Chuck Habegger of 932 H St. in Pawnee City is all decked out for Halloween. He has two big displays of spooks and dragons on each side of his house. Ray Kappel Photos/ Republican
The 2020 election is upon us and the fever is high. It is the time of COVID-19 and we may see a free-for-all at the national level before it is all over. Battlelines are being drawn and the country is going into to psych gear as people’s hatred for one side or the other reaches a shrill pitch. No…
In the early stages of the pandemic, the COVID virus didn’t appear to be posing much of a risk to many rural regions of Nebraska. When the virus peaked in late April, many counties, like Pawnee, still had no reported cases. As the virus was peaking, the epicenters of spread were largely Grand…
(Info from published reports) Casino-style gambling is back on the ballot in this year’s fall election. Several proposed amendments to state statutes call for the casino-style gambling be allowed at licensed racetracks in Nebraska. There are also proposed amendments covering slavery and tax…
As Halloween approaches, there is much uncertainty about what we should be doing. The Pawnee Republican staff would like to help eliminate some of the stress. If you are uncomfortable passing out candy or live in the country but would still like to provide trick or treats for area children, you…
Now that fall has arrived, it is time to start cleaning up our gardens for winter. Here are a few things to do now to put your gardens to bed. Fall Pruning Annual flowers can be cleaned up in fall because they die with a freeze. Perennials are best left standing until spring but can be cleaned up…
The Partnership Grant program is intended to foster cooperation between agriculture professionals and small groups of farmers and ranchers to catalyze on-farm research, demonstration, and education activities related to sustainable agriculture. Examples of appropriate projects include: developing…
Inducted into the National Honor Society from Pawnee City High School are, from left, Ashlynn Hartman, Larissa Tegtmeier, Sierra deKoning, and Stella Hunzeker.
Don Bloss and his crew were out Sunday near the ballfields harvesting beans. He drives the combine and when they were stopped for repairs son Mark Bloss and his son Silas got to work. Bloss estimates the area is about half-done with harvest as of last Friday. Ray Kappel Photos/Republican
Take a few moments and think about what makes a person evil? What makes a person good? It might be easy to think of actions that make people evil. Possibly even easier to think about what makes a person good. Is it solely our perception? What I am getting at is, what I believe to be evil, may be…
Aaron Blank a biologist with the fisheries department at Game and Parks stocked Burchard Lake with 800 walleye Monday afternoon. They are about eight inches long each and should have a good chance against the largemouth bass, he says. Ray Kappel Photos/Republican
The 2020 election is upon us and the fever is high. It is the time of COVID-19 and we may see a…
In the early stages of the pandemic, the COVID virus didn’t appear to be posing much of a risk to…
(Info from published reports) Casino-style gambling is back on the ballot in this year’s fall…
Chuck Habegger of 932 H St. in Pawnee City is all decked out for Halloween.
2010-10 Years Ago The Just for Fun Poker Run and Fly in Breakfast drew a big crowd. PCHS Homecoming game was forfeited by the Mead Raiders because team…
From Thad Loomis, Lewiston Consolidated English teacher. My name is Thad Loomis. I wanted to teach as far back as an undergrad at UNL, but my work path took…
The Pawnee Bloodmobile is here this Thursday! COVID restrictions will be observed, but the ladies of Salem United Church of Christ will be safely serving…
LEWISTON - The Lewiston Tigers made some good defensive stops against Deshler on Homecoming night, but they couldn’t consistently stop the visiting Dragons in…
PAWNEE CITY - The Pawnee City Indians had their hands full on Friday night, October 9th as they hosted the Sterling Jets. Pawnee City got behind 40-0 in the…
TECUMSEH - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer and Johnson County Central football teams each had cancellations this week due to Covid-19, so they rescheduled…
Deacon Robert Emil Puhalla Sr., 73, of Grand Island, entered Heaven’s gates, on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at CHI Health-St. Francis. Mass of Christian…
Our sweet wife, mother, and grandmother, Diane Sue (Kinghorn) Bausch, entered her heavenly home on October 2, 2020. Diane was born on July 9, 1946 to Wilbur…
Lowell Dean Fahsholtz, 82, of Firth, Nebraska formerly of Summerfield, Kansas passed away on September 29, 2020 at a Lincoln hospital. He was born on May 13,…