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Blue Rapids Woman Indicted For Theft Of Mail


A former Marysville postal employee was indicted for embezzlement of first-class mail and political mail in October. Carissa A. Nester, 34, of Blue Rapids, was indicted on one count of theft of mail by a postal employee. The U.S. attorney’s office says that if she is convicted, the maximum penalty is five years in federal prison and $250,000 fine.

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Marysville Police Department Issues Statement Regarding Cop Impersonator In Area


This morning around 5:15 am an individual was stopped by a white pickup truck with a single red light. The suspect’s vehicle was blocking 2nd road at US 36 west of Marysville in Marshall County. The suspect then followed the victim and then made the stop on US 36 Highway. The suspect told the driver he had a search warrant ...

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Police Impersonator Stops 2nd Vehicle


The police impersonator stopped another vehicle this morning close to Bremen.  They are looking for a white 4-door pick up.  The impersonator is a white male in his mid 40’s. He stopped a male this time who was unaware of what happened in Marysville over the weekend, so he did not report it until he got to work and spoke ...

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Kansas Shrine Bowl Selections Made For 2015


The Kansas Shrine Bowl announced their selections for participants in the 2015 Kansas Shrine Bowl. Special thanks to our partners at www.Kpreps.com for the information. EAST PLAYER SCHOOL HT WT POS CLASS Alexander, Miles Blue Valley Northwest 5-11 180 RB/DB 6A Allen, Cooper Holton 5-10 270 OL 4A-2 Barksdale Jr., Tony Shawnee Heights 5-10 180 RB 5A Beatty, Alec Topeka ...

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Riley County Commission Meeting Minutes – Jan. 8th


The Board of Riley County Commissioners met in regular session on Thursday, January 8th. Below are the full minutes of the meeting. Riley County Board of County Commissioners Meeting Minutes – Jan. 8th (PDF)

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Marysville Police Department Warns Of Cop Impersonator


From the Marysville Police Department: Tonight we had an individual pull over a local resident in a white pickup on North 11th Road. They used a single flashing red light. We do not use single red lights in the department. The individual walked up to the car and asked to look in the driver’s trunk. The male kept insisting that ...

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Bill Snyder Elected to College Football Hall of Fame

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DALLAS, Texas – Bill Snyder, the architect of the “greatest turnaround in the history of college football,” will become just the fourth person in the history of college football to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as an active coach as the legendary K-State coach was announced today as part of the National Football Foundation’s College Football ...

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Dangerously Cold Weather Sets In; PEPC Provides Free Clothing


With the bitterly cold arctic air covering our area today, the Pony Express Partnership for Children announced that they have free coats, gloves, hats for those in need and could use them. Adult and children’s sizes are available. PEPC is also offering free blankets and kid’s clothing in all sizes. Those who need warm clothes or blankets should visit Lincoln ...

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Kansas Football Welcomes Six New Staffers, Including Rob Likens as OC

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LAWRENCE, Kan. –Kansas head football coach David Beaty announced the hiring of six members to his coaching staff, including the arrival of four on-field assistant coaches, on Tuesday. With the role of defensive coordinator filled by assistant head coach Clint Bowen, Beaty announced that Rob Likens will orchestrate the offensive side of the ball as KU’s offensive coordinator. Likens arrives ...

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Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes – January 5th

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The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular session with Thomas K. Holle, Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Robert S. Connell members and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented upon a motion by ...

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