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Police Pursuit leads to arrest

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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

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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 »

Nearly 350 people visited the news section of KNDYradio.com in October

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Kndyradio.com news section visits have increased from just 80 per month in March to 343 in October. We hope see a day when over 600 people visit our news area on the site each month. Our goal is to provide acurate and timely news Monday thru Friday. KNDY News reports news from Marshall, Washington, Nemaha, and Gage Counties.  News from ... Read More »

Palin coming to Andover, KS grocery store

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Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will stop at the Dillons Marketplace in Andover, KS as part of her upcoming tour to promote her new book, “American by Heart.” Palin is scheduled to visit Nov. 28. The time has not been announced. Palin’s new book is scheduled to be released Nov. 23.  Palin will be joined by her husband, Todd, ... Read More »

Mule possibly killed by pack of coyotes

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On 11/03/2010 the Gage County Sheriff’s Office responded to an animal complaint at 10964 W. Scott Rd. Upon arrival Deputies examined the remains of a mule that appeared to have fallen victim to coyotes. The Gage County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind rural residents to please keep a watchful eye on your smaller pets especially at night and keep ... Read More »

Search on for man who attempted to abduct child

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Authorities continue to investigate the possible abduction of a child in Hiawatha. A report was received at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday evening that an individual who had attempted to coerce a minor female into his truck.  The Hiawatha Police Department continues to search for a man driving an older model red Chevy pickup with a silver flatbed.  The vehicle had rust on ... Read More »

B&B – Nemaha Valley School District to choose interim Superintendent Monday

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The election of officers for the newly formed Nemaha Valley-B&B school district is the first order of business for th Temporary Board of Education. The elected President and Vice-President will serve until June 30, 2010 or until his/her successor is elected and qualified. Donna Whiteman of KASB informed the Temporary Board of Education cannot enter into a contractual agreement with ... Read More »

Community Memorial Healthcare Moves Closer to Completion

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Community Memorial Healthcare Moves Closer to Completion Marysville, KS —- Construction of Community Memorial Healthcare’s (CMH) new $17.3 million hospital facility has gone according to plan. Hospital officials say work on the new building should be complete in less than three months. “We’re on schedule,” CMH CEO Curtis Hawkinson said, adding the hospital is planning to begin moving into the ... Read More »

Marysville Fall Clean-up Dates & Times

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The Marysville City Crew has set Fall cleanup dates as November 15-19th, with curbside pickup planned for the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The city has also extended the city dumpsite hours to 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily during the same dates. Effective this week, the city dump is open Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 3:30-5:30 p.m., and ... Read More »

Attempt To Terminate Marysville City Administrator Fails

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A motion to dismiss City Administrator Rick Shain highlighted the Marysville City Council meeting Monday night. The council went into round table discussion and when it was Bill Phillipi’s turn he read a motion to immediately terminate Rick Shain.  That motion was seconded by Kevin Throm. Following a tense discussion, Wayne Price moved that the issue be tabled.  That was ... Read More »