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Pawnee City School Board passes on football proposal

Pawnee City School

(KLZA)-- A motion to approve a proposed football co-op with the Lewiston School District for the next two-year schedule cycle died for a lack of a second during Monday nights Pawnee City School Board meeting.

Mary Moser made a motion to approve the co-op, proposed by Lewiston, but no other board members would second the motion.  

The Pawnee City Board will now meet in special session on Monday, November 22, at 6:00 P.M. to make a decision about whether to play six-man or eight-man football the 2022 and 2023 seasons.  

The Board also voted to extend the drainage project bid to repair erosion of the ditch along with northwest side of the campus to be paid for from the Depreciation Fund to the regular November board meeting.   


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