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Frankfort Man Still Missing

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Northeast Kansas Law Enforcement continues to search for a missing Frankfort man.  The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office is leading the search for Francis Kramer, 78, of Frankfort. He has been missing since Friday.  Kramer was last seen in route to Sac & Fox Casino. He was driving a 1991 blue Chevy Lumina with Kansas tag UZR-569.   If you have ... Read More »

Barneston Voters Must Now Travel To Wymore

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Barneston and Liberty residents will now cast their vote in Wymore. The Gage County Board of Supervisors approved consolidating voting precincts and polling places in Gage County during its weekly meeting. According to the County Clerk Dawn Hill the change will save the county $16,000 during each election.   Hill said the growing popularity of early ballot voting could remedy the ... Read More »

Sylvia Exhibit Comes to Koester House

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The Koester House will host a special showing of the Sylvia Exhibit from 5-8 pm on Friday.  Sylvia Broughten Koester was born on Valentine’s Day in 1848.  She was a school teacher in Marysville and married Charles Koester on July 25, 1876.  They moved into their new home at 919 Broadway.   Charles and Sylvia had three children.  Sylvia contracted ... Read More »

Soil Conservation Workshop Registration Closes Friday

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Registration for the Soil Conservation Workshop in Marysville closes on Friday.  The workshop is scheduled for February 14th at the Marysville American Legion from 10 am to 3 pm.  Topics will include soil basics, soil ph, soil nutrients, soil sampling and testing, and manure nutrient management.  Kansas State Extension has applied for Commercial Pesticide Application and Certified Crop Advisor Continuing ... Read More »

First Responders Recieve Pipeline Accident Training

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Local and area first responders attended a seminar on pipeline safety in Marysville Monday.  The seminar was hosted by the Kansas Pipeline Association.  During the seminar local and area law enforcement and fire personnel learned how to prepare for and respond to a pipeline spill.  Areas discussed included:  Securing the site, Establishing a command center, Evacuation procedures, and procedures for ... Read More »

Authorities Searching For Missing Frankfort Man

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The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office is searching for Francis Kramer, 78, of Frankfort. He has been missing since Friday. Kramer was last seen in route to Sac & Fox Casino. He was driving a 1991 blue Chevy Lumina with Kansas tag UZR-569. If you have seen Kramer or know any information about his whereabouts, please contact the Marshall County Sheriff’s ... Read More »

Nemaha County Board Minutes

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    UNOFFICIAL MINUTES — These minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board of Commissioners at their next meeting.   February 6, 2012 Unofficial   The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, February 6, 2012 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Mark Wessel ... Read More »

USD 113 Candidates Announced.

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Prairie Hills School District will host five candidates for the superintendent position over the next week. Each candidate will visit all of the schools in the District.  Candidates will also participate in several meet and greets during their visit. 8:45 AM Meet/Greet Bern HS 10:15 AM Meet/Greet Sumerfield 11:30 AM Meet/Greet Axtell JH/HS 2:00 PM Meet/Greet Wetmore 4:15 PM Meet/Greet ... Read More »

Topeka Symphony Orchestra Performming In Marysville Sunday

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The Topeka Symphony Orchestra will perform a free concert, “Mozart and More,” at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Marysville High School auditorium in Marysville. The concert features two selections composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a guitar concerto composed by Richard Harvey and a piece by Maurice Ravel. Guest artist is classical guitarist Nicolas Ciraldo. Sixty percent of the musicians in ... Read More »

Red Cross Blood Drive Scheduled

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Red Cross is seeking blood donations.  A blood drive will take place on Thursday, February 16th. 12:30 pm- 6:30 pm, Community Bldg/Legion Hall, 207 5th St, Axtell A second drive will take place on February 24th from 8:00 am- 2:00 pm, Community Building, 1500 Community Drive, Seneca Read More »