Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Ann Wickett Mary Kent officially became the executive director of Belle Terrace and Ridgeview Towers on February 8. She grew up in the Pawnee City area and lived most of her adult life near the Table Rock area. “I’m very excited, it’s a wonderful facility. I’ve always... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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By Ray Kappel He was all of 29 when he was lost at sea two weekends ago. His name was Kai Hamik and he was lost in the Bering Sea aboard a crab boat, The Destination,. He is related to the Siscos who lived in the area, Mike, Mary Sisco Woltemuth, John, Paul, Joe and Gene. Kai's great-... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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A group of ladies in the area has a goal of providing quilts for veterans of Pawnee County. Their goal has four phases. Phase one-- WWII veterans, phase two--Korean War veterans, phase three-- Viet Nam veterans and phase four-- Iraq War and returning veterans. Larry Bradbury, Pawnee County Veterans... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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LEWISTON, TRI-COUNTY - The Lewiston Tigers played their last two regular season games last weekend. Lewiston vs. Cornerstone The Lewiston Tigers played host to the Cornerstone Christian Cougars on Friday night, February 17th in their last home game. It was a slow start with misses by both teams but... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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OMAHA - Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer/Pawnee City's Nick Novak competed in the 2017 State Wrestling Meet from Thursday through Saturday, February 16th- 18th and took home 6th place in the Class C 160 lb. Division. Novak went 3-3 at the State Tournament defeating Shelton/ Kenesaw's Stephen... + continue reading

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02/22/2017
Safe Haven Animal Rescue Effort, a local group, has had several successful rescues and adoptions. Since they formed in February of 2016, they have rescued 11 dogs, four cats, one bearded dragon and four cockatiels. They are still operating as a rescue until they can break new ground for their... + continue reading
02/22/2017
ADAMS - The Pawnee City Lady Indians were the #3 seed of the Class D1-1 subdistricts last week and went up against #2 seeded Johnson-Brock on Tuesday, February 14th. Pawnee City only trailed Johnson- Brock by a 5-10 score by the end of the 1st period, but then allowed the Lady Eagles to go on a... + continue reading

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By Deborah Niss Assessment Coordinator   Each year, Nebraska students in grade three through eight and eleven take Nebraska State Assessments (NeSA) in the areas of science, math, writing, and language arts. Results are posted on the Nebraska Education Profile website (http:// nep.... + continue reading
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By Ray Kappel News Editor   Volunteers add a lot to a community and they do it in a variety of ways. They also do cool things like keep dreams alive. Nearly everyone who lives here is familiar with Jerry’s Dream Museum. This has been the tireless work of volunteers to... + continue reading
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By Ray Kappel   Pawnee County Attorney Jennifer Stehlik Ladman will be making her seventh Relay for Life this year. Relay for Life raises money for cancer research, as well as raising awareness of the fight to find a cure. She got involved after the death of an uncle, Duane Stehlik, due... + continue reading

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ADAMS - The Pawnee City Lady Indians were the #3 seed of the Class D1-1 subdistricts last week and went up against #2 seeded Johnson-Brock on Tuesday, February 14th. Pawnee City only trailed Johnson... + continue reading