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Beattie Man Killed In Motorcycle Accident Near Blue Rapids

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The Kansas Highway Patrol reports that a fatality accident claimed the life of a Beattie man Saturday evening. Robert Studer lost control of his motorcycle just east of Blue Rapids on U.S. Highway 77, shortly before 8 pm. His motorcycle apparently left the roadway, hit gravel losing control, and struck a guardrail. Read More »

Centralia Man Injured In Accident

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 A Centralia man is sent to the hospital after a trash truck-semi accident in rural Jefferson County Thursday.   The Kansas Highway Patrol, reported the accident occurred at approximately seven on Kansas highway 16, five and a half miles west of Valley Falls at North Cedar Road.    A 2003 International semi driven by 38-year-old Kenneth Allen of Topeka was ... Read More »

Dawg’s Hut Owner Dies Unexpectedly

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Robyn Riekenberg, longtime owner of Dawg’s Hut Sporting Goods in Beatrice passed away unexpectedly Thursday morning.    Riekenberg  grew up and graduated from Hanover High School in 1980. He played football at Dodge City Community College and briefly for Kansas State University. He graduated from KSU in 1984.   In 1994, Riekenberg opened a sporting goods store called the Dawg’s ... Read More »

Health Officials Warn of Increase in Rabies

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) wants to remind the public to have their animals vaccinated against rabies by a veterinarian. With 13 animals testing positive for rabies in Kansas since Jan. 1, health officials here anticipate an increase in the number of rabid animals this year compared to last year.  The 13 rabid animals included four skunks, ... Read More »

Bob Fisher of Centralia Featured On “Inside Edition”

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Centralia native Bob Fisher was featured on the nationally syndicated television show Inside Edition. He set two new world records in the challenge for Inside Edition. Watch the entire video below: Inside Edition airs Monday-Friday at 2:00 PM on KSNT Channel 27 in Topeka. Read More »

Marysville City Clean-up Days Scheduled

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City of Marysville crews will pick up lawn debris from residents curbs on April 17 and April 19. The debris is to be put in sacks or cardboard boxes, and tree limbs are to be cut so one person can handle them.   During Clean-Up Week the City Dump will be open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The ... Read More »

County Wide Clean Up Days Scheduled

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FREE County-Wide Clean-up Days for Marshall County residents are Saturday April 14th, 21st, and 28th; and Saturday May 5th.  The Marshall County Transfer station will be open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.    Materials Accepted:  Residential waste; non-commercial construction & demolition material from personal projects; scrap metal (must be separated from other waste); white goods (appliances) – Freon ... Read More »

Marysville Easter Celebration

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The annual Marysville Community Easter Egg Hunt will take place Saturday at 1 pm. in the city park.  Children ages 2-9 years will hunt for over 3,000 eggs!  Children will have an opportunity to visit with the Easter Bunny and the Balloon Man while in the park. The event is sponsored by the Marysville Kiwanis Club and Ryan Smith Financial Services  ... Read More »

A&E Star Coming to Marysville

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Landolls will host A&E star Mark “the big rig” Springer.  Springer is one of four independent shippers featured on the A&E show “Shipping Wars”.  Landoll’s was featured on one episode visiting the Landoll Plant in Marysville where he picked up a Landoll trailer which he uses on the show.  The event will take place at the Bowling Alley in Marysville ... Read More »

CMH Health Fair Coming

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 Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) will hold its 5th annual health fair Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 6 to 10 AM at the hospital. CMH offers the reduced-fee health screenings as a community service.   “We put a lot of focus on preventative care and want to help people be knowledgeable about their health, said Curtis Hawkinson, hospital ... Read More »