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Dalen Leroy Beethe

December 16, 1934 ~ October 15, 2018

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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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Oct
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Burchard UMC celebrates 135 years

A bit of local history will be made Sunday, October 28 in Burchard.

The Burchard United Methodist Church is celebrating its 135th anniversary. The celebration starts at 12:30 p.m. with a covered dish luncheon at the Community Building. Meat and beverages provided. That is followed by a 1:30 p.m. service at the church.

The town of Burchard was founded in August, 1881. The history records state the town had two general stores, two hardware stores, one drug store and one dry goods store. They also had a Presbyterian and Methodist Episcopal Society. The Society in 1882 may have served as a preaching point on one of the early circuits traveled by Methodist preachers.

 

 

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18
Oct
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County Commissioners Race Preview

District 3

Jan Lang
Q:What do you see as the issues for the county?

A: There are several issues that need attention. Real estate taxes are a very real concern for everyone. As a board, we try to keep spending down which reflects the amount of tax dollars needed each year. Rock prices, fuel, health insurance and wages increase each year so they are challenges we all face. 

 

 

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18
Oct
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Lewiston struggles against Sterling

STERLING - The Lewiston Tigers struggled offensively against the Sterling Jets on Friday night, October 12th in cool, damp and foggy conditions.

The Tigers had troubles getting anything going in the first half while Sterling came out right away and converted a 4th down on their opening drive en route to a 1 yard touchdown run at the 6:22 mark. Levi Meybrunn blocked the PAT kick, however to keep it a 0-6 game.

Lewiston's first possession was marred by an interception by quarterback Treyton Hippen and Sterling took over at their own 10 yard line.

Luckily, the Tigers made a stop and forced them to punt it back. LHS faced a 3rd and 16 when Hippen completed a pass to Daniel Gonzalez who made a great catch at midfield.

From there, LHS went backwards with a fumbled pitch and then a sack and they were forced to punt to open the 2nd quarter of play.

 

 

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18
Oct
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HTRS Lady Titans drop two in tough Johnson-Brock triangular

JOHNSON - The Humboldt Table Rock Steinauer Lady Titans played in a triangular at Johnson-Brock on Tuesday, October 15th.

HTRS vs. FCSH

The Lady Titans went up against the Falls City Sacred Heart Lady Irish and lost the first set, 21-25, but then won the 2nd set, 25-21. The Lady Irish went on to win the final set, however, 25-22 to hand HTRS the defeat.

Katilyn Glathar had 3 ace serves, 7 kills, 2 blocks and 8 digs in the game while Carissa Allen had 2 ace serves, 8 kills and 5 digs. Lauren Nanninga had 2 ace serves, 2 blocks, 8 kills and 6 digs; Natalie Novak contributed 2 kills, 27 set assists and 8 digs.

 

 

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18
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Keith C. Searcey

April 12, 1932 October 11, 2018

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18
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Robert “Bob” Lee Kinnison

January 2, 1931 ~ October 11, 2018

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18
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Emily Jean Rees

June 28, 1933 ~ October 14, 2018

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