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Marysville Main Street Wins Two Awards

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Marysville Main Street was received two awards at Thursday night‘s Main Street Awards of Excellence presentation, held in Independence as part of the annual Kansas Downtown Symposium. Marysville received the Community Award for the cooperation between the City of Marysville and Marysville Main Street. Marysville Main Street also received the award for excellence in fundraising for the Big Blue BBQ ... Read More »

Beatrice Woman Charged with Additional Child Abuse Charges

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21-year-old Tieghsia Udell of Beatrice was arrested for child abuse last week was arrested again on Wednesday for two additional counts of cruelty toward a child for prior incidents in which she left her two-year-old son home alone. In addition to her previous child abuse charge, Udell is now facing two counts of cruelty toward a child. The Nebraska Department ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners Minutes, 10-10-11

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 COMMISSION MINUTES, October 10, 2011            The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, October 10, 2011 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner; Roger Otott, 2nd District Commissioner, Chairman; Gene Helms, 3rd District Commissioner, Elizabeth Hiltgen, County Attorney and Kathy Fritz, Deputy County Clerk.    Chairman ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Minutes

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MARYSVILLE CITY COUNCIL MET WEDNESDAY, AND APPROVED ISSUING $850,000 IN FOUR YEAR BONDS FOR THE SEVENTH STREET RAILBED REHABILITATION PROJECT. ADDITIONAL FUNDING OF $300,000 IN A GRANT FROM K DOT IS TO BE RECEIVED. JUST ONE BID WAS RECEIVED FOR DEMOLITION OF SIMMONS AUDITORIUM IN THE MARYSVILLE CITY PARK. THE BID FOR $49,850, INCLUDED ASBESTOS CONTAINMENT AT $18,850. THE COUNCIL ... Read More »

News Stories Wanted

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If you have a news lead or story in Marshall, Washington, Nemaha or Gage Counties please call KNDY at 562-2361. You may also contact KNDY by email at [email protected] or on the KNDY facebook page. Read More »

Linn Student Arrested for Terroristic Threats

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On Thursday October 6th Washington County officers were dispatched to Linn High School. After an investigation a juvenile was taken into custody on pending charges of Criminal Threat. The juvenile was transported to Juvenile Justice Authority in Junction City, KS. No other information is available. Read More »

Carroll Found Guilty

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Former Marshall County Attorney Brian Carroll entered a plea of “No Contest” to a single count of theft at the preliminary hearing on Tuesday. Carroll was then found guilty by the presiding district judge. Sentencing was set for the morning of November 22nd at 11:00. The case against Carroll was the result of alligations that Carroll misappropriated more than 70-thousand-dollars ... Read More »

One Injured in Truck Rollover

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On Saturday October 1st, Merry Roop of Washington was driving a 1998 International truck on 21st Road just west of Upland Road. Roop lost control of the truck and the truck rolled over. Roop had to be extricated by Hanover Rescue. Hanover EMS transported Roop to the Washington County Hospital. Read More »

Marysville Business Voted Retail Business of the Year

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A Marysville business was recognized as the 2011 Woman-Owned Retail business of the year by the Kansas Department of Commerce. Makun, Incorporated is owned by Mary Kueny of Marysville. Kueny started the business fifteen years ago from her home. Since then the corporation has grown to include 12 employees and a retail store in Marysville called the Porch Swing. Kueny ... Read More »

Washington County Harvest Report

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River Valley Extension Agent Todd Whitney reported harvest in Washington County is moving a bit slower due to green stems and a record amount of double crops. Whitney reported that there has been a minimal amount of Sorghum harvested due to a large amount of green leaves. With the exception of double crop, soybean harvest is approximately 80% complete with ... Read More »