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Washington County Commission’s Minutes

           COMMISSION MINUTES, May 21, 2012            The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, May 21, 2012 in 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, Elizabeth Hiltgen, County Attorney, and Lou Kern, County Clerk.      ...

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NEMAHA COUNTYSHERIFF’S OFFICE Press Release

PRESS RELEASE FOR 5-21-2012   212 N. 6th -Seneca,KS66538   ARRESTS: 1.       Cody Whitman, 24, Seneca was arrested on 5-17-2012 by the Seneca PD for the offenses of Disorderly Conduct and Assault of LEO.  Whitman was released on $2,000 surety bond on 5-18-2012 with a court date of 6-20-2012 at 4 p.m.   2.       Darell R. Grove, 51,Oneidawas arrested by ...

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Local Post Offices Will Remain Open

Several area post offices that were on a list of potential offices to be closed have received a stay of execution – for now.  Instead of closing the offices the Postal Service intends to cut hours from eight-hour days to four hours for Axtell, Baileyville, Beattie, Bremen, Centralia, Greenleaf, Summerfield and Barnes. Blue Rapids, Frankfort, Waterville and Hanover will be ...

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Community Memorial Healthcare Announces 2012-2013 Board Members

Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) announces the following members to its 2012-2013 Board of Directors: Ken Kickhaefer, Chair, Marysville; Don Bruna, Vice-Chair, Marysville; Amos Alstrom, Marysville; Dan Caffrey, Marysville; Dave Hamel, DDS, Marysville; Ed Henry, Waterville; Trent Moser, Marysville; William Oborny, Marysville; Marge Schlabach, Hanover; John Schwartz, Blue Rapids; Delores Stump, Blue Rapids; Rev. Jerry Zanker, Marysville; and Dr. John Ryan, ...

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UNL Extension Tractor Safety Courses Offered In Beatrice

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Tractor Safety/Hazardous Occupations Course will be offered in Beatrice at the Extension Office and on the Gage County Fairgrounds on June 14-15, 2012.  The class will be held from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm each day         Federal law prohibits youth under 16 years of age from working on a farm other than their parents’.   Certification ...

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Driver Partially Ejected In Rollover

Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to a single vehicle rollover injury accident on Thursday at 7 a.m. The driver, Jeremy Zona age 32 of Sutherland, NE and passenger Tycen Gavin age 24 of North Platte, NE were east bound on E. Hwy 136  at approximately S. 190th Rd.  Zona lost control of the pickup and left the roadway to the north, ...

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Highway 77 Closed Memorial Day

Highway 77 will be closed on Friday, May 25th from Highway 36 (west of Marysville) to Highway 8 in Nebraska. On Saturday & Sunday, May 26th & 27th Highway 36 will be open with a single lane of traffic. They will be doing repairs on the RR crossing North of Marysville.

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Gage County District 6 Official Results

With only four votes separating the top three candidates for District 6 Gage County Supervisor, an automatic recount was ordered by Election Commissioner Dawn Hill. The recount Thursday confirmed those results and will send Knabe on to the November general election against Democratic challenger John Hill.

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Westar Warns Customers About Scam

Westar Energy on Wednesday warned its customers of a scam that has impacted other utility customers in several other states. Westar said the scam claims the federal government is providing credits or applying payments to customers’ utility bills under a grant authorized by President Barack Obama. Customers who receive flyers or messages they believe to be a scam may call ...

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Duckwall’s Building Has New Owner

The former Duckwall’s building in Downtown Washington was purchased by Brad and Donna Portenier for $19,000. Brad told the Washington News he has a few different ideas but mostly wants to do something that would create jobs and bring people to town.

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