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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – Nov. 17th

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The Board of County Commission (BOCC) for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, November 17th, 2014 in the Commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Members present:  Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner.  Denae Jueneman, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. The next ... Read More »

Homer Hanson Stadium Improvements Funded By USD 364

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The Marysville USD 364 School Board met Wednesday, and approved funding the remaining amount needed to complete restoration of Homer Hanson Stadium out of the 2015-16 Capital Outlay Budget. Private contributions have been used to fund the work completed thus far, with approximately $40,000 required to finish the effort. The board set a meeting for Monday, November 17th at 5 p.m. in the Media Center to ... Read More »

Blue Rapids Woman Injured In Auto Accident

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An injury accident Wednesday, shortly after noon half a mile south of Randolph was reported. Pansy Rudolph, 77, of Blue Rapids went off the highway, struck a guard rail, and then went into the ditch, with the vehicle flipping onto its side. She was taken to a Manhattan hospital with a possible injury. Read More »

Marysville Volunteer Fire Department Responds To Combine Fire

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The Marysville Volunteer Fire Department responded Saturday afternoon to a combine on fire five miles south of town on the West River Road. Owned by Bernard Dwerlkotte, the combine was totaled. Late Sunday afternoon, they responded to a call of a possible fire at the County Transfer Station, which turned out to be a neighboring farmer burning brush. Read More »

Break-In Reported In Centralia

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The Nemaha County Sheriff reports a break-in in Centralia, at 512 Mulberry. Sometime during the afternoon of October 26th, someone took a chainsaw, medication, and financial papers, valued at $530. Read More »

Ranch Management Meeting Planned; Advanced Registration Requested

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Advance registration is requested for a ranch management meeting in Beatrice Wednesday, November 19th. The Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition, and Nebraska Extension, will present the five essentials of successful ranch management, including integrative and holistic approaches, continuous improvement of key resources such as land, livestock, and people. Use of good analysis and decision making tools, cost controls, and emphasis on marketing will be ... Read More »

Suspect Arrested In Attempted Murder Case In Manhattan

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MANHATTAN, KAN. – On November 13, 2014 at approximately 11:38AM the Riley County Police Department received a 911 call in reference to a domestic violence incident in the 600 block of Yuma Street Manhattan, Kansas. The reporting party stated that a female had been stabbed multiple times. Officers responded to the area and located a 27 year old female at ... Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Stabbing Reported At Manhattan Public Library; IRIS Alert Issued

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Riley County Police and emergency crews responded to the Manhattan Public Library at approximately 11:45 a.m. this morning on reports of a possible stabbing. Early reports indicated a woman sustained injuries to the face and neck. Riley County also issued an IRIS Alert for an investigation in the 600 block of Yuma Street. They are asking the public to avoid ... Read More »

KDOT Prepared For Winter; Advises Motorists To Follow Safety Tips

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With snow in the forecast later this week, the Kansas Department of Transportation is ready. This year KDOT has implemented new snow fighter training courses to better educate new equipment operators on all aspects of roadway snow and ice control as well as how to maintain their equipment. KDOT has a staff of 1,200 ready for winter weather, 24 hours ... Read More »