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The Bulldog Report – May 4, 2015


Jayce Harmer hosts this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. She tells about the Frazee Cookbooks that are for sale, gives an update on FBLA and FCCLA, and invites everyone to the art show this weekend.

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Suspect Charged With Attempted First Degree Murder In Sunday Aggieville Incident


MANHATTAN, KAN. – Officers with the Riley County Police Department responded to sounds of gunshots near the 600 block of N. 12th Street on May 3, 2015 at approximately 1:20 AM. One adult male was transported to Via Christi Hospital for non-life threatening injury. Police were immediately able to identify and apprehend a suspect after the deployment of an electronic ...

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Programming Changes At KNDY Modifies Midday News Block


KNDY this week begins a series of changes affecting our midday news block. With the absence of Mike Huckabee, we’ll be shuffling airtimes for several news components. In addition, we’re adding several short market and agriculture business segments with Ken Rahjes and Ryan Martin reporting from the Ag View Network. These will complement our commitment to agriculture news, remaining an ...

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Several Area School Districts Make Personnel Changes


USD 380 Vermillion recently hired Mischel D. Miller as Superintendent. She is Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Operations at Dodge City, and will replace Richard Flores, who is retiring. USD 113 Prairie Hills last week hired Duane Ford as K-12 Principal at Axtell. He had previously taught science at Wetmore, and most recently was teaching, with administrative duties in Bourbon County. ...

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National Weather Service Confirms Tornado Touchdown Sunday Evening


The National Weather Service on Sunday evening confirmed a tornado sighted north of Courtland, crossing U.S. Highway 77. No immediate damage was reported. Thunderstorm warnings were issued for northern Gage County, which also saw several reports of hail, with 2 inch hail north of Adams.

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Injury Accident Sends Seneca Woman To Hospital


An injury accident last Wednesday afternoon, shortly before 2 p.m. was reported in Nemaha County. Tallulah S. Berkley, 27, of Seneca, lost control on X Road, a half mile north of U.S. Highway 36. She struck a utility pole, and was taken to Sabetha Hospital by ambulance.

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Riley County Police Respond To Gunshots In Aggieville; Suspect Arrested


MANHATTAN, KAN. – At approximately 1:20 AM on May 3, 2015 officers with the Riley County Police Department assigned to foot patrol in the Aggieville Business District heard and responded to the sound of gunshots near the 600 block of N. 12th Street. Officers immediately gave chase to a suspect who was found to be in possession of a handgun. ...

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Homestead National Monument Selected As 2015 Nebraska Passport Stop


Beatrice, NE – Homestead National Monument of America has been chosen as one of the 80 stops on the 2015 Nebraska Tourism Commission Passport Program! Homestead will be a part of the “Only in Nebraska” tour. Homestead National Monument of America near Beatrice, Nebraska commemorates and interprets the impacts of the Homestead Act of 1862 on the United States and ...

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Community Players Announces 40th Anniversary Season


Prepare yourself for a “fan”tastic season at Community Players in 2015-2016. The Beatrice community theater recently announced its line-up of shows launching the new season – “Fan”tastic at 40. Shows for the 2015-2016 regular season are: “Chicago,” “Harvey,” “Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol,” “Pinkalicious,” “The Ladies Man,” and “Damn Yankees.” Both “Harvey” and “Damn Yankees” were voted on by the public ...

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Main Street Beatrice Celebrates National Preservation Month


Beatrice, NE May 1, 2015 – Main Street Beatrice Celebrates National Preservation Month. Citizens in Beatrice, Nebraska will join thousands of individuals across the country to celebrate National Preservation Month this May. “Preservation Opens Doors to Opportunity” is the local theme of the month-long celebration sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Communities from coast to coast are filled ...

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