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Author Archives: Derek Nester

Derek Nester was born and raised in Blue Rapids, and graduated from Valley Heights High School in May of 2000. He attended Cowley College in Arkansas City and Johnson County Community College in Overland Park studying Journalism & Media Communication. After stops at KFRM and KCLY radio in Clay Center, he joined KNDY in 2002 as a board operator and play by play announcer. Derek is now responsible for the digital content of Dierking Communications, Inc. 6 radio stations. In 2005 Derek joined the staff of KCFX radio in Kansas City as a production assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs Radio Network, which airs on 69 radio stations across 9 Midwest states.

Some Residents of Marysville Asked To Conserve Water Thursday

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On Thursday, March 28th, beginning at approximately 9:00 a.m. the Marysville Water Department will be shutting water off to install a new Fire Hydrant and Water Main Valves at 16th & Park Place. THIS MAY AFFECT YOUR SERVICE. The areas affected will be Park Place from 13th to 16th. N. 14th from Jayhawk Road to Park Place. N. 16th from ... Read More »

Sports Ticket: Ryan Lefebvre Interview

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Ryan Lefebvre, the Play by Play Voice of the Kansas City Royals, was our guest this week to talk all things Royals. Get his thoughts on the big trade this off season, and what he hopes to see out of the ball club this summer!   Read More »

The Road to Atlanta – Sweet 16 Edition

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The NCAA Tournament gets underway this week with four area teams playing for a chance to head to Atlanta for the NCAA Championship. You will find the brackets, the schedules, and the latest headlines regarding the NCAA Tournament right here on our website. THE BRACKET | THE SCHEDULE | WATCH ONLINE LOCAL TELEVISION COVERAGE #9 Wichita State vs. #13 La ... Read More »

SCC machining program celebrates expansion with new name

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Southeast Community College’s long-time Machine Tool Technology program has a new name to go along with soon-to-be-completed new and remodeled space. The program’s new name is Precision Machining and Automation Technology, and it also will begin offering two focus areas instead of three: Tool Maker and Computer Numerical Control and Automation. “This is a better reflection of the current technology ... Read More »

Highway 36 Celebrates 100 Years of Service

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U.S. Highway 36 is celebrating it’s 100th anniversary this week. The U.S. 36 Association contingent were in Topeka on Thursday, the 100th anniversary date of the beginning of Highway 36, originally named the Rock Island Highway because it ran parallel to the Rock Island Railroad for several miles. C.F. Travelute of Marysville was one of the original board members. Chad ... Read More »

Sports Ticket: Kevin Kugler Interview

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Kevin Kugler, the National Play-by-Play voice of the Final Four on Dial Global, was our guest on the Sports Ticket to break down the NCAA Tournament. Kevin has also done play-by-play of Team USA at the Olympics, covered the Masters, works for the Big 10 Network, and does NFL games on Dial Global as well! Listen to the full interview ... Read More »

Public Affairs: Flint Hills Frontiers

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Scott More and Jeff Adams were our guests on the KNDY Public Affairs program then past two weeks to discuss the Flint Hills Frontier Vision Meetings held in Marysville and Waterville in February & March. Get the complete two-part interview below. About Flint Hills Frontiers Flint Hills Frontiers is an opportunity to come together and explore the future of our ... Read More »

2012-2013 NCKL Basketball All League Teams

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Boys First Team Andy Wilson – Senior – Abilene Cooper Holmes – Freshman – Concordia Isaac Poe – Senior – Wamego Zach Heiman – Senior – Chapman Jacob Harms – Senior – Abilene Grant Holmes – Junior – Concordia Marshall Wethington – Senior – Wamego Garrison Wright – Senior – Marysville Dalton Haist – Senior – Clay Center Gabe Bergmann ... Read More »

SCC now offering Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles approved STOP Class

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Southeast Community College is offering a new online STOP Class that will make it more convenient for drivers to expunge minor traffic tickets. The new online class, approved by the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, can be scheduled at any SCC Testing Center on the Beatrice, Lincoln or Milford campuses. This effectively eliminates the wait for a class, and drivers ... Read More »