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Copper Thieves May Be Stealing Camper Cords

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Beatrice Police have received more than 20 theft reports involving the theft of power cords from campers. Two similar thefts have been reported in Marysville. According to Beatrice Police Captain Geral Lamkin the cords are a heavy duty extension cord worth up to 150 dollars. They cords generally have a lot more copper than normal extension cords, making them targets for ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 051811 at 1561 Rainbow Road, Leonard Meier, Hanover driving a 2005 Freightliner truck, turned and struck a 2000 Pontiac owned by Donald Long, Linn. Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported. On 052311 an officer was dispatched to 2751 Barnes Avenue for the report of Criminal Damage to property. Investigation is pending. On 052311 a report ... Read More »

Three Injured in Rollover Accident

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Two Seneca teenagers were injured in a one vehicle accident on Saturday. Karla Henry and Kaylee Bontrager, both age 16, of Seneca were injured when the car they were riding in swerved to miss another vehicle, entered a ditch and rolled over. The driver, Dylan Parks, age 17, of Holton was also injured. Parks was driving westbound on 168th road. ... Read More »

Attempted Murder Trial to Begin Tuesday

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A Topeka man charged with the attempted murder of Marshall County Deputy Fernando Salcedo will be brought to trial beginning at 9 A.M. on Tuesday. Stephen Macomber will face trial on nine charges in connection to the shooting of Deputy Salcedo and incidents related to the shooting. A separate trial is being held in regards to an alleged kidnapping and ... Read More »

Marysville School Board Renews All Head Coaching Contracts

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The Marysville School District Board of Education met on Thursday. The board confirmed extra duty assignments for 2011-2012 School Year coaching and extracurricular assignments. The contracts with all of the 2010-2011 head coaches were renewed by the board. Read More »

Community Memorial Healthcare Selects Three New Board Members

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Community Memorial Healthcare held its annual meeting on April 27th. Three new board members were elected – Amos Alstrom and Trent Moser of Marysville, and Delores Stump of Blue Rapids. Ed Henry of Waterville was elected to a second term. The New Community Memorial Hospital will hold a grand opening on Sunday, June 26 from 2 to 5 P.M. Read More »

Marysville City Dump to be Closed June 7th and 8th

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The Marysville City Dump and surrounding roads will be closed on June 7th and 8th. Local Law Enforcement officers will be completing firearms training during that time. Officers are mandated by the state of Kansas to complete a state-mandated course. Read More »

Wheat Plot Tours Scheduled

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Marshall County will have two wheat plots for wheat producers to tour. The first tour will be the Marshall County Wheat Plot Tour, which will be held on Wednesday, June 8. The tour will begin at 6:00 P.M. at the Richard Holthaus Farm, located a little over 1 mile north of Axtell on 30th Road. There will be 13 wheat ... Read More »

Marysville Announces Memorial Day Programs

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Memorial Day programs will begin with Services at the Spring Creek Bridge, south edge of Marysville, will be at 8 a.m. Decorating of the water will be by the Boy and Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts and Brownies with flags and flowers. The service will conclude with the flag salute and taps. Scouting organizations of Marysville will decorate graves at 9 ... Read More »

Area Health Care Survey Scheduled for Marshall County

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Marshall County Rural Health Works Steering Committee is notifying area residents that callers from Fort Hays State University Docking Institute will conduct an area health telephone survey beginning on June 6. The survey will ask questions regarding residents’ experiences with the local health care system and identify health care needs that may exist in the Marshall County Area. Survey respondents ... Read More »