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  • Linda Sue (Davidson) Majerus
    Our loving mother, Linda Sue (Davidson) Majerus, 76, of Davenport passed peacefully on January 18, 2023.  Born July 20, 1946, to Myron “Red” and Lorena Mae (Burrell) Davidson in Falls City, Nebraska, Linda’s educational years were faithfully spent in the Sacred Heart district where she enjoyed volleyball and vocal music. Her caregiving nature was developed
  • Senator Slama proposes bills
    Nebraska State Senators reconvened Tuesday, January 17, in Lincoln. Senator Julie Slama introduced several bills into this year’s session. Her Legislative Bill 212 relates to roads. LB212 would require the Department of Transportation to plan, design, and purchase rights-of-way for U.S. Highway 75, asking it to be expanded to four lanes down through to the
  •  Stephen D. Brown
     Stephen D. Brown, was born December 6, 1946 in Abilene, Kansas, the third of four brothers born to Harold O. and Geneva L. (Martin) Brown.  Steve was a longtime Robinson resident, passed away unexpectedly at his home January 6, 2023 at the age of 76. Memorial services for Steve are planned for 11 a.m. February
  • Daniel D. Cook
    Daniel D. Cook, 34, passed away on January 16, 2023. Daniel was active duty in the Army. He enlisted right out of High School after graduating in Falls City, Nebraska. Daniel left behind four beautiful children Danielle M. Martin, Isaac E. Cook, Charlotte H. Cook and Abigayle D. Cook; father William A. Chesson; brothers William
  • Titan wrestlers compete at Louisville Invite
    The HTRS/Pawnee City wrestling team hit the mats on Friday at Louisville High School. HTRS/PC scored 45 team points and finished seventh out of nine teams. Fillmore County won the invite with 254.5 points. At 182, Kaden Demers went 1-4, placing fifth and scoring three points. Demers lost his first three matches before rebounding with
  • Madison Radley
    Madison Radley, 25, of Auburn, NE, passed away January 18, 2023 at Auburn. She was born November 1, 1997 at Fairfax, MO to Jeremy Radley and Lisa (Turvey) Radley. Madison was raised at Falls City and attended public school until she was 13 when she moved to Nebraska City and attended the Nebraska School for

The Police Department has been informed there are some issues with Cell phones calling landline numbers. When a person on a cell phone calls a landline number, the person on the landline cannot hear the person on the cell phone talk. If you call the Police Department and the Dispatcher cannot hear you call 911. The 911 lines have been tested and are working correctly. When there are updates, I will post them. ... See MoreSee Less
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