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House Fire Early Sunday In Marysville

The Marysville Fire Department responded to a house fire at 900 Carolina early Sunday morning. Crews were called out around 3 a.m. to the Lynn and Kandy Haverkamp home, located just west of the Marysville Elementary School. First reports were that there were people trapped inside, however that was not the case. The Haverkamps and their children were out of ...

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Road Work To Begin In Washington Monday

Crews are scheduled to begin construction at the intersection of 6th and B Street in Washington on Monday, October 22nd, for a street surface and curb/gutter project. B Street will be closed from 5th Street to Highway 36. 6th Street will be closed from C Street to A Street. There will be a marked detour coming from the north. The ...

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Centralia Honors Riggins Family

Centralia schools honored the Riggins family, Eugene, Mildred, Frank, John, and Bill Friday night by dedicating the field and naming it “Riggins Field.” Frank, John, and Bill were on hand for the ceremony prior to the game with Troy. Centralia Athletic Director Larry Glatczak said the ceremony included the entire Centralia and Troy teams lining up on both sides of ...

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USD 364 Board of Education Minutes 10-10-2012

Accepted the following donations: Received $200.00 to KSCFL fromChadand Sue Rhodes. Received $50.00 to KSCFL from the Advocate. Received $7,950.00 in donations to the Bulldog Club. Received $7,375.00 in donations to the Athletic/Activity Account. Received $292.00 from Tom Knott for football field paint. Received $300 for the secondary library from an anonymous donor. 2011-12 Donations Received: Received $400 from Landoll ...

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Most candidates to attend forum in Marysville

By Sarah Kessinger Nearly all of the area candidates for local and state offices have confirmed they will speak at a public forum at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 17 in the Marysville City Building.The candidate forum, sponsored by the Advocate, KNDY Radio and Blue Valley Tele-Communications, will feature a question-answer format and will be video-recorded for broadcast before the Nov. 6 ...

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Shop For 2013 Part D Plan

     Want to save money? It is time to start shopping and enrolling in a 2013 Medicare Part D Plan.  The open enrollment period for Medicare 2013 Part D Prescription Plans begins next week on October 15th and will continue only until December 7th. Coverage on a 2013 plan starts January 1, 2013. 31 Medicare Part D plans are available ...

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USD 113 Board Votes to Expand Axtell Elementary Building

The Prairie Hill’s USD 113 Board of Education voted to hire an architect to finalize plans on a 75 by 125 foot building at the Axtell school site to house elementary students. The board took the action at their regular meeting Monday evening. Superintendent Bill Orth presented a diagram of the proposed facility, with eight classrooms and two restrooms. The ...

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The Marysville City Council Approved Continuing the Police Officers’ Wellness Program

Chief Todd Ackerman presented the Marysville City Council with an assessment of the Marysville Police Officers participating in the wellness program.  The program was considered controversial because it would allow officers to exercise while on the job. The assessment was prepared by Pam Schroller, owner of Marysville Fitness.  According to the assessment all the officers continued to gain muscle mass ...

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Linn Holds Homecoming Friday

Linn Homecoming will take place this Friday.  Queen candidates are: Hannah Edgar, Kayla Ohlde, Krista Wilgers.  King candidates are Blaine Joonas, Zak Voelker, Zaine Willesden Thursday night Linn will have a bonfire and lip synching contest starting at 7:00 pm at the school.  Linn will host Southern Cloud on Friday Night

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Marshall County Commissioner’s Minutes

October 8, 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, County Clerk present.   The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m.   The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and agenda were ...

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