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Thu
28
May

Pawnee City swimming pool needs your help

The City of Pawnee City wants to renovate the pool and they need your help. It would be too expensive to build a new pool, which would be a multi-million dollar project. The city is hoping to raise $132,000 to resurface the pool instead.
 
Thu
28
May

Pierce helps honor

Cara Pierce helps honor those who have served their country at the Pawnee City ceremony.
 
Thu
28
May

Driver loses control of car, goes off bridge

Thomas J. Hildebrand told EMS responders he had fallen asleep when his accident happened. Hildebrand of Table Rock was southbound on Highway 65 when he apparently fell asleep, hit the  guard rail on the west side of the roadway, then hit the end of the bridge. The bridge is the first one south of Highway 4 on 65. The vehicle rolled to the west and landed in a gully about 20-25 feet below the road surface.
 
Thu
28
May

Pawnee City pauses to remember sacrifices

It looked like rain, but we had a pastor putting in a word for us. Pastor Marvin Jamison saw the rain clouds early Memorial Day and said a prayer to God to let it come and get over with so we could have our ceremony at 11 a.m. Someone heard him because the sun came out before the ceremony and we had a bright day before us to remember those who have sacrificed for  their country.Jamison gave the invocation and benediction as he has for many years, and invoked the name of God to help us to be thankful  for what a few did for so many.
 
Wed
20
May

Pawnee City Cemetery Memorial Day Service

Former State VFW Commander Harold Schlender is the speaker at the Memorial Day Program at the Pawnee City Cemetery Memorial Day, Monday, May 25 at 11 a.m. He will also emcee the event. The American Legion Post 168, VFW Post 5289, and Am-Vets Post 3 of Pawnee County are sponsoring the event.

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Wed
20
May

Saying goodbye to another school year

These Pawnee City clementary school students wave goodbye to anoother school year. They are from left, Karl Kaster, Zakery Rapp, Ariana Fetherkile, Kaminn Koester, Ayden Hunzeker, and Stella Henzeker. Summer vacation started at noon Tuesday.

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Wed
20
May

Pawnee City High School graduated 21 on Saturday

The 2015 senior class graduated Pawnee City High School Saturday. Here’s a list of where the graduates are going and the scholarships they won. Jordan Barrs - Horticulture, Metro Comm. College. Andrew Belding - Business Management, UNK; Morningside College  Athletic Grant; Morningside College Ambassador Award; Learn to Dream Award.

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Wed
20
May

Pawnee County blessed with many heroes

Pawnee County has been blessed with many brave soldiers and this Memorial Day we remember those who have gone  on before, especially those who have lost their lives defending our freedom. This story pretends to be only a sketch of those brave warriors, and is by no means a complete list. There are many  who are not mentioned because of space restrictions, but we all can take a moment and thank them either publicly or privately,  perhaps just a quiet word of thanks. They gave so much to make sure we live in the greatest country in the world.

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Wed
13
May

Tecumseh mayor sees 'Tecumseh bashing'

Tecumseh Mayor Bill Montz said some Tecumsehbashing is going on around the state and country. He said media people are calling him from as far away as Sacramento, Calif. to ask him about the riot at the Tecumseh State Correctional Facility and they all seem intent on asking if the prison disturbance in fact will deter people from wanting to live in Tecumseh.
 
Wed
13
May

Decorating jars

Kelsie Kaster, Kaylea Speckmann and Kori Speckmann spent about 3 hours decorating jars to use for milk jugs to accommodate the cookies and other goodies they plan to have for their graduation reception on May 9.
 

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