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  • M.V. clinches district title with win over WP

    Connor Kayton (No. 4) and Bo Fanning (No. 34) work to contain Medicine Valley’s Ty Contrerez (No. 9) in the final game of the season for the Wauneta-Palisade Broncos.   By Carl Williams The Wauneta Breeze The final season game for the Wauneta-Pal...
  • Lady Broncos buck the Raiders

    Brooklyn Nordhausen, No. 10, tips the ball past the hands of a Medicine Valley blocker as Bronco teammate Tailor Lee stands ready to pick up a put-back if needed. The Broncos dominated the Raiders, downing them in three straight sets in WP’s last home...
  • Southwest rides rough over HCWP

      Wauneta-Palisade junior high members of the combined Hayes Center/Wauneta-Palisade junior high football team include, front row from left, Michael Lovell, Logan Fischer, Dallas Matthews, Tyler Carl, Tyler Davis, Brody Nordhausen and Seth Straub. Back ...
  • Palisade Volunteer Fire Department announces Fire Prevention poster winners

    Poster contest prize winners, from left, Maycee Wheeler, Kendra Bley, Lanee Nordhausen and Jayden Ingold The Palisade Volunteer Fire Department held a Fire Prevention Poster Contest for fire safety week. The posters were judged by the Wauneta-Palisade...
  • Pheasant hunters asked to report leg bands

    Pheasant hunters are being asked to report any leg bands they find on the pheasants they shoot this fall in the Southwest Focus on Pheasants area. Jeff Lusk is the upland game program manager for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He says Game and ...
  • Pheasant/quail season opens this Saturday

    Opening day for pheasant and quail hunting season in Nebraska is Saturday, with the best hunting expected to be found in southwest Nebraska. “In the eastern third of the state it’s going to be spotty for pheasant and quail,” said Jeff Lusk, upland ...
  • Heartfelt war-time hospitality should not be forgotten

    Another Perspective By Lori Pankonin   “Once Upon a Town,” by Bob Greene just opened a whole new perspective for me about the North Platte Canteen during World War II. Wow! Wow! Wow! And might I say, WOW! What started out as the intent to surpri...
  • Pipeline cons outweight the pros

    A Capitol Commentary By Charlie Litton   It looks evident that Trans- Canada will get its preferred route for the Keystone XL project, despite all threats to take their ball and go home. But any such threat from TransCanada or their proponents is an ...
  • Hometown half-time hooray

    Marching band and the next crop of Broncos entertain football fans at half-time Some traditions just can’t be beat, like a half-time show by a high school marching band and watching peewee athletes honing their skills under the bright lights of th...
  • 2011 WP junior high football team

    Wauneta-Palisade junior high members of the combined Hayes Center/Wauneta-Palisade junior high football team include, front row from left, Michael Lovell, Logan Fischer, Dallas Matthews, Tyler Carl, Tyler Davis, Brody Nordhausen and Seth Straub. Back ...
  • New employees at NRCS

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office in Imperial increased by two employees this past month. Aaron Sisson began working Oct. 10, while Jackie Mullanix began working Sept. 19. Sisson is a ...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week Nov. 1, 2001 Mindi Dixon was inducted into the Nebraska Women of Today Hall of Fame Oct. 20 at the Fall Convention held in McCook. Dixon is the 38th member to receive the honor during the organization’s 16-year history. Jim McK...
  • SHOWING AT THE CHATEAU THEATRE: Oct. 21, 22 & 23

    DOLPHIN TALE in 3D   Showing nightly at 7 p.m. MT at Wauneta's Chateau Theatre   Starring Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd, Harry Connick, Jr., Kris Kristofferson   Admission: $5 per person Rated PG Running Time: 113 minutes...
  • October is Fire Safety & Prevention Month

    October is always a busy month for the Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department as local members promote fire safety during National Fire Prevention Month. Above, department members Bob Hamilton, far left, and Steve Noble, far right, assist youngsters as the...
  • Chamber launches ‘Customer Service Person’ contest

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   October is being celebrated as “National Customer Service” month in Wauneta and the Wauneta Chamber is seeking your help in designating Wauneta’s top customer-oriented worker or business owner for the 2011 Custo...
  • Bid awarded for east Wauneta water project

    Low bid of $98,064 submitted by Van Kirk Bros. Contracting of Sutton   By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   Bids for the water system improvement project for east Wauneta were in line with projections, with one bid actually coming in 8 percent lower t...
  • Kerchal big winner in VB&T drawing

    Tyler Kerchal of Wauneta, above, was the big winner during Valley Bank and Trust’s Free Friday promotion last week in Wauneta. Kerchal won the drawing for a 40-inch LCD television capping the bank’s daylong open house event promoting their free chec...
  • BRIEFS

    Bake sale planned to assist Lasaters Terry and Raina Lasater of Wauneta are making plans to host a bake sale this Saturday in Wauneta to help cover medical expenses incurred as Raina continues to battle a serious heart condition. The bake sale will begi...
  • Donate blood and give thanks to those who have served

    During November, a time to give thanks and honor Veteran’s Day, the American Red Cross invites eligible blood donors to give blood and honor those who have served the country in the Armed Forces. Two communities in this area are hosting blood drives in...
  • ‘Operation Safe Driver’ promoting commercial motor vehicle safety

    The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) will conduct high-visibility enforcement operations as it participates in the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) “Operation Safe Driver” week. Look for enforcement activities to be conducted statewide on h...