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  • Two Palisade men preparing for Korean War Veterans Honor Flight

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Two area veterans, William Lawless and Ray Ridlen, are getting ready to head out on an Honor Flight for Korean war veterans. The trip, organized by Patriotic Productions in Omaha, will take place on Tuesday, March 25...
  • Balcony House on Nebraska Passport list again

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Nebraska Tourism Commission has announced its 2014 Nebraska Passport Program, and Imperial’s Balcony House Bed and Breakfast has made the list again. The Passport program, which features 80 stops around the stat...
  • Nebraska creek sees highest flows in 30 years

    A U.S. Geological stream gauge on Lodgepole Creek has recorded the highest flows in more than 30 years as a result of snowmelt from a recent snow storm. The high water caused numerous county road closings, as well as the closing of parts of Nebraska Highw...
  • Cattlemen’s Ball seeks vendors for June event

    Event organizers for the 2014 Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska are inviting vendors to participate in the two-day event June 6-7 at the Hoot Owl Ranch, south of Scottsbluff in Banner County. “The General Store committee is hard at work putting together a ...
  • Nebraska Corn Board vacancies

    Terms for three members of the Nebraska Corn Development, Utilization and Marketing Board will expire June 21. The members represent Districts 2, 3 and at-large. District #2 includes the counties of Adams, Clay, Fillmore, Franklin, Webster, Nuckolls and T...
  • Imperial Manor gains 3-Star rating

    Imperial Manor has achieved success recently in being awarded a 3-Star Quality Rating by the U.S. government.          “The staff and administration, along with the mayor and city council, are extremely proud to accomplish this achievement,” sa...
  • Former Wauneta resident faces long battle with cancer

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze Diagnosed with cancer last year, Taya (Gockley) Northrup will spend the rest of her life battling cancer. Northrup, daughter of Denny and Donna Gockley, grew up in Wauneta and graduated from Wauneta-Palisade High Sch...
  • Lenten prayer luncheons kick off this week

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican A series of Lenten prayer luncheons at three local churches start today (Thursday) in Imperial at Crossroads Wesleyan. The luncheons from 12 noon to 12:50 p.m. will also be held on two upcoming Thursdays, March 27 and...
  • Water management best done at local level

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican When it comes to water management in Nebraska, the best guidance comes at the local level. And no, it doesn’t come from the 49 state senators (most of whom represent urban districts) who often think they know wh...
  • High winds contribute to grass, tree fire

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican High winds Sunday afternoon contributed to a grass fire that also burned into a tree line about 2 p.m. Fire Chief Nick Schultz said the winds that afternoon apparently rekindled a burn pile from a previous burn north ...

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