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‘Tis the season to keep your ill-tempered dog in your yard.

Art Whitton | Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska photo

Country star Clay Walker closed out the Ball with a show of both old favorites and selections from his newest album.


Allison Sandman used a distinctly non-ranching related metaphor to describe the 2019 Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska.

The Chase County Museum will be hosting genealogist Kaylene Silvester this Sunday at 2 p.m.
    She will be presenting a program called “Finding Your Roots.”


Doane Track Coach Ed Fye demonstrates correct high jump technique as Wauneta-Palisade Ty Duvel (right) looks on during the Doane Track Camp held June 5 in Imperial.

WP Track Coach Dawn Doetker said it was a great track camp.

Just over 100 runners and walkers finished this year’s Joggin’ for Frogmen 5k held in Imperia May 25.

    The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is accepting grant applications for parks and other outdoor recreation facilities and amenities promoting outdoor recreation.

Ag & Business

With recent storms and significant flooding impacting much of the state, Nebraska Corn is thankful for the outpouring of support at the local and national levels and said there are still opportunit

Experts are concerned about the potential threat posed to Nebraska agriculture by an invasive worm from Asia.

Farmers who are tired of deer destroying their crops could get a new incentive to let hunters onto their land under a bill in the Nebraska Legislature, but some outdoors groups and state officials


Wauneta’s Ella O'Neil, from Chase County High School, is one of 259 high school students from across Nebraska who participated in the 25th Annual Masonic All-Star Marching Band, which performed Saturday, June 1, during Shrine Bowl festivities in Kearney. O'Neil is the daughter of Shannon & Sandy O'Neil of Wauneta

(Front, from left) Bob Walgren, Marjorie Thomas Good, Jack Maddux, (back, from left) Sharon Voorhees Walgren and Sandra Harchelroad Williamson

(Front, from left) Lynn Haarberg, Gary Polly, (back, from left) Athenia Athey Michel, Vesta Smith Dack, Joyce Creasman Hofman and Kay Hoff Christenson.

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