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  • Business transition workshop next week

      Business owners looking at transitioning out of their businesses in the future can get some insight on the process during a free workshop in Imperial, next Thursday, Feb. 5. The workshop will be held at the extended campus of Mid-Plains Community C...
  • Women in Ag Conference coming up in Kearney

      Nebraska women will find a variety of opportunities, workshops, “funshops” and networking in Kearney for the 24th annual Women in Agriculture Conference Feb. 26-27 at the Kearney Holiday Inn. The theme for this year’s University of Nebraska-L...
  • Capitol View: The economy of lap dancing

    By Ed Howard Proposed laws poured in during the first 10 days of the legislative session. Some of them deal with the usual matters, but some are interesting just by dint of their topics. Sen. Mark Christensen of Imperial offered a measure that would put...
  • Sharing With Wauneta: Easy home cooking

    By Nola Straub of Wauneta Chicken, Broccoli, Cheesy Noodles Crockpot Dinner (I tried first July 2003) 4 chicken legs and thighs Boil and de-bone. Place in the bottom of the crock pot. Cut broccoli into small pieces and sprinkle around the outside edge of...
  • JH teams play at Hitchcock County

    The WP junior high teams played at Trenton last Thursday. The A boys fell 39-29. Logan Bischoff had eight points. Hayden Pollmann and Wes Anderjaska added six each, Jack McGraw four, Jacob Maris three and Donald Hunt two. The A girls also fell, 26-11. Emm...
  • RPAC heats up again Thursday with titles to be given out this weekend

    Die-hard WP fans have been on the road all week, taking in the sights and sounds of the Republican Plains Activities Conference tournaments. Last week, the HC/WP wrestlers took third at the RPAC meet in Southern Valley, and this week the Bronco basketba...
  • Addison Sherman celebrates her first birthday

    Addison Lorene Sherman celebrated her first birthday on December 27, 2008. She is the daughter of Scott and Vanessa (Ward) Sherman of Peru, Nebraska.  Her birthday party was at the home of Nancy Ward, grandma to the birthday girl.  Those present to enjo...
  • Young vocalists sing out proudly during national anthem

    Third and fourth graders at Wauneta-Palisade follow the lead of their music instructor, Sara Behrends, as they proudly sing The Star Spangled Banner prior to a high school basketball game in Wauneta earlier this month....
  • Young vocalists sing out proudly during national anthem

    Third and fourth graders at Wauneta-Palisade follow the lead of their music instructor, Sara Behrends, as they proudly sing The Star Spangled Banner prior to a high school basketball game in Wauneta earlier this month....
  • Lady Broncos in RPAC's Golden Plains final after crushing HC, Paxton

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The Lady Broncos will be looking for a repeat on Thursday when they take on Maywood on Thursday night in Trenton.And depending on how you look at it, a win Thursday night could also solidify their seventh-straight Golden P...
  • Lady Broncos in RPAC's Golden Plains final after crushing HC, Paxton

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   The Lady Broncos will be looking for a repeat on Thursday when they take on Maywood on Thursday night in Trenton. And depending on how you look at it, a win Thursday night could also solidify their seventh-straight Gold...
  • Boys fall in second meeting with Paxton, out of RPAC after 1-1 stand

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The Bronco boys basketball team may finally compete next week with all members of the team back on the court for the first time in three weeks.Competing for the past three weeks without original starters Cody Steinke and D...
  • Boys fall in second meeting with Paxton, out of RPAC after 1-1 stand

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   The Bronco boys basketball team may finally compete next week with all members of the team back on the court for the first time in three weeks. Competing for the past three weeks without original starters Cody Stein...
  • Conference bronze

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The HC/WP wrestlers snagged a team third last Friday, with Cody Fanning and Jesse Callahan both leading the way with individual gold medals in their weight classes.“Everyone is wrestling at a higher notch right now on ou...
  • Conference bronze

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   The HC/WP wrestlers snagged a team third last Friday, with Cody Fanning and Jesse Callahan both leading the way with individual gold medals in their weight classes. “Everyone is wrestling at a higher notch right n...
  • Dicke family the stewards of South Divide farm for more than 100 years

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze In 1908, Henry and Elizabeth (Pleines) Dicke purchased farm ground 12 miles south of Wauneta in northeast Dundy County, establishing a family farming operation that has spanned three generations and 100 years. The followin...
  • Dicke family the stewards of South Divide farm for more than 100 years

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   In 1908, Henry and Elizabeth (Pleines) Dicke purchased farm ground 12 miles south of Wauneta in northeast Dundy County, establishing a family farming operation that has spanned three generations and 100 years.  The ...
  • Winter returns after brief balmy break

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze Last week’s spring-like weather was nice while it lasted. One glance at the January calendar though makes it clear that there’s still plenty of time for winter to roar.Friday was reality-check day for southwest Nebraska...
  • Winter returns after brief balmy break

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   Last week’s spring-like weather was nice while it lasted. One glance at the January calendar though makes it clear that there’s still plenty of time for winter to roar. Friday was reality-check day for southwest ...
  • Grazing goats may eliminate need to burn berm

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze It’s an annual ritual no one enjoys. As spring rolls around and plants start popping up everywhere, Wauneta village employees and fire personnel can be seen along the river bank, burning the weeds, trees and grass to kee...