residents were present at the joint meeting.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Could city, county be headed for mediation?

    Mediation could well be the next step in trying to solve the conflict between the City of Imperial and Chase County.

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Concrete work is nearly complete at the Chase County Veterans Memorial site on the courthouse grounds. Imperial Contracting finished up one of the sidewalk pours last week, as workers Dylan Davis, front, John Dietz and owner Ryan Greene, right, pick up equipment. (Johnson Publications photo)

Veterans Memorial nearing completion

    It’s been a long road since the conception of a veterans memorial in Chase County became a reality.
    Nevertheless, it is close to completion.

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The new vicar, Stanley Lacey, is in training for a year at Zion Lutheran Church under the direction of Pastor David Kahle. Pictured are his wife, Payton, holding one-year-old son, James, and the vicar, holding three-year-old son, Andy. (Johnson Publications photo)

Lutheran vicar finds Imperial community unique, refreshing

    Seminary student Vicar Stanley Lacey and family are enjoying the local community while he fulfills his training obligation at Zion Lutheran Church.



The Imperial Republican

308-882-4453 (Phone)

622 Broadway St

PO Box 727

Imperial, NE 69033