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31
Oct
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4 PC shop students welding eyelets for flag poles

4 PC shop students welding eyelets for flag poles

Thanks to some local ingenuity and four shop students, Pawnee City’s Avenue of Flags will soon have new flag poles. And they should be up by Veterans Day.

This good news comes from Avenue of Flags Chairman Ric Helms. He and his committee bought 200 fence posts and are making them into flag poles. They are 17 feet high and galvanized. They will never need painting. The old ones needed to be painted. The committee was able to raise the money to buy the poles from local donations. Since they are fence posts, they came without eyelets to hold the flags. That is where Shop Teacher Mark Bloss and his students come in. They are welding eyelets onto each pole. They expect to be done in another week, in plenty of time to put them up around the courthouse.

 

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31
Oct
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The Puhallas say good-bye to the Republican

The Puhallas say good-bye to the Republican

It is a changing of the guard at the Pawnee Republican.

This is Bev and Ron Puhalla’s last issue as publishers of the paper they bought in November 1990. Sterup Enterprises, LLC will take over the paper. Company president Anna Sterup and publisher John Sterup will bring fresh, young faces to the Republican. The Sterups will also be continuing to do the commercial printing. You can read more about them next week. This week, we focus on the wonderful job the Puhallas have done with the Republican.

 

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Thu
24
Oct
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Burchard Auxiliary: A history

Editor’s Note: The Republican wants to run histories of all the county American Legion Auxiliaries and the American Legion because this is the 100-year anniversary of those groups. This first one is compiled by Esther Tegtmeier of the Burchard Legion Auxiliary.

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Thu
24
Oct
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New City Hall up and running

New City Hall up and running

This is an interview Ray Kappel did with the City Hall Office gals about their move to the new City Hall next to the Cornerstone Building.

Q: ARE YOU ALL MOVED IN?

A: Yes, pretty much so - now it's just organizing where we want to put everything.

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Thu
24
Oct
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Missy Freeman wants your help with Samaritan’s Purse project

Editor’s Note: This story is a combination of an interview with Missy Freeman of Table Rock and info from the website for Samaritan’s Purse.

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24
Oct
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Sterup Enterprises is in the process of purchasing the Pawnee Republican

Come November, Sterup Enterprises, LLC, will be the new owner of the Pawnee Republican.

John William Sterup was at the Tuesday night Pawnee City City Council meeting to ask for Re-Use funds to help purchase the paper from Ron and Bev Puhalla. The funds were approved 4-0. The Puhallas have owned the paper since 1991. (The Council met on a Tuesday due to the Columbus Day Holiday.)

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Thu
17
Oct
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Dave Marsh coming to PC

The Pawnee County Arts Council and Humanities Nebraska will sponsor Dave Marsh in a return trip to perform in Pawnee County. This time he demonstrates the various cultures represented by the courageous pioneers who settled the Great Plains. Through music, audiences will learn about homesteading, cowboys, children’s games and the wonders of the wide open prairie. On Sunday afternoon, October 27, bring the whole family to the United Methodist Church in Pawnee City (849 F Street) to enjoy this program at 2:00 p.m. Dave Marsh performs international folk and children’s music on a number of familiar and uncommon musical instruments. For over 30 years Dave has provided musical programs for school assemblies, local pubs, festivals and community events.

Thu
17
Oct
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Kirt Lively benefit raises $20,323

A Whole Hog BBQ dinner and Auction was held in Table Rock on Saturday, October 12, to help raise money for Kirt Lively.

Several items were donated for the auction. The auction raised $20,323. Kirt Lively was in an automobile accident on August 9th of 2019.

In the accident he was seriously injured and taken to Bryan Hospital in Lincoln. He has a traumatic brain injury he is not able to put weight on his leg until an x-ray on December 5th.He is in a neck brace from a broken vertebrae.

 

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Thu
17
Oct
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Table Rock sugar maple is a rare sight

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You may see the Table Rock sugar maple in its glory this week. We have had a hard freeze and the weather is to be warm and dry – an Indian summer.

If you look on the internet you will see that the National Forest Service map show there are no sugar maples in Nebraska. Actually, there are. In Table Rock. And in places where the Table Rock sugar maple has been planted.

Thu
10
Oct
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USMCA would be boost for Ag

One agreement being talked about nationally is the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). It is signed but not ratified yet, but the USDA is backing it 100 percent.

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