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Wed
29
Aug
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Business is good at Friedly Oil

By Ray Kappel

Cody Friedly, a 2010 graduate of Pawnee City High School, owns his own business, Friedly Oil in DuBois.

He took over from Jon Klepper in June of this year. He is also a Kent Feed seller and the owner of the car wash and laundromat in DuBois.

 

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Wed
29
Aug
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Mr. Schaardt goes to Washington

By Ray Kappel

Pawnee County Commissioner Dennis Schaardt recently made a trip to the White House to learn and discuss issues for the county. He went August 16 along with 40 other County Commissioners from Nebraska and 60 commissioners from Kansas.

They were invited by the National Organization of County Officials. Schaardt was there one day for his meetings.

 

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Wed
29
Aug
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Candidate for Governor Bob Krist leads local Democratic rally

By Ray Kappel

Pawnee County Democrats got their rush of adrenalin Sunday night when they had their Party Rally at SchillingBridge Winery and Micro Brewery. In town were Bob Krist and Lynn Walz, running for Governor and Lt. Governor, Paul Theobald, running for the House of Representatives 3rd District, and Christa Yoakum, running for Public Service Commission.

Jane Raybould, running for U.S. Senate against incumbent Deb Fischer, could not be there as she was preparing to debate Fischer at the State Fair. Ben Steffen, a Humboldt dairy farmer, spoke in her behalf.

 

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Wed
22
Aug
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Eric Klepper Fun Run Saturday

By Ray Kappel

When Eric Klepper was about 7 he was a frequent visitor to Mark Derby’s shop in DuBois. He came with his dad to the shop which is located behind the Community Building there.

Derby moved to DuBois in 1982 and his shop is known around the area because of the classic cars he has there. He is helping with Cruz-in at the 12th Annual Eric Klepper Memorial Fun Run this Saturday in DuBois. Derby named his youngest son Eric after Eric Klepper. That son is now 25.

 

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Wed
22
Aug
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Football returns to Lewiston as a six-man game

By Ray Kappel

Lewiston Consolidated football fans will have their own team to root for this year.

The school co-opted with Southern the last two years and played 11-man C1 football. The Lewiston School Board decided to bring the program back to Lewiston and that will be in the form of six-man football. That’s because of the lack of numbers. They are unable to sustain a larger program.

 

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Wed
22
Aug
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Presenting the Pawnee City Schools Class of 2031

Presenting the Pawnee City Schools Class of 2031. From left, front row, Lena Bouthavong, Carter Boverhuis, Stratton Bowhay, Jase Brumbaugh, Tierney Carmichael, Cole Cumley, Diederik deKoning, and Piper Eubanks; second row, from left, Miles Everett, Camryn Fetherkile, Vanessa Gottula, Symphoney Miller, Mallory Hall, Alana Herr, Joey Johnson, and Avery Lewis; back row, from left, Mercy McLaughlin, Brylin Messing, Reid Niss, Kenzie Oenbring, Holden Ouding, Megan Portrey, Jace Rauner, Autumn Spier, Waylon Strathman. Not pictured; Tucker Sporhase. Also pictured with the class are paras Julie Kettelhake and Jocelyn Fisher along with teacher Pam Mitchell, center.

 

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Wed
22
Aug
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Second-hand clothing store now in Pawnee City

By Ray Kappel

Since opening her store in January, Kandy Johnson, owner of ReThreads reports that business is good. It is getting even better with the opening of school.

ReThreads is a second-hand clothing store. The hours are Tuesday and Friday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday noon to 5 p.m. She is also available by appointment.

 

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Wed
15
Aug
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Geologists make trip to this area

By Sharla Sitzman

 

Everyone knows the two pink quartz boulders that are on 626 Road southeast of Table Rock. Two of them sit there where 713 Road intersects. Where did those boulders come from? Originally? They came from near the village of Corson, South Dakota, which is near Sioux Falls at some point not more than 2.58 million years ago. I learned that from one of the geologists who recently took a field trip around the Table Rock, Dubois, and Humboldt area.

Wed
15
Aug
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Program on preventing bleeding from injury presented at Pawnee City Schools

By Ray Kappel News Editor

 

Last Thursday, the staff at Pawnee City Schools was presented with a program from Bryan Health on saving lives. A similar presentation is set for HTRS. Brittni Clark, Trauma Outreach and Injury Prevention Coordinator, gave a talk in a program called Stopthebleed. It is a program being taught around the country to save lives of those who are injured. It was born out of a federal interagency workshop convened by the National Security Staff and the White House. It is what everyone should know to stop bleeding after an injury.

Wed
08
Aug
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Olivia Weinman, Dean Poskochil put new life in old houses

By Ray Kappel

Putting new life into old houses is the aim of Dean Poskochil and Oliva Weinman of Pawnee City.

They have been fixing up homes in Pawnee City for about 10 years. Their first house was for Dean’s brother Leon. He had health issues and needed a place to live. They refinished the floors and mostly painted it all. He was able to live there several years until he went into the nursing home.

They have purchased five houses since 2009 and have also worked on the home they live in. They have kept all but one for rentals and sold one. They have gotten much praise for this, especially an appraiser who told them, “What a wonderful thing you are doing, breathing new life into these old houses.”

 

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