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  • Looking Back * April 23, 2009

    10 years ago this week April 22, 1999 An organizational meeting was held for the new chapter of the Lions Club, forming in the Wauneta-Palisade area. Temporary officers include Linda Young, president; Patty Sava, secretary and Brenda Anderson, treasurer....
  • 'Sing me a story'

    Pat Boilesen provided some down-home tunes and entertainment for Wauneta-Palisade grade school students and the public, bringing her “Sing Me a Story: The Ballad of Yesterday and Today” to the Palisade Attendance Center. The event, sponsored by the Pa...
  • ‘Sing me a Story’

    Pat Boilesen provided some down-home tunes and entertainment for Wauneta-Palisade grade school students and the public, bringing her “Sing Me a Story: The Ballad of Yesterday and Today” to the Palisade Attendance Center. The event, sponsored by the Pa...
  • Born to Brawl

    Man with local ties to appear in televised mixed martial arts match By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze  ‘The Viking’ has made several trips to both Palisade and Wauneta, and generated a strong following locally for his brand of smashmouth brawling. Dan...
  • Born to Brawl

    Man with local ties to appear in televised mixed martial arts match By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   ‘The Viking’ has made several trips to both Palisade and Wauneta, and generated a strong following locally for his brand of smashmouth brawling. ...
  • Girls third, boys fifth at balmy Perkins County meet

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze One meet record fell at the E. Lee Todd Invite at Perkins County last week, and four Bronco athletes set personal bests at the meet.With weather cooperating for a good portion of the day, Wauneta-Palisade’s Blair Dixon s...
  • Girls third, boys fifth at balmy Perkins County meet

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   One meet record fell at the E. Lee Todd Invite at Perkins County last week, and four Bronco athletes set personal bests at the meet. With weather cooperating for a good portion of the day, Wauneta-Palisade’s Blair Dix...
  • Home meet hampered by rainy weather, lightning

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze By the time noon rolled around at the Wauneta-Palisade Bronco Golf Invite at Enders Lake Golf Course on Thursday, the golfers had finished lunch and were waiting in the clubhouse for a thunderstorm to pass.Keeping an eye o...
  • Home meet hampered by rainy weather, lightning

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   By the time noon rolled around at the Wauneta-Palisade Bronco Golf Invite at Enders Lake Golf Course on Thursday, the golfers had finished lunch and were waiting in the clubhouse for a thunderstorm to pass. Keeping an e...
  • Outdoorsman, broadcaster to be guest at SCORE in Imperial

    Calling all “game birds” and other animals, too.  Kent Boughton will return to S.C.O.R.E. 2009 and spend Wednesday, June 17, with fifth and sixth graders at Swinging Bridge Ranch just west of Champion. He will demonstrate numerous bird calls using ...
  • Fundraising committee hopes to make a splash for Palisade’s pool

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze Kari Klumpe sees Palisade’s swimming pool from two very different standpoints.As a mother of two young children and a third on the way, she sees it as a vital source of summer entertainment for her kids and their buddies...
  • Fundraising committee hopes to make a splash for Palisade’s pool

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   Kari Klumpe sees Palisade’s swimming pool from two very different standpoints. As a mother of two young children and a third on the way, she sees it as a vital source of summer entertainment for her kids and their bud...
  • Services may be cut at Enders Lake SRA

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Unbeknownst to many, the level  of services at three local state recreation areas (SRA) could be reduced significantly after the July 4th holiday this summer.  If the Game & Parks Commission (GPC) doesn...
  • Dave Ja Vu: And now, for this commercial break

    I don’t watch commercials. Yep, that statement looks preposterous on paper and sounds a tad pretentious and a smidgen hoity-toity when read aloud, but it’s true.  I personally believe, with every fiber from both my being and a bowl of Grape Nuts, ...
  • Sign-up begins county-wide next week for CodeRED warning system

    By Jan Schultz and Tina Kitt Johnson Publications   Chase County residents now have a new level of protection, warning them ahead of time of natural disasters and other emergencies. Plans are being finalized this week for the new CodeRED emergency ...
  • ‘Sing Me a Story’ coming to Palisade next week

    The Palisade Library and Friends will team up with the Nebraska Humanities Council once again to bring a unique slice of culture and entertainment to southwest Nebraska. NHC speaker Pat Boilesen, will offer “Sing Me  a Story: The Ballad of Yesterday ...
  • Kindergarten Roundup planned April 24 at WP

    It’s Kindergarten Roundup time once again. This year’s roundup for youngsters who will be starting kindergarten this fall at Wauneta-Palisade is planned for Friday, April 24 in Wauneta. Kindergarten Roundup activities are scheduled to begin at 8:30 a....
  • SWPPD pays $58,552 to local communities

    This week Hamlet, Palisade, Culbertson, Hayes Center and Haigler received “in-lieu of tax” payments from Southwest Public Power District totalling $58,552. The customers in these communities are directly served by SWPPD. The in-lieu-of payments are 5 ...
  • Writer seeking info on school mascots in Nebraska

    Does anyone out there remember how the Wauneta Broncos, the Palisade Panthers or any other Nebraska high school mascots got their names? If so, please get ahold of us at the Breeze office and pass along the details. Liz Fortina of Omaha is writing a book ...
  • Local news the staple of your community newspaper

    For the past 18 months or so, there’s been a bloodbath going on in the newspaper industry. Blind-sided by a worsening economy, stalwarts in the industry, such as they 150-year-old Rocky Mountain News, have closed their doors. Major newspapers across t...