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  • UNL study shows Nebraska farmland values remain steady

    (Courtesy graphic)   By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Preliminary findings from a University of Nebraska-Lincoln study show agricultural land markets across the state have stayed relatively steady in the past year, even with the strong ...
  • Testing underway on N-CORPE augmentation project

    Goal to have project fully operational by end of March   By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Testing of wells and the delivery pipeline for the Lincoln County augmentation project is underway, with the goal of becoming fully operation...
  • Time to begin preparations for severe spring weather

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   Spring is historically the season for severe weather such as tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and hail. With that in mind, the National Weather Service has designated March 24-29 as Nebraska Severe Weather A...
  • Village board hears audit report, approves new skid steer lease

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta village board held two meetings last week. Their regular March meeting was held on Tuesday, March 11 and a special meeting to review the village’s audit report was held on Wednesday, March 12....
  • Deb Andrew named Rural Health Development Director of Nursing of the Year

    Deb Andrew, center, stands with Ron Ross, owner of Rural Health Development, and Lisa Kisinger, Administrator of Sunrise Heights of Wauneta at the RHD Spring Banquet in Kearney last Thursday, March 13 after receiving the RHD Director of Nursing of the Y...
  • Trip to State Tournament highlights 17-8 season

    The Wauneta-Palisade girls basketball team has four seniors this year. Pictured below are Abbie Fanning (14) and Cassidy Rathe (20) and above Brooklyn Nordhausen (23) and Tailor Lee (15). (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The ...
  • Review of priority bills debated last week

    Letter Back Home By Sen. Mark Christensen   The Legislature finished the 43rd day of a 60-day session last week. We are almost three quarters of the way through the 2014 session. This week in the letter back home, I would like to highlight some of t...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week March 18, 2004 Otto Bartels observed his 101st birthday Saturday, the 13th. Those gathering for dinner, ice cream and cake at Otto and Ida’s home were Lois and Lee Glover, Wayne and Donna Bartels, Robert and Bo Dunham of Texa...
  • State-bound speakers!

    The Wauneta-Palisade speech team will be represented in two categories at the state speech competition in Kearney on Friday, March 28. Cameo Rector, right, placed second in humorous interpretation of prose literature at districts earlier this week. The ...
  • State-bound speakers!

    The Wauneta-Palisade speech team will be represented in two categories at the state speech competition in Kearney on Friday, March 28. Cameo Rector, right, placed second in humorous interpretation of prose literature at districts earlier this we...
  • Leyton volleyball succeeding with Wauneta family values

    Jodi Craig, far left, stands with her team after defeating Hays Springs in D2-6 district title game this fall. The win was part of a 30-2 season and earned Leyton its third straight trip to the state tournament. (Courtesy Photo | Sidney Sun-Telegraph...
  • Leyton volleyball succeeding with Wauneta family values

    Jodi Craig, far left, stands with her team after defeating Hays Springs in D2-6 district title game this fall. The win was part of a 30-2 season and earned Leyton its third straight trip to the state tournament. (Courtesy Photo | Sidney Sun-Telegraph)...
  • Lumber waste no longer accepted at village tree pile

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Village Superintendent Bill Bischoff alerted village board members of a new rule on its way down from the Department of Environmental Quality regarding the village tree pile at the board’s regular March...
  • Lumber waste no longer accepted at village tree pile

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Village Superintendent Bill Bischoff alerted village board members of a new rule on its way down from the Department of Environmental Quality regarding the village tree pile at the board’s regular March m...
  • Village receives Route 6 signs

    Rick Einspahr, left, represents the Village of Wauneta in accepting one of the six Historic U.S. Route 6 signs the Village purchased from Marcia Kuiper, Executive Director of the U.S. Route 6 Tourist Association in Nebraska. Kuiper was in Wauneta Monday...
  • New hearing set for Tuesday on revised LB 1074 water bill

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Members of the Legislature’s Natural Resources Committee will hold a new hearing early next week on a totally revised version of the water-related bill, LB 1074. The guts of the previous version of the ...
  • School board discusses options for boys’ basketball next year

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade School Board met Monday, March 10 for their regular meeting. The only action item on this month’s agenda was a discussion of the 2014-15 boys basketball season. Although there is sti...
  • New business on main street

    Steve Noble opened The Noble Agency on North Tecumseh in mid-February. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | The Wauneta Breeze) By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Steve Noble of Wauneta opened a new storefront on Wauneta’s main street last month. The...
  • Poor second half spells doom for Lady Broncos at State

    Above, Brooklyn Nordhausen (23) and Abbie Fanning defend in the paint. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze) By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Despite a strong start to Wauneta-Palisade’s State Basketball Tournament appearance, the Lady Bronc...
  • WP FFA continues to excel; welding and vet tech teams qualify for State

    The vet tech teams placed first and second in District FFA competition. First place team members include, front from left, Tailor Lee and Nichole Strand. Not pictured: Lesley Towery and Cassidy Rathe. The second place team includes, back from left, Trys...