Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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By Ray Kappel On an overcast day last Tuesday, Nov. 22, the ground was broken for the Assisted Living Facility in Pawnee City. It was a tremendous day for Pawnee City and a statement about what volunteerism is all about. This building came to this start because so many people gave of their free... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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Though there were threats of bad weather, the musical barometer at the Methodist Church in Pawnee City was high for the Evening of Music Sunday. Performers making excellent vocal music for the soul were soloists Paula Clement, Tecumseh; Roy Mullin, DuBois and Joe Davis, Pawnee City. Don and Marcia... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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Last Year's Record: 11-13 Coach Niss’ season outlook: “Experience will be a big part of being able to do what we would like to this season. This group really started to click in the second half of last season so we hope to grow from that. As the season progresses and we’re... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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Last Season’s Record: 13-12 Coach Colvin’s season outlook: “We are in the process of indentifying our strengths as a team right now. We do have some decent size/length on the roster so we hope to be able to be strong attacking the paint. Depth, experience and perimeter play are... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
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The Pawnee City commercial quilt, currently on display at the library, was created by the Pawnee City Historical Society with the support of local businesses and organizations. The quilt is composed of both machine- and hand-embroidered blocks featuring the businesses. It is modeled on a Pawnee... + continue reading

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11/30/2016
By Ray Kappel It’s on to state for the Pawnee City One- Act cast. They topped a tough district Monday afternoon at Tri-County. Second place went to Nebraska City Lourdes and third went to Nebraska Lutheran in a tight race. Coach Laura Bloss is pretty pleased with her group. “It feels... + continue reading
11/30/2016
It’s that time of year again. Time for the Christmas Holiday Festival put on by the Pawnee City Chamber of Commerce Dec. 9. First of all, the best news of all, Santa is coming down from the North Pole and will set up shop at Home Comforts/Memory Magic from 5 to 7 p.m. Get your picture taking... + continue reading

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By Ray Kappel   Chris Rauner shot a 22 pt. buck with a bow during the deer hunting season this year. The County Highway Superintendent has been bow-hunting for about 10 years and has been watching this particular buck for a couple of years on his motion cameras. He has had his eye on him,... + continue reading
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By Ann Wickett   This Thanksgiving, Terry Kerr of St. Mary is thankful for all of God’s blessings, especially for our parents, who gave us the gift of faith and love of family. My parents, Keith and Velma Madden, passed away in 2000 and 2001 and we are so blessed that 15 years... + continue reading
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The Dubois Community Foundation presented the proceeds from Eric Klepper Memorial Fun Run to Garrison Droge and his parents, Jordan and Natalie. Garrison was born June 27, 2016 with HLHS (Hypo Plastic Left Heart Syndrome). He has already had open heart surgery to begin his journey in life. Garrison... + continue reading
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11/30/2016 - 0 comment(s)
Last Year's Record: 11-13 Coach Niss’ season outlook: “Experience will be a big part of being able to do what we would like to this season. This group really started to click in the... + continue reading