Home | KNDY News (page 273)

KNDY News

Kansas Highway Patrol – Winter Driving Tips

kndy-news-default-300x150

Kansas Road Conditions Hotline:   Dial 511 Or visit www.kanRoad.org If outside of Kansas call:  1-866-511-KDOT Winter driving can be dangerous, especially for rusty drivers at the beginning of the season. After a long spring and summer, it is easy to forget how to drive on winter’s slick roads and in low visibility. Common sense says to monitor the weather, ... Read More »

PATROL PARTICIPATES IN SPECIAL THANKSGIVING TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT

kndy-news-default-300x150

  NEWS RELEASE – November 19, 2010 #2010-85 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CONTACT : Technical Trooper Tim McCool (785) 296-6800 The Kansas Highway Patrol, along with local law enforcement agencies throughout the state, will be participating in the Kansas Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign from Monday, November 22nd through Sunday, November 28th. This Special Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) is funded by the ... Read More »

USD 115 selects interim superintendent

kndy-news-default-300x150

The newly formed USD 115 interim board has selected Darrel Kohlman as acting superintendent for the new consolidated school district on Monday evening. Kohlman, is currently superintendent of the Nemaha Valley School District.  Kohlman was selected on a split vote along current district lines.  The four interim board members from the Nemaha Valley School district voted for Kohlman.  The three ... Read More »

Nebraska Infant Dies In Crib

kndy-news-default-300x150

DATE: 11/16/2010 @ 1042 Hours LOCATION: 302 2nd Street, Virginia OFFENSE: Infant Death CASE: 2010-5496 On November 16, 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office and Beatrice Rescue responded to Virginia, Nebraska in reference to an infant not breathing. Four month old Addyson L. Wilson was found unresponsive and not breathing in her crib at the residence by her mother, 19 ... Read More »

Moran to visit Marysville and Frankfort

kndy-news-default-300x150

Congressman Jerry Moran will visit Marshall County this Friday, November 19, 2010 during his annual Listening Tour. Moran is visiting communities in each of the 69 counties of the First Congressional District and will be in Frankfort on Friday to hear from local residents. Read More »

Complete Washington County Sheriff’s report

kndy-news-default-300x150

On 110810 on King Road just north of 3rd Road Traci Rothlisberger, Barnes driving a 2007 Ford struck deer.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.  On 110810 on All American Road just south of 22nd Road James Hadorn, Beatrice Nebraska driving a 1994 Dodge struck deer.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.  ... Read More »

Jerry Moran “Listening Tour” Coming To Frankfort Nov. 19

kndy-news-default-300x150

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Jerry Moran will visit Marshall County this Friday, November 19, 2010 during his annual Listening Tour. Moran is visiting communities in each of the 69 counties of the First Congressional District and will be in Frankfort on Friday to hear from local residents. Moran will meet with residents at First National Bank, located at 124 N. ... Read More »

Community Needs assessment needs the public’s help

kndy-news-default-300x150

The Northeast Kansas Community Action Program’s mission is to eliminate the root causes of poverty in Northeast Kansas Communities. NEK-CAP is currently conducting a Community Needs Assessment that will establish priorities for the organization’s strategic planning and allow the community to take an active role in improving the lives of friends and neighbors. A Community Needs Assessment has several phases, ... Read More »

Police Pursuit leads to arrest

kndy-news-default-300x150

Beatrice Police were involved in a vehicle chase on Friday morning. An officer observed a pickup truck travelling north on sixth street.  The truck crossed over the yellow line and drove north in the southbound lane.  According to the officer the pickup stayed in the southbound lane forcing the officer to change lanes to avoid a collision. The officer turned ... Read More »

Seneca business falls victim to fire

kndy-news-default-300x150

A fire broke out SKF Sealing Solutions in Seneca Thursday evening. The Seneca Volunteer Fire Department responded to a call of a fire at SKF Sealing Solutions located in the northeast part of town around 9 p.m. According to Seneca Fire Chief Brian Ruske the fire was quickly extinguished and there were no injuries. Read More »