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Back-to-back accidents involve two semis, two cars

Back-to-back accidents involve two semis, two cars

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican In 20 years of law enforcement, Chase County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Mike Dukes had not dealt with a situation like last Friday’s in Imperial. Within an hour’s span, two separate accidents happened, both involving a semi-trailer following a car, and bo...

More sites providing hot dogs for Chamber event

Local gardeners getting ready for first Farmer’s Market later this month By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Temperatures are increasing and so has the number of businesses participating in next week’s Hot Dog Days. The Chamber of Commerce event provides a free hot dog lunch each summe...

Fireworks to light up skies Saturday night

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Fireworks displays will fill the sky Saturday night, July 4, with Imperial’s annual fireworks show. This year’s display will be held at the Chase County fairgrounds and will begin shortly after dark. Members of the Imperial Volunteer Fire Department ...

What further effects will Court’s marriage decision bring?

By Jan Schultz, The Imperial Republican News Editor While same-sex marriage proponents gained a big win on Friday, repercussions from the U.S. Supreme Court’s split decision are certain to follow, affecting other areas of our lives. Nothing in the U.S. Constitution mandates a redefinition of ma...

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Back-to-back accidents involve two semis, two cars

Back-to-back accidents involve two semis, two cars

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican In 20 years of law enforcement, Chase County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Mike Dukes had not dealt with a situation like last Friday’s in Imperial. Within an hour’s...

Fireworks to light up skies Saturday night

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Fireworks displays will fill the sky Saturday night, July 4, with Imperial’s annual fireworks show. This year’s display will be held at the Chase County...

Seventeen enter delectable sweets in Dessert Wars

By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Twice as many entries competed for top honors in last Thursday’s Dessert Wars, giving taste-testers twice as many delectable sweets to sample. Seventeen contestants...

Hospital to lease new CT scanner

New scanner will improve imagery By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican With the lease on their current CT scanner ending in October, members of the Chase County Community Hospital Board opted...

Entries being accepted in fair’s photo contest

By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze Are you a photobug? Do you love taking pictures? Now’s the time to begin planning which photos you’d like to enter in the annual Chase County Fair’s open...

Roadshow a treasure of a time

Veterans’ exhibits at museum

WIC program comes to Imperial twice monthly

Residents warned of paving scams in area; one company spotted in Imperial

Imperial Rotary names new president

New at 2015 fair: family-friendly ventriloquist, comedy, music show

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Eberhardt remains jailed in McCook; bond reduced

Gardeners go to work

Champion man appears in court

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CCS a finalist for an America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education grant

Winners of $10,000, $25,000 in grants to be announced in August Chase County Schools has been announced a finalist in this year’s America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education program, sponsored by the...

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Legion teams fall to Broken Bow, McCook

Legion teams fall to Broken Bow, McCook

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Imperial’s Legion teams came out on the short end in games against Broken Bow last Thursday and McCook Tuesday. The juniors lost a close one to Broken Bow,...

Imperial team wins annual Logan Bauman Memorial Golf Tournament

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican An Imperial team won the 7th annual Logan Bauman Memorial Golf Tournament played Monday in Aurora, Colo. Matt Teply, Dan Fulton and Eric Moreland of Imperial...

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Peas—the new rotation crop?

Peas—the new rotation crop?

By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican Could peas be the next rotation crop for dryland in Chase County? The Meeske brothers—Lloyd, Galen and Karl—have committed to find out if it’s right for...

More sites providing hot dogs for Chamber event

Local gardeners getting ready for first Farmer’s Market later this month By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican Temperatures are increasing and so has the number of businesses participating in...

Stumpf Wheat Center near Grant officially open

By Tim Linscott The Grant Tribune Sentinel Let the work begin... The Henry J. Stumpf International Wheat Center just outside of Grant officially opened on June 23 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and hosted...

Sharing a garden, its produce

By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican USDA employees in Imperial have again planted two box gardens as part of the People’s Garden Initiative, a nation-wide effort to create gardens through collaborative...

Area habitat tour reveals importance of pollinators

Pheasants Forever, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the Nebraska Environmental Trust hosted a local pollinator habitat tour last Thursday.        ...

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