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  • Garage sale to cover travel expenses as Wauneta woman seeks help with heart condition

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Managing chronic health problems has been a way of life for Terry and Raina Lasater of Wauneta.Terry, 49, lives with the debilitating effects of ataxia — a genetic neurological disorder that affects coordination, balance ...
  • Garage sale to cover travel expenses as Wauneta woman seeks help with heart condition

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   Managing chronic health problems has been a way of life for Terry and Raina Lasater of Wauneta. Terry, 49, lives with the debilitating effects of ataxia — a genetic neurological disorder that affects coordination, ...
  • Head 'em up, move 'em out

    Picture perfect weather arrived on cue Sunday morning as Jack and Linda Fanning and friends moved cattle cross country, trailing them from winter stocks on Wauneta’s South Divide to greener pastures on the North Divide. Close to noon on Sunday the cattl...
  • Head 'em up, move 'em out

    Picture perfect weather arrived on cue Sunday morning as Jack and Linda Fanning and friends moved cattle cross country, trailing them from winter stocks on Wauneta’s South Divide to greener pastures on the North Divide. Close to noon on Sunday the cattl...
  • Donations help fund WVFD upgrades

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze A new rescue equipment and pumper truck unit are on order and an upgraded tanker truck is ready for duty at the Wauneta Fire Hall thanks to two sizeable donations from community members as well as budget allocations from th...
  • Donations help fund WVFD upgrades

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   A new rescue equipment and pumper truck unit are on order and an upgraded tanker truck is ready for duty at the Wauneta Fire Hall thanks to two sizeable donations from community members as well as budget allocations ...
  • Village takes action to prevent further sidewalk mishaps

    Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Stepped-up efforts to deal with a tricky section of sidewalk in downtown Wauneta shifted into high gear Monday after a Wauneta woman took a particularly nasty tumble over the edge of the sidewalk step a week ago.Dee Beacham mi...
  • One and done: Broncos fall to Humphrey

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze Blame it on nerves, pressure, distractions, Murphy’s Law or the Frauendorfer factor. Either way, things just weren’t clicking for the Lady Broncos in their first round of the state tournament last Thursday.The Broncos ...
  • School board votes to implement new notification system

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   After months of informal discussion and consideration of available options, the Wauneta-Palisade School Board voted to sign on with the AlertNow rapid notification system Monday night during their regular board meeti...
  • Three Bronco girls earn all-conference basketball honors

    Three Bronco girls were named to the Golden Plains RPAC division all-conference basketball teams, with senior Blair Dixon being named a first-team selection. Bethany Riener, a Bronco sophomore, was named to the second team, while senior Tia Simpson made t...
  • Dave Ja Vu: Variety is the spice of chewing gum

    I could tell my breath that day contained an odor capable of stripping hardwood floors of their polyurethane finish. Having that not-so-fresh-breath feeling all the way to McCook to help my wonderful mother-in-law with the phones at H&R Block, I decided t...
  • UMC’s annual St. Paddy’s Day Supper on Saturday

    The Wauneta United Methodist Church will serve their annual St. Patrick’s Day Supper this Saturday, March 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. MT/6 to 8 p.m. CT at the Wauneta American Legion Hall. A free-will offering will be accepted at the supper with proceeds from ...
  • Plans falling into place for WP prom, post prom

    Wauneta-Palisade High School students are making last minute preparations for their upcoming junior-senior prom. This year’s prom will be held Saturday, March 21, in Wauneta, with the post prom party to follow. Among the highlights planned for the late ...
  • Three Florida men arrested for using credit card data from Heartland breach

    According to the Associated Press, three Florida men were arrested in late February on hundreds of counts of credit card fraud for using fake gift cards imprinted with account information from Heartland Payment Systems data compromised in a security breac...
  • Will Anderjaska is recipient of The Nebraskans of World War II Scholarship

    The Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation announced the names of six students selected to receive the 2007 Nebraskans of World War II Scholarship award. Included among the recipients was William F. Anderjaska, son of Jon and Patty Anderjaska of Pal...
  • LLL Convention to be held March 27-29

    Lutheran Hour speaker, Rev. Ken Klaus will be featured at the 2009 Nebraska District Lutheran Laymen’s League District Convention. The convention takes place at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Sidney on March 27-29. The convention begins Friday eve...
  • Now is not the time to erode Farm Bill Safety Net

    Although the American CornGrowers Association (ACGA) awarded the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 a qualified endorsement, we were critical of some elements the new farm bill legislation passed last summer.  ACGA pressed for significant chang...
  • To accept or not to accept — that is the stimulus fund question

    By Ed Howard The money has begun to arrive. Do Nebraskans want it?  Gov. Dave Heineman recently announced some $40 million worth of economic stimulus dollars was being parceled out to 31 Nebraska towns. It will be used for improvements in drinking wat...
  • Area boys teams heading to Lincoln

    Hayes Center joins four other area teams on the road to Lincoln this week for the  boys state basketball tournament. The Cards from Hayes County take the second seed in the D-2 tournament with their 20-2 record. They play 21-3 Litchfield in the first rou...
  • WP girls finish rated seventh

    The Omaha World-Herald rated the Wauneta-Palisade girls at seventh following their first-round loss to Humphrey at the state tournament. The final season ratings for the Omaha paper are as follows: 1. Bancroft-Rosalie, 2. Silver Lake, 3. Elkhorn Valley, 4...