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  • Surprised by friendly reaction to spooky character

    By Lori Pankonin   Pre-Halloween found me glad that a co-worker warned me about the character in our front office. Despite the warning, I still jumped with a jolt when I first encountered Freaky Farleigh upon entering the office at night. Farleigh t...
  • Deer firearm season off to good start in Chase County

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican “It’s pretty early to tell,” but Lance Hastings of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC) said hunters in the Chase County area seemed to have had a successful first weekend of firearm deer season. ...
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  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week Nov. 17, 2005 Unseasonably warm weather this fall gave way to much cooler conditions this weekend. Record-high November temperatures in the 70s and 80s gave way to more seasonal daytime highs in the 30s this week with a dustin...
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  • Dave Ridlen Sr. dies in hunting accident

    By Russ PankoninThe Wauneta Breeze Tragedy struck the Enders community last week when Dave Ridlen Sr. died as the result of a hunting accident. The accident occurred mid- to late morning Wednesday, Nov. 4. about 20 miles southwest of Imperial. Chase Cou...
  • Village lands housing rehab grant

    CDBG grant totals $186,000 to rehab six houses in Wauneta By Russ PankoninThe Wauneta Breeze Wauneta village board members signed the acceptance papers Monday on a $186,000 Community Development Block Grant to rehabilitate up to six houses in Wauneta. ...
  • Champa opens new office in Imperial

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican An open house and double ribbon-cutting ceremony will mark the new location of two businesses in Imperial Friday. Exceptional Prints by Champa Group LLC is opening an office in Imperial in the Platinum T-Shirts &...
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  • Deer permits going fast in Frenchman Unit

    Warm conditions predicted for Saturday’s opener By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Some of them were gone in July. Others are dwindling fast in number. That’s the reality for firearm deer hunters who hope to get a permit in the popular Frenchman U...
  • Sabrina Sandoval recognized by Girl Scouts

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  • Bronco volleyball wrapup

    Senior Cameo Rector led WP with 295 assists. She also had 33 aces. (Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications) By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze The Wauneta-Palisade volleyball team reached its full potential during the 2015 volleyball season, according to h...
  • Broncos football wrapup

    Seniors Chase Rathe (1) and Joseph Sramek (51) were two of the Broncos top rushers during the 2015 season. (Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze After a two-year absence, the Wauneta-Palisade football team returned...
  • Deputy "comes home" to Chase County

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican Chase County Deputy Sheriff Duncan Einspahr was returning to familiar territory when he walked into the courthouse in Imperial Oct. 13. His father, Daniel (Brent) Einspahr was a 1980 Chase County High School graduate,...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this weekNov. 10, 2005 Sunni Nordhausen attended the Women of Today convention in Grand Island over the weekend. Lanette Nordhausen and Stormy spent the weekend in Sumner with Dale and Jean Feddersen and Lanette attended the W.O.T. convention...
  • Smith: Philanthropic cowboy in our midst

    Kenny Smith rides his favorite horse, “Ace,” in the horse arena where he teaches riding skills with an emphasis on safety. (Pat Holder | Johnson Publications) By Pat HolderThe Wauneta Breeze Kenny Smith was born in his grandfather’s house in...
  • Smith: Philanthropic cowboy in our midst

    Kenny Smith rides his favorite horse, “Ace,” in the horse arena where he teaches riding skills with an emphasis on safety. (Pat Holder | Johnson Publications) By Pat HolderThe Wauneta Breeze Kenny Smith was born in his grandfather’s house in the ...
  • Interim studies touch on more issues

    Last week a number of legislative committees held interim hearings. The Health and Human Services Committee heard LR 248 a study to examine the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act and its implementation in Nebraska. The Devel...
  • Junior High volleyball team’s season ends

    By Diane StammThe Wauneta Breeze Though the Wauneta-Palisade junior high A team’s volleyball season finished with a 2-10 record, coach Terra Higgins said her team improved tremendously throughout the season. “The girls learned to run a 4-2 offense and...