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Shelby Brennan | Johnson Publications

Landen Lawless of Wauneta’s Southwest Nebraska Properties purchased the formerly village-owned apartment buildings for $60,000 — the original minimum bid when the village first tried to sell the properties.


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Caitlin Pollmann of Southwestern Vet Service of Wauneta presents Wauneta-Palisade’s FFA chapter with a $953 donation last week. The money came from a program run by Zoetis, which makes medicine and vaccinations for pets and livestock. It represents one percent of Southwestern Vet Service’s purchase of the company’s products between Feb. 1 and April 20 of last year.

Local News

More than a month after they suddenly closed, Cenex Co-op stations in Wauneta and Palisade appear to be no closer to reopening.

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Tom Pantera | Johnson Publications

Librarian Ruth Hohl has worked the circulation desk at the Wauneta Public Library for 38 years.

Ruth Hohl is hoping that those who lose a loved one choose to memorialize them with words.

10 years ago this week
February 27, 2010
    Wilva Harchelroad called on Edie Sandman Monday and Tuesday afternoon.


With two subdistrict wins in North Platte last week, the Wauneta-Palisade girls’ basketball team advanced to the district finals.

The Wauneta-Palisade boys’ basketball team couldn’t overcome a 22-point first half deficit in their regular season finale Friday against Mullen.

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Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications

Hunter Miner earned a unique pin in his first match Saturday at North Platte St. Pat’s, but fell one match short of a state berth.

The Wauneta-Palisade wrestling season came to a close at North Platte St. Pat’s Saturday at districts.

Ag & Business

For the second straight year, the value of cropland in Chase County showed a decline.

Nebraska lawmakers who want to update the state’s largest tax incentive program for businesses are getting ready to try again with a lot of confidence, despite a major setback that stalled their pa

The annual habitat tour will start today (Thursday) at the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Imperial at 706 East 5th Street at 4:30 p.m.


This school year has a ways to go, and next school year is even farther off. But if you have a child who will enter kindergarten in the fall, it’s not too early to start getting them ready.

More than 5,700 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have been named to the Deans’ List for the fall semester of the 2019-20 academic year.

Summer and fall registration begins March 9 for current students and March 16 for new students at Mid-Plains Community College.


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