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  • WP FFA teams prepared for State Convention

    Dr. Caitlin Urdahl, DVM, left, with Southwest Veternary Services worked with the FFA Vet Tech team Tuesday afternoon in preparation for their trip to the State FFA Convention. Vet Tech team members include, Nicole Strand, Cassidy Rathe, Leslie Towry a...
  • RPAC ACT Academic Award winners

    The 2013-2014 RPAC ACT Academic Awards were announced this week. All the students who received conference awards are currently high school seniors. Academic criteria includes: Gold Medal, awarded to a student achieving a score of 29 or higher; Silver...
  • RPAC ACT Academic Award winners

    The 2013-2014 RPAC ACT Academic Awards were announced this week. All the students who received conference awards are currently high school seniors. Academic criteria includes: Gold Medal, awarded to a student achieving a score of 29 or higher; Silver ...
  • Two more file for re-election to Wauneta Village Board

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Tony Cribelli and Page Johnston have filed for re-election to the Wauneta Village Board in the past two weeks. A total of three seats on the Wauneta Village board will be voted on in 2014 at the general el...
  • Wauneta-Palisade OID team and Rector head to State Speech Contest

    The 2014 Wauneta-Palisade speech team has had a great season. Team members include, back from left, Nicole Strand, Hayden Pollmann, Paul Behrends, Landon Jutten, Tom McGraw, front from left, CeAnna Jahn, Leiauna Alberts, Cameo Rector and Vanessa Kerns. ...
  • “Pat your tummy and say thanks to a farmer”

    Dear Editor: March 25th was National Ag Day–a day to pat your tummy and say thanks to a farmer without whom that tummy would be growling with hunger. Each farmer/rancher in the U.S. feeds 144 people in the U.S. and abroad. In the 1960s each farmer fed ...
  • Legislative session moving into final 10 days

    Letter Back Home By Senator Mark Christensen   Another week of bills and amendments has come and gone as the Legislature begins to wind down for the year. After Wednesday, just ten more legislative days are left this year and everyone is scrambling to...
  • WP track season gets out of the blocks today

    The Bronco track teams have eight returning letterwinners. The boys’ team will be led by (left, l to r) junior Gage Crowell and seniors Hayden Pollmann and Wes Anderjaska. The girls’ team features (right, front row, l to r) seniors Abbie Fanning and...
  • Enders Lake cleanup planned for April 26

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   The local chapter of the Ike’s will join Game & Parks in coordinating a clean-up day at Enders Lake Saturday, April 26. Beau Licking, G&P superintendent at Enders Lake, said he’s excited to se...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week March 25, 2004 A reception/open house was held Friday honoring Ted Travis and Dallis Breese on their retirement from the Wauneta Coop Oil. Members of the Falls Club enjoyed a prime rib dinner Thursday evening at the Wauneta Se...
  • Middle Republican NRD purchases 4,000 acre feet of water in Enders for compliance purposes

    This was what Enders Lake looked like in April, 2013 after a mandated release of water that totalled 452 acre feet. On May 1, the release of an additional 4,000 acre feet will begin. (Imperial Republican file photo)   Release to begin May 1, lak...
  • Middle Republican NRD purchases 4,000 acre feet of water in Enders for compliance purposes

    This was what Enders Lake looked like in April, 2013 after a mandated release of water that totalled 452 acre feet. On May 1, the release of an additional 4,000 acre feet will begin. (Imperial Republican file photo)   Release to begin May 1, lake...
  • Scouts thank the community with chili supper

    Two-year-old Charlie Hilbert, son of Joseph and Leah Hilbert of Wray, Colo., was all smiles Saturday night when he won one of the door prizes–a box of popcorn–at the Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts chili supper. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | The Wauneta Breez...
  • Scouts thank the community with chili supper

    Two-year-old Charlie Hilbert, son of Joseph and Leah Hilbert of Wray, Colo., was all smiles Saturday night when he won one of the door prizes–a box of popcorn–at the Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts chili supper. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | The Wauneta Breeze...
  • 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 stron...
  • 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...