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  • Capitol View: Somebody's gonna have to pay for homeowner tax relief

    Gov. Dave Heineman wants to maintain the modicum of property tax relief provided by a $230 million program that took effect last year. In his recent State of the State and budget speech, Heineman delivered a message comparable in its theme to those bein...
  • Sharing with Wauneta: Happiness & Wellness in 2009

    By Nola Straub of Wauneta I wish you happiness and wellness in 2009. Happy And Wellness Cake Justine Funn 1 c. Good Thoughts 2 c. Sacrifice l c. Good Deeds 2 c. Forgiveness l c. Consideration 2 c. Hugs and Kisses Serve daily with a smile. This cake is ve...
  • Wauneta Public Library is recipient of books donated by family and friends

    Family and friends have made several book donations to the Wauneta Public Library in memory of loved ones. They include: In memory of Winona Hollembeak: “The Christmas Jars” by Jason Wright. In memory of Esta Davis Richards (large print): “Home Swee...
  • Healthy Heart Lunch combines fun, education

    Heart disease is the number one killer of women. With that in mind, the annual Women’s Healthy Heart Luncheon will be held Feb. 5 at First United Methodist Church in Imperial. A heart-healthy lunch will be served, following which Traci Hoatson, a Family...
  • Private pesticide training dates set for area

    The training dates for individuals that have their Private Pesticide Certification expiring in 2009 have been set for this area. The dates will also allow those wishing to get their initial certification to achieve that.  The certification is required fo...
  • Chemigation training set in Southwest 4 counties

    Chemigators needing to get initially certified or to re-certify their chemigation licenses can attend workshops close to home in March and April. Two workshops have been scheduled in the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension’s Southwest 4 Counties....
  • Looking Back * January 22, 2009

      10 years ago this week Jan. 21, 1999 Erma Kitt and Lily Howard attended the Senior Center Jamboree talent show Sunday afternoon at the Imperial Senior Center. Both played in the senior band. Loyann and Gaylin Hartzer and her brother, Doug Ta...
  • Broncs stunned by swift Perkins County team, dominate against Garden County

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The Bronco girls dropped a game to a swift and talented Perkins County team in Grant on Friday, then rebounded to post a large win over Garden County on Saturday at home.The Lady Plainsmen, with their quick style of play p...
  • Broncs stunned by swift Perkins County team, dominate against Garden County

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The Bronco girls dropped a game to a swift and talented Perkins County team in Grant on Friday, then rebounded to post a large win over Garden County on Saturday at home.The Lady Plainsmen, with their quick style of p...
  • A 1-1 Week

    Four-point loss at Perkins County precedes Broncs’ 17-point home win against Garden Co. By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The Bronco boys went 1-1 last week, dropping a close contest against Perkins County on the road Friday then beating Garden ...
  • A 1-1 Week

    Four-point loss at Perkins County precedes Broncs’ 17-point home win against Garden Co. By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The Bronco boys went 1-1 last week, dropping a close contest against Perkins County on the road Friday then beating Garden ...
  • Two HC-WP grapplers grab gold at tough Chase County meet

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze Two Bronco wrestlers took the championships in their weight divisions at the Chase County Invite in Imperial on Saturday.Cody Fanning, now 12-5 on the season, took first place in the 145-pound division while teammate Adam ...
  • Two HC-WP grapplers grab gold at tough Chase County meet

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze   Two Bronco wrestlers took the championships in their weight divisions at the Chase County Invite in Imperial on Saturday. Cody Fanning, now 12-5 on the season, took first place in the 145-pound division while teamma...
  • Farm Bureau welcomed as newest Wauneta Chamber member

    Wauneta Chamber President Page Johnston welcomed Kelly Vitosh and Farm Bureau Financial Services as the newest members of the Wauneta Chamber. At left, Johnston presents Vitosh with Farm Bureau’s ceremonial first dollar of profit. Dustin Weiss of Imperi...
  • Farm Bureau welcomed as newest Wauneta Chamber member

    Wauneta Chamber President Page Johnston welcomed Kelly Vitosh and Farm Bureau Financial Services as the newest members of the Wauneta Chamber. At left, Johnston presents Vitosh with Farm Bureau’s ceremonial first dollar of profit. Dustin Weiss of Imperi...
  • Successful year for area athletes, teams seen in 2008

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze The pages of the Breeze were packed full of good news for sports enthusiasts in 2008. Sporting successes such as local Husker walk-on Taylor Dixon, a runner-up finish in girls state track with one participant, Blair Dixon,...
  • Successful year for area athletes, teams seen in 2008

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze The pages of the Breeze were packed full of good news for sports enthusiasts in 2008. Sporting successes such as local Husker walk-on Taylor Dixon, a runner-up finish in girls state track with one participant, Blair Dix...
  • Village Retreat massage studio is Palisade's newest business

    By Dave VrbasThe Wauneta Breeze When Becka (Baxter) Granillo finished obtaining her massage license in September, the first thing she wanted to do was offer the service to the people of her hometown.“This is home and I wanted people here to experience ...
  • Village Retreat massage studio is Palisade's newest business

    By Dave Vrbas The Wauneta Breeze  When Becka (Baxter) Granillo finished obtaining her massage license in September, the first thing she wanted to do was offer the service to the people of her hometown. “This is home and I wanted people here to experien...
  • Nation pauses for historic inauguration

     As millions of their fellow citizens flooded into Washington D.C. Tuesday for the historic inauguration of Pres. Barack Obama, much of the rest of the country took in the event via television, including students at Wauneta-Palisade Schools. At left, mem...