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Washington County Sheriff Reports 2 Structure Fires

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On Monday August 15th the Washington Fire Department was dispatched to 1818 North D Street for a garage fire.  The garage belonged to Gary Owens.  Fire Chief Jerry Aldredge reports that the fire was most likely started by a lightning strike.  The garage and attached workshop were a total loss. On Monday August 22nd the Greenleaf, Hanover & Washington Fire Departments were dispatched to 2313 ... Read More »

Community Memorial Healthcare Opens Frankfort Clinic

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Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) will open a medical clinic in Frankfort, KS on Friday, September 2, 2011. This is the first clinic that the hospital has operated in the Frankfort community. Opening the new clinic will give CMH patients greater access to quality health care, and provide care for patients of all ages. The clinic will be ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners Continue Budget Discussion

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The Board conducted a 2012 Budget Workshop for the County budget. County Clerk Sonya L. Stohs presented a revised budget that she had reduced the proposed mill levy to 51.598 mills with expenditures of $9,537,415 which includes the $50.00 a month raise for employees that the Board requested last week. Charles R. Loiseau moved, seconded by Thomas K. Holle to ... Read More »

Beatrice Becomes Focus of Manhunt

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The U.S. Marshall Service, Gage County and Marshall County Authorities are continuing to look for Kyle D. Joekel age 27 of Nebraska. Joekel is wanted by Marshall and Gage County Law Enforcement Officials for various charges.  Most of the charges are related to an incident that occurred on Sunday evening. According to law enforcement reports Joekel was at a bar ... Read More »

KLA Field Day Tuesday Afternoon

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A field day, including a discussion on how to improve cow-calf production will take place Tuesday at Pannbacker Farm near Washington. This is the second of three field days provided by the Kansas Livestock Association this year. The field day will begin at 3:30 and end at 7 p.m. with a free beef dinner. For more information contact kla.org or ... Read More »

Authorities Urge Caution Regarding Meat Stolen from Beattie Locker

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TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Agriculture is asking consumers in Northeast Kansas to be cautious after meat was stolen from a custom meat locker in Beattie, Kan. Approximately 250 pounds of ground beef, 100 to 150 pounds of bacon, three custom hogs, a quarter of beef, several hundred dollars worth of beef jerky, 20 to 25 pounds of an ... Read More »

Three Injured In Two Vehicle Accident in Gage County

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This is a copy of the official report released by the Gage County Sheriff’s Office. On August 19th, 2011 at approximately 1545 hours, Gage County Communications advised of a two vehicle injury accident that occurred at Southwest 142nd and Aspen Roads. Upon arrival, the deputy found 24 year old Stephanie Meinke of Clatonia and her son, Daniel, 3 years of ... Read More »

Manhunt Continues Near Oketo

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As of 11:30 a.m. Marshall County Authorities are continuing to look for Kyle D. Joekel age 27 of Nebraska. At approximately 8 p.m. on Sunday the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department was informed that Joekel had just left a bar in Barneston, Nebraska and may be headed toward Summerfield, Kansas. The report said that Joekel made statements about killing police officers ... Read More »

Injury Accident Occurred East of Marysville

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An injury accident took place east of Marysville over the weekend.  Due to the current manhunt taking place in Marshall County additional information is not available.  We will report the details as soon as they become available. Read More »

Storms Do Little Damage in KNDY Listening Area

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Storms with winds up to 70 mph swept through the KNDY listening area overnight on Thursday leaving many smaller branches on the ground but power remained on for the vast majority of the area. As of 10 a.m. Friday only two Marshall County residents remained without power and Washington County reported no power outages. The Topeka are was among the ... Read More »