This is this year’s kindergarten class at Pawnee City Schools, the Class of 2033. Front row, from left, Chloe Bassinger, Dalton Binder, Silas Bloss, Layla Cumley, Paislee Farwell; second row, from left, Kennedy Hegemann, Jamie Johnson, Jayce Johnson, Terryn Loveall, and Samuel Rauner; back row,…
If Pawnee City gets a new fire station in the future, part of the thanks will go to the Southeast Nebraska Development District or SENDD. They have written an assisted the City in many grant applications throughout the years, the most recent being the $435,000 Public Works Community Development…
Adjusting to what comes next seems to be the name of the game for everyone as the COVID-19 crisis continues. For the schools this is especially true. “Flexibility is the name of the game right now,” Pawnee City Schools Superintendent Brian Rottinghaus said. “Rules and guidance seem to change every…
Larry Vonderfecht had a big decision to make when he got out of pharmacy school in 1969. He had job interviews in Falls City and Pawnee City. He and Pat came for the interview in Pawnee City and they felt this was right for them. That decision had an impact on Pawnee City as he went on to buy the…
Village of Table Rock Board: Shad Gager, Non incumbent, Filed 8/3/2020
This is an interview Ray Kappel did with Deputy Josh Townsend about the training he is getting at the Law Enforcement Academy. He will graduate Aug. 21. Q: What amount of time were you at the Academy? A: On average, you spend 626 hours at the Academy. It may vary, but 626 is the bare minimum. It’…
A community blood drive with the American Red Cross is this Thursday, August 13th, from noon – 6:00 p.m. at the Methodist Poteet Hall. The short amount of time it takes to donate can mean a lifetime to a patient with a serious medical condition. We urge eligible donors to join us in the selfless…
It’s easy to design your own beautiful, elegant, and fun cards and give them a personal touch creating one of a kind cards. Angela Schmit is more than willing to help you. She offers one on one or group classes to anyone interested in learning. Angela said, “I used to think I was not creative and…
Sunday afternoon Aug. 2 the B-29 Doc from Wichita overflew the SchillingBridge Winery and Pawnee City on a flight from Omaha to Wichita. The aircraft was piloted by Dawson resident Mark Novak.
Pawnee City will spend $30,000 on making repairs to the Dr. Rick Jackson Trail. That was decided on a 4-0 vote at the Monday night City Council meeting. The winning bid was Clint Mahoney’s. At the last meeting, the bid was thought to be $18,000 and the Council voted for it. In between meetings,…
With abundant rainfall in most of the corner of southeast Nebraska the past 2-3 weeks, conditions have been favorable for disease development in corn and soybeans. Both corn and soybeans look excellent in the area, due to the excellent rainfall we have received and good growing conditions. The only…
If Pawnee City gets a new fire station in the future, part of the thanks will go to the Southeast…
Adjusting to what comes next seems to be the name of the game for everyone as the COVID-19 crisis…
Larry Vonderfecht had a big decision to make when he got out of pharmacy school in 1969. He had job…
This is this year’s kindergarten class at Pawnee City Schools, the Class of 2033. Front row, from left, Chloe Bassinger, Dalton Binder, Silas Bloss, Layla Cumley, Paislee Farwell; second row, from left, Kennedy Hegemann, Jamie Johnson, Jayce Johnson, Terryn Loveall, and Samuel Rauner; back row, from left, teacher Pam Mitchell and para Heather Nicholas.
If you ever see my photography on the Republican Facebook page, you know I love taking photos of the Pawnee County Courthouse. It never ceases to amaze me that…
We here at Frakes Pasture Farm we raise pasture raised hogs, chickens, meat birds, turkeys, goats and cows. No antibiotics or growth hormones. All farm animals…
AUBURN – The Southeast District Health Department (SEDHD) has confirmed 15 additional cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) within the district. The additional cases…
LINCOLN - There are many sports right now paying the price for the recent Covid-19 pandemic, but one of the sports that seems to be moving on professionally…
This summer we had to split our weight groups to meet COVID-19 guidelines. It was going to be very difficult to follow all the mandated rules while trying to…
Lincoln, Neb June 23, 2020- The U.S Department of Agriculture Rural Development has received the new 2020 income limits for the home repair loan and grant…
Ron was born November 2, 1945 in Pasadena, Texas to Melvin and Lora B. (Thurman) Hodges. He passed away at home in Mesa, Arizona, 74 years old,from…
Edwin Arnold Plager, one of three children of Eli and Lydia (Borrenpohl) Plager, was born February 19, 1935 on the family farm in rural Nemaha County near…
Ronald Allen Korber, 74, of rural Bern, Kansas passed away July 28, 2020 at his home with his family by his side. Ronald was born on June 20, 1946 to Paul and…