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  • County keno funds provide community betterment in county

    HawkQuest was one of the featured presentations offered to SCORE camp attendees during the 2013 SCORE camps. (Imperial Republican file photo)   By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Chase County has funds available for community betterment, ...
  • New businesses, construction in 2014

    The Wauneta and Palisade communities saw growth in 2014 with new construction and new businesses on their main streets.   Above left, The Noble Agency, LLC joined the Wauneta business community in February 2015. New construction has been recently co...
  • Alcohol, gambling hot issues during Sen. Hughes’ weekly call

    By Tim Linscott The Grant Tribune-Sentinel   Dealing with alcohol and gambling bills were some hot-button issues Sen. Dan Hughes of the 44th District spoke about at his weekly conference call on Jan. 27. A main gambling issue Hughes noted was LR10C...
  • Driveway completed at Palisade school

      The driveway at the Palisade Attendance Center has been completed. Completed just before the Christmas break, students now board buses along the northeast corner of the school and parents can use the driveway for drop offs and pick ups, but not park...
  • Registration for 2015 SCORE camps will open March 1

    “Go Wild With Science” is the theme for the 2015 SCORE camps.  Students in grades 1-6 will again have an opportunity to engage in exciting and fun hands-on science June 8-12, 2015. SCORE stands for Science Camps Offer Rewarding Experiences. Thi...
  • Certified chemigator training dates set

    Certified chemigator training dates set Following is a list of dates, times and locations in the Perkins/Chase County area where people interested in chemigating may receive initial training or recertification. Requirements for initial and recertificat...
  • Efforts being made to bring traveling Vietnam Wall to Imperial

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican If the interest shown at a Jan. 9 information meeting is any indication, the efforts to bring a Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall to Imperial this spring will be successful. The replica of the Vietnam Memoria...
  • General file debate began last week, will continue through mid-March

    By Dan Hughes Nebraska State Senator - 44th District   A total of 663 bills and nine legislative resolutions were introduced during the first 10 days of the 104th First Legislative Session.  We started the public hearings on January 20 and began gene...
  • Broncos on the run, RPAC tourney in high gear

    Hannah Nordhausen blocks Hitchcock County’s Jasmine Youngquist’s shot during the Broncos’ RPAC first round win. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Earning the number two seed in the West Bracket of th...
  • Wrestlers travel to Arapahoe

    Both Matthew Knotts (above) and Cody Barrett (below), shown wrestling earlier in the season, picked up wins at Saturday’s RPAC Tournament. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze The Wauneta-Palisade wrestli...
  • Christner and Bauerle represent schools at Doane Honor Choir

    Christi Christner and Emma Bauerle perform with other students at the Doane Honor Choir held Jan. 11 and 12. (Courtesy Photo)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Wauneta-Palisade’s Christi Christner and Chase County’s Emma Bauerle recently...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week January 27, 2005 For safety reasons, the Wauneta EMS squad installed 10 boxes containing rescue bags at strategic places around Enders Lake. The bags, weighted at one end, hold 75 feet of rope which can be thrown to anyone who mi...
  • Snowpocalypse in New York, 82 degrees in Wauneta

    While many on the east coast are snowed in, southwest Nebraskans are enjoying unseasonably warm t-shirt and shorts weather on Tuesday. Will we pay for this balmy weather in the spring? Tracksters may wish for 82 degree weather once practices start in ...
  • Snowpocalypse in New York, 82 degrees in Wauneta

    While many on the east coast are snowed in, southwest Nebraskans are enjoying unseasonably warm t-shirt and shorts weather on Tuesday. Will we pay for this balmy weather in the spring? Tracksters may wish for 82 degree weather once practices start i...
  • This week's Ag/Business page

    There was an error in the Jan. 29, 2015 print edition where the Jan. 22, 2015 Ag/Business page was printed instead of the Jan. 29 page. The correct page is available by clicking the link below: Jan. 29, 2015 Ag/Business Page...
  • Wauneta couple taken to hospital after car, tractor accident

    After the Imperial ambulances left the scene, Deputy Spencer Rowley, third from left, visits with Imperial Volunteer Fire Dept. members at the accident scene, north of Enders. (Jan Schultz | The Imperial Republican)   By Jan Schultz The Imperial Rep...
  • Annual vacation issue

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze Happy holidays to our Breeze readers. This week’s print edition and e-edition of the Breeze is all about YOU – your vacation photos from the past year grace the pages of the print and e-edition issues, creat...
  • Chase County Commissioners approve towers for businesses

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Following public hearings, Chase County Commissioners Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr. gave their approval for Highline Electric and BWTelcom to construct towers. Vette and Weiss first approved a resolution to vac...
  • Snow keeps village crew busy

    The recent snow storms have kept village employees busy. Here, from left, Bill Bischoff, Shane Lawless and Ryan McCrumb work together to clear Tecumseh Monday morning. Village employees had their work cut out for them as the snow kept coming throughout ...
  • Cutting-edge wheat research center near Grant gets early preview

    The Henry J. Stumpf International Wheat Center has the exterior complete and interior work continues with an expected date of late March to early April 2015 as the occupancy date. (Grant Tribune-Sentinel Photo)   By Tim Linscott The Grant Tribune-Se...