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Semi Driven by Odell Man Overturns

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A semi driven by an Odell man overturned on Wednesday November 9th.  The Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to a one vehicle accident at the junction of Hwy 41 and Hwy 34c spur near Adams.  Jamie J. Snyder (27 years old) was traveling east on Hwy 41 in a semi owned by Duis Commodities LLC of Odell.  The semi’s engine ... Read More »

Pork Quality Assurance Program Scheduled

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University of Nebraska Extension in Gage County has scheduled a Pork Quality Assurance Plus session for Friday December 2, 2011 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the Extension Office meeting Room in Beatrice.  All pork producers needing PQA+ certification or recertification are welcome.  The session is being conducted by Larry Germer, University of Nebraska Extension Educator Emeriti.     ... Read More »

Community Band Searching for New Members

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The Marshall County Community Band will have small ensembles providing holiday music at numerous events during November and December. Anyone interested in joining can attend a short rehearsal from 7:00-8:00 pm on Monday, November 21 in the MHS Band Room or you may contact Tobias Wood at 785-302-0584 or [email protected] to get a book and/or instrument to use. Performances are ... Read More »

Marysville Council Approves New Police Auxilary Program

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The Marysville City Council approved a new police auxiliary program at their Monday night meeting.  Police Chief Todd Ackerman requested the program to help with personnel issues in specific situations.  The new auxiliary personnel would not be armed.   According to Ackerman the auxiliary personnel would only use force as a last resort.  Their primary function would be to observe and ... Read More »

Current Pipeline Shuts Down

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TransCanada Corp. says its pipeline that transports crude oil from Canada through seven states—including a portion of the local area—was temporarily shut down for “mechanical issues.‘‘ Spokesman Terry Cunha says no oil spilled along the 2,148-mile-long pipeline‘s route. He says the company was working Wednesday to find out the cause of the problem. Crude began flowing through the $5.2 billion ... Read More »

Marshall County Band Searching for Members

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The Marshall County Community Band will have small ensembles providing holiday music at numerous events during November and December. Anyone interested in joining can attend a short rehearsal from 7:00-8:00 pm on Monday, November 21 in the MHS Band Room or you may contact Tobias Wood at 785-302-0584 or [email protected] to get a book and/or instrument to use. Performances are ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 103111 on Rainbow Road 1/4 mile north of 25th Road Jolynn Hennerberg, Hollenberg driving a 1996 Ford struck deer.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injures were reported.    On 103111 on State Line Road 1/2 mile west of Zenith, John Scheuler, Lanham driving a 2004 Chevrolet struck a cow owned by John Jueneman, Hanover.  Damage estimated at ... Read More »

KU #13 in Men’s Top 25 College Basketball Poll

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1 North Carolina (62) 1-0 1620 2 Kentucky 1-0 1501 3 Ohio State (1) 1-0 1482 4 Connecticut (2) 1-0 1433 5 Syracuse 0-0 1338 6 Duke 1-0 1301 7 Vanderbilt 1-0 1120 8 Florida 1-0 1086 9 Louisville 1-0 1055 10 Pittsburgh 1-0 1027 11 Memphis 0-0 997 12 Baylor 1-0 892 13 Kansas 1-0 755 14 Xavier 1-0 ... Read More »

Greenleaf Man Arrested for Aggravated Indecent Liberties with a Child

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A Washington County Man has been Arrested for Aggravated Indecent Liberties with a Child.  On November 3 the Washington County Sheriff’s Department arrested Troy Fencil, Greenleaf for 3 counts of Aggravated Indecent Liberties with a Child, and 4 counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Child.  Fencil is currently incarcerated on a $500,000 bond.  An investigation was started October 18th, 2011 ... Read More »