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Washington County Sheriff’s Report

News Release   On 071012 the Hanover Fire Department was dispatched to the Pony Express Truck Stop for the repot of a gas spill.   On 071012 on5th Roadjust west of Indian Road Blade Winter,Cliftondriving a 1995 Jeep hit washboards in roadway and rolled vehicle into ditch.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.    On 071112 ...

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Single Vehicle Accident Leaves Baileyville Teen Injured

On Thursday at 8:50 a.m., Gage A. Leishing, 17, Baileyville, was driving eastbound on 168th Road just east of E Road when he lost control of the vehicle and the vehicle overturned. The injured, Gage Leishing and passenger Wesley Leishing were transported to Nemaha Valley Community Hospital by Seneca EMS.

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Two Injured In Head-on Accident

A woman was transported to Beatrice Community Hospital Thursday afternoon after a head-on collision between two cars. A car driven by Patricia Damme, age 50 of Beatrice, was traveling west on Court Street near 16th Street shortly before 12:30 p.m. Damme’s vehicle swerved into a turning lane and collided head-on with a Chevrolet El Camino driven by Willard Waltke, 81.  ...

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Nemaha County Sheriff’s Report

PRESS RELEASE FOR 7-16-2012 NEMAHACOUNTYSHERIFF’S OFFICE 212 N. 6th -Seneca,KS66538   ARRESTS: 1.       Byran L. Thompson, 23,Topekawas arrested on 7-11-2012 by the Seneca PD for the offense of Driving Under the Influence.  Thompson was released on $750 Surety bond on 7-11-2012 with a court date of 8-15-2012 at 9 a.m.   2.       Carmen L. Connor was released on 7-12-2012.   ...

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WRAPS Offers Re-Leaf Program

Financial Re-LEAF for Forests & Pasture Many people know the benefit that sustainably managed forests and pastures provide for water quality; however, an upcoming workshop will also highlight the financial benefits that sustainable land management can provide to you, the landowner. Landowners and producers interested in sustainable and profitable forest and pasture management are encouraged to attend the upcoming “Financial ...

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River Valley Extension Agent Resigns

Press Release by David Coltrain. This column is one I did not think would be written for a number of years.  However, I have been wrong about things before and I am certain it will happen again.  I have accepted a position in the North Central Kansas Farm Management Association with official employment beginning on July 29.  I will be ...

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Two Injured in Rollover Accident

Two Kearney, Nebraska men were injured in a rollover accident at approximately 6:30 Tuesday evening.  A vehicle driven by Brandon Shoemaker of Kearney was travelling west on Tumbleweed Road approaching an intersection with 8th Road.  The vehicle left the roadway and rolled one time landing on its wheels.   Shoemaker and one passenger, Michael Baird suffered non-life threatening injuries and ...

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Summerfield School Will Close at the End of School Year

USD 113 Board of Education confirmed that Summerfield Elementary School will close at the end of the 2012-2013 school year.  Students in the Summerfield Elementary School will begin attending Axtell School in the 2013-2014 school year.   Newly hired Superintendent Bill Orth told the Board that he would like to form a committee to assist with the planning of the ...

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Nemaha County Sheriff’s Report

PRESS RELEASE FOR 7-11-2012 NEMAHACOUNTYSHERIFF’S OFFICE 212 N. 6th -Seneca,KS66538   ARRESTS: 1.       Antonio Ramirez was released to the custody ofDoniphanCountyon 7-9-2012.   2.       Timothy J. Wilson, 30, Hiawatha was booked into the Nemaha County Jail on 7-9-2012 on a Nemaha County Warrant for Failure to Appear. Wilsonremains in custody with bond set at $500 cash.   3.       Carmen L. Connor, ...

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Blue River Irrigation Shut Down in Nebraska

The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources has temporarily revoked the permits of Nebraska Farmer who use the Big Blue River for irrigation. The notification states that effective July 9 at 8 a.m., nobody with a permit issued after Nov. 1, 1968 may irrigate from the river until water levels increase. Keith Paulsen, field office supervisor with the Department of Natural ...

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