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A member of Sen. Jerry Moran’s office to be in Washington today.

A member of Sen. Moran’s staff will soon be visiting the following communities to assist Kansans who are experiencing difficulties with Social Security, Medicare, and veterans’ benefits or have other concerns regarding federal issues. Members of the community are welcome to attend:   Washington Washington County Courthouse Commission Room 214 C Street 12:30-1:30 p.m. CST

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Visit Branson This October, Seats Still Available!

Branson in the Fall October 1 – 4, 2012 Sponsored by KNDY AM & FM Get your seat today! Call Mike Hughes at 785-620-7606 to reserve your spot on the bus! There’s nothing like Branson in the fall with the changing of the colors and the beautiful weather of the Ozarks. Monday, October 1 We’ll depart Marysville  with a couple ...

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Home Man Injured In Accident

A Home City man was injured Friday afternoon when the pickup he was driving was struck by a semi.  Dominic, Buster, Schmitz was travelling east on Highway 36 when a semi driven by Scotty D. Blanton, age 21, of Morrison, Tennessee struck the rear of the pickup driven by Schmitz.  The accident occurred on the east edge of Home.  Schmitz ...

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Heat Advisory Issued – Take Precautions

HEAT ADVISORY in effect from 1 PM to 8 PM for Marshall, Washington, Riley & Pottawatomie Counties. Heat Indices of 105-107 degrees are possible today across the region. Elderly people, infants and children and people with chronic medical conditions are more prone to heat related stress and injuries. Kansans are encouraged to drink plenty of cool, nonalcoholic beverages regardless of ...

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Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Blood

With half as many blood products currently in the American Red Cross inventory as this time last year, the Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donors of all types. Unseasonably early warm weather may be a contributing factor to the 50,000 donation shortfall in June as many regular donors got an early start on summer ...

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Extreme Heat: A Prevention Guide to Promote Your Personal Health and Safety

Heat-related deaths and illness are preventable yet annually many people succumb to extreme heat. Historically, from 1979-2003, excessive heat exposure caused 8,015 deaths in the United States. During this period, more people in this country died from extreme heat than from hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, floods, and earthquakes combined. In 2001, 300 deaths were caused by excessive heat exposure. People suffer ...

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Beatrice Man Injured In Car/Deer Accident

A Beatrice man suffered minor injuries after the vehicle he was driving struck a large deer.  At approximately 8 p.m. the Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to a single vehicle car/deer accident that occurred at West Highway 136 near Southwest 103rd Road. After completing the investigation, it was determined that a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero, driven by 46 year old Timothy W. ...

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Marysville Fireworks Law

The city of Marysville would like to remind residents that no fireworks of any kind shall be ignited or discharged in city limits between the hours of 10 p.m. and 10 a.m.  On July 4th fireworks may be discharged until midnight.  Fireworks may only be discharged between June 27 the July 5.

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Milford Lake Algae Warning Lifted

State health officials have lifted toxic blue-green algae advisories at Milford Lake.  The lake is now open to all forms of use including fishing and boating.

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Wymore Teen Injured in One-Vehicle Accident

A Wymore man was injured in a one vehicle accident on Wednesday at approximately 3:30 in the afternoon.  Emergency units were dispatched to the area of S 43rd and Linden Road, “Holmesville Black Top,” for a single vehicle rollover accident. The investigation made at the scene determined that a 1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, driven by 18 year old Dylan Warford of ...

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