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Dennis Schaardt officially files

PAWNEE CITY, NE - Earlier this Summer, in front of the Pawnee County courthouse County Commissioner Dennis Schaardt formally announced his candidacy for the State Legislature representing the First District.

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Santa Claus visits Pawnee City

Santa Claus visits Pawnee City

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Braden Lang named new Sheriff

Braden Lang named new Sheriff

Edtior’s note: This is a message from the new Pawnee County Sheriff, Braden Lang. He was hired for the position by the Pawnee County Commissioners last week.

By Sheriff Braden Lang

I would like to thank the County Commissioners for supporting me in this endeavor. It is an extremely difficult thing for a group of only three people to make a decision of this magnitude for their constituents.

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One-Act competing for state C2 title

The Pawnee City High School One-Act team takes the stage at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk tonight, Thursday, to vie for the state championship in Class C2.

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PCMH receives Excellence in Quality Award

Pawnee County Memorial Hospital today announced it is the recipient of a 2019 Rural Provider Excellence in Quality Award from the Nebraska Office of Rural Health. Given annually during the Nebraska Critical Access Hospitals and Rural Health Clinics Conference on Quality, the Rural Provider Excellence in Quality Award recognizes Top 10 overall performance among Nebraska’s 64 Critical Access Hospitals.

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Clerk Curtis nearing 18 years of service to the City

The Republican would like to do articles on business and government workers and for our first interview we selected Pawnee City Clerk Tammy Curtis. This is a question and answer with News Editor Ray Kappel.

Q: HOW MANY YEARS HAVE YOU BEEN CLERK?

A: I have been the City Clerk/Treasurer of Pawnee City since July 3rd, 2002 - so for 17.5 years. My daughter Elli wasn't even 1 years old yet and now she's a Freshman at Peru State College!

Q: WHAT HAVE YOU ENJOYED ABOUT THE JOB?

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The Advent season calls us to emulate John the Baptist

"There was a man named John sent by God who came as a witness to testify to the light so that all men might be saved." --John 1:6

Christian Patristic authors styled John the Baptist as The Great Precursor. Old Testament prophecies foretold the The Messiah would be introduced to The Chosen People by a pre-eminent prophet, Cf., Isaiah 40:3. This last and greatest prophet would be sanctified in the womb, Cf., Jeremiah 1:15, luke 1:15; and have the "spirit" of Elijah the Prophet, Cf., Malachi 4:5, Matthew 11:14, Luke 1:17.

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City begins decorating for Christmas

City begins decorating for Christmas
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News Briefs

Up for

re-election

Councilmen John Dahlgren and Vickie Zelenka will be up for reelection next year. The top two voters in the election are put on the Council. Incumbents have until Feb. 18 to file and non-incumbents March 2. The Airport Authority positions up for re-election are two year term – Brandon Willey and Jim Schultheiss and four year term W. Miller and Joe Davis.

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Vol. 152 Issue No. 10 Please donate to Mitten Tree

The Mitten Tree will again be at City Hall. Residents can donate hats, gloves, scarves, mittens to give to the needy this Christmas. Just bring them down to the new City Hall located next to the Cornerstone Building.

 

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