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  • 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...
  • Breeze lands 17 Nebraska Press Association, two Omaha World-Herald Awards

    By Sheri Hink The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta Breeze competed well against other weekly newspapers at the annual Nebraska Press Association convention and awards banquet last week in Lincoln. The Breeze earned eight first place awards, five second p...
  • Village board puts pen to paper, signs agreements for nursing home

    Village Board Chairman Lloyd Sinner (seated) signed the Gift and Asset Purchase Agreement with Vetter Health Services last Tuesday after the Village Board approved the terms of the agreement.  Terry Engell (left), nursing home organizer, and Villa...
  • Another week, another tough meet for WP Track Teams

    Emma Skelton runs with Chase Co.’s Kristen Jussel and Aubrey Fisher in the 100 meter hurdles Friday at Sutherland. Skelton finished in fourth place. By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   For the second time in two weeks the Bronco track squad...
  • Palisade Public Library offers much more than books

    The Palisade Public Library offers a variety of services to the community. Don Suda (left) serves as the President of the Library Board, Candice Bird (center) is the librarian and Frankie Miller (right) is a member of the Friends of the Library. ...
  • 2012 Prom Royalty

    Seniors Will Werner and Melinda Stretch were crowned Prom King and Queen Saturday at the 2012 Prom. From left to right Kaleb Straub, Sheyla Christner, King Will Werner, Queen Melinda Stretch, Bo Fanning and Kassandra Carl. (Courtesy Photo)...
  • Wauneta blood drive makes vital contribution to patient care

    The American Red Cross collected 29 units of blood during the blood drive in Wauneta. Sheyla Christner (seated) was one of the youngest donors at last week’s blood drive. Tara Harper with Red Cross finishes the blood donation process by bandaging Christ...
  • New superintendant to help fill staff vacancies

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade schools board met Thursday, April 12. The meeting was highlighted by discussions concerning staffing, the External Visitation Team and the maintenance plan. New Superintendent Randy Geier was p...
  • Village Board declares April as Sexual Assault Awareness month

    By Sheri Hink The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta Village Board met last Tuesday with a full agenda. Agenda items included the water project, a proclamation to declare April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month and other business. Their agenda also included...
  • Busy summer ahead for Lauhead

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Wauneta-Palisade girls basketball coach Roger Lauhead has been named head coach of the Nebraska Coaches’ Assocation’s 2012 All-Star Basketball Teams and for Cambridge’s CSO East/West All-Star game. This will be...
  • District Music Friday in Imperial

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The High School music programs will perform at the Chase County Schools Friday, April 20, for district music. In the Auditorium Wauneta-Palisade women’s chorus will open the day in the auditorium at 8:00 a.m. MT....
  • Another week, another tough meet for WP Track Teams

    Emma Skelton runs with Chase Co.’s Kristen Jussel and Aubrey Fisher in the 100 meter hurdles Friday at Sutherland. Skelton finished in fourth place. By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   For the second time in two weeks the Bronco track squads he...
  • Palisade Public Library offers much more than books

    The Palisade Public Library offers a variety of services to the community. Don Suda (left) serves as the President of the Library Board, Candice Bird (center) is the librarian and Frankie Miller (right) is a member of the Friends of the Library. By S...
  • Village board puts pen to paper, signs agreements for nursing home

    Village Board Chairman Lloyd Sinner (seated) signed the Gift and Asset Purchase Agreement with Vetter Health Services last Tuesday after the Village Board approved the terms of the agreement.  Terry Engell (left), nursing home organizer, and Village Bo...
  • SWPPD makes tax payments of $76,131 to local communities

    This week Hamlet, Palisade, Culbertson, Hayes Center and Haigler received “in-lieu of tax” payments from Southwest Public Power District totaling $76,131.60. The customers in these communities are served directly by SWPPD. Payments are 5 percent of t...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week April 25, 2002 The Chase County Community Hospital board has directed hospital staff to assess the possibility of opening a medical clinic in Wauneta. Southwest Public Power District donated an advertising slide projector to the ...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week April 18, 2002 Prom Royalty: Shane Gerhartz and Jessica Long were crowned king and queen; Julie Long and Dustin Harris, first attendants and Randi Maris and Steven Humphrey, second attendants. Carson Watt was chosen as the Cornhu...
  • Ashley Kitt, David Spahn

    Ashley Kitt and David Spahn, both of Central City, Neb., announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Parents of the couple are Keenan and Tina Kitt of Wauneta, Tom and Vicki Spahn of Brule and Becky Spahn of Casper, Wyo. Grandparents of the couple a...
  • 2012 Prom Royalty Candidates

    Candidates for Wauneta-Palisade 2012 prom royalty were announced Tuesday afternoon. The six seniors voted to serve as prom royalty are (from front left) Sheyla Christner, Melinda Stretch, Kassandra Carl, (from back left) Kaleb Straub, Bo Fanning and...
  • Local foundation invests in the future of Wauneta

    The Wauneta Medical Clinic, the largest project of the Wauneta Community Foundation Fund to date, was built entirely with charitable dollars and enables Wauneta residents to receive medical services right here at home.   By Sheri Hink The Waune...