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KNDY AM 1570 off the Air

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KNDY AM1570 is currently not on the air for maintenance reasons.  We hope to have the project completed by Tuesday afternoon.  Stay tuned to KNDY FM 95.5 for the latest news weather and sports.  You can also visit our website KNDYradio.com or find us on Face book by searching for KNDY radio.  There you will find our latest news weather ... Read More »

Emergency Meeting Called to Spend 1.9 Million Dollars

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The Board of Education of Unified School District No. 364, Marysville Public School, Marysville, Kansas, will be held at the Board of Education Central Office in Marysville, Kansas, at 5:00 p.m., on December 21, 2010.  The board will be voting to authorize a base lease agreement and related documents for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and installing energy conservation measures in certain ... Read More »

Marysville Man Involved in Injury Accident

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A three-vehicle accident at the junction of U.S. 75 and K-9 Highways in northern Jackson County may have injured a Marysville man to the hospital Friday afternoon.  The accident sent a total of three people to the hospital. The Kansas Highway Patrol says 59-year-old Michael Palmer of Marysville was traveling north on U.S. 75 when his pickup struck the rear ... Read More »

“Blood Red” Moon may Appear Tonight

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Weather permitting, sky gazers in northern America and Europe are in for a treat in the early morning hours of Tuesday, when the first total lunar eclipse in almost three years is poised to turn the Moon pink, coppery or even a blood red. Coinciding eerily with the northern hemisphere’s mid-winter solstice, the eclipse will happen because the Sun, the ... Read More »

Time is Running Out to Change Medicare Plan

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Time is ticking to review your Medicare Part D Plan for 2011 and make any changes. The end of Medicare prescription drug annual open enrollment is fast approaching. If you want to change your Medicare drug plan or Medicare advantage health plan, do it by December 31, 2010.       Extension agents and counselors have been extremely busy helping individuals with ... Read More »

KNDY AM 1570 Temporarily Off the Air

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KNDY AM1570 is currently not on the air for maintenance reasons.  We hope to have the project completed by Tuesday afternoon.  Stay tuned to KNDY FM 95.5 for the latest news weather and sports.  You can also visit our website Kndyradio.com or find us on Face book by searching for KNDY radio.  There you will find our latest news weather ... Read More »

Man who attempted to make police shoot him found insane

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The case against Barry Vilda has been dismissed from Gage County District Court and he will instead be committed to a mental health facility. Vilda, 46, of Beatrice, was arrested on Nov. 6, 2009 after breaking through the front door of the Gage County Sheriff’s Office with a pry bar. He then had a stand off with deputies as he ... Read More »

$2,500 in Tools Donated to Nemaha Valley Schools

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Prime Source Building Products of Kansas City offered a donation of several power tools for the Industrial Arts program in Seneca.  The Nemaha Valley School Board accepted the donation valued at over $2,500.  According to Nemaha Valley Teacher Bruce Stanley the tools will be used in the construction of several small buildings.  A local couple has agreed to purchase the ... Read More »

Unemployment Rises!

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Unemployment rose during the month November in all but one Kansas County.  Kansas Department of Labor released the unemployment figures Friday.  Atchison County was the only county to see a decrease from 8.3 percent down to 8.0 percent. Marshall County unemployment was 4.8 percent up from 4.4 percent in October, Washington County increased from 3.8 percent in October to 4.2 ... Read More »

Kansas Attorney General Elect Will Watch Federal EPA Regulations

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Kansas Attorney General-elect Derek Schmidt announced this week that his office will keep an eye on any environmental regulations coming from the federal government that might exceed federal authority. The Republican Schmidt takes office next month. He said, “I think we’re in a period of time here where it’s going to be important for states’ legal representatives to keep an ... Read More »