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Imperial has a national Pitch, Hit, Run champion

Imperial has a national Pitch, Hit, Run champion

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican An experience of a lifetime. That’s what Imperial 14-year-old Josie Peterson and her family experienced this week in Minneapolis at Major League Baseball’s 85th All-Star Game events. It was on Monday as part of those All-Star Game activities that th...

First renter moves into new housing project

First renter moves into new housing project

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican There are piles of dirt in the yard, but there are shades in the windows. Cassie Carman and son Zariah are moving into their new rental home in the Cornerstone Development Park. They are the first to move into Heather Estates, located on the north side o...

Twenty-five bikes, cars in Mayor’s Charity Poker Run

Twenty-five bikes, cars in Mayor’s Charity Poker Run

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Mayor Dwight Coleman termed Saturday’s Charity Poker Run a big success. With 22 motorcycles and three cars taking part in the 160-mile trek, the mayor’s goal of 25 vehicles was met. Twenty-seven people in all were registered. Being a charity event, ...

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Pee Wee Black closes out regular season with pair of wins; is tourney sixth seed

Pee Wee Black closes out regular season with pair of wins; is tourney sixth seed

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It’s tournament time this week for the Tri-County Pee Wee Baseball League. Imperial Black finished its regular season last week with two wins, and earned the No. 6 seed in the league’s tournament underway this week in Wallace. Black finished the reg...

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Feed My Starving Children event here next week

Volunteers still needed for packing event By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican In three days next week, volunteers will pack more than 272,000 meals for hungry kids around the world. The 4th...

Eagles vote to keep club alive

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #3472 voted resoundingly to keep their club alive during a membership meeting held Monday night at the club in...

‘Heaven is for Real’ DVD out Tuesday

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Another surge of sales is expected to start next week when the DVD of “Heaven is for Real” is released. Official release date nationwide is July 22 and several...

First renter moves into new housing project

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican There are piles of dirt in the yard, but there are shades in the windows. Cassie Carman and son Zariah are moving into their new rental home in the Cornerstone...

Twenty-five bikes, cars in Mayor’s Charity Poker Run

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Mayor Dwight Coleman termed Saturday’s Charity Poker Run a big success. With 22 motorcycles and three cars taking part in the 160-mile trek, the mayor’s...

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Board takes closer look at bullying policy; discusses random drug testing

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Lengthy discussion on a current school policy and one being looked at comprised much of the July 8 CCS board of education meeting. The current anti-bullying...

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Imperial has a national Pitch, Hit, Run champion

Imperial has a national Pitch, Hit, Run champion

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican An experience of a lifetime. That’s what Imperial 14-year-old Josie Peterson and her family experienced this week in Minneapolis at Major League Baseball’s...

Pee Wee Black closes out regular season with pair of wins; is tourney sixth seed

Pee Wee Black closes out regular season with pair of wins; is tourney sixth seed

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican It’s tournament time this week for the Tri-County Pee Wee Baseball League. Imperial Black finished its regular season last week with two wins, and earned...

NGP Commissioners open entire state to teal hunting

All of Nebraska will be open for teal hunting in 2014. The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners adopted changes to teal and youth waterfowl hunting seasons at their meeting July 11 at Niobrara...

NASCAR stars Schrader, Wallace coming to Imperial Monday for ‘meet and greet’

It’s BST’s best against well-known NASCAR racers Kenny Schrader and Kenny Wallace as they race modifieds at the Phillips County Raceway in Holyoke, Colo., Monday, July 21. Heat races begin at 7 p.m....

Matt Klima wins Men’s Open

Matt Klima of Wauneta topped the field of 48 golfers to win the 2014 Men’s Open held in memory of Kenny Denker. Klima carded a 107 after three rounds of play at the July 13 tourney held at the Enders...

Juniors fall to top seed to end season

Two Imperial Pony teams take top spots in league tourney

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