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  • Sharing with Wauneta: May is spoil mom, graduations. . .

    By Nola Straub May is spoil Mom time! You may be planning to barbecue in the yard so she doesn’t have to cook or clean up, maybe a take-in dinner to spoil her or even all meeting to eat out. Whatever you plan, it will be a fun family time for all. Ha...
  • Stacy Yost, Cody Freouf

    Stacey Yost and Cody Freouf, both of Ord, Neb., announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Parents of the couple are Roger and Alice Yost of Maxwell, formerly of Wauneta, and Larry and Barb Freouf of Ord. Grandparents of the couple are Irene Johnso...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week May 2, 2002 Renaissance Faire, organized by Mrs. Toni Heimes and the HAL Committee, transported W-P students, parents, students from five area schools back several centuries to the age of Shakespeare and Galileo. The April 22-24 F...
  • Sharing with Wauneta: Finally a little rain . . .

    By Nola Straub Rain has finally shown up after little winter snow. It is nice to see some water collecting in the rain gauges, any is better than none with spring time coming. We have not collected much snow this winter so we can only hope for moisture i...
  • Wray Art Guild announces annual art exhibit and sale

    The Wray Art Guild announces its 44th annual art exhibit and sale to be held at the Wray Rehabilitation and Activities Center, 700 Main St., Wray, Colo., from May 3 through May 6. The public is invited to attend the exhibit and viewing hours are from 8 a...
  • Revival services at Southwest Nebraska Holiness Church

    Southwest Nebraska Holiness Church, south of Wauneta, will be holding revival services, beginning on Sunday, April 29 to Sunday, May 6, with Rev. M. R. Jones, evangelist. The week day services will begin at 7:30 p.m. CT with the Sunday evening service be...
  • Voters to see Chase County health care issue on ballot May 15

    By Sheri Hink The Wauneta Breeze   Voters will see an important issue regarding health care in Chase County on the May 15 primary ballot. Voters will be asked to vote on the dissolution of the Chase County Hospital District. The initiative was brought...
  • Geier returns to Wau-Pal as Superintendent

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   July 1 will see the return of Randy Geier to the Wauneta-Palisade school district. Geier roamed the Bronco halls as secondary principal and athletic director while pacing the sideline as head football coach from 200...
  • Area youth honored by Ft. McPherson National Cemetery employees

    Courtesy Photo taken by Nora JamesonMakayla DaMoude, shown here playing Taps at the cemetery in Elsie, Neb. on Memorial Day in 2010, was honored by Ft. McPhereson National Cemetery earlier this month. By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   Maka...
  • Smith brothers epitomize “Homegrown Success...” Grand Marshals for fair parade

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   Stan, Gene and Les Smith are a classic example of what the Chase County Fair parade committee was thinking of when they chose “Homegrown Success” as the parade theme for this summer. The brothers have “li...
  • Christensen: Most intense session ever

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   This year marked Sen. Mark Christensen’s sixth session in the body and never before can he remember a session that proved as intense as the 60-day session completed Wednesday, April 18. Christensen said s...
  • Important Primary Ballot Issue Related to Your Local Healthcare

    We are fortunate to live in a country where our citizenship provides us with the opportunity to vote. However, with that opportunity is also the responsibility to know what you are voting for, or against. On May 15, registered voters will have the opportu...
  • School board discusses staff changes, reconfiguring grades

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade school board met for a special meeting Thursday, April 19, to discuss staff changes and the possibility of reconfiguring grades. The board opened with discussion of Mrs. Joyce Spickelmier. With...
  • Sign up now for baseball and softball

    Summer baseball and softball leagues are fast approaching. Baseball head coach Jon Anderjeska and assistant coach Bill Bischoff will host an informational meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. MT at the Wauneta ball diamond. Those currently enrolled in eighth throug...
  • Broncos pick up 21 medals at Hayes Center Invitational

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Track season continued Wednesday with the Hayes Center Invite in McCook. Head coach Dawn Doetker was pleased with the effort of the boys squad. The Broncos put up 39 points on the day. Connor Kayton finished 10th ...
  • RPAC athletes to watch Friday

    The RPAC meet will feature many athletes at the top of statewide track results. Cambridge’s Kaden Huxoll holds Class D’s top times in the 100 and 200 meter dashes with times of 10.9 and 22.6, respectively. Isaac Johnson of Cambridge is fifth in Class...
  • Kudos to music program

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   We listen to a wide variety of music at our house, from 1920s Bessie Smith and Cole Porter to today’s Lady Gaga and Lady Antebellum. So, it wasn’t a surprise when my daughter told me she wanted to go to the dist...
  • Palisade ALA serves community, veterans near and far

    Members of the Palisade American Legion Auxiliary met last week to assemble care packages for combat and wounded soldiers. ALA members who made up the care packages are (back from left) Shirley Ferguson, Ruthie Bridgmon, (front from left) Karen Stein...
  • Outstanding music and vocal performances by Broncos

    The WP mixed chorus, left, prepares to perform Friday at the district music competition in Imperial. The chorus received an excellent rating.  Six WP performances received superior ratings. By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Six Wauneta-Pali...
  • Palisade ALA serves community, veterans near and far

    Members of the Palisade American Legion Auxiliary met last week to assemble care packages for combat and wounded soldiers. ALA members who made up the care packages are (back from left) Shirley Ferguson, Ruthie Bridgmon, (front from left) Karen Steinb...