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4-H Club Day Results for Washington County 4-Hers

    2012 4-H District Club Day Results for Washington County 4-Her Members from the River Valley Extension District 4-H Clubs attended District 4-H Club Day held Saturday, March 3, 2012 at Republic County Middle School, Belleville.  The following results are for Washington County 4-H Clubs (Busy Bees –BB; Farmington – F; Hanover – H; Happy Spirit – HS; Happy ... Read More »

Marysville School Board Highlights

    MARYSVILLE USD #364                                                 Regular Board Meeting Highlights                                                                 March 14, 2012   Accepted the following donations: The library fee account received $155.00 from Dank’s for grocery receipts. Paul Friedrichs donated $200 received for being the speaker at the Kiwanis Banquet to the scholarship fund. Citizens Open Forum – Marvin Turner addressed the board to vent his frustration ... Read More »

Rumors Spread on Facebook Spark Harassment

The Beloit Police Department has been investigating information they recently received from the public concerning a maroon and silver colored van that has been seen at local daycare centers, schools, and other locations in the City of Beloit. Lots of “different” information concerning the investigation has made it to Facebook and the result says Mitchell County Attorney Mark Noah, an ... Read More »

Marysville School Board Hires New Football Coach

The Marysville Bulldogs have a new head football coach.  Eddie Minor, Leavenworth, was hired Wednesday night by Unified School District 364 board members. Minor has been employed at Leavenworth High School since June 2010.  He was an assistant coach for the Leavenworth Pioneers who made the 6A playoffs last fall and finished district runner-up to Shawnee Mission West. Minor served ... Read More »

Linda Weber Will Not Run for Re-Election: Others File For Offices

Long-time Marshall County Treasurer Linda Weber has announced she would not seek re-election.  Weber has served as County Treasurer for 10 plus years.  Weber’s term as County Treasurer will end October 2013.  Before serving as Treasurer she worked in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office for 25 years.   Other filings for office include: Marshall County Sheriff Daniel A. Hargrave for re-election. ... Read More »

Homestead Harmonizers Concerts This Weekend

The Homestead Harmonizers will host its annual spring show this weekend.  Shows will take place Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Hevelone Center at Beatrice High School.There will also be several quartets performing during the show as well as a guest quartet from Kansas City called Voices Unlimited who were Central State’s District champions. Spilker ... Read More »

Fire Destroys Rural Linn Home

A rural Linn home and all of its contents were destroyed by fire Tuesday.   The home belongs to Que and Tammy Herrs. Elements Salon & Day Spa in Washington (where Tammy works) is organizing a collection of goods for them.  The Herrs have a two children ages two and three.  If you have anything to donate, you may drop it ... Read More »

Stolen Vehicle Recovered in Marysville

A Marysville man has been arrested in connection with the theft of vehicle from Hiawatha. Francisco Munoz was taken into custody Monday by the Marysville Police Department.  According to Marysville Police the owners of the vehicle came to Marysville to search for the vehicle.  They found the vehicle and notified police.  Munoz was in the vehicle at the time and police ... Read More »

Ageny on Aging Losing Funding

Agency on Aging Director Heather Ruhkamp informed the Marshall County Board that the umbrella that the Nutrition Site is currently under will be changing to be called Aging and Disability Resource Centers instead Area Agency on Aging Centers which will now combine with Medicaid Services.  This change will put more of the tax burden on the local level as more ... Read More »

Nemaha County Board Minutes – Special Meeting

    UNOFFICIAL MINUTES — These minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board of Commissioners at their next meeting.   March 13, 2012 Unofficial   The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in special session on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. Present for the meeting were Commissioners Mark Wessel, Gary Scoby, ... Read More »