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Fatality Accident in Washington County

A Morrowville Man was killed in a two vehicle accident on Monday afternoon.  Cecil R. Grover, age 62, of Morrowville was driving a pickup eastbound on 25th Road.  Grover entered the intersection with Gypsum Road and his vehicle was struck by a truck driven by Donald R. Osborne of Fairbury.  Grover was transported to the Washington County Hospital by ambulance.  ...

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Pursuit Reaches 115 Mile Per Hour

An attempted burglary led to a high speed chase early Monday morning.  At approximately 4 a.m. the Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Blue Springs Keno in reference to an activated burglar alarm. Upon arrival, Deputies located a door that was pried open. Inside the establishment, several items were found to be missing.  While investigating the burglary in Blue Springs. ...

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DeJong Found Guilty of Murder

Susan DeJong of Fairbury was found guilty of first degree murder and the use of a weapon to commit a felony.  The Jefferson county jury found DeJong guilty after just five hours of deliberation on Monday.  Susan DeJong was arrested on March 11, 2011 after she called 911 to ask that an ambulance be sent immediately to their residence eight ...

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Gage County Supervisors approve 1 and 6 year road plans

The Gage County Board of Supervisors approved a one and six-year road plan. Thirty-three projects were approved for the one-year road plan, including three federal bridge projects: Blue Springs-Wymore east; in Filley and N-12 Nemaha. The one-year plan includes:  shouldering the Odell blacktop north and overlaying the Filley-Adams blacktop.   The most expensive project on the list includes the Filley-Adams blacktop ...

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USD 115 Agenda for Special Meeting to Close St. Benedict Elementary

NEMAHA CENTRAL SCHOOLS U.S.D. 115   SPECIAL BOARD MEETING PUBLIC HEARING CLOSURE OF ST. BENEDICT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL B&B JH/HS MAIN GYM   WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2012 7:00 P.M.   AGENDA   12-155   APPROVAL OF AGENDA FOR SPECIAL MEETING AND PUBLIC HEARING ON CLOSURE OF ST. BENEDICT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                   12-156   WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION OF BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS   ...

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Benefit Basketball Tournament Scheduled In Baileyville

The annual Baileyville Benefit Basketball Tournament will take place Saturday and Sunday at the B & B High School Gym. Tournament Chairman Kenny Schmitz says the funds raised from this year’s event will go to Wade Moore, Anayah Brown and Coins for Cause. Schmitz says 100 percent of the funds raised are distributed back into the community. He says there ...

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Marysville Library Scheduled To Host Broadband Access Meeting

The Marysville Public Library will host a meeting to discuss the future of broadband access in our area. According to a Library press release Broadband Internet access increases the capacity of Kansas communities to build on their economic base and strengthen tax revenues. The access also helps the area attract and retain businesses. According to the release libraries help overcome ...

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CERT Training Scheduled For March In Washington

Washington County will hold training sessions for new members of the Washington County Community Emergency Response Team or CERT. The classes will be held on the first four Thursday nights in March at 5:30 p.m. at the firehouse in Washington. Class topics include: fire safety, basic search and rescue, terrorism, medical operations and team organization. Anyone interested in joining the ...

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Wetmore Teen Injured In Tuesday Accident

A Wetmore teen was injured in a one vehicle accident on Tuesday evening. Patrick Brown, age 17, was a passenger in a car driven by Mike Flewelling, age 19, of Goff. The duo were traveling eastbound on K-9 Hwy and attempted to make a left turn onto S Road turning in front of Mitchell Sowers, age 18 of Goff, who ...

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Frankfort Boys Highway Passes in Senate

The Frankfort Boys World War II Memorial Highway is one signature away from becoming reality.  A bill naming a stretch of highway in Marshall County in honor of 37 Frankfort servicemen killed in World War II is on its way to the Governor Sam Brownback. The Kansas Senate Wednesday approved the bill naming a portion of K-99 Highway the “Frankfort ...

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