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1A State Tournament Dates Moved due to NCAA Regional

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The 1A State Basketball Tournament at Fort Hays State University will be held Tuesday, March 9 – Friday, March 12, 2010. This change is based on the potential for Fort Hays State University hosting a NCAA regional tournament beginning Saturday, March 13. The state tournament date change is final and will not be rescinded, even if FHSU should not be ... Read More »

Southeast CC Signs Two Tri-County VB Players

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Katey Pflanz and Heather Schwan, student-athletes at Tri County High School, have signed letters of intent to play volleyball for Southeast Community College beginning this fall. Storm Head Coach Carrie Foster-Puhalla announced the signings. Pflanz, a 5-foot-8 outside hitter, is the daughter of Kelly and Lisa Pflanz. Katie was named to the Honorable Mention All-Class C2 volleyball team as a ... Read More »

Marysville Housekeeper Cleans Up with $12,210 Keno Win

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TOPEKA, KAN. – Maria Arana plays Kansas Lottery scratch tickets almost every day, and she does pretty well with them, too. “I won $2,000 on a Bonus Crossword ticket just last month,” said Arana. But it was the Kansas Lottery’s Keno game that gave Arana a much bigger prize last week, when she won $12,210 on an 8-Spot Keno ticket ... Read More »

SCC Plans Events in Celebration of National Entrepreneurship Week

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Southeast Community College’s Entrepreneurship Center has several activities, all free and open to the public, scheduled in celebration of National Entrepreneurship Week. The weeklong celebration takes place Feb. 21-27. Tim Mittan, director of SCC’s Center, said all of this year’s events are free to the public. “It’s important to provide services during this week that people could use without having ... Read More »

M-ACT To Present “Retro Prom” February 20th

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The Marysville Area Community Theatre will host a “Retro Prom” on Saturday, February 20, starting at 8:00 p.m. at the Moose Lodge, Marysville.  The dance, which is a fundraiser for the theatre, will feature songs from the 50s through the 90s played by a DJ from Manhattan.  Light refreshments will be served; a cash bar will be available.  “We’re inviting ... Read More »

Kansas Day Program Offered at the Pawnee Indian Museum

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REPUBLIC, KS— Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site will commemorate Kansas Day with a program throughout the day Friday, January 29. The site will be open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and regular admission fee of $3 for adults and $1 for students applies. Children five and younger and members of KSHS, inc., are admitted free. The program “Indian Nations ... Read More »

Community Medical Equipment Honored by Kansas Department of Commerce

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Marysville, KS – Community Medical Equipment, part of Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH), was awarded a 2009 Business Appreciation Award of Merit by the Kansas Department of Commerce. Community Medical Equipment was recognized for its contributions to economic development, community service and leadership in Kansas in the hospital/nonprofit division. The Kansas Department of Commerce honors businesses each year as part of ... Read More »

Knowledge @ Noon Program in Marysville to Address Elder Law

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“DOES ELDER LAW EFFECT YOU?” will be presented by Paul Shipp, attorney for Kansas Legal Services on Tuesday, January 12, 2010, at the Marysville City Building. Do you have a will? What happens if you don’t? What’s going to happen if you are in a car accident and can’t talk for yourself? Do you have questions about how property or ... Read More »

KDOA Suspends Four HCBS-FE Waiver Services

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(TOPEKA) The Kansas Department on Aging has announced the indefinite suspension of four services provided through the Home and Community-Based Services-Frail Elderly waiver program. Acting Secretary Martin Kennedy said the change was made as a result of cuts to the agency’s budget. Effective Jan. 1, 2010, the HCBS-FE waiver program will no longer pay for new recipients to receive assistive ... Read More »

Aging Dept. Director Stueve To Speak at Kloppenberg Center

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Doug Stueve, Director of the Lyon County Department on Aging, will speak on many issues that affect the eldely on Friday, January 15, 2010, at the Kloppenberg Center in Hanover. The motto of his department is “Issues to Solutions–We Can Help.” Mr. Stueve will answer any questions you may have regarding senior citizen issues. The program begins at 11:15 a.m. ... Read More »