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Nemaha County Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes

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The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, January 24, 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 »

Summerfield Boil Water Advisory Still in Effect

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued a boil water advisory for the city of Summerfield in Marshall County. The city has experienced a water main break that has caused the water system to lose pressure. When such a loss of pressure occurs, it is possible for contaminants to enter the system. Also, chlorine residuals may drop to ... Read More »

Summerfield Under Boil Water Order!

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KDHE recommend the following for residents of the district: Boil water for one minute prior to drinking or food preparation, or use bottled water.   Use only boiled water for drinking, diluting fruit juices, and all other food preparation.   Dispose of ice cubes and do not use ice from a household automatic icemaker.   Remake ice cubes with water ... Read More »

Summerfield Currently Without Water

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A water main burst in the City of Summerfield.  According to Kent Dierking the water supply for the entire city is shut off.  They are currently preparing to gain access to the main.  Dierking said there is currently no way of knowing how long the water will be shut off.  The extent of the damage is not yet known. Read More »

RSVP Offers Free Tax Help

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During the 2009 Tax Season, over 600 taxpayers in Northeast Kansas had their federal and state income tax forms prepared free of charge by RSVP’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.  This enabled the elderly and low income persons and families to receive $450,228.00 in refunds. RSVP of Northeast Kansas is again sponsoring the VITA program, as well as the ... Read More »

Attorney General Schmidt warns consumers about new scam

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  TOPEKA  – (January 25, 2011) – Kansas consumers should be on the alert for a possible new scam, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt warned today. The attorney general’s office has received numerous calls from Kansans across the state who have been contacted by an organization calling itself National Credit Solutions and purporting to be a debt collection agency.  Most ... Read More »

Brittany Griswold Homecoming Queen Candidate at Cloud County

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(CONCORDIA, KS) — The Cloud County Community College basketball teams will take on Hutchinson Community College Saturday evening, Jan. 29 in the Winter Homecoming games at the Concordia campus. Carleen Nordell, CCCC Student Senate sponsor, announced the homecoming candidates this week. The crowning ceremony will take place at approximately 7:45 p.m. in between the women’s and men’s basketball games. Queen ... Read More »

Knowledge at Noon: Home Energy Update

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“Home Energy Update” This program will be presented by David Carter from Kansas State University, Industrial Pollution Prevention on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at the Marysville City Building.  David will be sharing tips on ways to make your home more energy efficient for little to no cost.  Come find out what tips might work for you so you have some ... Read More »

SOYBEAN PROFITABILITY SCHOOL TO BE HELD

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Soybeans are the most profitable crop in our area and in the United States. The value of soybeans have increased in the last several years, so have the expenses and production challenges in growing soybeans. Every bushel counts to a soybean producers bottomline. To help soybean producers remain profitable, the Marshall County Extension Service will hold a Soybean Profitability School ... Read More »