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Wauneta Palisade FFA purchase two dissecting microscopes, preserved parasite specimens and collecting materials to enhance its parasite identification project. Two Farm Credit Services of America representatives presented the check to FFA Advisor Teresa Hayes and Gaston. Pictured from left are Grant Dixon, Hayes, Gaston and Willy O’Neil.

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Members of the Wauneta-Palisade defense gang tackle the Mullen runner. Pictured are (left to right) Cash Yearous (12), Caid Doetker (28), Joel Maris (17), Dennis Cavanaugh, Paxton Gleason (52), Austen Rozelle and Braxton McKinney (25).

Local News

After several months of contemplations, Chase County Commissioners Dave Hogsett, Chuck Vette and Don Weiss, Jr.

The Wauneta Village Board of Trustees met Sept. 11 for its annual board meeting with a full agenda.

Western States Bank of Wauneta had a Digital Demo Day August 23. High Plains Radio of McCook had its yearly Weiner Wednesday at the event in Wauneta.

Sports

Two prize packages worth close to $275 each are up for grabs in the third annual Kayak Kids’ Essay Competition, sponsored by the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission.

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Freshman Haylee Sandman totaled three and six kills, respectively, for the Broncos during Wauneta-Palisade’s win over Southwest.

Two more wins were added to the Wauneta-Palisade volleyball total after home games last week against Southwest and Stapleton.

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Members of the Wauneta-Palisade defense gang tackle the Mullen runner. Pictured are (left to right) Cash Yearous (12), Caid Doetker (28), Joel Maris (17), Dennis Cavanaugh, Paxton Gleason (52), Austen Rozelle and Braxton McKinney (25).

For the second week in a row the Wauneta-Palisade football team knew it was heading into a tough match up.

Ag & Business

In 2020, more than 9,000 idled irrigation acres in the Upper Republican Natural Resources District will come out of the USDA’s Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program retirement program.

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) has an important role at Husker Harvest Days and other ag-related events.

Marvin Large (seated, center) and the late Arlene Large, of Imperial, were presented the first Pioneer Award from the Beef Reproductive Task Force. Larges were honored Aug. 29 during the Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Symposium in Manhattan, Kan. Pictured at the awards presentation (seated, left to right) are: Regina Pederson, Marvin and Dean Large. Standing (left to right) are: Kevin Large, Dale Large and Joe Large.

The multi-state university-based Beef Reproduction Leadership Team presented its inaugural Pioneer Award Aug. 29 to Marvin and the late Arlene Large of Imperial.

School

Dennis Cavanaugh shows a face of defeat after crashing into a building while he took his turn on the impaired driving simulator.

Wauneta-Palisade Schools was one of the 22 stops on the National Save a Life Tour, a safe driving awareness program, last Wednesday, Sept. 13.

The Wauneta Palisade Schools’ board met Sept. 15 to approve the 2017-2018 budget at a special budget meeting.

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Wauneta Palisade FFA purchase two dissecting microscopes, preserved parasite specimens and collecting materials to enhance its parasite identification project. Two Farm Credit Services of America representatives presented the check to FFA Advisor Teresa Hayes and Gaston. Pictured from left are Grant Dixon, Hayes, Gaston and Willy O’Neil.

Wauneta-Palisade FFA received a $2,000 grant for a Parasite Identification Project. The grant is provided through Farm Credit Services of America’s (FCSAmerica) Working Here Fund.

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