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Black Squirrel Night this Friday in Marysville

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Marysville Retail Trade Committee will host Black Squirrel Night Friday night starting at 6:30 when the Footloose Dancers will perform, followed by the Marysville High School Band at 7.  There will be a little kids costume contest at 7:30 in front of United Bank & Trust and the drawings for the turkeys and hams will take place through out the ... Read More »

Kids costume parade Thursday in Washington

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The Washington Chamber of Commerce will host a Kids costume parade Thursday evening from 6-6:30 pm at Mayberry’s in Washington.  Children of all ages are invited to attend.  They will parade across the stage at Mayberry’s in age groups and a goodie bag will be given to all kids.   Read More »

Washington Businesses to be highlighted on PBS program

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MarCon Pies and Herrs Memory Lane will be featured on a PBS program, Sunflower Journeys, to air this Thursday evening at 7 pm.  There will be a segment about small town ventures, which will include the pie makers that prepare and bake the MarCon pies and then Herrs Memory Lane will feature a private collection of antique vehicles.  The show ... Read More »

Informational Meeting about Axtell Post Office Oct. 30

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There will be an informational meeting at the Axtell American Legion on Tuesday October 30th beginning at 1 pm to discuss the Axtell Post Office.  This meeting will have to do with what the Post Office plans to do in the rural area’s.  Find out how it will affect you personally and your business. Read More »

Informational Meeting Set Regarding Proposed Marysville Pool

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There will be informational meetings on the new proposed pool for Marysville coming up Tuesday, October 23rd and again October 30th at 6 p.m. each evening at the Marysville City Hall. Mayor Bill Phillipi and Council Members will be on hand to answer questions concerning the new pool.  Mayor Phillipi will be our guest on our public affairs program this ... Read More »

Unemployment Rates Fall In Northeast Kansas

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Unemployment rates fell throughout most of Northeast Kansas last month. Marshall County had an unemployment rate of 3.6%, Washington County was at 3.3%, Nemaha County was at 3.0%, Riley County was at 3.9%, and Pottawatomie County was at 4.3%. Statewide the jobless rate fell below 6% for the first time since December 2008 at 5.9%, down from 6.2% in August. Read More »

New Tire & Mechanical Shop Set To Open In Washington

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There’s a new tire repair shop and mechanical service center going up on Highway 15 in Washington.  It’s expected to open in early November, according to owner Gary Stone.  It will be called Stone’s Southside Service.  He’ll incorporate his towing business into the building. Read More »

Firefighters battle grass fire in Jefferson County

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Jefferson County Firefighters battled a grass fire Tuesday afternoon about 10 miles southeast of Fairbury that burned nearly 80 acres of prairie grass.  The fire was caused by a Rotary Mower as it struck a rock or something that caused a spark.  High winds added to the challenge of putting the fire out. Read More »

Registered voters may now vote on advance ballots

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Registered voters may now vote an advance ballot for the Nov. 6 General Election, either by mail or in person at the County Clerk’s office.  To vote by mail, a person must complete an application form and return it to the county clerk’s office before a ballot can be mailed to them.  All application forms must be returned by November ... Read More »