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Record Crowds Attend Sampler Festival; Howard Recognized With ‘We Kan’ Award

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Record crowds attended the 25th annual Sampler Festival in Wamego last weekend. More than 11,700 people attended the two day event. Volunteers represented Marshall and Washington Counties at the event, which showcased Kansas travel and products. John Howard of Marysville was recognized with one of ten “We Kan” awards presented. He has worked many years with Marshall County Tourism, and ... Read More »

FSA Filing Deadline Extended To June 23rd

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The filing deadline expiration is June 23rd for farmer and ranchers in Marshall, Washington, and Riley Counties needing credit as a result of storms last summer, July 22nd – August 16th. For information, contact the FSA office in Seneca at (785) 336-2164. Read More »

Kansas White Way Centennial Car Run Saturday

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A celebration commemorating the Centennial Kansas White Way car run is planned Saturday. The auto tour begins simultaneously at 8 a.m. in Concordia from the Brown Grand Opera House, and in Atchison from the county historical society museum, meeting in Frankfort at 2 p.m. for a commemoration ceremony. The event marks a grass root effort in 1914 that covered the same route, then designated as the Kansas ... Read More »

Annual Mother’s Day Flea Market Saturday In Marysville

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The annual Mother’s Day Flea Market will be held Saturday and Sunday in the Marysville City Park. An art show featuring Marysville Junior and Senior High students will be featured at the MJHS gym. The annual chicken barbecue will be featured Sunday in the City Park, serving 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., under a tent. Read More »

Bob Dole Making Tour Stops In Area Monday

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Former U.S. Senator Bob Dole will stop in northeast Kansas Monday, at the Seneca American Legion 10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m., Marysville American Legion 12:35 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., and at Mayberry’s in Washington 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Stops are also planned in Clay Center and Westmoreland. Read More »

Gage County Assessor Reports 23.5% Increase In Ag Land Values

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The Gage County Assessor last week apprised the Board of Supervisors on a 23.5% increase in Ag Land Values in the county. That compares with a 2.5% increase for residential and recreation properties, and a nearly 5% increase in commercial and industrial valuations. The change is due to significantly rising prices paid for agricultural land that is sold. Adjacent counties saw increases ranging ... Read More »

Injury Accident Reported In Washington County

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An injury accident was reported in Washington County April 26th. Charles Ouelette of Washington lost control of his vehicle on upland road, just north of 13th Road. The vehicle went airborne, and hit an embankment. Ouelette was taken to the Washington County Hospital. Read More »

Duplex Fire Reported In Beatrice Friday

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A report of $20,000 in damage occurred to a Beatrice residence Friday evening. An apparent kitchen fire was reported at a duplex at 1008-1010 Elk Street. No injuries were reported. Read More »

Dozen Juveniles Charged With Vandalism In Beatrice

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As many as a dozen juveniles ages 14-16 are being charged with vandalism amounting to over $6,000 at the former Beatrice Community Hospital building two weeks ago. The facility, which is slated for demolition in 2017, is used for storage. Read More »