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Homecoming Kings and Queens

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Three area schools crowned homecoming kings and queens last Friday. Marysville King is Eddie Creek and the Queen is Maggie Schotte. Valley Heights crowned Marey Whitsen as King and Racheal Christie as Queen. Centralia King is Michael Glatzick and Queen Vanessa Burdiek Read More »

River Valley Extension District Medicare Part D Enrollment Workshop Coming Soon

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The River Valley Extension District is featuring a do it yourself Medicare Part D enrollment workshop Thursday, October 20 in Clay Center.  Hour long sessions begin at 6:30 and 7:30 pm at the 4-H Fair Conference Center.  Clay Center Extension office has details and registration information.  Any of the River Valley Extension Offices have a Medicare prescription drug worksheet available, ... Read More »

Medicare Part D enrollment period approaching

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AS THE MEDICARE PART D ENROLLMENT PERIOD APPROACHES BEGINNING IN OCTOBER, SENIOR CITIZENS MAY AGAIN HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING MEDICARE, THE PART D OPTION, AND RELATED BENEFITS. K STATE RESEARCH AND EXTENSION IS OFFERING A PROGRAM ENTITLED MEDICARE BASICS FOR BOOMERS AND BEYOND, IN JUNCTION CITY, MANHATTAN, AND MARYSVILLE OCTOBER 10-12. IF YOU ARE TURING 65 IN THE NEXT SIX MONTHS ... Read More »

Marysville Police On Lookout For Wal-Mart Theives

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Marysville Police are looking for two white men, believed to be in their twenties, and believed to have stolen four laptop computers and two 32 inch televisions from the Marysville Wal-Mart Wednesday morning around 1 a.m. Police think they are driving a late-model Chrysler Sebring four-door. There’s also a possibility that these two individuals are connected to a theft at ... Read More »

Board of Regents Budget Proposal

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Finances were front and center at last week’s Kansas Board of Regents meeting in Topeka. Specifically the Regents were studying budget proposals including one from the state’s 26-technical colleges and community colleges that provide technical education. Clark Coco – North Central Kansas Technical College President – said it would take $58-to-$60-million to adequately fund a new cost model for the ... Read More »

2 minors arrested in Gage County following pursuit. 3rd minor still at large.

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Two minors were arrested in Gage County Monday night following a chase that involved a stolen vehicle from Jefferson County and a third is still at large.  According to the Gage County Sheriff’s Department, deputies were called to Blue Springs  around 10 pm of a vehicle complaint.  Deputies soon found the vehicle headed north near South 36th and Locust Roads ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners Minutes 9/26/11

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September 26, 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,CountyClerkpresent.   The meeting was called to order at9:00 a.m.   The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners Minutes 9/26/11

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COMMISSION MINUTES, September 26, 2011 The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, September 26, 2011 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner; Roger Otott, 2nd District Commissioner, Chairman; Gene Helms, 3rd District Commissioner, Elizabeth Hiltgen, County Attorney and Lou Kern, County Clerk. Chairman Otott called the meeting ... Read More »

Unclaimed Property Return’s Tour in Seneca

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State Treasurer Ron Estes and staff members will be in Seneca on Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4:30 in the community room at the Seneca Public Library as part of the State Treasurer‘s ” Unclaimed Property Returns” tour. Anyone can visit the Library and have their name checked for free. In addition, the staff from the Treasurer’s Office will check ... Read More »

Farmers Waiting for Crops to Dry

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Area farmers are still waiting for corn to dry out. Lyle Brooks, Branch Manager for Beattie Co-op in Beattie reports that only a few corn and soybean deliveries have been made to the Co-op. Brooks said that farmers are waiting for crops to dry out before harvesting. He expects to see many farmers harvesting soybeans in the next few days. ... Read More »