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  • Easter fun at the Annual Egg Hunt

    There was quite a crowd at the Easter Egg Hunt at Heritage of Wauneta Saturday, despite the cool weather. Children in the young group, below, had help from a parent or family member during the hunt. The older group, above, found their eggs in record t...
  • Village Board to finalize remaining pieces for purchase of nursing home

    By Sheri Hink The Wauneta Breeze   The puzzle looks nearly complete for the purchase of Heritage of Wauneta from Vetter Health Services (VHS). The Village Board anticipated reviewing and approving the final three pieces of the puzzle at their meeting ...
  • Part of Highway 6 to be resurfaced between Imperial and Enders

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   The Nebraska Department of Roads is planning to resurface 10 miles of Highway 6 beginning in August. Construction will begin at S15A at the corner of Highway 6 and Broadway Street and continue east to Enders L...
  • Goal for Feed My Starving Children event— 500,000 meals

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   In July, 2012, volunteers from throughout southwest Nebraska and northeastern Colorado joined together in Imperial to package more than 225,000 meals for starving children in third-world countries. This year...
  • Disney on Ice creates fun fascination

    Another Perspective By Lori Pankonin   Sometimes it’s fun to step outside the box and do something different for entertainment. We recently headed to Denver for a Disney on Ice show with our daughter’s family. Five-year-old Tayvin is a princess w...
  • Showdown expected between Legislature and governor on LB 599

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   The political posturing in Lincoln grabbed much of the attention this week as the Legislature and Gov. Dave Heineman stake out positions on LB 599. The bill would provide pre-natal care for low-income Nebras...
  • Local Western Cattle Trail Association is organized

    Most Nebraskans can close their eyes and envision hundreds of longhorn cattle trailing across the dusty Nebraska prairies, herded by dust-covered cowboys and looking for the next waterhole. A local group of historians and landowners have organized the Ne...
  • URNRD accepts bid for pipeline

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Board members of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) accepted a $2.142 million bid for the construction of a 4.6-mile pipeline to feed water into Rock Creek and eventually into the Republi...
  • True character reveled

    My first “real” job after college was at the YMCA in McCook. I enjoyed working with the kids, but the adults were another story. The line I came to hate in my time there was “Yeah, but he’s a really nice guy off the court.” Let’s face it, most...
  • Broncos face tough competition at Perkins County Invite

    In the cold at Grant, Chris Carl lets fly with the discus.   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade Broncos traveled to Grant Friday for the Perkins County Invitational. In one of the largest meets of the season the girls placed...
  • W-P students participate in Inter-High Day

    More than 400 students from area high schools, 20 from Wauneta-Palisade, were on the McCook Community College campus Wednesday to compete in the annual Inter-High Day academic competition. At the contest students tested their knowledge in 25 subjects. T...
  • Torch Run organizers release 2012 route

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican   The route is set and registration is now open for the 2012 Cornhusker State Games Torch Run. And, as in most of its previous years, the Torch Run will again pass through Imperial and Wauneta on its way to Linc...
  • Crowd entertained at DU banquet

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   The Frenchman Valley Chapter of Ducks Unlimited banquet March 24 was a chance for members and the public to give to DU while having fun themselves. Before dinner youth and adults had the opportunity to play ma...
  • 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 Wauneta Br...
  • Area fire departments come together to battle wildfire on north divide

    Here the Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department battles a blaze on 347 Avenue on Tuesday, March 27. Approximately the same location was victim to the larger fire on Friday.   By Sheri Hink The Wauneta Breeze Dry conditions, wind come together to c...
  • W-P freshman takes sixth at State Speech in Kearney

    Christi Christner, here with Speech Coach Liz Noler (left), took sixth place at State Speech.   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Freshman Christi Christner led seven Bronco performers with a sixth place finish at State Speech March 22 and 2...
  • Spring Creek 4-H Club offers youth activities in Wauneta

    Wauneta’s Spring Creek 4-H Club hosted two booths at the 4-H carnival at the end of March, their Block Take Down booth is pictured here. The Spring Creek club welcomes additional members to join in their many 4-H activities. By Sheri Hink The...
  • Plans falling into place for nursing home purchase

    By Sheri Hink The Wauneta Breeze   Plans are falling into place for the purchase of Heritage of Wauneta nursing home from Vetter Health Services (VHS). Friday morning, nursing home organizers received word that the Village of Campbell board met and a...
  • Chase County Fair finalizes lineup for 2012 shows

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   This year’s Chase County Fair will uphold its tradition for great concert shows with this year’s lineup of country and rock performers. The Friday, Aug. 17 show will feature a pair of country music enter...
  • Summer art, history and science camp coming to Champion

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican   It’s an off year for the summer SCORE (Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences) camps, but youths in grades K-6 can take in a different kind of camp this June. “Mummy Madness,” an art, history and scie...