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Above, staff membersof the School Student Weekly News are (front, from left) Abby Blackman, Kameron Jutten, Ayden Baker (back, from left) Kaden Shifflet, Aiden Wheeler and (not pictured) Jackson Wessels.

Local News

10 years ago this week
May 27, 2010

Another illness has hit this area, although not in pandemic numbers — and it’s an annual occurrence.

It appears unlikely that Cenex Co-Op stations in Wauneta and Palisade will reopen.


Much like everything else amid COVID-19, planning for summer activities remains up in the air.

Wauneta-Palisade’s Ben Anderjaska hopefully has a few more football games in his future.

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Tucker Boos finished second on the team with 36 three-pointers, while starting all 26 games.

The Wauneta-Palisade boys’ basketball had a lot of unknowns heading into the start of practices in November.

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.


The Wauneta-Palisade Schools District has released its list of senior awards and recognition for this year.
    The following students won scholarships:

Despite the unique ending to the school year, academic honors are still being announced for students across the state.

d the Wauneta American Legion Auxiliary Post 304 have announced this years scholarship winner.


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