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Washington County Commissioners Minutes 4-23-2012

COMMISSION MINUTES,April 23, 2012           The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, April 23, 2012in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, 2nd District Commissioner; Gene Helms, 3rd District Commissioner, and Lou Kern,CountyClerk.   Absent:  Elizabeth Hiltgen,CountyAttorney due to training.   Chairman Mueller called the meeting ...

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Marshall County Commissioners Minutes 4-23-12

April 23, 2012   The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Thomas K. Holle Chairman; and Robert S. Connell member and Sonya L. Stohs,CountyClerkpresent.   Commissioner Loiseau was absent from the meeting.   The meeting was called to order at9:00 a.m.   The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and ...

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Clay Center woman injured in accident Sunday evening

A Clay Center woman was injured in a one vehicle accident Sunday evening at the U.S. 36/K 15 junction west of Washington. According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Department, Charlotte Kidwell of Clay Center was driving a 2002 Buick when she drove through the intersection, coming to rest about 130 feet off the roadway. Kidwell was transported by Washington EMS ...

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Senator Jerry Moran Staff member to be in area May 8th.

A member of Senator Jerry Moran’s staff will be in our area soon to assist anyone who may be experiencing problems with Social Security, Medicare, and Veteran’s benefits or if you have other concerns regarding federal issues. Tuesday May 8th, a Moran staff member will be in Clay Center at the Clay County Courthouse at 712 5th St from 10-11 ...

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2012 Wheat Harvest could be a history maker!

THE 2012 WHEAT HARVEST COULD START VERY EARLY, POSSIBLY THE END OF MAY OR FIRST PART OF JUNE.  THE WHEAT IS ALREADY HEADED OUT, WHICH IS 2-3 WEEKS AHEAD OF SCHEDULE.  THE BOOT STAGE BEGAN ABOUT 10 DAYS AGO AND BOOT STAGE TO HARVEST, USUALLY TAKES ABOUT 6 WEEKS.  THERE OF COURSE IS STILL THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMGE TO THE ...

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KDWPT can now make online reservations

Campers may now make online reservations in a site set up by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism at state parks, along with cabins at certain state fishing lakes and wildlife areas.  The new site can be accessed through the KDWPT website at ksoutdoors.com and is expected to increase the efficiency of the department’s camping reservations process.

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Intangibles Tax Petition being circulated in Marshall County

AN INTANGIBLES TAX PETITION IS BEING CIRCULATED AROUND MARYSVILLE AND MARSHALL COUNTY THAT WOULD PLACE A QUESTION ABOUT RESCINDING THE CITY AND COUNTY INTANGIBLES TAX  THAT WOULD BE ON THE NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT.  THE INTANGIBLES TAX IS A TAX THAT HAS BEEN SET UP LOCALLY TO LEVY GROSS EARNINGS RECEIVED FROM INTANGIBLE PROPERTY, LIKE MORTGAGES, SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, AND STOCKS ...

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April 23-27 is National Work Zone Awareness Week

APRIL 23-27 IS NATIONAL WORK ZONE AWARENESS WEEK. IT’S A REMINDER THAT WHEN YOU SEE ORANGE WORK CONES, THAT YOU’RE ENTERING AN AREA THAT YOU NEED TO SLOW DOWN AND PAY EXTRA ATTENTION AS MEN AND WOMEN ARE WORKING IN THE AREA TO IMPROVE THE HIGHWAY. IT’S A REMINDER TO REMEMBER NOT ONLY DURING NATIONAL WORK ZONE AWARENESS WEEK, BUT ...

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Marshall & Washington Co. Fair themes announced

FAIR THEMES FOR MARSHALL AND WASHINGTON COUNTY HAVE BEEN SET. THE THEME FOR THE MARSHALL COUNTY FAIR, WHICH WILL RUN JULY 13TH-18TH IN BLUE RAPIDS, WILL BE “YOUTH: MARSHALL COUNTY’S HERITAGE AND HOPE.” THE WASHINGTON COUNTY FAIR THEME, WHICH WILL RUN JULY 17TH-21ST, WILL BE “COUNTRY PRIDE, COUNTY WIDE.” THAT WILL ALSO BE THE THEME OF THE PARADE, WHICH WILL ...

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Home City Post Office to close

THE HOME CITY POST OFFICE WILL BE AMONG THE POST OFFICES AROUND THE U.S. THAT WILL BE CLOSING SOON. THE CLOSURE WILL NOT OCCUR BEFORE THE CURRENT MORATORIUM ENDS ON MAY 15TH. THE PUBLIC WILL BE NOTIFIED WHEN A CLOSURE DATE HAS BEEN SET. UNTIL THEN, IT WILL BE BUSINESS AS USUAL AT THE HOME CITY POST OFFICE. THERE WERE ...

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