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Washington Man Sentenced To 64 Months In Prison


Jim Bugbee, 42, of Washington was sentenced Friday in Washington County District Court to a maximum allowable sentence of 64 months in prison in connection with charges of sexual exploitation of a child, and commercial sexual exploitation of a child, while serving as a youth minister at a local Christian Church. He was arrested in November, and remains in custody. ...

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Public Meeting Regarding Preliminary Floodplain Map Tuesday


The Kansas Department of Agriculture and Federal Emergency Management officials will host a public open house Tuesday afternoon, March 10 from 3-7 p.m. at Marysville City Hall. Officials will answer questions for residents on an individual basis that may be affected by the preliminary floodplain map, which is available now on the KDA website and FEMA Map Service Center. The ...

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Ricky Hu Wins Runner-Up At Kansas State Spelling Bee


Ricky Hu, a 7th grader at Marysville Jr High School, was runner up for a second consecutive year Saturday in the Kansas State Spelling Bee, held in Topeka. Ricky Hu has won the Marshall County competition the past three years.

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MHS Student Madeline Moore Recognized With John R. Cyr Rural Voices Award


BELOIT, KS — Marysville High School student Madeline Moore is one of two high school seniors in North Central Kansas to be recognized with the John R. Cyr Rural Voices Award for submitting a top entry in the 2014-2015 Rural Voices Youth Contest sponsored by the North Central Regional Planning Commission (NCRPC), Beloit, Kansas. Moore was awarded first place and ...

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Frankfort & Marysville Student Artists Works On Display In Marysville


A competitive show of work by art students from Frankfort and Marysville high school is the current exhibit at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art. The show was hung by students and their teachers, Joni Steffes of Frankfort and April Spicer of Marysville. An award reception was held Sunday, March 8th, at the Center. Frankfort students exhibiting work are: ...

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Student Art Exhibit & Reception Sunday In Marysville


March is competitive Honors and Senior Art Work by high school students from Marysville and Frankfort at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art. Two cash scholarships will be awarded to a student from each school. Join us on Sunday, March 8th for the opening reception for the students from 1-4 p.m. While you are there (Sunday only), vote for ...

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Marshall County Partnership For Growth Information


Tune to KNDY this weekend for Public Affairs, where Wayne Kruse visits with Angie Armstrong about Marshall County Partnership for Growth. You can hear her interview on Saturday at 7:10 a.m. and Sunday at 12:10 p.m. If you want more information about the Marshall County Partnership for Growth please contact: Angie Armstrong, 785-799-3311 Rob Peschel, 785-562-2052 Stacey Whiting, 785-556-9117

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Marysville Community Foundation Jump Starts Fundraising Efforts


The Marysville Community Foundation jump started fundraising and awareness efforts, hosting a Chamber of Commerce Mixer Wednesday evening. Recently established, the foundation goal is to support programs and projects that enhance the quality of life for Marysville residents today, and into the future. Contributions will be invested through the Manhattan Community Foundation, which will serve as investment manager, and earnings ...

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Washington City-Wide Cleanup Day Scheduled For April 23rd


The Washington City-Wide Cleanup Day is scheduled for April 23rd. City crews will make one pickup, starting at the south end of town and working their way north. Residents in need of special arrangements must call City Hall at 785-325-2284 prior to April 22nd at noon so arrangements can be made. City crews will pick up April 23rd only. Items ...

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Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes – March 2nd

Marshall County Kansas

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular session with Robert S. Connell, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Charles R. Loiseau members and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented upon a motion by ...

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