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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.

1A Regional Basketball Championship Results – 2/27

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At Baileyville B: Hanover 50, Baileyville 44 G: Frankfort 71, Bern 46 At Clifton-Clyde B: Clifton 58, Linn 41 G: Blue Valley Randolph 40, Clifton-Clyde 35 At Elwood B: Centralia 73, Wetmore 37 G: Centralia 63, Wetmore 37 1A REGIONAL FINALS SATURDAY Boys and girls At Ashland B: Ashland 58, Minneola 43 G: Jetmore 50, Minneola 43 At Baileyville B: ... Read More »

State Wrestling Finals – 2/27

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CLASS 3-2-1A At Hays Team scores Norton 174.5, Smith Center 80.5, Oakley 68, Halstead 60.5, Hoxie 59.5, Eureka 58, Douglass 56, Rossville 54, Wellsville 53, Caney Valley 52, TMP-Marian 52, Phillipsburg 47.5, Marion 45.5, Marysville 45, Burden-Central 43, Osborne 43, Chaparral 39, Minneapolis 38, Rawlins County 38, Hoisington 37, Burlington 36, Plainville 33, Horton 31, Lakin 30.5, Garden Plain 30, ... Read More »

1A Regional Girls Results – 2/26

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At Baileyville Frankfort 45, Hanover 39 Bern 43, Baileyville B&B 42 At Clifton-Clyde Clifton-Clyde 43, Linn 31 BV-Randolph 49, Hope 42 At Elwood Centralia 69, Elwood 20 Wetmore 72, Kansas-Deaf 6 1A Girls Results for Friday, Feb. 26 At Ashland Minneola 47, Fowler 34 Jetmore 51, Greensburg 41 At Baileyville Frankfort 45, Hanover 39 Bern 43, Baileyville B&B 42 At ... Read More »

State Wrestling Results for Friday 2/26

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CLASS 3-2-1A At Hays-Gross Coliseum Team scores Norton 142.5, Smith Center 63.5, Hoxie 52.5, Oakley 52, Douglass 49, Osborne 39, Halstead 37, Wellsville 30, Lakin 29.5, Phillipsburg 29.5, Rossville 29, Caney Valley 29, TMP-Marian 29, Chaparral 28, Hoisington 28, Plainville 28, Garden Plain 27, Ellsworth 25, Rawlins County 25, Burlington 22, Chase County 22, Eureka 22, Ell-Saline 22, Minneapolis 21, ... Read More »

NCKL Standings – Girls 2/5/2010

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  LEAGUE STANDINGS: Team League Overall Concordia 7-0 15-0 Abilene 4-2 10-5 Clay Center 3-3 9-5 Chapman 2-4 7-9 Wamego 1-4 4-10 Marysville 1-5 5-9 *denotes league champion Read More »

NCKL Standings – Boys 2/5/2010

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LEAGUE STANDINGS: Team League Overall Clay Center 6-0 14-1 Wamego 4-1 11-3 Abilene 4-2 11-4 Marysville 3-3 8-6 Concordia 1-6 3-12 Chapman 0-6 1-15 *denotes league champion Read More »

Local Stars Take The Stage for “Route 36” Jan. 16th

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Recently, the Marshall County Arts Cooperative has brought professional artists like Theatre A-Go-Go, Go For Baroque, and Deb Marquart to Marshall County to entertain residents.  On January 16, however, the arts organization will showcase local talent to entertain county citizens.  The arts cooperative will sponsor “Route 36: Traveling With The Stars” Saturday, January 16, at the Marysville Moose Lodge.  Performance ... Read More »

Gun Amnesty Program Announced in Beatrice/Gage County

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The Beatrice Police Department, along with the Gage County Sheriff’s Department, in cooperation with Gage County Attorney Randy Ritnour, is announcing a 72 hour gun amnesty program that runs until noon on Christmas Day for citizens to turn in stolen firearms without being charged with possession of stolen property. The gun amnesty program comes on the heels of the arrest ... Read More »

Insurance Commissioner Fines Company, Demands Refunds

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TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger has levied a $5,000 fine against a Kansas-licensed insurance company and has ordered premium refunds for those consumers affected by the company’s statute violations. In an order issued Dec. 8, Commissioner Praeger ordered Progressive Direct Insurance Company, based in Mayfield Village, Ohio, to pay the monetary penalty for violating statutes and regulations ... Read More »

MHS Boys’ Basketball Alumni Activities Set

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The Marysville High School Boys’ Basketball Program will hold an Alumni Reunion for former members of the program on Wednesday, December 30th and Thursday, December 31st at the Marysville High School gymnasium. On Wednesday, Alumni will be welcomed to come and watch practice. After practice we will open the doors and allow some time for warm-up. We will then have ... Read More »