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  • Soup luncheon benefit this Sunday to offset medical, travel expenses for Cayer family

    Friends of the Cayer family are hosting a benefit luncheon Sunday (Sept. 14) to help offset the family’s medical and travel expenses after Dana, right, pictured with his family, from left, daughter Candice, wife Rose and daughter Dayna at his daught...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week September 9, 2004 WP school enrollment dropped by 25 students over last year, according to Wauneta-Palisade Superintendent Charles Isom. The 2004-2005 opening enrollment was 250. Five years ago enrollment stood at 317 students.. ...
  • Bringing the farm back to school

    By Elisha Smith Center for Rural Affairs Children across Nebraska are back in school, mourning the loss of summer, and probably unenthused about their school lunches. But there might be something new on the menu, thanks to a Nebraska Farm to School pil...
  • Village Board holds budget workshop for 2014-2015 fiscal year

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Wauneta village board members met Tuesday, Aug. 26 for a budget workshop to review a preliminary budget for the 2015 fiscal year, which starts Oct. 1, 2014, and goes through Sept. 30, 2015. Board members Ll...
  • Nebraska Kids TRUTH Campaign’s Color Me Courageous run registrations continue, sign up by Sept. 6 for t-shirt

    By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze Organizers from the Nebraska Kids TRUTH Campaign are encouraging runners and walkers to get their entries in for the upcoming Imperial Color Me Courageous run. The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 in Camp...
  • W-P grad completing Peace Corps service in Panama

    Brennan Keiser, right, is currently serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nueva Estrella, Panama where he works as a sustainable agricultural systems volunteer. (Courtesy Photo)   By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Brennan Keiser, 2008 ...
  • How insurers’ limited provider networks restrict choice

    By Trudy Lieberman Editor’s Note: The Rural Health News Service is funded by a grant from The Commonwealth Fund and distributed through the Nebraska Press Association Foundation, the Colorado Press Association, the South Dakota Newspaper Association ...
  • Sixteen Broncos look for more on gridiron in 2014

    Wauneta-Palisade returning letterwinners are (l to r) Joseph Sramek, Brody Nordhausen, Gage Crowell (center), Chase Rathe and Chris Carl. Billy Straub is also a returning letterwinner. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta ...
  • Despite heat, humidity, 150 finish Chase County Fair Run events

    Tony Cribelli and Al Zuege of Imperial, right, both in the 70-plus division, completed the 5K, showing the Fair Run isn’t just for the younger set. (Imperial Republican Photo)   By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican   Many of the runners in t...
  • Wauneta-Palisade area 4-Hers participate in Hayes County Fair

    Buckaroos 4-H Club members who were awarded grand champion honors and ribbons at the Hayes County Fair include from left: Reagan Skow, Ben Anderjaska and Wes Anderjaska. (Courtesy Photo)   Horse Show Senior Horse Showmanship: Grand Champion:  We...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week September 2, 2004 Wauneta Methodist Church welcomed their first woman pastor, Rev. Judy Dye. Pastor Judy will serve both the Wauneta and Palisade Methodist churches. The Palisade church has had two woman ministers, serving in the...
  • Points aplenty

    Hunting seasons are kicking into gear around Nebraska. These deer seen west of Wauneta on Old Highway 6 will have to be on guard as archery season began Sept. 1. Firearm season is Nov. 15 through Nov. 23 and muzzleloader season runs from Dec. 1 to Dec. ...
  • Points aplenty

    Hunting seasons are kicking into gear around Nebraska. These deer seen west of Wauneta on Old Highway 6 will have to be on guard as archery season began Sept. 1. Firearm season is Nov. 15 through Nov. 23 and muzzleloader season runs from Dec. 1 to Dec...
  • School enrollment for 2014-2015 school year, pushing 200

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Enrollment numbers are important in all school districts, but especially so in smaller school districts like Wauneta-Palisade. Therefore, it’s great news to report that the enrollment numbers at Wauneta-Pal...
  • One building, two new businesses open in Palisade

    Richard Steinke of Steinke Farm Services recently joined the Palisade business community. He provides on- and off-farm equipment repairs. The new headquarters are on the north end of Main Street. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Sheri Hi...
  • Upcoming auto auction in Grant garners national attention

    Noel, left, Scott, center and Brett Bullock stand behind one of the over 200 classic cars that will be auctioned off Sept. 6 in Grant. The auction has garnered national attention and will put the Bullock family, and Grant in the spotlight. (Timothy Lins...
  • Cowboy poet, humorist to entertain at annual historical society meeting

    R.P. Smith has been honing his skills as a “Nebraska homegrown humorist and cowboy poet” for years by reciting for ruminates, relatives and ranchers. He will entertain those attending the annual Chase County Historical Society meeting Sept. 10 at 6...
  • FVC returns $1 million in cash patronage refunds to members

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Patrons of Frenchman Valley Coop received $1 million in cash patronage dividends for the fiscal year that ended Jan. 31, 2014. General Manager Doug Ohlson reviewed the coop’s fiscal report during their a...
  • Seven seniors lead the way for WP volleyball

    Wauneta-Palisade returning letter winners are (clockwise from bottom middle) Brianna Einspahr, Nicole Strand, Leiauna Alberts, Lesley Stehno, Sydnee Harchelroad and Hannah Nordhausen. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta B...
  • Another year of fair memories banked

    By Lori Pankonin   Once again, our neighborhood grew by thousands of people. Gradually, the empty Chase County Fair grounds filled up. Lights filled the skies. Smells and sounds filled the air. A wide variety of entertainment became options for all ag...