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Caitlin Pollmann of Southwestern Vet Service of Wauneta presents Wauneta-Palisade’s FFA chapter with a $953 donation last week. The money came from a program run by Zoetis, which makes medicine and vaccinations for pets and livestock. It represents one percent of Southwestern Vet Service’s purchase of the company’s products between Feb. 1 and April 20 of last year.

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Pictured above is (front row, left to right) Braelynn Sprague, cheerleader Katlynn Parrish-Yell, Lileigh Littrel, Cheyenne Parrish, cheerleader Payton Yearous holding Doz Kinyua, Aubrie Ramirez, Natalie Walker, Annaly Ramirez, cheerleader Faith Burton, (back row, left to right) cheerleaders Haley Walker and Kelsey Allen, Alicyn Cox, cheerleaders Michaela Dukes, Chloe Stehno and Olivia Behrends.

 

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Joel Maris, a 2019 Wauneta-Palisade graduate has been awarded with the annual VFW Post 7996 and American Legion Auxiliary Post #304 Scholarship of $400. Presenting the check is Dennis and Sheila Pfeiffer. Maris attends the University of Nebraska-Kearney where he is studying Wildlife Biology.

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Cody Holmes gets a win at the Sutherland Invite before the Christmas break. Holmes and his teammates will be at the Dundy County-Stratton Invite Friday and at Garden County Saturday.

Local News

The tree is back in the attic, the decorations are back in their boxes and the last leftovers were eaten long ago. But in one sense, the Christmas holidays aren’t over.

If you’re considering cutting the cable or ditching the dish, BWTelcom wants you to know it can help.

The fleet of drones that has been appearing over Nebraska and Colorado may be disappearing.

Sports

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Pictured above is (front row, left to right) Braelynn Sprague, cheerleader Katlynn Parrish-Yell, Lileigh Littrel, Cheyenne Parrish, cheerleader Payton Yearous holding Doz Kinyua, Aubrie Ramirez, Natalie Walker, Annaly Ramirez, cheerleader Faith Burton, (back row, left to right) cheerleaders Haley Walker and Kelsey Allen, Alicyn Cox, cheerleaders Michaela Dukes, Chloe Stehno and Olivia Behrends.

 

Saturday, Jan. 11 Pre-k through sixth grade Bronco cheerleaders gathered in the Wauneta Gym for the cheerleaders annual cheer camp.

The Wauneta-Palisade boys’ basketball team still hasn’t found an answer for the Hitchcock County Falcons, but were able to add one to the win column with a win over Southwest.

The Wauneta-Palisade girls’ basketball team split games last week, falling to 7-3 Hitchcock County before getting a tough home win against 4-7 Southwest.

Ag & Business

For the second straight year, the value of cropland in Chase County showed a decline.

Nebraska lawmakers who want to update the state’s largest tax incentive program for businesses are getting ready to try again with a lot of confidence, despite a major setback that stalled their pa

The annual habitat tour will start today (Thursday) at the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Imperial at 706 East 5th Street at 4:30 p.m.

School

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Caitlin Pollmann of Southwestern Vet Service of Wauneta presents Wauneta-Palisade’s FFA chapter with a $953 donation last week. The money came from a program run by Zoetis, which makes medicine and vaccinations for pets and livestock. It represents one percent of Southwestern Vet Service’s purchase of the company’s products between Feb. 1 and April 20 of last year.

Mid-Plains Community College (MPCC) in Imperial is beginning community education classes this month, said Brenda Ledall, MPCC Imperial campus coordinator.

    Ellen (Lee) Marquardt, a 2016 graduate of Wauneta-Palisade, has been named to the Hastings College Dean’s List for its Fall 2019 semester.

 

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