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U S Highway 36 to hold annual meeting Friday

The U.S. Highway 36 Association will celebrate it’s 100th anniversary at the annual meeting to be held this Friday, June 21, starting at 9 am at the Huck Boyd Center in Phillipsburg. Featured speaker will be Kansas Secretary of Transportation Mike King. Tickets are $25 and include breakfast and lunch and is open to the public. If you would like ...

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Marshall County Commissioner Minutes 6-10-13

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular session with Robert S. Connell, Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Thomas K. Holle 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 ...

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Washington County Commissioner Minutes 6-10-13

The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, June 10, 2013 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present:   Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairwoman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner; and Kathy Fritz, Deputy County Clerk.  Denae Dimler, County Clerk, was absent.   Next regular meeting will ...

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House Fire in Hanover does major damage

A house fire in Hanover Thursday evening does major damage, and is likely to be a total loss. The Hanover, Hollenberg, and Washington Fire Departments were called out to the fire in the 500 block of South Hanover Street in Hanover a little before 6 pm. The owner, Craig Heuer, was not at home at the time of the fire. The cause of ...

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19th century photography workshop to be held at Pony Express Station

HANOVER, KS — The Kansas Historical Society announced that Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site will present a 19th century photography workshop Saturday, June 22. Reenactor Dr. Doug McGovern will present a first person portrayal of 19th century photographer Alexander Gardner at 10 a.m. At 1 p.m. participants can bring a digital camera and make a stereo (or 3D) ...

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City of Washington to have planned power outages next Friday

The City of Washington has two planned power outages scheduled for Friday, June 21, 2013. One will be at 10 am and one will be at 3 pm. Both are expected to take 30 minutes to an hour. The outages are necessary to make repairs to the substation.

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Frankfort SummerFest is this weekend

The Frankfort SummerFest is this weekend, Friday evening and all day Saturday. Friday night is the Amazing Race, with registration opening at 6:30 and the race starting at 7 pm. A 24 hour co-softball tournament will also begin Friday night. On Saturday, inflatables will be open from 9 am to 2 pm, along with a Petting Zoo and a Parents as Teachers play ...

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City Council votes for new tennis courts

The Marysville City Council voted 7-0 to fund 8 new tennis courts for $400,000. The plan is to have the city pay for the whole thing and then have the school district pay the city $150,000, over the course of 10 years, and the tennis committee will raise private funds, along with a grant from the U.S. Tennis Association in ...

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Registrations being taken for Marshall County Fair Parade

The Marshall County Fair Parade is just a month away now and registrations are being taken for those who would like to be in the parade. Nine categories will be judged. Children, 4-H, Commercial, Individual, Organizations, Antiques, Horse Drawn, Horses or Saddle Clubs, and Theme, which this years theme is “Let the Good Times Grow at the Marshall County Fair.” ...

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Pony Express Re-ride coming thru town early Tuesday

The Pony Express Re-ride begins Monday June 17 in St. Joseph, MO at 10 am and will make it’s trek westward over a period of 10 days, 24 hours a day, covering 1,966 miles, ending in Sacramento, CA on June 27 at 10:30 am. The re-ride will be going through the area late Monday night and early Tuesday morning. It ...

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