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Two Juvenilles Arrested for Thefts and Damages in Odell

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Early Sunday morning Gage County deputies responded to a burglary that occurred at 3506 W. Willow Road, Odell. The victim, Dennis Kostal, advised he heard the back door of his residence open and then observed two male subjects leaving his residence in a pink Geo Tracker. Kostal discovered a laptop computer and beer had been taken. Approximately 6 hours later ... Read More »

Steve Feight retains USD 224 Position 7.

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Washington County Clerk’s office verified that the USD 224 position 7 vote between Steve Feight and April Fahey remained tied, so a coin flip was done and Feight retained the position. Read More »

2011 Quality Beef Day Results

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51st ANNUAL QUALITY BEEF DAY RESULTS BREEDING BEEF COMMERCIAL (7) Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Hilary Johnson, Washington, KS Reserve Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Jenna Hennerberg, Washington, KS REGISTERED AOB (11) Champion Registered AOB Female 4-H/FFA, Kael Lange, Clifton, KS Reserve Champion Reg AOB Female 4-H/FFA, JW LeDoux, Agenda, KS SHORTHORN (1) Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Kobie Camerlinck, Leonardville, KS Reserve Champion 4-H/FFA Female, ... Read More »

Nemaha County Board of Commissioner’s Meeting Minutes

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The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, April 4, 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 »

Alash Throat Singers to perform at SCC-Beatrice, Lincoln High

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Alash, a Tuvan throat-singing ensemble, will be performing at Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus on April 18 and at Lincoln High School on April 19. Both performances are intended to be informal demonstrations, primarily for music students. The music departments at both schools are partnering to sponsor the events, which are free. “I’m happy that we’re able to provide such ... Read More »

How To Contact Your Kansas Congressman

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With the possibility of a government shutdown, we have been asked by our listeners to post some contact info so you can voice your concerns or opinions in a civil way to our elected officials. Senators: Jerry Moran | Website Washington: (202) 224-6521 Hays: (785) 628-6401 Pat Roberts | Website Washington: (202) 224-4774 Dodge City: (620) 227-2244 Representatives: Tim Huelskamp, 1st District – Website Washington: (202) ... Read More »

Marshall County Election Results

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Marysville voters elected a new mayor, and for a second time turned down a one percent city sales tax that would have funded a new swimming pool, tennis court improvements, and a new fire station. Bill Phillippi unseated incumbent mayor Bernie Krug.  Phillippi received 58% of the vote, Krug 28%, and tim Jones 12%. The sales tax was defeated by ... Read More »

Washington County Election Results

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In Washington County, just 23% of registered voters turned out, with most races for school boards and city positions largely uncontested. Kenneth Johnson and Dana CeCerle are tied with 67 votes for position three, USD 108 Washington County School Board.  Jill Hoover defeated Rob Baker for position seven with 62% of the ballots. Vic Wilson won Hanover Mayor, with 55% ... Read More »

Death Of Marysville Man Likely Caused By Fall From Train

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The body of a Marysville man found on Saturday in Lincoln likely died from falling from a train while it passed through downtown Lincoln. The Lincoln Journal-Star reports that 22-year-old Brandon Roth was staying at an area motel while building grain bins. According to Lincoln police Captain David Beggs, Roth was out with a group of people drinking, and decided ... Read More »