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Bremen Fighting to Save Post Office

Bremen Citizens are fighting to save their post office which has been designated by the Kansas Postmaster as an office that is subject to closing.  Gary Holle, Bremen Insurance is spearheading the effort to keep the Bremen Post Office Open.  An organizational meeting will take place 7 P.M. Tuesday evening at the Bremen Insurance Office.  The Postal Service has agreed ... Read More »

Yungeberg Hired as Community Education Director

Blue Rapids Free Press reports Tony Yungeberg has been hired by Valley Heights School District as Community Ed Director, effective immediately. Tony is a 1991 graduate of Valley Heights. He attended Hutch Community College where he played football for the Blue Dragons, and Emporia State University. He was an employee of Waterville Lumber for 18 years prior to the business ... Read More »

Prepare for travel delays for KU-KSU game Saturday in Lawrence

SUNFLOWER SHOWDOWN TO BRING FOOTBALL FANS TO LAWRENCE The matchup between two Kansas schools is expected to bring extra traffic to the Turnpike this Saturday, Oct. 22, and will bring extra fans to Lawrence. The annual Sunflower Showdown between the University of Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas State University Wildcats brings fans for both teams to the game and to ... Read More »

Suspect Photo Released in Murder of Fort Riley Soldier

Murder Suspect

The Riley County Police Department on Thursday released a composite picture of a man officers say killed a Fort Riley soldier about a week ago. Army Sgt. Ronald Evans Taylor, 28, was found dead late Oct. 14 after crashing his car into a house in Ogden. Investigators said Taylor had been shot when they found his body in the wrecked ... Read More »

CMH Officially Opens Frankfort Clinic

Community Memorial Healthcare’s Frankfort Clinic hosted an open house Tuesday afternoon for the public. Guests were invited to stop by, meet their medical providers, tour the facility, and enjoy refreshments. Frankfort Clinic, which opened September 2nd, is the first clinic that Community Memorial Healthcare has operated in the Frankfort community. The clinic, located in the old Frankfort clinic building at ... Read More »

Centralia Ambulance Close to Reality

A 2011 E450 Ambulance is ready and several Centralia residents have passed their practical tests bringing the reality of a Centralia ambulance closer.  Brent Teter with Techs, Inc. came before the Nemaha County Board of Directors and stated that he will be checking with the Emergency Preparedness Department about when the county will be switching over to narrowband radios. He ... Read More »

Marysville SRS office not required to keep 11 employees

SRS is not required to maintain the current level of staffing at the Marysville Office, according to the agreement published by the SRS Secretary.  According to the agreement the SRS agrees not to close the Marysville Office and to operate it at substantially the same level as the current service through November 2013.  This is subject to the funding assistance ... Read More »

Vehicle-Deer crashes rise in October thru December.

Last year in Kansas, over 9-thousand traffic crashes were deer related, with two people killed and 305 people injured. Most vehicle-deer crashes occur between October and December around dawn and dusk.  The deer rutting season and other factors during this time appear to increase the movement of the deer and the number of deer on the roadway.  Also, if one ... Read More »

Singer/Songwriter Matt White to be in Marysville

Matt White, a singer/songwriter from New York City, will be giving a free concert at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Arts on October 26 at 7:30. The appearance is sponsored by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative. While here, he will work with high school music students, conduct a choral clinic for sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade students, and give a ... Read More »