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Wymore Man Pleads No Contest to Felony Child Abuse

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44-year-old John Hintz of Wymore plead no contest Thursday morning in Gage County District Court to a charge of felony child abuse. Court documents say that in March the Gage County Sheriff’s Office received a report from the Department of Health and Human Services in regards to a 7-year-old child under the adopted care of Hintz. The report claimed Hintz ... Read More »

Road Projects Announced

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Kansas Department of Roads announced the latest round of projects scheduled for 2012 to 2014. Marshall County projects include: • K110 beginning at the Junction with US 36 North to the Axtell City Limits. • US 36 from the Washington/Marshall County Line to the 4 lane divide. • US 36 beginning at the K87 junction and east to the Nemaha/Marshall ... Read More »

Pony Express Riders Commemorate 150th

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Monday, The Kansas Division of the National Pony Express Association will relay a special mailbag from the Kansas Territorial Capitol in Lecompton to the state Capitol in Topeka. The delivery will take place on horseback to mark the 150th anniversary of the end of the Pony Express and the 150th birthday of Kansas. Both were started in 1861. 13 Kansas ... Read More »

Beatrice Woman Arrested for Child Abuse

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Tieghsia L. Udell, age 21 of Beatrice was arrested early Wednesday morning for child abuse. Police were called to 1008 N. 26th at about 2:00 a.m. to investigate a 2-year-old child in the parking lot alone. Residents of the apartment complex found the child in the parking lot after they heard him calling for his mother. The neighbors attempted to ... Read More »

Field Fire Southeast of Beatrice

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Dry conditions contributed to a fire southeast of Beatrice near 10th and Lilac Roads on Wednesday afternoon. The fire was caused by a combine’s overheated manifold. A strong wind from the south pushed the fire toward the Big Blue River. The area burned contained corn, beans and alfalfa. Firemen created a staging area on fire’s western flank on South 10th ... Read More »

Diller-Odell Celebrates Homecoming

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Diller-Odell schools will celebrate homecoming on Friday. The Post Prom Committee will hold a tailgate at 6 p.m. followed by the football game versus Johnson Brock at 7 p.m. Royalty candidates are all members of the senior class. Read More »

Southern Holds Annual Tailgater

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Southern Wymore will hold their 7th Annual Chili Tailgater from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Arbor State Park in Wymore. Football player’s parents will be recognized during the game with Wilber-Clatonia Read More »

Marshall County Choir Begins Practices

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The Marshall County Community Choir’s Christmas concert rehearsals begin Sunday, October 16. The choir rehearses at the Memorial Presbyterian Church, Marysville, for ninety minutes each week. Rehearsal starts at 2:00 p.m. This holiday season the choir will give two concerts: one in Marysville and one in Waterville. The choir’s first performance will be Saturday, December 3, at 6:30 p.m. at ... Read More »

Baynton Arraignment Postponed

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The arraignment for Amanda ” Marina” Baynton a Marysville woman charged in the shooting death of her husband was postponed Tuesday to November 8th. She was charged last month in Marshall County District Court with an amended charge of first-degree murder in the June 8th shooting death of her husband, Derek, at the couple‘s home. Baynton remains in the Marshall ... Read More »

Dry Weather Poses Fire Problems

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The dry weather conditions were a factor in a field fire three miles north of Barneston on Tuesday. The cause of the fire is unknown but a member of the fire department said the grass was dry enough a cigarette could have started the fire. Barneston, Wymore and Blue Springs fire departments worked for approximately two hours to extinquish the ... Read More »