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Seneca City Administrator Resigns

Seneca City Administrator Tami Haverkamp has submitted her letter of resignation effective November 30th.  She has accepted a part time job as Executive Director of the Nemaha County STEP Foundation.  Haverkamp says it has become hard to juggle her schedule with a young family and her duties as City Administrator.  She began her job as City Administrator in March 2008.

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Two vehicle accident near Wymore sends 3 to hospital

The Gage County Sheriff’s Office worked a 2 vehicle accident last Thursday night shortly after 10 p.m.  It happened on Highway 77 and Walnut Street near Blue Springs.  Lisa Wickwire of Beatrice, age 24, was southbound on 77 when her vehicle crossed the center line and struck a trailer that was being towed behind a Chevy Tahoe that was driven …

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Blue Valley Re-Structuring

Blue Valley Tele-Communications, Inc. (BVTC) hosted a meeting on Thursday, July 19th for concerned patrons and employees. This followed an announcement earlier in the week that the company was looking at reorganizing internal departments and staff.  Patrons and employees were allowed to ask questions of the management team and Board of Directors during this meeting.   A restructuring proposal has …

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The Entire State of Kansas Declared Drought Emergency

Kansas Seeks to Halt Releases from 3 Reservoirs   Brownback says he has allowed pumping from all of the state’s fishing lakes to water livestock. Kansas has now declared all 105 counties in a drought emergency, with crop losses projected at $1.5 billion.   This status triggers the Kansas Water Office and Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism to …

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Curtains Opens Thursday

Volunteers Spend Summer Preparing for Annual Musical In the summer of 1983 the Marysville Area Community Theatre presented their first musical, Oklahoma; the tradition has continued for thirty seasons. This summer members of the community theatre are spending long hours rehearsing and preparing for their annual musical, Curtains.  The musical whodunit was written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, the same writing …

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Fire Destroys Baler, Buildings and Hay Field.

  The Washington, Hanover, Steele City, Diller and Hollenberg fire departments were called out to a fire north of Washington, not far from the Nebraska border. According to Jerry Aldridge, Washington Rural Fire Chief a baler caught fire and started a field on fire.  The fire spread to an abandoned farm and destroyed several small buildings.  Aldridge said they remained …

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Nurse Practitioner Joins Staff at Marysville Clinic

Marysville, KS – Linda Bott, APRN-C (Advanced Practice Registered Nurse-Certified) will join the medical staff at Marysville Clinic, effective August 6, 2012. Bott joins Drs. Joe Hawkins, MD, and Jacqueline Woodrum, DO, in providing care for patients of all ages. Marysville Clinic is owned and operated by Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH). Bott graduated from Linn High School. She received her …

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Nemaha County Board Meeting Minutes

    UNOFFICIAL MINUTES — These minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board of Commissioners at their next meeting.   July 23, 2012 Unofficial   The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, July 23, 2012 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Mark Wessel …

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City of Marysville Pursues $4.2 Million Pool and Sales Tax Increase

Marysville City Council voted to move forward with plans for a new city pool.  During their meeting on Monday the Council decided to move forward with the placing of a question on the fall ballot asking Marysville citizens to approve a sales tax increase to pay for a 4.2 million dollar pool.  According to City Clerk Debbie Price 4.2 million …

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Only Two Counties Not Declared Disaster Areas

Washington and Marshall County are the only two counties in the state that have not been declared disaster areas by the Governor.  Both counties have received rain in the last six weeks, but according to farmers the rain was not wide spread.    Gene Ottens, a farmer visiting from Illinois said it that Marshall County had a lot more green …

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