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  • Palisade High School alumni gather for triennial reunion

    Viron Baxter, left, was the sole member of the Class of 1940 in attendance at Friday night’s banquet. However, his wife, Mildred Baxter, who taught elementary classes from 1939 to 1942 was also in attendance. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | The Wauneta Breeze) ...
  • Village board reviews new Wauneta website

    The new official Village of Wauneta website, located at www.wauneta.com, went live on Friday, June 5. The site, designed by Champa Group, LLC, will continue to have new content added daily. (Courtesy Illustration)   By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta ...
  • Village board reviews new Wauneta website

    The new official Village of Wauneta website, located at www.wauneta.com, went live on Friday, June 5. The site, designed by Champa Group, LLC, will continue to have new content added daily. (Courtesy Illustration)   By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Waunet...
  • Palisade Pioneer Days celebration starts tomorrow

    Ethel Bridgman, also known as “GoGo” Bridgman because of her involvement in the Palisade community life, sitting on her “GoGo” scooter and son Gerald Bridgman standing to her left with his “Hurry” cane are both going to be grand marshals in ...
  • The Beauty Bar joins Wauneta’s main street business community

    Crystal Yearous, standing, opened her new business, The Beauty Bar, on Tecumseh Monday. Parker Anderson, seated, had the pleasure of being one of her first customers. The Beauty Bar will offer a variety of services with the goal of providing a “spa-li...
  • Imperial man jailed for alleged possession of child pornography

    By Jan Schultz The Imperial Republican A Chase County employee for nearly 21 years remains in jail this week after his arrest June 2 on alleged possession of child pornography, a Class III felony. Charles (Chuck) Eberhardt, 55, who has worked as...
  • School board fills remaining openings

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade Schools Board met for its regular June meeting on Monday. The highlight of the meeting was filling the remaining teacher openings for the 2015-2016 school year. The four teaching contra...
  • Summer registration; “Hope Inspires Vision”

    By Ron RosatiNCTA Dean   New students to the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis may register for their Fall classes on June 8 or July 13. Incoming students have a chance to put together their Fall course schedule and other enrollment d...
  • State Senator Dan Hughes gets first year under his belt

    State Senator Dan Hughes of Venango completed his first session of this four-year term representing the 44th District in the Nebraska Legislature. With the session over, Hughes is looking forward to getting back on the combine for this year’s wheat ha...
  • N-CORPE refinancing construction bond

    By Russ Pankonin The Wauneta Breeze Members of the Nebraska Cooperative Republican Platte Enhancement Project (N-CORPE) voted to refinance the bond used to finance the construction of the augmentation project in Lincoln County. As a member of t...
  • All poultry events canceled in Nebraska

    By Dharma Blake-Cole The Wauneta Breeze After much consultation with Nebraska Extension and poultry industry leaders, the  Nebraska Department of Agriculture, also known as the NDA, cancelled all poultry events across Nebraska through Jan 1, 2016...
  • Palisade pool ready for swimmers

    The 2015 lifeguards include, from left, Manager Danny Schluckebier, James Martin, Madison Hanke, Assistant Manager Hannah Hanke, and Kian Jones. Lifeguards not pictured: Seth Straub, Billy Straub, Faith Simpson. All lifeguard swimsuits were donated by t...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week June 9, 2005 Southwest Public Power District in Palisade celebrated 60 years of service to southwest Nebraska. Sinner’s Paint and Body Shop built a new storage building east of Wauneta on Highway 6. Wauneta experienced near...
  • Community rallied together to kick off BRAN 35

      By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   The much anticipated arrival of BRAN (Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska) has come and gone in Wauneta. The 35th BRAN started Sunday from Wauneta. BRAN riders, staff and supporters arrived in Wauneta starti...
  • Community rallied together to kick off BRAN 35

      By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze The much anticipated arrival of BRAN (Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska) has come and gone in Wauneta. The 35th BRAN started Sunday from Wauneta. BRAN riders, staff and supporters arrived in Wauneta sta...
  • Joseph Imus, Gina Geier

    Photo by Marcy Shafer   Randy and Kathryn Geier announce the engagement and forth-coming marriage of their daughter, Gina Suzanne to Joseph Imus. Gina is a 2007 graduate of Wauneta-Palisade High School, and received her bachelor’s degree in Elem...
  • “Born and Raised On It” Palisade Pioneer Days kicks off next weekend

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Next weekend, June 12-14, Palisade is the place to be for family fun with a flurry of activities planned throughout the weekend for the annual Palisade Pioneer Days festivities. This year’s Pioneer Days the...
  • Harvest Fest grand marshal, theme announced

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   The Harvest Festival committee has announced the grand marshal and theme of the 2015 celebration. Southwest Public Power District will serve as the Harvest Fest parade grand marshal and the theme will be ...
  • The new Wauneta Roller Mills, celebrating 90 years

    Wauneta Roller Mills is one of the oldest businesses in Wauneta, celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. The Wauneta Roller Mills crew includes, from left, owners Rogan and Ashley Einspahr, Jim Maxfield, Jim Beacham and Tracy Hackney. (Dharma Blake-...
  • Village-wide clean-up a success

    The Village of Wauneta held a village-wide clean-up on Wednesday, May 27. Village employees hauled off approximately 100 tons of household waste, wood and appliances for village residents during the day. Here, from left, Village Superintendent Bill Bisc...