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Nemaha County Board Minutes.

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The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, July 5, 2011 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Tim Burdiek leading the flag salute. Present also were Commissioners Mark Wessel and Gary Scoby, Road and Bridge Supervisor Dennis Ronnebaum and Office Manager Janet Linden, and County ... Read More »

Legleiter Receives Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship

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Marysville, KS – Sarah Legleiter, a nursing student at Washburn University School of Nursing in Topeka, KS, is the recipient of the Henry W. Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship from Community Memorial Healthcare. Legleiter is a 2004 graduate of Marysville High School and is the daughter of Greg and Deb Price of Marysville, KS. She is married to Lee Legleiter. Legleiter will ... Read More »

KNDY Looking For Part Time Office/Traffic Manager

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KNDY is accepting applications for a part time position as office/traffic manager. Approximately 10 hours per week. Responsibilities would include order entry, log generation, coop advertising, and receivables management, plus general office practices. Audio production and transfer, telemarketing local businesses for ballgames and special events would also be included. Limited outside advertising sales opportunity also available for the right candidate. ... Read More »

Alert Officer Nabs Burglar

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A suspect is in custody in connection with an early-morning burglary and several attempted burglaries in Marysville on Wednesday, according to police. Marysville Chief of Police Todd Ackerman reported a Beattie area man was apprehended by Officer Tim Anderson outside of Dollar General after an alarm company reported an attempted break in. Anderson located the man at approximately 4 a.m. ... Read More »

Semi Blocks Highway

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Highway 15 South of Washington was closed this morning when a semi suffered a mechanical malfunction and blocked both lanes of traffic. Traffic was rerouted through the Bruna Implement Dealer. The highway was cleared and opened to traffic after just a short period of time. Read More »

Huelskamp Holds First Marysville Town Meeting

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About 50 area residents attended last Thursday’s meeting with Congressman Tim Huelskamp’s at the Marysville City Hall. It was Huelskamp’s first visit to Marshall County since he was elected in November. Huelskamp, a Republican serves on the House agriculture, budget, and veterans affairs committees. Read More »

Woman Stabbed by Her Own Request

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Two Beatrice men were arrested Tuesday after allegedly stabbing their friend. Jessalyn A. Stierwalt who told police she had been stabbed twice, once in the left shoulder and once on the left side of her abdomen. Stierwalt told police she was drinking at 1012 Parkside Lane with a coworker, Scott Roberson-Truman, 20, and another friend, Jerry L. Duke, 32. Stierwalt ... Read More »

Big Indian Lake Opens

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Big Indian Lake, south of Wymore, has reopened after five years and 1.1 million dollars in renovations were completed. Read More »

New Administrator Named for Hollenberg Pony Express Station

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The Hollenberg Pony Express Station announced that Jared Zenger of Haddam will be the new site administrator. Zenger is a Kansas State Graduate with a degree in park’s management. Zenger also operates a family ranch near Haddam and operates Hay Valley Outfitters. Read More »

Charges Still Not Filed in Marysville Pool Incident

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Marshall County Attorney Laura Johnson – McNish say charges should be filed this week on a person involved in an incident at the Marysville Swimming Pool last Friday. The incident involved a man acting strangely which led to Marysville Police removing the man from the pool property. Police then interviewed several children and forwarded information gathered to the Marshall County ... Read More »