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Art & Quilt Show April 26-28

The Pawnee County Arts Council will sponsor its annual Art & Quilt Show on Friday & Saturday, April 26 and 27 from 10:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. and Sunday April 28 from noon to 4:00 P.M. Those attending will enjoy a wide variety of media created by many artists, primarily from Pawnee County and Southeast Nebraska. The art will be on display in the basement of Union Bank and Trust Co., 514 G in Pawnee City.

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Local fishermen go south to fish

We have a fish story for this week.

First we start with a little background: Wikipedia says - The Spoonbill, or American paddlefish (Polyodon spathula), is a species of basal ray-finned fish closely related to sturgeons in the order Acipenseriformes. Fossil records of paddlefish date back over 300 million years, nearly 50 million years before dinosaurs first appeared. American paddlefish are smooth-skinned freshwater fish commonly called paddlefish, but are also referred to as Mississippi paddlefish, spoon-billed cats, or spoonbills. They are one of only two extant species in the paddlefish family, Polyodontidae. The other is the Chinese Paddlefish in China.

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Bloodmobile today

Give back to the community with Red Cross blood drive!

The Bloodmobile will be here in Pawnee City at the Poteet Hall on Thursday, April 18th, from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m.

The Red Cross blood drive coincides core values of giving back to the community. Blood is a perishable product that can only come from volunteer blood donors. With someone in the U.S. needing blood every two seconds, blood products must be constantly replenished, according to the Red Cross. With a simple blood donation, we have the ability to help save the life of someone who could be a coworker, loved one or neighbor.

 

 

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Easter Egg Hunts

The Pawnee City Easter Egg Hunt will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 20 at the Pawnee County Courthouse. The Hunt is sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

Table Rock Community Club and Table Rock Rescue Squad will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt at the Table Rock bandstand April 20 at 11 a.m.

The DuBois Easter Egg Hunt is April 20th at 2 p.m..

The Steinauer Easter Egg Hunt is April 20, at 1 p.m.

 

 

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Eve Beethe: One-Act wonder and Speech champion

I have some sad news for Pawnee City High School Speech and One-Act fans: Eve Beethe will be graduating this year.

Not really sad, of course, but the Pawnee City High School senior has been a joy to watch since coming on the Speech and One-Act scene as a freshmen. She will be missed by fans and Coach Laura Bloss alike.

“She is any coach’s dream--motivated with high expectations, she shuns the drama, she pushes herself, she leads by example, and she's all about doing what's best for the team. Eve understands the details and is easily coached. One-act and Speech are all about making tiny changes to minuscule details when it gets down to what puts one good team over another. Eve understands that and is very coachable. Some kids do the same thing over and over, but she understands directions very well,” said Bloss.

Before going on, let’s go over this student’s achievements.

 

 

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Joe Stehlik receives Civic Award

Joe Stehlik is a person that works behind the scenes. He’s passionate about preserving the history of our area and promoting tourism. He supports and assists the efforts of economic development and willingly steps up to help when he sees a need. He genuinely cares about improving the quality of life and welfare of our local communities.

Stehlik won the Carolyn VanHorne Civic Award for 2018.

Joe gets involved and helps great ideas become realities. He was instrumental in the formation and success of the Pawnee County Promotional Network, Pawnee City Community Foundation, Pawnee County Arts Council, and Harold Lloyd Museum of Burchard. Joe has set up numerous tax exempt organizations without compensation, and offers the services and resources of his office to help non-profit groups.

 

 

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Palm Sunday meditation

Who would celebrate death? Perish the thought! Death is the result of sin. The Lord told Adam, “In the day that you eat of it, you shall surely die.” The curse of sin is death so why would anyone celebrate it? Yet that is what we do on Palm Sunday - the day Jesus rode into Jerusalem - truly a great day. Many believed in Him but were soon to be thrown into utter shock when Jesus was crucified. Others despised Jesus and were elated when He was condemned. However, as we look back to the day of Jesus’ arrival in the ‘city of peace’ (which is the meaning of the name Jerusalem) we rejoice in the arrival of our Savior.

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City approves Bob Miller to oversee renovation

Bob Miller was hired as Project Coordinator for the new City Hall. He is already the Project Coordinator for the Cornerstone Community Building.

He was appointed by Mayor Deb Klein and approved by the City Council.

Mayor KIein said he will be paid $35 an hour for each project. There is no cap on what he earns as Klein said they don’t know costs yet. She said he has to deal with the historical preservation people for the projects and that can’t be estimated.

Neither she nor the Council felt the need to advertise for the position, she said. She felt Miller was a good choice because as she put it he can get the job done. She said he worked to get the other buildings fixed and this made him a good choice to continue on the buildings.

 

 

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House wall collapse in Table Rock

Built in 1871 by Peter Foale, a group of investors had spent almost a year working to get title to the Rock House and were almost there. A wall collapsed Saturday night.

 

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A look back at the floods in Table Rock’s history

“For a number of hours, the water… through the streets of Table Rock was over three feet deep with a current so strong that a man could not cross the street.”

That report was given in the Nebraska State Journal newspaper in 1874. The flood was quite a deal. “All of the people of this section say they never such a rainfall in their lives. Certainly no one ever saw such a flood rushing through the valleys of Table Rock.”

Table Rock was then located in what we call “Lower Town,” a Railroad Addition created as the Atchison & Nebraska Railroad arrived in 1871. The sprawling addition extended all the way to the Nemaha and even atop the bluffs overlooking the new depot.

 

 

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