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Rollover Fatality Accident Reported


One man is dead after a hit and run accident and a second rollover accident. Saturday afternoon Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a hit and run accident on Highway 8 near Steele City.   The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies located the accident and discovered one vehicle had left the scene. Four victims, the driver and passengers in ... Read More »

Blue Rapids Veterans’ Day Celebration November 12th


The Blue Rapids Museum will host a 2nd Annual Veteran’s Day Parade on Saturday, November 12th at 10:30 a.m”.   All those who have been in the service, war time or not, are invited to join the parade.  Valley Heights Band will provide music.  The Boy Scouts are invited to march and a contingent of “Rosie the Riveters” will honor those ... Read More »

Kansas Sandwich Company Recalls Sandwiches


The Landshire Company is recalling Nike sandwiches, distributed in Kansas, due to possible health risks. The Kansas Department of Agriculture is working to get the word out, to alert consumers of the need to avoid eating the sandwiches. Department of Ag spokeswoman Chelsea Good says the Nike Super Poor Boy and Nike All-American are identified as the sandwiches affected.  Production ... Read More »

Farm Operations Cost Fall


A new government report shows the cost of operating a Kansas farm fell slightly in 2010. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reports that statewide farm expenditures totaled $11.7 billion last year, down 2.4 percent from 2009. Those expenses translate to an average of nearly $179,000 per farm in 2010, compared with $183,000 the year before. The decline in expenditures came despite ... Read More »

Farm Loan Delinquency Rates Remain Low


Farm loan delinquencies in Kansas remain low as fall harvest wraps up across the state. The Farm Service Agency reports a delinquency rate of 2.7 percent on its farm operating loans as the fiscal year ended Sept. 30. Read More »

Beatrice Man Convicted of Attempted Strangulation


Sean Cahill, age 53, of Beatrice no contest in Gage County District Court Wednesday to theft and assault charges.  He was convicted of attempted theft by receiving stolen property, attempted strangulation and attempted domestic assault. The charges resulted from two incidents.  In May Cahill’s former business partner was attempting to remove parts from the Shamrock Racing Shop.  Cahill shoved her ... Read More »

$5000 Reward for Information About Stolen Firearms


$13,519 in firearms were stolen from Ruetti Farms shop near Frankfort during the overnight hours on September 13th.  According to a Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy someone entered the building through an unlocked window on the south side of the building.  The thieves used a cutting torch to cut a hole in a safe and removed 13 firearms.  Nothing else was ... Read More »

Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test Set for Wednesday, November 9, 2011

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Kansas radio and television stations, along with cable TV systems and satellite TV companies, will participate in the first nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) on Wednesday, November 9.  The test, originating from Washington, D.C., will begin at approximately 1:00 pm Central and will last for about 3-1/2 minutes. During the test, the public will hear a message ... Read More »

Wymore Police Searching for Information About Stolen Car


The Wymore Police Department is seeking information regarding the theft and vandalism to a vehicle.  Sometime in the early morning hours of October 24, 2011, someone took a red 1992 Chrysler convertible from a residence in Wymore.  The vehicle was recovered in Blue Springs the next day.  Extensive damage was done to the car.  Anyone with information about the theft ... Read More »

Black Squirrel Night


By the Marysville Advocate Friday is Black Squirrel Night downtown Marysville.  The Footloose Dancers will perform at 6:30 p.m. and the MHS Band at 7 p.m. at Eighth and Broadway. The children’s costume contest will be at 7:30 p.m. in front of United Bank & Trust. Marysville Police Chief Todd Ackerman said the Police Department will have a special gift ... Read More »