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Washington County Couple Plead To Aggravated Criminal Sodomy, Other Crimes

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WASHINGTON, Kan. – (July 3, 2012) – A Washington County couple each pleaded today to various child sex crimes, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. Troy Jearald Fencil, 40, Greenleaf, pleaded guilty to aggravated criminal sodomy, aggravated indecent liberties and sexual exploitation of a child. Virginia Fencil, 30, Greenleaf, pleaded no contest to one count of aggravated criminal sodomy and ... Read More »

KNDY Delivers Big 12 Conference Game Highlights To Sports Fans Online

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KNDY features Big 12 Video Zone on kndyradio.com to run official Big 12 Conference game highlights for all sports July 2, – Dierking Communications, Inc. announced today that through an agreement with the Big 12 Conference (Big 12) and official media partner XOS Digital, Inc. (XOS), it has joined the Big 12 Affiliate Network, an exclusive program that enables the ... Read More »

All-Star Wrap: Division I West Blanks East 36-0

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By Eric Allgood-KREP Radio 92.1 Belleville, Kansas Players from across the state converged on Beloit this week to prepare for the 27th Annual 8-Man All Star Football Games.  Coaches and athletes enjoyed four days of practices and evening activities to come together to represent their schools at Trojan Field on Saturday, June 9th. The Division I teams kicked off first.  ... Read More »

All-Star Wrap: East Runs Past West In Division II

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The Divison II game showed the promise of fireworks early on as Moscow’s Osvaldo Granillo took the opening kickoff 73 yards for a touchdown to give the West the first points of the game and Dighton’s Guy Fulmer would add the 2 point conversion to make it 8-0. The West would add another touchdown to lead 16-0 early in the ... Read More »

SCC Board Approves $3 Per Credit Hour Tuition Increase

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Citing the need to remain close to its Nebraska community college peers, Southeast Community College’s Board of Governors on Tuesday voted unanimously to increase tuition by $3 per quarter credit hour. The new tuition rate of $54 per quarter credit hour will take effect in July. The Board left fees at the current $1.25 per quarter credit hour, which means ... Read More »

SCC Women’s Basketball Opens Play March 20 At National Tournament

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Southeast Community College’s women’s basketball team is the first in program history to qualify for the national tournament. Fresh off their 62-61 victory over Bismarck State College in the District F championship game Sunday, the 14th-seeded Storm will play No. 3-seeded Kirkwood Community College of Iowa at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the first round of the National Junior College Athletic ... Read More »

Marshall County Woman Sentenced To Prison For Second-Degree Murder

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MARYSVILLE – (March 6, 2012) – A Marysville woman has been sentenced to nearly 15 years in prison for second-degree intentional murder and aggravated assault, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today. Amanda Baynton, 25, was sentenced Tuesday in Marshall County District Court by Judge John L. Weingart to 178 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections. The crimes occurred ... Read More »

Harveyville Volunteer Response to begin Thursday, March 1

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Persons wishing to volunteer their assistance in Harveyville need to report to Mission Valley School, 12913 Mission Valley Road, Eskridge, Kan., beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday, March 1. Volunteers will need to complete liability release forms, receive a wrist band and attend a safety briefing. Once these are completed, volunteers will be staged for transportation to Harveyville. The first transport ... Read More »

Norris Public Power District Continues to Battle Winter Storm

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As of 9:30 p.m. Norris Public Power District had approximately 400 customers without power due to the winter storm that rolled through the area late Friday night and early Saturday morning.  Outage numbers continued to decrease this afternoon and evening; however the dark, snowy road conditions in the rural areas continue to hamper restoration efforts. Overnight restoration efforts will be ... Read More »

2012 National Weather Service Storm Spotter Talks Schedule

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Every year, the National Weather Service in Topeka presents spotter talks which are open to the general public.  Presentations are typically 1-1.5 hours long, and are given by a meteorologist from our office. Safety information will be provided as well as examples of various types of severe storms that impact Kansas each year. While attending a talk we provide you ... Read More »