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Marysville School Board Meeting Highlights

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  MARYSVILLE USD #364                                                                                                                 June 13, 2012   Approved the amended budget for Code 51- Kpers fund for 2011-12.  Accepted the following donations: Blue Valley Tele-Communications donated $1,000 for planners. Superwash donated $500 for planners. Softball club received $335.50 in donations. Received $500 from Landoll Corporation for Camp Invention. Received $700 from Sons of The American Legion for Camp ... Read More »

Big Weekend Ahead for Homestead Days

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Homestead Days are currently underway in Beatrice.  Angie Bruna, event coordinator said nearly all the area hotels are full.    This year Homestead Days include a family bike riding event, which will be held Friday, features a trip from Chautauqua Park to Riverside Park and back. An extended trip next Sunday will go from Beatrice to Pickrell and back. A ... Read More »

Wheat Harvest is Nearly Complete

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  Area elevators report that wheat harvest is nearly complete throughout Kansas.   Beattie Coop reports that wheat harvest is at least 90% complete in Frankfort with yield averaging 40-45 bushel.  Moisture was steady at 11-12 and test weights were running 60-61 pounds.   In Beattie the Coop reports harvest is 95% complete.  According to area farmers yield ran between ... Read More »

U.S. 36 Association Meeting Being Held In Marysville

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The US 36 Highway Association Annual Meeting for members will be held in Marysville on June 14th and 15th.  The U.S. 36 Highway Association is an organization of over 500 dues-paying members in cities along the U.S. 36 corridor.  From Indianapolis to Denver and Estes Park, Colorado, members hold a common objective in promoting travel on U.S. 36. They seek general ... Read More »

K-9 Closing June 18th.

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On Monday, June 18, K-9 will be closed at the US-77 junction for intersection reconstruction work. This intersection reconstruction work is part of the US-77 Big Blue River bridge replacement project in Marshall County.   Beginning on Monday, June 18 at 4:00 p.m. through early September 2012, northbound and southbound K-9 will be closed from the city of Frankfort to ... Read More »

USD 113 Fills Vacant Board Position

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During a special meeting Tuesday evening, the board voted to appoint Jeffrey Demint to fill the unexpired term of the late Roger Brockoff.  Demint was among two candidates interviewed for position 2 on the board. The other candidate was Luke Scoby.  The term will expire June 30th of next year and will be up for election next April. Read More »

Washington County FFA Member Earns Top Honor

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A member from the Washington County FFA Chapter received one of the state’s top honors for excellence in his Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program. Nathan Doss was named the Kansas FFA Star in Ag Placement June 1 at the 84th Kansas FFA Convention on the Kansas State University campus. Doss was first selected as the North Central FFA District’s Star ... Read More »

Road Construction Report

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On Monday, June 11, a multi-highway resurfacing project will begin with an 8-mile section of K-63 from the K-63/US-36 east junction north to the north K-63/K-9 junction in Nemaha County. Work will take place during daylight hours, Monday through Friday, with some occasional Saturday work.   Northbound and southbound K-63 traffic will be reduced to one lane for both directions ... Read More »

Re-Surfacing Project Will Begin June 11

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On Monday, June 11, a multi-highway resurfacing project will begin with an 8-mile section of K-63 from the K-63/US-36 east junction north to the north K-63/K-9 junction in Nemaha County. Project work includes a 2-inch surface recycle and conventional seal followed by all new pavement markings. The resurfacing project will smooth the road and fill surface defects that can shorten ... Read More »