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An Unusually High Number of Dead Deer Are Being Found In The Listening Area

Kansas and Nebraska Games and Parks said the cause is two similar diseases, Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease and Blue Tongue Disease.  The diseases are spread through bites by a certain gnat or midge.  The diseases cause the deer to suffer a loss of appetite.  As the deer grow progressively weaker they tend to salivate excessively.  Deer with EHD develop a high ...

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The Marshall County Fairgrounds Will Replace Two Barns

Marshall County Fair Association Bob Lindquist attended the Blue Rapids City Council Monday night to inform the City that the Fair Association will be replacing two old barns this year. According to Lindquist The Hog and Sheep Barns are in bad repair and will be replaced with metal buildings. The new building will be a little shorter than the Show ...

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Centralia Lake Under Public Health Warning

Centralia Lake has once again been listed as a lake under a health warning due to toxic blue-green algae. A public health warning indicates that water conditions are unsafe and direct water contact is prohibited.  KDHE will continue to monitor the lakes and will provide updates as conditions warrant.

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Valley Heights King and Queen Selected

The Valley Heights student body named Jessie Zidek Queen and Sheldon Kenworthy King Friday night at the Valley Heights – Onaga halftime. The other Queen Candidates were Katie Musil and Brooke Claycamp. The other King Candidates were Dylan Parker and Alex Laughlin.

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Marysville Bulldogs Celebrate Homecoming

Marysville Bulldogs will play Clay Center Tigers Friday night at their homecoming game. Festivities will start at 2:15 with the homecoming parade down Broadway.  United Bank and Trust will host a tailgate party in City Park beginning at 5 o’clock. Royalty Candidates are:  Dani Schwarz, Sadie Manley, Liz Manley, Madison Kracht, Amber Cadwell, Cody Hill, Martin Howard, James Landoll, Mikah ...

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Bridge Construction Moving Forward

The Gage County Board of Supervisors chose Simons Contracting to begin replacing a deteriorating bridge in Wymore Wednesday morning. Simons, with a Nebraska office based in North Platte, was awarded the contract for $1,238,871. The bridge crosses Indian Creek on 51st Road southeast of Wymore. The road extends from River Street in Blue Springs and First Street in Wymore. Federal ...

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4-H State Fair Results

Marshall County Intermediate FCS County/District Team Name 19 County Marshall Senior FCS County/District Team Name 27 Amanda Koch Intermediate FCS Judging Contestant Name 20 Aaron Koch Intermediate FCS Judging Contestant Name 49 Audrey Schmitz Senior FCS Judging Contestant Name 82 Tracy Schmitz Senior FCS Judging Contestant Name 95 Tricia Schmitz Senior FCS Judging Contestant Name 128 Raudy Latta Intermediate FCS ...

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Washington County Homecoming Friday Night

Washington County Tigers will take on rival Valley Heights for Homecoming this Friday.   Royalty Candidates are:  Kylie Penning, Jasmine Helms, Megan Stegman, Bryan Otott, Evan McGatlin, and Jordan Johnson.  The king and queen will be crowned at the stadium at 6:30.  A pep rally will be held downtown at 12:45.

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Sheriff Searching for Stolen Farm Equipment

The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating more than $30,000 worth of stolen farm equipment, including a John Deere tractor. Sheriff Greg Riat issue a news release Tuesday stating a 2009 John Deere 4520 tractor with front loader, black Bohnert 18-foot flatbed trailer and grass seeder was stolen from the Manhattan area. The victim reported ...

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Washington County Sheriff Reports Several Fires

On September 10th the Hanover Fire Department was dispatched to 2337 County Line Road for a barn fire. On September 10th on 22nd Road just east of Madison Road Calvin Roop Jr., Washington driving a 2000 STLG, struck a calf owned by John Stigge, Washington.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported. On September 10th on US ...

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