Deer hunting is enjoyed by thousands of Nebraskans who want to put meat in their freezer and create memories and carry on traditions with friends and family.
After a rough start to the Wauneta-Palisade football season, the team rattled off four straight wins to reach the Class D2 playoffs for the second year in a row.
Hunters from around the country returned to rural Nebraska Oct. 28-29 to partake in a coveted outdoor tradition—the upland bird hunting season opener.
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Youths and adults taking part in the youth/mentor hunt Oct. 21 included, front from left, Tell Richardson, Braxton Maris, Keenan Cole, Jordan Hopp, Lindsey Mendenhall, Dawson Mollendor, Tyrel Richardson, Trevor Kier, Caleb Kier, Cole Hamilton, Colby Hoskovec, J.D. Tuller, Tennille Warembourg, back from left, Conservation Officer Bryce Streger, Donnie Weiss, Jr., Tyler Kerchal, Matt Goosey, Ashlin Bussell, Linda Nelson, Ed Lee, Cade Francis, Blaine Teeter, Perry Vetter, Gary Warembourg, Steve Haskins, Casey Francis, Mike Herrin, Dan Kunnemann and Conservation officer Kevin Bergstrom.
The Southwestern Nebraska Pheasants Forever (PF) Chapter held its 16th annual Youth Mentor Hunt Oct. 21.
Wauneta-Palisade’s stay in the Class D2 football playoffs was unpleasant in many ways.