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  • Feb. 13 hearing set for Upper Republican NRD rule change

    Board puts final touches on pooling rules   By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Irrigators will get their chance to comment on proposed changes to the Upper Republican Natural Resources rules and regulations at a public hearing set for Monda...
  • Heritage gets strong show of support from community

    With a full house on hand, Village Board member Page Johnston introduces Village Board members, right, during the board’s informational meeting on the town’s proposed purchase of Heritage of Wauneta. Panelists at the left of Johnston above, who were...
  • THS WEEK'S BRIEFS: Filing deadlines; Wauneta machinery auction; Email scams; Senior Center dinner

    Incumbent filing deadlines coming up Earlier this month presidential caucuses were held in Iowa meaning the primary election and Democratic presidential caucus season in Nebraska is not far away. Nebraska’s statewide Democratic presidential caucus is ...
  • Dan Kunnemann retires from Chase County Fair Board

    By Carolyn Lee The Imperial Republican   After 26 years, Dan Kunnemann has decided to retire from the Chase County Fair Board. His resignation was effective Jan. 1, but he is still treasurer until today (Thursday) when the board elects new officers. ...
  • Broncs stun Perkins County

    Wes Anderjaska goes after the ball against Perkins County’s Taylor Boldt in action here Friday night. The Broncs put a thumping on Perkins County, 67-48.   Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Wauneta-Palisade Coach Dave Kuhlen has said he wants hi...
  • Lady Broncs fall to Perkins County, defeat Garden County

    Tailor Lee gets a “helping hand” from a Perkins County defender as she moves in for this shot Friday night.   Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade girls basketball team split games last week. The Lady Broncos fell at home to...
  • 10th day of Nebraska Legislative session marks deadline for bill introduction

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   With the 60-day session of the 102nd Legislature now underway, any new bills that senators want to introduce must be done by today (Thursday), the 10th day of the session. 44th District Senator Mark Christen...
  • A Senate bid by Bob Kerrey would make the contest a contest

    Capitol View By Ed Howard   Bob Kerrey has an inordinate fear of boredom. You could say he’s just a guy who needs to keep busy. But Kerrey, who at 68 might be the only hope for revitalizing the state’s torpid Democratic Party, needs more than th...
  • Not all seasons last for the exact same number of days

    What's Up By Vernon Whetstone   Had a nice letter from a reader in McCook this past week. The writer expressed thanks for listing the time and date that Venus and Neptune would be visible together. The writer advised that not only were they able to f...
  • Tax relief for the Middle Class

    Dear Fellow Nebraskans By Gov. Dave Heineman   I’m proud of you and our citizens for your input, your insight and your leadership. Every day I am proud to be the governor of this great state and as I enter my eighth year as governor of Nebraska, I a...
  • Heritage gets strong show of support from community

    With a full house on hand, Village Board member Page Johnston introduces Village Board members, right, during the board’s informational meeting on the town’s proposed purchase of Heritage of Wauneta. Panelists at the left of Johnston above, who we...
  • Shane Anderson returns to Wauneta to take on duties at FVC

    Wauneta native Shane Anderson has returned to Wauneta from the Lincoln area with his young family after being named the new branch manager at the Frenchman Valley Co-op grain elevator in Wauneta   By Tina Kitt The Wauneta Breeze   For the past ...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week January 24, 2002 Twelve ladies met at the Methodist church Thursday morning, having a “block” party, cutting out blocks to make into baby quilts at their next sewing day. Benjamin Anderjaska was baptized Sunday at Holy Family...
  • College Notes

    Marcos Ramirez Marcos Ramirez of Wauneta has been named to the Fall, 2011 semester Deans’ List for full-time students at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Students must carry at least 12 credit hours and earn a minimum of a 3.75 grade point aver...
  • Lincoln-McPherson Extension looking to fill Extension Board seats

    By Randall Saner Extension Educator Lincoln-McPherson Counties North Platte   The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for appointments to be made to the Lincoln-McPherson Counties Extension Board of Directors. Appointment ...
  • Director completes “Director Certification Program”

    Rick Taylor, a director of the Frenchman Valley Farmers Co-op of Imperial, recently completed a four-phase educational program co-sponsored by the Nebraska Cooperative Council and CoBank. He will receive a Certificate of Recognition acknowledging completi...
  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service extends sign-up period for Conservation Stewardship Program

    USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Dave White today announced that the cut-off date for the current Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) ranking period has been extended to Jan. 27, 2012. Producers who maintain a high level of con...
  • Ward attends American Legion Auxiliary Mid-Year Conference

    Jo Ann Ward, a member of Palisade American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 318, attended the Department of Nebraska’s 79th annual Mid-Year Conference in Norfolk, Neb., Jan. 13-15. While there she had the opportunity to attend the Oratorical Contest for high sch...
  • Memorial books and new books at the Wauneta Public Library

    The Wauneta Public Library has been the recipient of many memorials and donations. They include: “Collectors Cars” by Mick Walker, given in memory of Ray Hamilton; “Learning” by Karen Kingsbury, donated in memory of Marge Engell; “The Trackers...
  • Jan. 21 meeting of Wallace CWC is cancelled

    The Wallace Christian Women’s Club’s meeting set for Jan. 21 will not be held this coming weekend. Those planning to attend, please take note. Please watch for announcement of the February meeting....