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Fine Arts Center in Limbo

Marshall County Arts Cooperative representatives plan to meet with the Marysville City Council to discuss the future of the Art Center in Marysville. At a previous meeting city council members raised the idea that the city should give up ownership of the building and end the city’s responsibility for the building. According to Wayne Kruse, director of the Marshall County ...

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Graduation Announcements

High School Commencement Ceremonies will be held at 5 area schools this weekend.  Frankfort’s Graduating class of 18 will make their final walk as Wildcats at 1:30 pm Saturday in the High Scholl Gym, while the Diller-Odell graduation will be at 2 pm on Saturday with a class of 15 in their gym.  Also at 2 on Saturday, 23 seniors from Valley Heights will graduate at ...

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Never Too Old to Play

  Never Too Old to Play      Recognize older Kansans this month during Older Americans Month. May is a celebration of the important role older men and women play in our society each day. Thank the volunteers in your church and organizations who are older Americans. They are a tremendous asset to the growth and well-being of our communities and ...

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Marshall County Economic Development Office Announces Home Program

MARSHALL COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICE George McCune, Director 1201 Broadway, Suite 3 P. O. Box 391 Marysville, KS  66508 785/562-9820 [email protected] www.MarshallCo.net   Doug McKinney, Executive Director, and Carol Torkelson, Housing Director, with the North Central Regional Planning Commission met with the County Commissioners Monday morning to outline some of the details of the HOME Program. Very briefly here they ...

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Volunteers 55+ Are Meeting Critical Needs; Represent Powerful Resource for Communities

Senior Corps Week – May 7-11 – honors Senior Corps volunteers for “Making A Difference for Generations” and encourages more communities to harness the talent and skill of Americans 55+     The Corporation for National and Community Service is joining with organizations across the country to honor the powerful impact of Senior Corps volunteers and encourage more Americans 55+ ...

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One Confirmed Case of Lyme Disease

A confirmed report of Lyme disease has been reported in the listening area.  Lyme disease is a deer tick borne disease.  The bite of a deer tick can transmit the disease into the body.  According to the National Center for Disease Control the initial indicator of the disease is a large bruise in the area of the bite.  This is ...

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SEN. MORAN TO HOST CONFERENCE CALL FRIDAY

Will Discuss Rural Post Office Announcement   FRIDAY, May 11 at 9:30am CST     What:              U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) will host a conference call with radio reporters TOMORROW, Friday, May 11, 2012 at 9:30am CST. During the call, Sen. Moran will discuss the U.S. Postal Service’s (USPS) announcement yesterday that it will not close any of the ...

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Post Offices Will Stay Open

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) today announced it will not close any of the 134 post offices in Kansas that were being considered for closure or consolidation, nor will it close the more than 3,600 post offices nationwide that were included in USPS’ Expanded Access study. U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), a member of the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and ...

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Nemaha County Commissioners’ Minutes

    UNOFFICIAL MINUTES — These minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board of Commissioners at their next meeting.   May 7, 2012 Unofficial   The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, May 7, 2012 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Mark Wessel ...

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