Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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By Ray Kappel.   Somber and yet so beautiful. The Living Stations of the Cross performed at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Steinauer on Good Friday left many very moved. The event is put on by the Youth Group of St. Anthony and Sacred Heart Parish. Pawnee City... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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By Ray Kappel.   “How much does it weigh?” Pawnee City Public Library Director Lola Seitz asked the fourth graders gathered at the library Wednesday, April 16. The students from Pawnee City, Lewiston, and HTRS were at the library to pick up their Golden... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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Saturday April 5, 2014 – Employees of C.J. Foods, Inc. participated in the Ian Ray Memorial Golf Tournament held in Beatrice, NE. This year’s proceeds from the event went to Sage Fisher and her family from Pawnee City. Donnie Fisher, Sage’s father, and his sons played in... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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By Susan Phillips, SENCA.   SENCA Head Start hosted the 6th annual “Track and Field” day on Friday, April 11th at the Auburn High School track. The Olympic style event was held in conjunction with the nationally celebrated “Week of the Young Child”. A... + continue reading
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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KIRKMAN'S - HUMBOLDT - Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer hosted their annual Golf Invitational on Tuesday, April 15th at the Kirkman's Lakeview Golf Course. There were some close scores turned in and even an "ace" by one of our area golfers during the eighteen hole competition... + continue reading

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04/23/2014
By Ray Kappel.   Eric Clapton made a brief appearance at the ZCBJ Hall Saturday, and then quietly disappeared into the night. Maybe it wasn’t really Eric Clapton. Insiders at the Hall know who it was, it was just another brave soul having his first try at Karaoke... + continue reading
04/23/2014
SENECA, KS. - The Pawnee City Lady Indians won yet another track meet in Kansas last week as they won the Nemaha Valley Invitational on Tuesday, April 15th. Pawnee City racked up 122 total points, a full twenty points ahead of 2nd place Nemaha Valley with 102. The boys also made a great showing... + continue reading

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By Carly Hunzeker   The Pawnee City FFA Chapter had a very successful state convention, with two state Career Development Event teams winning state championships, one runner-up team, two scholarship winners, several individual awards and three State FFA Degrees. Pawnee City... + continue reading
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By Ray Kappel   Linda DeKoning has been collecting nutcrackers for 30 years. She’s amassed a collection, along with son Ethan who collects, too, of 125 of them. About 112 of them were on display at the Pawnee County Arts Council Art and Quilt Show last weekend. The... + continue reading
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FREMONT - The Midland University Men’s basketball team wrapped up their most successful season in program history, finishing as the NAIA Div. II National runner-up, and securing a number two national ranking. The Warriors set a new school record for wins, going 30-6 on the year and... + continue reading
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04/23/2014 - 0 comment(s)
By Susan Phillips, SENCA.   SENCA Head Start hosted the 6th annual “Track and Field” day on Friday, April 11th at the Auburn High School track. The Olympic style... + continue reading