Thursday, December 6, 2018
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On December 7, 1941 at 9:48 a.m., the attack on Pearl Harbor began. It was led by 358 Imperial Japanese planes, coming in two waves. Their main targets: eight battleships at dock. All eight were damaged, four of them sunk. It was all over in 90 minutes. My dad’s cousin Art Dupree, a farm... + continue reading
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PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Lady Indians had a good start to their game against Diller/Odell on Parent's Night, Thursday, November 29th, but couldn't finish in the second half. A long nine-minute scoring drought hampered their chances of getting a victory. P.C. led early in the game at... + continue reading
Thursday, December 6, 2018
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PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Indians hosted Diller/Odell on Thursday night, November 29th for their home opener and Parent's Night. Both teams got off to a slow start, but P.C. had the hot hand early with Sabian Adams scoring on a rebound and putback and TJ Mawhiney getting a steal and... + continue reading
Thursday, December 6, 2018
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Table Rock voters had a choice of four candidates for three spots on the Village Board in the November 6 election. The top vote-getter was a new face in town, a young man, just turning 28. Kenny Edwards received 80 votes to lead the field. Milan Tomek and Cayle Rauner were re-elected to the... + continue reading
Thursday, November 29, 2018
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Dale Buman called it the worst snow he has ever moved. Buman has been moving snow for 35 some years and he said last weekend’s blast of 10-12 inches in the area was the worst he has seen. He said that is because it was so wet on the bottom and dry on the top. That made it tough to move... + continue reading

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12/06/2018
Lanie L. Heidemann of Elk Creek was among 32 people arrested in an alleged cock fighting incident near Louisville, NE. Cass County Sheriff Wm. C. Brueggemann advised that on Saturday, November 24th, 2018 at 12:33 p.m.. Cass County Deputies, along with Nebraska State Patrol responded to an... + continue reading
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Two people have moved into the new Assisted Living Facility and two more are expected soon. The new facility opened August 1. Assisted Living Facility Board Chairman John DeFreece said it was expected that the facility would get a few in the early going. To fill the facility will take time,... + continue reading

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Last Year's Record: 6-18 Coach Niss’ season outlook: “I see our strengths being conditioning and team chemistry. The girls have really embraced their teammates and our system. I think our weaknesses include a lack of experience coming off the bench, but I expect that to grow as... + continue reading
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Quentin Coatney Coach Ferebee's season outlook: “Last year we finished the season with two state qualifiers from a six man team. We competed well in tournaments and grew up as a group of wrestlers. This season, depth and numbers will be an issue. We will have some quality returners,... + continue reading
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Schuyler Kuhlmann Last Season’s Record: 7-17 Coach Platt's season outlook: “The strengths of our team this season are bench depth, experience and defense. Jennabella Vasco, Matilyn Stalder, Delayne Schuster, Carissa Allen, Katilyn Glathar, Alyssa Frey and Natalie Novak all... + continue reading

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PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Indians hosted Diller/Odell on Thursday night, November 29th for their home opener and Parent's Night. Both teams got off to a slow start, but P.C. had the hot... + continue reading