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New Washington County Hospital Still Possible

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The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, August 8, 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. Doyle McKimmy, CEO, and Ted Lillie, Hospital Board President, stopped ... Read More »

Construction Begins On New US-77 Bridge Over Big Blue River in Blue Rapids

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On Tuesday, August 9, a bridge replacement project began on US-77 over the Big Blue River located one-half mile east of the city of Blue Rapids in Marshall County. The new bridge and realigned US-77 roadway will be built just east of the existing bridge and highway, along with a portion of K-9 that will be realigned to tie into ... Read More »

Holton Soldier’s Funeral Scheduled

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The 19-year-old Holton soldier Pfc. Cody G. Baker, who was killed last week while serving in the Army in Afghanistan, will be buried Saturday with full military honors in his hometown cemetery. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Evangel United Methodist Church in Holton, Burial will follow in Holton Cemetery. The Pentagon said Baker and Pfc. Gil I. ... Read More »

Three Area Army Reservists Killed in Helicopter Crash

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Three Army reservists based in northeast Kansas are among the victims of a helicopter crash in Afghanistan that killed 30 American troops, seven Afghan soldiers and an Afghan interpreter. 23-year-old Spc. Alexander Bennett, a flight engineer/door gunner from Overland Park, Kan., 31-year-old Chief Warrant Officer 2 Bryan Nichols, a pilot from Kansas City, Missouri, and a third soldier from the ... Read More »

Kansas Agriculture Service Downgrades Crop Conditions

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In its weekly updated, Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reported Monday that about 41 percent of the corn crop is in poor to very poor condition. About 26 percent was rated fair, with 27 percent in good condition and just 6 percent in excellent shape. Soybean condition declined slightly over the week, with 41 percent of the crop now in poor ... Read More »

GED Classes to Begin August 22nd

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GED classes will begin August 22nd at the Lincoln Center in Marysville. The classes will start at 5:30 and the first class will act as the orientation class. Read More »

Barnes Hanover Linn School Board Minutes

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UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 223 BARNES-HANOVER-LINN Regular Board Meeting, August 8, 2011 7:00 P.M. District Office, Barnes, Kansas These Minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board PRESENT: Sara Beikman Daryl Bott Dianna Gugenhan Jim Kruse Larry Nicholson Steve Ohlde Marge Schlabach ADMINISTRATION: Rick Simoncic, Superintendent, Mike Savage, Linn Principal, Larry Geist, Hanover Principal CLERK: Becky Bruna, Clerk PATRONS: Donna Kruse, ... Read More »

Marysville City Pool Will Remain Open til August 31st

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The Marysville City pool will close on August 31st. The pool manager informed the Marysville City Council on Monday that the pool will change the hours of operation when school starts which is scheduled for August 18th. The hours will then be 4 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and the pool will also be open on Saturdays. The council ... Read More »

Morrowville Fire Responds to a Semi on Fire

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Washington County Sheriff’s Report On 080111 Tana Holle, Greenleaf was arrested by Riley County PD on a Washington County warrant for Probation Violation. Holle is currently being held at Marshall County Jail. On 080111 in Dollar General Parking lot, in Washington, Michele Mintzmyer, Washington driving a 1999 Dodge backed from parking stall and struck a 1994 Dodge driven by Melvin ... Read More »

Beatrice Police Searching For Robbery Suspect

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Reported by the Beatrice Daily Sun: The Beatrice Police Department is investigating an attempted armed robbery outside Beatrice Family Chiropractic Monday night. Lieutenant Mike Oliver said an individual wearing a fedora-style hat was waiting on a retaining wall shortly after 6 p.m. for a worker to exit the building at 2526 E. Court St. When the worker approached her car, ... Read More »