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Marysville City Council discusses new pool options

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The Marysville City Council held a special meeting Monday night and discussed in length the new pool. Kevin Maclalay presented pool layouts. The council then discussed options on paying for the pool and it was decided to increase the sales tax by .6% and to put a sunset clause on the ordinance. This will be put on the November ballots ... Read More »

West Nile Virus confirmed in Jefferson County

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A mosquito carrying the West Nile Virus has been confirmed in Jefferson County. A spokes person with Public Health Solutions says this shouldn’t be made into a crisis, but is just a reminder to take precautions with mosquitos. Peak season for mosquitos is August and September but with the dry weather this year, that may be unpredictable. Public Health Solutions ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners Minutes 7-30-12

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COMMISSION MINUTES, July 26, 2012, Meeting with the Washington City Council     Commission members Alison Mueller, Roger Otott and Gene Helms, David Willbrant, Public Works Administrator and Lou Kern,CountyClerk, attended the special meeting of the Washington City Council called forJuly 26, 2012at5:00 P.M.at theWashingtonCity Hall.  Council members attending were Ryan Kern, Council President; Gene Martin, Justin Cordry, Meyler Gibbs ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners Minutes 7-30-12

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July 30, 2012   The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Thomas K. Holle Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Robert S. Connell members and Sonya L. Stohs,CountyClerkpresent.   The meeting was called to order at9:00 a.m.     The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ... Read More »

“Curtains!” presented by MACT over the weekend.

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The Marysville Area Community Theatre presented the play “Curtains”with  4performances this past weekend at the Marysville High School Auditorium.  Good sized crowds were on hand each evening enjoying the humor and trying to figure out whodunit.   Wayne Kruse was the director.  MACT gave away a half hog Sunday afternoon.  Winners were Randy and Sherry Brown and Barb Baker.  The next ... Read More »

KHP Trooper/Washington County Grad arrested

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A Washington County High School graduate was recently charged with eight felonies related to sexual contact with children between 14 and 16.  Domingo Cardenas, age 39, and a Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper in Rush County in western Kansas was charged, which included rape, aggravated criminal sodomy and six felony counts of aggravated indecent liberties.  These incidents occurred last year and ... Read More »

Seneca City Administrator Resigns

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Seneca City Administrator Tami Haverkamp has submitted her letter of resignation effective November 30th.  She has accepted a part time job as Executive Director of the Nemaha County STEP Foundation.  Haverkamp says it has become hard to juggle her schedule with a young family and her duties as City Administrator.  She began her job as City Administrator in March 2008. Read More »

Two vehicle accident near Wymore sends 3 to hospital

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The Gage County Sheriff’s Office worked a 2 vehicle accident last Thursday night shortly after 10 p.m.  It happened on Highway 77 and Walnut Street near Blue Springs.  Lisa Wickwire of Beatrice, age 24, was southbound on 77 when her vehicle crossed the center line and struck a trailer that was being towed behind a Chevy Tahoe that was driven ... Read More »

Blue Valley Re-Structuring

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Blue Valley Tele-Communications, Inc. (BVTC) hosted a meeting on Thursday, July 19th for concerned patrons and employees. This followed an announcement earlier in the week that the company was looking at reorganizing internal departments and staff.  Patrons and employees were allowed to ask questions of the management team and Board of Directors during this meeting.   A restructuring proposal has ... Read More »

The Entire State of Kansas Declared Drought Emergency

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Kansas Seeks to Halt Releases from 3 Reservoirs   Brownback says he has allowed pumping from all of the state’s fishing lakes to water livestock. Kansas has now declared all 105 counties in a drought emergency, with crop losses projected at $1.5 billion.   This status triggers the Kansas Water Office and Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism to ... Read More »