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  • Editorial: This week's shout-outs

    Several big shout-outs go out this week to our readers in Breezeland. Here goes — • To the Bloodmobile volunteers and blood donors who make sure that a precious lifeline is there when we need it. Don’t forget, the Bloodmobile is in Wauneta today (Th...
  • Tuition law briefly revisited

    By Ed Howard  It was a little surprising when Gov. Dave Heineman ducked questions about a move to repeal a law that allows some illegal aliens to qualify for in-state tuition rates at public colleges and universities. Sen. Charlie Janssen of Fremont cau...
  • Caring for Children Conference set for March 21

    The annual Caring for Children Conference will be held on Saturday, March 21. The conference, which is sponsored by the High Plains Early Childhood Professional Development Partnership, is set for McCook Community College from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT. The...
  • Wind Ensemble to begin Spring Tour

    The University Wind Ensemble of Concordia University, Seward, Neb., will give 15 performances in Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri between March 6 and 15. Five high schools have been invited to perform with the Wind Ensemble during the tour, providin...
  • NPCC Music Department to present concert Thursday, March 5

    The North Platte Community College Music Department will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. CT on Thursday, March 5, at the McDonald-Belton Theater on the South Campus of the college. The concert will feature the college choir and jazz band. The choir will ...
  • Looking Back * March 5, 2009

    10 years ago this week March 4, 1999 Ruby Jones observed her 90th birthday, spending nine decades in Nebraska. She was born in Chase County. After graduation, she became interested in hair styling, learning from a lady in Kearney. She married Clarence ...
  • Young Broncs take to the court for WP youth b-ball tourney

    Wauneta was the destination for youth basketball players and fans last Saturday, as teams from Imperial, Hayes Center, Dundy County-Stratton, Medicine Valley and McCook descended upon the Wauneta gym for some hardcore hardcourt action.         ...
  • Young Broncs take to the court for WP youth b-ball tourney

    Wauneta was the destination for youth basketball players and fans last Saturday, as teams from Imperial, Hayes Center, Dundy County-Stratton, Medicine Valley and McCook descended upon the Wauneta gym for some hardcore hardcourt action.         ...
  • Bronco jayvee ballers close out seasons

    Bronco jayvee basketball teams closed out their seasons at the Dundy County JV tourney on Feb. 21, with the Bronco boys taking second.The Bronco jayvee boys finished their season at 7-9 with their finish at the DCS tourney. They won their first game of th...
  • Bronco jayvee ballers close out seasons

    Bronco jayvee basketball teams closed out their seasons at the Dundy County JV tourney on Feb. 21, with the Bronco boys taking second. The Bronco jayvee boys finished their season at 7-9 with their finish at the DCS tourney. They won their first game of t...
  • Wauneta-Palisade, Hitchcock wrestlers commemorate successful first co-op season

    Wrestlers, their families and fans from across two counties came out to commemorate a wildly successful first season for the combined Hitchcock County/Wauneta-Palisade wrestling program. During the potluck banquet at the Palisade Attendance Center gym, ...
  • Wauneta-Palisade, Hitchcock wrestlers commemorate successful first co-op season

    Wrestlers, their families and fans from across two counties came out to commemorate a wildly successful first season for the combined Hitchcock County/Wauneta-Palisade wrestling program.  During the potluck banquet at the Palisade Attendance Center gym...
  • Just out of reach

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze Capping off a season riddled with injuries, big tourney wins and disappointments, the Bronco boys fell in a district final nailbiter to second-rated Arapahoe, 49-46, capping off a tumultuous 14-9 season. Clicking on all cy...
  • Just out of reach

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   Capping off a season riddled with injuries, big tourney wins and disappointments, the Bronco boys fell in a district final nailbiter to second-rated Arapahoe, 49-46, capping off a tumultuous 14-9 season. Clicking on...
  • Look out, Lincoln, here we come

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze If you think going to state has become ‘old hat’ to Head Coach Roger Lauhead, you’d better think again.After 20-plus seasons as head coach, he will have taken nine different groups of girls into Lincoln for the state...
  • Look out, Lincoln, here we come

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   If you think going to state has become ‘old hat’ to Head Coach Roger Lauhead, you’d better think again. After 20-plus seasons as head coach, he will have taken nine different groups of girls into Lincoln for t...
  • Icy conditions postpone Wauneta park cleanup to this Saturday

    By Tina KittThe Wauneta Breeze An icy blast Friday brought a change of plans for Wauneta’s annual park cleanup day.Planned for last Saturday morning, organizers took a look at the ice-covered surfaces at the park,  felt the windchill temperatures and...
  • Icy conditions postpone Wauneta park cleanup to this Saturday

    By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   An icy blast Friday brought a change of plans for Wauneta’s annual park cleanup day. Planned for last Saturday morning, organizers took a look at the ice-covered surfaces at the park,  felt the windchill temperatu...
  • New SW4 extension educator on board

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Iowa native Robert Tigner joined the staff at the Southwest Four Extension Service (SW4) Monday, March 2 as its new extension educator. Tigner, who prefers to be called Robert, said he’s looking forward to the ne...
  • New SW4 extension educator on board

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Iowa native Robert Tigner joined the staff at the Southwest Four Extension Service (SW4) Monday, March 2 as its new extension educator. Tigner, who prefers to be called Robert, said he’s looking forward to the...