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Pawnee City High School Showstoppers win Championship Class D Trophy at Peru St. contest

The Pawnee City High School Showstoppers won the Championship Trophy in Class D at the Peru State Showchoir contest last week. The Showstopperss are, front row - from left Mason Ladman, Alex Farwell, Kevin Rapp, Joey Marteney Back Row – from left Abby Coudeyras, Shawna Boverhuis, Alyssa Pierce, Jade Thayer, Mallory Branek, Ashlynn Hartman, Hadley Potratz, Elli Stephens, Arianna Adams, Taegan Rottman, Alexis Wiemers, Stella Hunzeker.

 

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Seneca celebrates on Nov. 10

Kick-off the holiday season with a fun night out in Seneca, Kansas! The Seneca Area Chamber and Downtown Impact is excited to present the annual Ladies Night Out and Dueling Pianos Show on Saturday, November 10!

Shopping will begin on Seneca’s historic Main Street at 4pm with check in at Cornerstone Coffee Haus. From there you will receive a punch card with all the participating businesses to visit. Visit each business and enjoy great shopping with specials, some snacks, and refreshments, visit all the businesses to complete your punch card to be able to enter to win some fabulous prizes donated by Seneca’s businesses.

 

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Public invited to Veterans Dinner to help celebrate WWI veterans and Legion history

The American Legion Thomas Little Post in Pawnee City is hosting an important dinner November 19 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Legion/VFW Building.

The dinner will do two things. First, it will honor the County’s World War I veterans. The 476 World War I Veterans who served from Pawnee County are all deceased. The war was 100 years ago as of November 11, now known as Veterans Day.

Second, it will mark the beginning of 100 years of American Legion history. The Legion was formed in 1919. Their first commander was James Daugherty, Jr. He was elected in 1920 and served two years.

 

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Saudi trade team visits Don Bloss farm

By Ray Kappel

A trade team of agricultural people from Saudi Arabia were at the Don Bloss farm outside Pawnee City Thursday morning to learn more about sorghum.

Bloss was a good person to answer their questions. He is President of the National Sorghum Board and is one of the few sorghum producers in the area.

Roger Berry, head of the Nebraska Corn Checkoff Board, also made the trip from Lincoln with the Saudi team. They were finishing up a visit in Lincoln with Steve Wellman, head of the Agricultural Department at the State of Nebraska. They had come from Minneapolis after a meeting of the U.S. Grains Council.

 

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Wed
24
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4 Veterans get quilts in Table Rock

On Tuesday, October 16, a Veteran’s quilt presentation ceremony was held in Table Rock. Quilts were presented by the Pawnee County Quilters to Lavon Covault, Harry Griebling and Paul Smith, accepted by his wife Jane. A Quilt of Valor made by Lori Albers-Coates was presented to Shad Gager. Back row: L to R – Lynda Stallbaumer, Glee Price; Front row: Lavon Covault, Shad Gager, Harry Griebling, Jane Smith (accepting for Paul Smith)

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Adult Spelling Bee spells fun afternoon

By Ray Kappel

George Tomek had a word to spell at the Adult Spelling Bee held at the Rock Schoolhouse Sunday. It was ‘hammer’. He thought for a minute, scratched his chin, and wrote on the board ‘Menards’ to the laughter of the audience.

It was fun day for the 15 or so people who showed up, six of who competed in the spelling contest. Pam Sunneberg won in the 9th round with ‘Impasse’. A very close second was Vicki Bursovsky and third was Madison Fender, Pam’s granddaughter. Madison is a seventh grader at Pawnee City Schools.

 

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Jr. High football co-opted

From Supt. Rottinghaus

Wed
24
Oct
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Council approves 2 ReUse projects

By Ray Kappel

Pawnee City City Council approved two CDBG ReUse projects at the regular Monday night meeting.

Jaime Graham and Steve Messing received $150,000 for their Little Brown Jug business and Richard Palmer received $125,000 for the Pawnee Inn and Café.

 

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Thu
18
Oct
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Rain and more rain

Nearly six inches of rain has fallen over the area in the past week. This has put harvest on hold and made for a week in which the sun got through for only a couple of days.

Jon Howard, who lives near Highway 4 and 50, said, in his NeRain gauge he has received 5.9 inches in the last 6 days.

A report from Burchard said rain amounts were from about 5.25" to a little under 7 in the area. Don Bloss, who lives east of Pawnee City on Highway 8, said “We got.5.6 inches of rain through all of this. The fields I checked were a little soft, probably pretty slick.

The crops don't appear to be hurt any, although I'm sure the stalk quality is going to be hurt some.

 

 

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Pawnee City Memorial Hospital/Clinic honored for Patient Satisfaction

Every year in September, the National Rural Health Association presents awards to Critical Access Hospitals that perform well in 3 categories: Overall Performance, Quality and Patient Satisfaction. The Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals in the United States are recognized in each category. Critical Access Hospitals are rural hospitals that must meet certain criteria, such as a limit of no more than 25 beds and a rural location which deems them as “critical” to the population that is served.

For the second time, Pawnee County Memorial Hospital has been recognized in the Patient Satisfaction category. The information used to determine the hospital rankings is based on the results of patient surveys that are completed after a hospital stay. Patients often wonder why it is important to complete these surveys. The most noteworthy answer is that the information helps an organization understand how patient’s feel about their care.

 

 

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