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  • SHOUT OUT: Prom goes off without a hitch

    This past weekend was Wauneta-Palisade’s Junior and Senior Prom. I would like to show my appreciation to all the junior mothers who made desserts and helped in the kitchen. Also, a good job was done by all those who helped with post-prom activities. C...
  • CAPITOL VIEW: Battle over abortion not the fight it once was

    There was a time, not long ago, when it was suggested in this space that abortion was not quite the hot button issue it once was in the Nebraska Legislature. Julie Schmit –Albin, executive director of Nebraska Right to Life, quickly got in touch to ask...
  • Wind power in Nebraska: A new era?

    Guest Column By Johnathan Hladik of The Center for Rural Affairs   After a decade of wasted potential, wind power proponents throughout Nebraska received good news last week. The American Wind Energy Association’s First Quarter Market Report shows ...
  • DEAR FELLOW NEBRASKANS: Recognizing outstanding student performance

    By Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman   In the Class of 2011, 16 Nebraska students earned a perfect ACT score and one earned a perfect SAT score. They represent Nebraska’s best and brightest young people. Nebraska’s Commissioner of Education, Dr. Ro...
  • 4-H Horse ID’s and Entries due

    4-H members who plan to exhibit horses in the 4-H Program this year must identify all horses they plan on showing and using in competition on proper identification forms and return to the Extension Office by May 13th. ID sheets may be picked up at the Ex...
  • SW 4 Upcoming Events

    (all times are local time) For more information on any of these events contact your local Extension Office.   May 9—Benkelman Welding Class Tri-State Truck and Trailer Shop 6-8 p.m. MT. For more information contact Jeremy at 423-2068. May 12—Haye...
  • College Notes

    Stephen Blomstedt Stephen Blomstedt of Palisade, Neb., was among the 308 graduates who were awarded degrees during Chadron State College’s commencement exercises Saturday, May 7. Blomstedt was awarded a Bachelor of Science in information management sy...
  • College Notes

    Ashley Kitt The University of Nebraska-Lincoln granted degrees to approximately 2,800 students from 47 states, Puerto Rico and 43 countries May 6 and 7 in separate commencement ceremonies for baccalaureate, graduate and law degrees. Patrick Dussault, Ch...
  • Sharing with Wauneta: Salads special for spring days . . .

    By Nola Straub Fresh salads are always special in the spring. My sister, Norma, had saved these versatile salad dressings to make ahead and have ready for spring days ahead. She always loved to cut up bowls of veggies so everyone could pick their additio...
  • Hunts attend EMS Conference

    Nearly 60 individuals attended the sixth annual Republican Valley Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Conference on April 2, at the Arapahoe High School. The conference was sponsored by Tri Valley Health System, Phelps Memorial Health Center, Norton County ...
  • Christian Women’s Club to meet in Wallace Saturday, May 21

    The April rain is supposed to bring May flowers. We have had the rain so now it is time for “Blossoms for May.” It is the theme for the morning at the Christian Women’s Club meeting to be held in Wallace on May 21 at the Wallace Community Hall. The ...
  • SHOWING AT THE CHATEAU THEATRE: May 6, 7 and 8

      'Soul Surfer' Starring AnnaSophia Robb, Dennis Quaid and Helen Hunt Rated PG 106 Minutes ...
  • Local News Briefs

    Public promenade planned for Saturday Community members can join in the fun of Wauneta-Palisade’s prom this Saturday with a public promenade on tap at the high school gym in Wauneta. The promenade will begin at 7:30 p.m. MT/8:30 p.m. CT and offer fami...
  • Wauneta mom free of cancer after ‘act of an angel’

    Wauneta’s Stephanie Williams, at center, is happy to be cancer-free, and so are her children Mellary, 6, and Coalten, 10. (Josh Sumner | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Josh Sumner The Wauneta Breeze   Over three years have passed since the Wauneta ...
  • Irrigators show strong interest in retirement program

    Deadline coming up May 15 By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Interest remains strong for an acreage retirement program focusing on acres in the Rapid Response Area (RRA) of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD). The URNRD a...
  • Ogallala man hired for sheriff’s deputy position

    Newest department hire will live in and cover Wauneta By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican   County Sheriff Kevin Mueller has announced the hiring of Thomas Howe, currently living in Ogallala, as his department’s third deputy. Howe will official...
  • Fire Marshal’s Office: Wind a factor in fatal Hitchcock County fire

    One person is dead and two others injured in a fire at a farm near Trenton. A news release Friday from Hitchcock County Sheriff Bryan Leggott says 46-year-old Theresa Borges Schnoor of Trenton died at the scene of the Thursday afternoon fire, described a...
  • Senators move budget to select file with little dissent

    Telephone conference report to Palisade, Grant on Tuesday, May 3 By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Nebraska’s Legislature moved the 2011-12-13 biennial budget bills forward to Select File Monday. Senator Mark Christensen said most of the ...
  • Controlled burn is training exercise

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   About 20 employees of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) from around Nebraska and beyond participated in a controlled burn of pasture on the Jack and John Maddux land Thursday, April 29. More th...
  • Courthouse to celebrate history

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   The Chase County Courthouse is celebrating its 100th year this summer. Built of brick, asphalt and stone, the newest edition was built between 1910-12. Previous courthouses and official structures had succumbe...