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Hollenberg Pony Express Station to open for Spring and Summer

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The Kansas Historical Society has announced that the Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site northeast of Hanover will open to visitors on Wednesday, April 3rd for the spring and summer travel season.  Visitor center hours are 10-5 Wednesday thru Saturday.  The final day the site will be open this year will be Saturday, September 28.  There is a $3 ... Read More »

Meet the New MHS Football Coach Wednesday Evening

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The new Marysville football coach, Dustin Heuer, will be in town on Wednesday to meet his team and to meet and greet the parents and public.  It will start at 6:30 Wednesday evening in the Marysville Junior/Senior High Cafeteria.  Everyone is invited to attend. Read More »

American Red Cross looking for volunteers for K-State Spring Game

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Each fall, the Kansas Capital Area Chapter of the American Red Cross assists Kansas State University by hosting First Aid Stations at the Wildcats home football games. Volunteers provide minor first aid to those in need and provide supplies that will enable direct assistance to game attendees. Volunteers need to be certified in CPR and First Aid, and can receive ... Read More »

Ohio Man arrested for bomb threats to Nebraska Courthouses

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An Ohio man was arrested last week in connection with the bomb threats that were called into 9 Nebraska County Courthouses, including Gage, Jefferson, and Saline counties, last November.  The FBI says Lonny L. Bristow was arrested and is believed to have called in bomb threats not only in Nebraska, but also in Washington, Oregon, Tennessee, and Mississippi from November ... Read More »

Mark your calendar for CMH Healthfair, Saturday April 20

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Mark it on your calendar, CMH will hold its one-day health fair Saturday April 20, from 6-10 AM at the hospital facility. The public is asked to enter through the main (south) doors, where they will be greeted by hospital personnel for registration. Stations will be set up in the front lobby/outpatient area for blood draws. Complimentary refreshments will be ... Read More »

Icy Roads cause accident

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Icy roads Friday morning caused a one vehicle accident and sent one person the hospital.  Daniel Boosinger of Wymore, age 29, was northbound on Highway 77 about a half mile south of the Oketo junction when he lost control of his 1998 Ford Mustang and went into the east ditch and struck a field entrance drive.  Boosinger was taken to ... 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 »

Learn simple modifications to live in your home longer as you get older

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Plan to attend an upcoming program, Simple Home Modifications for Aging in Place. Discover simple modifications that can be made to your house or apartment so you can stay in it as you get older. Everyone wants to stay in their house as long as possible. This program will be taught on Wednesday, April 3 at the Washington County Extension Office ... Read More »

Marshall County Treasurer’s Office to be closed for Good Friday, March 29

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A reminder from the Marshall County Treasurer’s Office that they will be closed on Friday, March 29 in observance of Good Friday.  Because this will be the last business day of the month, it will be necessary for tags or title work due in March, to be completed by Thursday, March 28.  This would also include any driver’s license transactions. Read More »

Marysville Main Street Vision Meeting to be held April 3

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For thirteen years Marysville Main Street has been a vital part of our downtown community. In 2000 the Main Street board and businesses adopted the program to look toward the future. Since then the City of Marysville and its business owners have reinvested over $12 million into the community in order to keep downtown alive. As many communities see their ... Read More »