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Marysville USD 364 Board Meeting Highlights – Sept. 9, 2015

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Approved August Minutes Approved Bills and Transfers Received Clerk’s Financial Report, Treasurer’s Report, Investment Securities Report, Budget Summary, Cash Balance Report, and Miscellaneous Reports. Approved Gifts: Motion carried 6-0. Received $300.00from Marysville Main Street to the Football Club. Received $2,300.00 for stadium seats to the Athletic/Activity Improvement Fund. Received $2,300 for stadium seats to the Bulldog Club. Received $4,725.00 for …

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Severe Weather Causes Damage; School Closure In Area

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The Linn community was hit hard by hail Thursday evening. Numerous reports of windows knocked out, and damage done by tennis ball size hail that pummeled the area with a  fast moving thunderstorm that rumbled through Washington County, traversing from west central, southeast toward the southeast corner of Washington County, which suffered the most damage. Gusty winds and heavy rain were also. Noted. Linn …

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Kansas State University Announces Internal Sanctions

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MANHATTAN — Following notification from the Big 12 Conference of potential violations of its sportsmanship and ethical conduct policies, Kansas State University has agreed to sanctions with the conference office. The potential violations occurred during the first home football game Sept. 5 against South Dakota with the band’s halftime depiction of a mascot from a team other than the day’s …

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Orchestra On The Oregon Trail Draws Over 1,500 To Alcove Spring

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A crowd of well over 1,500 braved triple-digit temperatures Sunday at Alcove Spring for the inaugural Orchestra on the Oregon Trail. Hosted by the Marshall County Arts Cooperative, an army of more than 200 volunteers greeted guests, with well over two third from outside Marshall County. Several musical acts went on stage, along with the Topeka Symphony Orchestra. The evenings highlight came toward the …

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Severe Weather Develops Across The Area Monday; Tornado Warnings Prompted

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Severe weather developed along and mostly just north of the state line Monday afternoon. Thunderstorms brought wind gusts topping 60 mph and hail to several locations as it developed in Jefferson County. A rope tornado was sighted near Steele City, and 2.75” hail was reported around Odell. As the storm tracked east, a debris cloud was reported by a trained spotter in the Bremen area. …

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Washington County Authorities Make Arrests

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Last Tuesday Avaro Ayala, of Linn, was arrested in Washington County for a criminal threat. He also has a felony warrant for possession with intent to deliver controlled substance, out of Milwaukee. Ayala is being held on $25,000 bond in the Washington County Jail. Last Wednesday authorities arrested Laurie Goodwin of Greenleaf for felony theft. Goodwin was released from the Washington County Jail on …

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Honor Flight To Take 11 Marshall Co. Veterans To Washington D.C.

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Eleven Marshall County veterans will leave Marysville on Tuesday afternoon bound for the Wichita airport, where they will join other Kansas veterans on an Honor Flight to Washington D.C. Nine served in World War II, and the remaining two were in the Korean Conflict. The two white passenger vans are to depart the Marysville American Legion at 1:15 p.m., and …

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