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Lincoln Man Injured In Nemaha County Accident

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Neil S. Rutledge, 25, Lincoln, NE was injured in a one vehicle accident.  He was traveling eastbound on 184th Road approximately 2000 feet east of B Road when he left the road and overturned.  Rutledge was transported to the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital by ambulance. Read More »

Onaga Teen Arrested After Pursuit

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An Onaga teenager is facing multiple charges following a car chase on Saturday.  According to the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department, a report was received regarding a loud vehicle in Centralia. When Deputies arrived the saw a vehicle driven by Schlegel who they said was acting suspiciously.   Deputies initiated a traffic stop, but Schlegel allegedly refused to stop and attempting ... Read More »

Washington County Voter’s Unhappy with Commissioners

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According to a press release received by KNDY a group of unhappy voters in Washington County plan to attend the Washington County Commissioner’s meeting on April 16 at 8:15.   The group is protesting the commissioners’ decision to change voting procedures.  According to the release Commissioners were presented with a petition opposing the changes signed by nearly 700 registered voters in ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes

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April 2, 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, County Clerk present.   Commissioner Loiseau was absent from the meeting.   The meeting was called into order at 9:00 a.m.    The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. ... Read More »

Celebrate National Volunteer Week by Donating Blood

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  This National Volunteer Week, April 15-21, the American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to make an appointment to donate and help save lives. Approximately every two seconds a patient in theUnited Statesneeds a blood transfusion. Thanks to volunteer blood donors, the Red Cross is able to provide needed blood products to local hospitals and more than 3,000 hospitals ... Read More »

SCC to hold nursing workshop on Beatrice Campus

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Southeast Community College’s Continuing Education Division is sponsoring a nursing workshop later this month on the Beatrice Campus. The workshop, titled “Beatrice Conference: Pharmacy Issues in Infectious Disease,” is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. April 25 in the Truman Center on SCC’s Beatrice Campus, 4771 W. Scott Road. Cost is $69 per person and includes lunch. Nurses attending ... Read More »

Washington County 4-Hers Participate in Regional 4-H Day

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4-Hers receiving top blues at the River Valley District 4-H day, March 3, 2012,  qualified to attend the Regional 4-H Day composed of the River Valley Extension District, Central Kansas District, Dickinson, Geary, and Marshall Counties. Regional 4-H Day was held on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at theClayCenterCommunityHigh School.   EligibleWashingtonCounty4-H members participating and results were: Model Meetings: Farmington 4-H ... Read More »

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 »