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With the completion of the courtyard project and handicap ramp to the north doors, the latest round of work is finished on the Wauneta Community building.

Members of the Imperial squad include, front from left, batboy Jaret Peterson, Emmitt Zuege, Morgan Peterson, Bennett Bauerle, Dominic Sis, Tysen Lempke, Brit Gockley, back from left, Coach Carl Zuege, Mason Nordhausen, Austin Laird, Braxton McKinney, Ryan Bernhardt, Trevor Peterson, Morel Jurado and Coach Bruce Peterson.

Local News

Wheat harvest is quickly coming to an end in southwest Nebraska as combines, such as this one operated by Dave Brown, cut a swath across Chase County.

Combines continue to roll across southwest Nebraska this week as wheat harvest moves forward.

Diane Stamm | Johnson Publications

 

With the completion of the courtyard project and handicap ramp to the north doors, the latest round of work is finished on the Wauneta Community building.

The Village of Wauneta can put another check on its list of projects for the village’s community building.

Kody Huff

    Kody Huff, for whom a Chase County arrest warrant was issued last month, was arrested Friday without incident in McCook.

Sports

Members of the Imperial squad include, front from left, batboy Jaret Peterson, Emmitt Zuege, Morgan Peterson, Bennett Bauerle, Dominic Sis, Tysen Lempke, Brit Gockley, back from left, Coach Carl Zuege, Mason Nordhausen, Austin Laird, Braxton McKinney, Ryan Bernhardt, Trevor Peterson, Morel Jurado and Coach Bruce Peterson.

A Wauneta athlete is part of the Imperial Junior Legion baseball team that clinched a state berth Monday night by defeating top-seeded Alma in the district tournament championship game in Imperial.

Palisade’s Amelia Clark and Hannah Hanke swam Saturday in Imperial at one of four state qualifying meets across Nebraska.
    Clark swam the back stroke and short free style.

Hunters of migratory birds are reminded of their requirement to register for the Harvest Information Program (HIP) beginning Aug. 1.

Ag & Business

After nearly 20 years as a Chase County Commissioner, Don Weiss, Jr. has resigned his position with the county.

Pheasants Forever will receive $676,600 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust to support several of its conservation efforts—Corners for Wildlife (CFW), Grassland Improvement Program (GIP), Habitat

(AP)—Declaring he has “won the argument’’ on hemp, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that the Senate is on track for a vote to legalize the crop that comes from the same plant tha

School

The busy alumni weekend has come and gone once again. Honored class members and alumni who returned for the alumni banquet had several activities to keep them entertained.

Class of 1948
From front left, DeLores Taylor Denker, Barbara Pennington Johnson, Marilyn Rousey Walker, Bob R. Hardy, back left, Vivian Priest Todd, Lela Kennedy Hamilton and Carroll Greene.

The annual Wauneta/Wauneta-Palisade High School Alumni Banquet is set for this Saturday, May 26.

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