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Partnership Attempting to Keep SRS Office in Marysville

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The Marshall County Partnership for Growth is asking the public to help pay the rent, utilities and supplies for the SRS office in Marysville. George McCune, Marshall County Economic Development Director has sent an email asking for financial support to keep an office located in Marysville. The Partnership is attempting to raise $10,000 in the next 24 hours. The effort to ... Read More »

Two Juvenilles Arrested After Pursuit in Beatrice

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At approximately 4 a.m. on Wednesday, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office recovered a vehicle at S 43rd Road and E Locust Road that had been stolen from Beatrice. Robert Seitz approached deputies and reported that his red 2004 Honda Recon ATV had just been stolen from his residence. A short time later Beatrice Police Department located the ATV. After a ... Read More »

Fairbury Police Searching for Eleven Stolen Firearms

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The Fairbury Police Department is investigating the theft of 11 firearms from a Fairbury business early Sunday morning. According to a press release from Fairbury Police Chief Chad Sprunk, officers discovered a broken window at the Bruce Swartz Agency Inc. in the 500 block of Fifth Street at about 3:50 a.m. on Sunday. An inventory of the business revealed eight ... Read More »

Stolen Car Found in Lake

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At approximately 4 a.m. on Wednesday, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office recovered a vehicle at S 43rd Road and E Locust Road that had been stolen from Beatrice. Robert Seitz approached deputies and reported that his red 2004 Honda Recon ATV had just been stolen from his residence. A short time later Beatrice Police Department located the ATV. After a ... Read More »

Drought Could Mean More Wheat Planted

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As Kansas farmers begin preparing their fields to plant winter wheat, the question being tossed around by the Ag experts is, how much more wheat will be planted because of the ongoing dry spell? Industry experts are predicting a significant rise in the number of wheat acres because of the dramatic failure of spring-planted crops. The next hurdle for all ... Read More »

Railbed Project Bid Approved

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A bid of $764,426 was accepted for the Marysville railbed project. Goodwin/Thime Construction of Sabetha submitted the lowest of 4 bids. The bid must now be approved by the Kansas Department of Transportation. Marysville will receive $300,000 from KDOT for the project. According to Debbie Price, Marysville City Clerk, the remainder of the cost will most likely come from sales ... Read More »

SRS Topic Discussed at Marysville City Council Meeting

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In related news, during the round table discussion at the Marysville City Council Meeting on Monday a question was asked about the effort to keep the Marysville SRS Service Center open. County commissioner Bob Connell, who was in the audience, spoke in response to a question. According to Connell SRS had not approached the county commissioners. He said Marysville Mayor ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners Refuse to Help Fund SRS

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During their meeting Monday, Marshall County Commissioners decided not to participate in an agreement with the Partnership for growth and the City of Marysville to fund the Marysville SRS Service Center for two years. During that time SRS would make a good-faith effort to secure other funding. The County Commissioners were presented with a plan by Marysville City Mayor Bill ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners Deny SRS Office Funding

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September 12, 2011 The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Robert S. Connell member; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ... Read More »