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“Living Life Richer”

When the economy is uncertain, when a person has difficulty doing what he or she should do to stay healthy, and when relationships are trying, life is especially challenging. The KSU River Valley Extension Service is offering free public meetings on December 1 and 2 to help individuals cope with these uncertainties. The program will be offered on December 1 ... Read More »

13th Annual Giving Tree Project Begins

Blue Valley Tele-Communications’ 13th annual Giving Tree project is currently underway. Christmas (Giving) Trees have been distributed to local businesses in Marshall, Nemaha, Washington, and Pottawatomie Counties. Christmas cards designed by the Joy Club children of Frankfort United Methodist Church have placed on the trees for adoption. Wish lists are located inside the cards. Anyone wishing to spread the spirit ... Read More »

Input sought on Kansas freight/rail plan

The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is seeking input on the draft of the 2010 Statewide Freight and Passenger Rail Plan. The plan outlines efforts to provide a more efficient and cost-effective movement of people and goods to assist the state in future economic initiatives through rail transportation.       The plan also will: Establish the state’s role in the freight rail ... Read More »

Postal Service wishing for a “green” holiday

WASHINGTON — The Postal Service is the top choice for customers who want to go green and save green this holiday season. “We want customers to know they can trust their holiday cards and packages to USPS. We’re one of the greenest mailing and shipping companies in the world,” said Sam Pulcrano, vice president, Sustainability. “With more than a half ... Read More »

Better Business Bureau tips for earning extra Christmas money

Are you looking to make some extra cash for holidays, or needing just a little extra money to help make ends meets? The Better Business Bureau of Kansas Incorporated wants to warn consumers to be wise when researching these types of services: If you are asked to pay in advance for employment or to process a loan, please stop to ... Read More »

PRUNING TREES AND SHRUBS

 Pruning trees and shrubs is often an intimidating task, even for experienced gardeners. Most pruning and training techniques can be done by homeowners when they understand proper principles. Everyone with an interest in learning about pruning is encouraged to attend a program “Pruning Trees and Shrubs” that will be held in Clay Center on Tuesday, December 7, 4:00 p.m. at ... Read More »

Fifty Area Residents to Sing “Season of Wonders”

 The Marshall County Community Choir, under the direction of Maybelle Circle, will perform Joseph Martin’s Christmas cantata, “Season of Wonders: Celebrating the Miracle of Christmas.”  The choir will give two performances:  one on Saturday, December 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the Waterville Opera House and the other at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 5, at the Memorial Presbyterian Church, Marysville. ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s report

On 110910 in the 300 block of Eagle Road Jack Schwab, Clifton driving a 2000 Chrysler struck deer.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.  On 111110 in the 100 block of Highland Street Hanover Harold Huddleston, Hanover driving a 1986 GMC back down embankment and struck Apartment building at Highland Haven.  Huddleston was issued citations for ... Read More »

Two Washington County residents killed in one vehicle accident

Brothers from Greenleaf and Linn, Kansas have been identified as the victims of a double-fatality accident in Manhattan.  RCPD Lt. Herb Crosby indicates shortly after 3:30 a.m. officers responded to Highway 24, about a mile west of Manhattan for an overturned, one vehicle accident. The Kansas Highway patrol reports Kevin Stuenkel of Greenleaf was driving the 1990 Ford F-250 eastbound ... Read More »

Wymore Police investigating three home break-ins

Four theft cases are currently being investigated by the Wymore Police. According to Wymore Police Chief Bryan Davidson the target of the thefts was prescription medication.  According to Davidson oxycodone is one of the medications being targeted.  Davidson said the department has no suspects as of yet.  Davidson said that it is possible that more than one person is responsible ... Read More »