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Highways and Hospital are the Priorities in Marysville

Kent Nester, Department of Roads Manager for Marysville reports they are prepared for winter with five plow trucks and one loader.  According to Kent their vehicles are ready to roll with supplies of the salt mixture on hand.  Nester said their number one priority is always the highways and roads leading to the hospital.  He said a City of Marysville ... Read More »

Marshall County Road Department Ready for Winter

Marshall County Department of Roads Manager Mike Craig reports that the county is prepared for the first snow fall.  This year the county snow removal fleet includes seven motor graders and five plow trucks.  Craig wanted people to know that the amount of rain under the snow can significantly affect the speed of the removal and people should plan accordingly.  ... Read More »

Wymore Man Pleads No Contest to Assaulting a Police Officer

A man accused of attempting to assault a Wymore Police Officer has reached a plea agreement with the court. According to court documents Clarence T. Schultz, 43, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges of attempted third degree assault of an officer and resisting arrest.  Each charge carry a maximum sentence of one year in jail, a 1000 dollar fine or ... Read More »

Good Shepherd Re-opens After Water Leak

A water leak caused Good Shepherd Lutheran School to close the school early on Thursday.  Students were released at 12:30 p.m.  The water leak was fixed on Thursday afternoon.  School was in session on Friday. Read More »

Nemaha Central Will Postpone Baseball/Softball Programs

Softball and baseball programs won’t begin in Nemaha Central USD 115 until 2013.  The teams will include players from Nemaha Valley and B&B Schools. Superintendent Darrel Kohlman recommended the delay to organize the programs and make an attempt to have a full schedule of games closer to Seneca.  The board voted in October to begin ball programs. Read More »

Blue Rapids Cable Rates Increasing

Cable rates for Blue Rapids will be increasing January 1st.  Zito Media, the Cable Company providing the television programming announced increase this week.  The company issued this statement: “Zito Media strives to keep its service rates as reasonable as possible. Our biggest challenge is doing this is the prices which we have to pay to television programmers in order to ... Read More »

Flags Ordered to Fly at Half Staff to Honor Slain Officer

United States and State of Kansas flags have been ordered to fly at half staff on Thursday to honor Sgt. David Enzbrenner, a 24-year veteran of the Atchison Police Department.  Enzbrennerwas killed last Friday by 25-year-old Skyler Barbee.  Barbee shot Enzbrenner and then killed himself. Funeral services for Enzbrenner will be held Thursday morning at 11 o’clock in the Ralph ... Read More »

Post Office Delays Closure Decisions

The United States Postal Service will delay its decision on Post Office closures. The Postal Service has been conducting a study concerning the potential closure of 3700 post offices across the nation including 134 in Kansas. The Postal Service claims the closures are needed due to billions of dollars in lost revenue. The results of the study were expected by ... Read More »

Nemaha County Board Meeting Minutes

UNOFFICIAL MINUTES — These minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board of Commissioners at their next meeting. December 12, 2011 Unofficial The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, December 12, 2011 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Tim Burdiek leading the flag salute. ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Purchases Computers, Pickup Truck and Mower

Marysville City Council approved the purchase of 12 Sim Tablets, which are small mobile computers, at a cost of over 6000 dollars.  The Tablets will be issued to council members, department heads, the city administrator and the city attorney.  In a previous meeting the council discussed the use of the tablets, the potential improvement in communication and the potential to ... Read More »