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Seneca man injuried in rollover accident

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A 20-year-old Seneca man was seriously injured when he was ejected from his pick-up truck in a one-vehicle accident just after 1 a.m. Sunday on a Pottawatomie County road. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported Jonathan M. Dawson was traveling north on Onaga Rd., about five and a half miles north of Onaga.  Dawson failed to negotiate a curve, his truck ... Read More »

Beatrice woman injured in rollover accident

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On Tuesday, a single vehicle rollover accident with a person trapped was reported on Oak Road. 36 year old Debbie Milligan of Beatrice was found trapped inside of the vehicle.  Her vehicle rolled one and a half times before arriving at final rest in the south ditch partially in a corn field.  Milligan was extricated and transported to Beatrice Community ... Read More »

Grand Jury clears Gage County Corrections

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A Gage County Grand Jury ruled Friday that former jail inmate Cecil Creek died from natural causes. In July 73-year-old Creek was found unresponsive in his cell, was taken to Beatrice Community Hospital and pronounced dead. Nebraska State law requires a grand jury be convened whenever someone dies while in custody. The proceeding is closed to the public. Gage County ... Read More »

The 8-Wonders of Kansas People Contest Winners

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The Kansas Sampler Foundation in Inman announced the winners of the 8-Wonders of Kansas People contest Yesterday afternoon. The list includes Amelia Earhart, the Buffalo Soldiers, Carry Nation, Father Emil Kapaun, James Naismith, Martin and Osa Johnson, William Allen White and the only entry from North Central Kansas – George Washington Carver. The famous agri-scientist and inventor was best known ... Read More »

Halloween Safety Tips

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Halloween is one of the most popular and one of the most dangerous holidays of the year. The actual Halloween this year is officially this coming Sunday but be prepared because some local civic organizations start their celebration of “All Hallows Night” tomorrow evening. Beloit Police Chief Ryan Stocker says there are some common sense things parents should do this ... Read More »

Disaster Assistance Loans Available from FSA

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Farmers and ranchers who suffered property loss last June because of severe storms, flooding and tornadoes are now eligible to make application to the Farm Service Agency for an Emergency Disaster Loan. Farmers and ranchers in Mitchell, Osborne, Barton, Lincoln, and Russell Counties who suffered losses during the time period between June 7th and June21st of this year are eligible. ... Read More »

Injury Accident – Gage County

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DATE: 10-26-10 @ 1445 Hours       LOCATION: South 1st   Road and Oak Road   OFFENSE:  Single vehicle rollover accident       CASE: 2010-5145                 On October 26, 2010 at approximately 1445 hours,  Gage County Communications advised of a single vehicle rollover accident.  The occupant of the vehicle was trapped inside the vehicle.  Upon arrival, rescue personnel and Sheriff’s deputies located 36 year old Debbie ... Read More »

Citizen’s call leads to arrests of 3 persons for possession of stolen property

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DATE:  10/24/2010 @ 1830 Hours              LOCATION: S. 66th & Hackberry Road OFFENSE:  Criminal Mischief / Possession of Stolen Property CASE:  2010-5120           On October 24th 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office received a report of numerous subjects tearing up a vehicle at S. 66th & Hackberry Road.  The reporting party advised that all of the subjects jumped into another car ... Read More »

Chase leads to arrest of Burglary suspects

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DATE:  10/23/2010  @ 0230 Hours           LOCATION: 7751 E. Osage Road OFFENSE:  Burglary CASE:  2010-5098           On Saturday October 23rd 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office received a call of a subject chasing a car from his property.  The subject believed his property had been burglarized.  At approximately 2:30 a.m., 45 year old Kenneth Stewart of Virginia advised that he observed ... Read More »

Marysville City Council notes – not complete minutes

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The area in and around city park was the topic of discussions at the Marysville City Council Meeting on Monday.  The council approved a 24,600 dollar expenditure to pay the engineering fees on the railbed rehabilitation from Highway 77 to Broadway Street. The Simmons management corporation and the council members discussed the fundraising efforts underway to renovate Simmon’s Auditorium.  SMC ... Read More »