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  • WP blows out Maywood for fifth win of season

    Paul Behrends reaches to save a ball from going out of bounds against Maywood Friday night. Behrends scored eight points. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade boys’ basketball team exper...
  • Lady Broncos head to subdistrict with 18-5 record

    Hannah Nordhausen (left) and Leiauna Alberts (10) battle for a rebound during WP’s win over Maywood Friday. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   Following last week’s over time win against Sutherland, t...
  • Second annual Joggin’ for Frogmen coming to Imperial in May

    The second annual Imperial Joggin’ for Frogmen 5k race will be back in May. Set for 9 a.m. Saturday, May 30, at Campbell Park, the 2015 fundraising goal is $20,000. The 2014 race raised over $10,500. For a limited time, race registration for the 5...
  • New Harchelroad dealership in Imperial starting to take shape

    Workers began erecting the steel last week on a new building that will house the Harchelroad Motors dealership. It is located at 600 East Hwy. 6 in Imperial. (Imperial Republican Photo) This drawing is a rendition of what the new dealership will look...
  • Registration opens Sunday, March 1 for summer SCORE camps in Imperial

    Khoreen Vetter, who recently moved to Tampa, Fla., and now works for Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, will be in Imperial for SCORE camps this summer. Here, she is pictured with Bruce, an Aldabra Tortoise. (Courtesy Photo)   “Go Wild With Science” is t...
  • Jutten one of 14 nursing students elected to international honor society

    Jenna Jutten, daughter of John and Amey Jutten, is one of 14 nursing students from the University of Nebraska Medical Center-Northern Division recently inducted into an international honor society. (Courtesy Photo)   Fourteen Students from the Unive...
  • Can a tablecloth really drain that much energy?

    By Lori Pankonin My story continues about the effects of clearing clutter. Oh my. We’ve been making a conscious effort to purge, purge, purge at home. Our office staff is also jumping on board to eliminate all the unnecessary stuff. It’s quite the pr...
  • Morning floor debates, afternoon bill hearings

    By Sen. Dan Hughes This is the time of year where we having morning floor debate and then in the afternoons we have bill hearings.  One of the committees that I am on is the General Affairs Committee,  we have completed our bill hearings.  Most of th...
  • Looking Back

    10 years ago this week February 17, 2005 Wauneta-Palisade school board members held a public meeting Monday night for public opinion on moving the Wauneta Attendance Center grade school to Palisade. To further review the matter, the vote to move K-4 st...
  • Fire department elects new leadership

    Members of the Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department elected new leadership at their January Meeting. Shannon O’Neil, center, will serve as Chief, Tanner Bardsley, right, as Assistant Chief and Michael Gardner as Training Officer. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | T...
  • Fire department elects new leadership

    Members of the Wauneta Volunteer Fire Department elected new leadership at their January Meeting. Shannon O’Neil, center, will serve as Chief, Tanner Bardsley, right, as Assistant Chief and Michael Gardner as Training Officer. (Sheri Hink-Wagner | T...
  • WP discusses coop/unification with Hayes Center

    Wauneta-Palisade, Hayes Center activity coop or unified district could mean more student opportunities   By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze   Committees from the Wauneta-Palisade Public Schools Board and the Hayes Center Public School Bo...
  • Traveling Vietnam Wall coming to Imperial in April

    The Traveling Vietnam Wall will be on display in Imperial April 22-26. The Wall is an 80-percent scale of the original Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall in Washington, D.C. The event is being sponsored by the Imperial Chamber of Commerce and VFW Post 4688 ...
  • Anderjaska visits Capitol Hill to advocate for public schools

    Wauneta-Palisade School Board President and President-Elect of the Nebraska School Board Association Jon Anderjaska traveled to Washington, D.C. early this month to advocate for public schools. The trip included visits to all five Nebraska congressional...
  • Another attempt being made to repeal motorcycle helmet law

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican   Members of the Legislature’s Transportation and Telecommunications held a hearing Monday on LB31, which seeks to repeal Nebraska’s helmet law. There’s no question where 44th District Senator Dan ...
  • School board holds board retreat, regular meeting Monday

    By Sheri Hink-Wagner The Wauneta Breeze The Wauneta-Palisade Schools board held two meetings, a special board retreat and the regular February meeting, Monday. The retreat included goal setting and budget planning for the next school year. School ...
  • Sailors and Raiders add to Broncos’ troubles

    Cash Yearous puts on the brakes to avoid the Sutherland trap. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade Broncos’ basketball team’s struggles continued last week with losses to Medicine V...
  • Med. Valley, Sutherland fall to Lady Broncos

    Ellie Lee (right) clears out room for Brianna Einspahr to drive to the basket. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   With subdistricts looming, the Wauneta-Palisade girls’ basketball team improved its reco...
  • WP headed to Hemingford for district wrestling

    Gage Crowell looks for the upper hand as he shoots for the legs of Red Cloud/Blue Hill’s Dylan Buschow. (Diane Stamm | The Wauneta Breeze)   By Diane Stamm The Wauneta Breeze   The Wauneta-Palisade wrestlers traveled to Bartley Saturday for th...
  • Changing beef industry focus of Cattleman’s Day in Imperial Feb. 19

    Sale barns broke records on cattle prices last year. Mother Nature, as usual, was also unpredictable and input prices also continued to creep upward—forage was no exception. Cattle producers may have questions about what to do in 2015. A meeting ne...