• Where to go from Here?

    Where to go from Here?

    by Josh Barney- The first article posted to myWausaNews was a video from Smorgasbord 2006. (Click here to view) After seven years not much has changed on the site. We have sported new formats to change the look. We have done live broadcasts of games. We have had so much support from the community and […]

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News

Prom Live Tweets

March 22, 2014 | No Comments
Prom Live Tweets

Tweets about “#wausaprom”

Where to go from Here?

February 18, 2014 | 4 Comments
Where to go from Here?

by Josh Barney- The first article posted to myWausaNews was a video from Smorgasbord 2006. (Click here to view) After seven years not much has changed on the site. We have sported new formats to change the look. We have done live broadcasts of games. We have had so much support from the community and […]

Knox County Sheriff’s New Release

February 14, 2014 | No Comments
Knox County Sheriff's New Release

On February 7th the Knox County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the United States Marshall’s Service. The U.S. Marshall’s had information that a Federal Fugitive from Justice in Ohio was staying in the Creighton, Ne area. A quick investigation was made and the information was confirmed that the fugitive was indeed in the Creighton area. […]

JH Basketball Tournament in Osmond

February 14, 2014 | No Comments
JH Basketball Tournament in Osmond

The Junior High boys and girls will travel to Osmond on Saturday for their first tournament of the season. The teams will participate in two tournaments this season.  Besides the Osmond tournament the team will travel to Hartington next week. Good Luck to the teams as they wrap up their year. Click here for the […]

Sports

Vikings End their Season during First Round

November 4, 2013 | No Comments
Vikings End their Season during First Round

Mental Mistakes and bad open field tackling resulted in a loss for the Vikings in 1st round NSAA playoffs against the Wynot Blue Devils.  The team traveled to Wynot for the second week in a row. This time welcoming back to the field Matt Koehler and Spencer Rosberg who recovered from injuries sustained earlier in […]

Volleyball Girls Travel to Plainview for Sub Districts

November 4, 2013 | No Comments
Volleyball Girls Travel to Plainview for Sub Districts

The Wausa Volleyball squad will travel to Plainview for the D2 Sub District Tournament. The team goes into this tournament with 7 wins and 17 losses. Last week in Conference tournament games the lady Vikes came home with one loss against Hartington and a win against Winnebago. Tonight (11/4.2013) the team is matched against 1-19 […]

Cross Country Qualifiers Head to State

October 25, 2013 | No Comments
Cross Country Qualifiers Head to State

By- Tanor McFarland Cross country is nearing its end for the season and that means one thing, state championships. The Bloomfield-Wausa harriers qualified three competitors for state at the district meet Thursday, October 17 in Oakland. Senior Breana Gallup qualified for state, Friday, October 25, with a 9th place finish. Gallup qualified for the second […]

Volleyball: Osmond

October 24, 2013 | No Comments
Volleyball: Osmond

By Kylie Wiegert and Ted DeBilzen- The Lady Vikings hit 92% of their serves Tuesday night in a 3-1 Parent’s Night win against the Osmond Lady Tigers. In the first set the Vikings won 25-20. The Vikings jumped out to a 2-0 lead, winning the second set 25-22.  The Tigers battled back in the third […]

Sheriff's Report

Knox County Sheriff’s Report

February 5, 2014 | No Comments
Knox County Sheriff's Report

On January 24 2014 a report was received of a one vehicle accident just approximately .2 of a mile north of 533 Ave on Highway 13.  A 2004 Chevrolet owned and driven by Richard Adams of Creighton, NE, blew a tire and entered the west ditch striking a sign. The vehicle received over $1,000.00 damage. […]

Knox County Sheriff’s Report

December 23, 2013 | No Comments
Knox County Sheriff's Report

On December 14, 2013, the Knox County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a theft from Brett Fuchtman. Brett reported that he is missing two saddles. The first saddle is a Corriente Wade saddle approximately 1 year old, two tone brown with a rawhide saddle horn and tapadero stirrups. The second saddle is an older […]

Knox County Sheriff’s Report

December 12, 2013 | No Comments
Knox County Sheriff's Report

On Saturday, December 14th, 2013, the Knox County 911 system will be rerouted while the Knox County Courthouse is being re-wired.  During that time there may be a short delay in the Fire, Rescue and Law Enforcement calls being responded to as the telephone, radio and pager communications will be handled at locations other than […]

Knox County Sheriff’s Press Release

December 3, 2013 | No Comments
Knox County Sheriff's Press Release

On November 25, 2013 the Knox County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a theft from the Creighton Community Golf Course. Taken in the THEFT was a Husqvarna Model 324 LDX line trimmer with an additional hedge trimmer attachment. Total value of items taken was estimated at $730.00. The items were stored in the cart […]

Video

[Video] Students Decorate “Grinch’s” Office

December 20, 2013 | 1 Comment
[Video] Students Decorate "Grinch's" Office

The Senior Class at Wausa High School decorated their Principal’s Room while he was gone. They wanted to give this Grinch some Holiday Cheer before the School took their Christmas Break.    

Viking Football Trivia

October 9, 2013 | No Comments
Viking Football Trivia

Viking Football Trivia – Homecoming 2013

Winter Storm 4/18/2013 [Video]

April 19, 2013 | 1 Comment
Winter Storm 4/18/2013 [Video]

Some video from April 18th, 2013 during the snow and wind storm that visited the area once again. Besides some low visibilities the interesting view was movement of the  power lines during the wind storm.

“Wonderland” Wausa One-Act

December 22, 2012 | No Comments
"Wonderland" Wausa One-Act

We present to you the Wausa One-Act Performance of “Wonderland”

Rooster Tales

Rooster Tales

April 5, 2013 | 1 Comment
Rooster Tales

America has lost its decency, manners, politeness…………….and soon without quick changes, character! Many moons and tens of thousands of miles have passed since adding a post to the Roostertales.  If you are on the internet, ‘forwarded emails’ are a great way to enhance your communications with a variety of themes from folks all over the […]

Gladstone’s Tradition Is More Than A Happy Rock…

May 31, 2012 | 10 Comments
Gladstone's Tradition Is More Than A Happy Rock...

Don’t let the title fool ya…the purpose of this ‘R-tales’ rests solely with the little league ball players and their respective importance in extending the ‘Baseball Tradition’ in Wausa. If you ask any of our Wausa players about baseball tradition you may get a weird stare in response.  Tradition to them may be nothing more […]

Rustr talz… “Euro-friendly language enlightens for simplicity”

November 14, 2011 | No Comments
Rustr talz…   “Euro-friendly language enlightens for simplicity"

It has been quite awhile since having penned anything in the ‘Tales’, so will take the easy way back into your website.  As most know, I’ve had complete knee surgery which has not exactly been a walk in the park.  Everybody has different rates of recovery and use, which for sure has been more than […]

Rooster tales: ‘Are ya Ready For Some (old-style) Football???

August 15, 2011 | 2 Comments
Rooster tales:   ‘Are ya Ready For Some (old-style) Football???

While I’m not sure how my thoughts about the ‘stacking street cups’ video found its way under the response to ‘early school news’, I guess it still remains a question for some science students and therefore appropriate. Each and every student is dearly appreciated and will be given the best chance to become a continuing-learner […]

Opportunities

Pool Position Applications Taken

March 22, 2013 | No Comments
Pool Position Applications Taken

Applications now being taken for Manager, Assistant Manager & lifeguards at Wausa Municipal Swimming Pool. Manager & Assistant Manager must have pool operator’s license and all must have Advanced Lifesaving & CPR. Applications are available at the Village Clerk’s office, Wausa, 586-2311

Main Street Grocery Job Available

June 30, 2012 | No Comments
Main Street Grocery Job Available

Main Street Grocery in Wausa is seeking a energetic, motivated individual with excellent customer service skills.  Some heavy lifting is required and the job will be approximately 35 hours per week.  Saturdays are required.  Individuals 18 and older are preferred. If interested please stop by in to the store during normal business hours.   For more […]

Main Street Grocery Now Hiring

April 28, 2012 | No Comments
Main Street Grocery Now Hiring

Main Street Grocery in Wausa, NE is seeking an energetic, self motivated individual with excellent customer service skills in a fast pace environment.  Some heavy lifting is required.  Every Monday, Wednesday and every other Saturday in the meat department. For more information please inquire at the grocery store or call 402.586.2224.

Job Opening in Wausa

April 12, 2012 | No Comments
Job Opening in Wausa

Thabor Tots Childcare Center in Wausa, Nebraska has announced a job opening.  The center is now hiring full-time and part-time help.  Individuals will need very flexible hours, great with children, energetic, dependable, and have a great work ethic. All applicants must be 16 years or older.  For inquiries call 402.586-2195 or stop by in person […]

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Lots of Activities in Wausa Tonight

Lots of Activities in Wausa Tonight

February 11, 2014 | No Comments

Jr. High basketball vs. Osmond will begin at 1:30pm Girls followed by boys. Its parents night for both boys and girls varsity basketball squads and parents will be admitted free to the games. WEA Soup Supper from 5:00pm until 8:00pm. High School Basketball vs Hartington will begin at 4:00pm with Girls JV followed by boys. […]