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  • Fanning to play, Geier to coach at Sertoma eight-man all-star game

    Bronco senior Cody Fanning was one of 22 football players chosen to represent western Nebraska at the Sertoma Eight-Man Classic all-star football game in Hastings on June 20. Fanning earned the honor along with other RPAC standouts Matt Gohl, Hayes Center...
  • Cast announced for this month’s ‘Oklahoma!’ musical

    The first-ever musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein will grace the Wauneta-Palisade stage, with an all-school cast lined up for a three-day showing later this month. Set in Oklahoma Territory outside the town of Claremore in 1906, “Oklahoma!” tells th...
  • PHOTOS: Superior musicians

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  • PHOTOS: WP Quiz Bowl Teams

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  • Pennies for Patients drive raises $400-plus

    Wauneta-Palisade students in fifth through 12th grades participated in the Pennies for Patients fundraising drive, earning $408.70 for the program. Organized in cooperation with the WP Student Council, Pennies for Patients is a program started by the Leuk...
  • Expert on amphibians, reptiles to engage SCORE campers

    From exotic wildlife animals to Nebraska native amphibians and reptiles, S.C.O.R.E. 2009 will be the site of many animal visitors this summer. Dr. Dennis Ferraro, a herpetologist from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, will return to S.C.O.R.E. with m...
  • Chase Co. Wrestling Club finishes season at home meet

    Young wrestlers in the Chase County Club wound up their season Sunday by hosting their home tournament in Imperial. The Longhorn gym was a busy place as wrestling got underway mid-afternoon.  On March 24, club members also wrestled at a meet in Waunet...
  • WP fifth, sixth graders place at spelling bee

    Three Wauneta-Palisade students placed at the Hitchcock County/Hayes County Spelling Contest recently. Nicole Strand was a first place winner among sixth grade spellers and Paul Behrends was first among the fifth grade. Ellie Lee took runner-up honors in ...
  • PHOTOS: WP junior high boys and girls track teams

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  • Agro-Terrorism training planned

    Southwest Nebraska Emergency Management and Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department are sponsoring Foreign Animal Disease Response Training on April 24th in McCook and April 25th in Imperial.   This agro terrorism preparedness course for responder...
  • Sharing with Wauneta: Celebrate all your special occasions

    My friend Linda Greene made this soup as part of a family dinner to celebrate her mother’s birthday at the Meadowlark Senior Center where she lives in Cozad.   Taco Soup Linda Greene 2 lbs. hamburger 1 onion, chopped Combine brown and drain. l ca...
  • Julie Schnitzler earns Shelton NSDAR honor

    The Shelton Chapter NSDAR recently announced the selection of Julie Christensen Schnitzler for Women in American History for 2009. Julie Schnitzler graduated from Venango High School in 1985 and attended and graduated from Midland Lutheran College in Fr...
  • Another Perspective: He lives within my heart

    I spotted the ice cold sugar-free caffeine-free A&W root beer in the cooler and knew Austin, my grandson, would enjoy the treat. Although restrictions aren’t as stringent as they were when he first started a medical diet to stop seizures, this root bee...
  • Community Hospital pledges $10,000 for North Platte Health Complex and $100,000 to MCC Events Center

    Community Hospital administration and Board of Directors have announced their support of the new North Platte Community College Health Complex by pledging $10,000 to the project. In return, the hospital will have the honor of naming one of the ten nursin...
  • Looking Back * April 9, 2009

    10 years ago this week April 1, 1999 A Palisade investors group together purchased the Palisade cafe. After renovations of the kitchen and restrooms, new roof, insulation and a general overhaul, the cafe opened Tuesday for business under the management o...
  • Rural poll to focus on economic downturn

    This year’s Nebraska Rural Poll will ask rural residents how they’re faring during the current economic downturn. The University of Nebraska poll is the largest annual survey of rural Nebraskans’ views on quality of life and policy issues. Letters w...
  • Retirement open house planned for Lynn Denker

    After 34 years on staff at Wauneta Co-op Oil, Lynn “George” Denker is stepping down. In honor of his retirement, Wauneta Co-op Oil will host an open house at the Wauneta station on Tuesday, April 14, from 2-4 p.m. MT/3-5 p.m. CT....
  • Business entity reports need to be filed with state

    Secretary of State John Gale issued a reminder that reports for certain Nebraska business entities need to be filed with his office.    Biennial reports of limited liability companies, annual reports of limited liability partnerships and biennial report...
  • Nebraska called ‘Happiest Place in Nation’ on GMA

    Earlier this week on Monday morning, ABC’s Good Morning America featured Nebraska as the “Happiest Place in the Nation”, according to Mainstreet.com’s first ever Happiness Index ranking.   The Happiness Index is all about which states are best we...
  • DNR’s decision on Lower Platte unlikely to have any effect in Republican Basin

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   The recent decision by the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to reverse its stance of a fully-appropriated Lower Platte will have little if any effect on the Republican River Basin.  In late ...