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Scammers Strike Again

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Scammers are once again trying to use a fake lottery to gather financial information from residents under the guise of winning a sweepstakes. Letters have been mailed informing residents that they have won a MEGA-LOTTERY and all that is needed is personal information so a check can be deposited in their accounts. Another scam is a realistic looking check mailed ... Read More »

State is Delinquint on School Payments

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A Kansas Department of Education official says the state has delayed a contribution to educators‘ pensions and postponed half of its monthly general state aid payments to school districts. Deputy Education Commissioner Dale Dennis told The Associated Press Friday that the two delayed items together total almost $124 million. He said the delays are being caused by a cash crunch. ... Read More »

Wymore Councilman Walks Again

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Wymore Mayor Dan Guenther attempted to appoint Beth Cordry-Hookstra to the vacant Wymore City Council seat but no motion was made as Dan Hawkins left the council meeting leaving the council without a quorum. Hawkins has now left the weekly council meetings four times, leaving the council unable to do business. The process to recall Hawkins has been started by ... Read More »

Superbowl on the Super Screen

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For the first time ever, the Astro Theatre showed The Super Bowl on the big screen. According to Theatre owner Alex Shultz said about 80 people came in cheer for their favorite team. Admission to the game broadcast was free. Shultz said that the picture was very good and the sound was excellent coming through the surround speakers. Only one ... Read More »

Dierks Bentley To Headline Concert Tour at the Salina Bicentennial Center

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Dierks Bentley will headline the 2011 Jagermeister County Tour which will be stopping in Salina on April 27th. This 30 city tour will feature special guest Nashville singer Josh Thompson and new singing duo Miss Willie Brown. Each concert will also feature a local Jagermeister sponsored country act. Bentley is currently in Nashville working on new material for his next ... Read More »

In-Depth Soil Management School to be Held

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An ‘In-Depth’ Soils Management School will be held Friday, February 11, 9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m. in the 4-H building of the Republic Co. Fairgrounds, Belleville, KS. Please register by February 8 by calling the Belleville Extension Office – 785-527-5084 or by stopping by the office in the courthouse basement, 1815 M. St. Pre-registration cost is $10.  At-the-Door cost is ... Read More »

Wymore Man Accepts Plea Agreement

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A Wymore man, Paul Mick age 36, has entered into a plea agreement with Gage County officials. The first case involving Mick includes charges of burglary, fleeing police, and driving under the influence. The second case is a charge of second degree forgery. Mick broke into Max’s Automotive and taking a 1968 Ford Fairlane, Gage County Chief Deputy Attorney Rick ... Read More »

Area Law Enforcement Report Few Weather Related Accidents

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Gage County Sheriff Millard “Gus” Gustafson said the county rollover has been the only accident his department has had to dealt with in the last two days. Nemaha and Washington County Sheriff’s Department reported no weather related accidents. Marysville Police Department investigated four accidents related to the weather Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning. None of the accidents involved injuries. Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 012011 on 1st Road just east of Thunder Road, Lonnie Singular, Manhattan driving a 2005 Chevrolet lost control on snow and ice rolling vehicle into ditch. Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported. On 012111 on 1st Street at D Street in Washington Donna Baker, Washington driving a 2007 Ford was struck by a 2006 Dodge ... Read More »

Summerfield Water Boil Order CANCELLED

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KNDY was notified by Marshall County Emergency Management the Boil Water Order for Summerfield, Kansas has been cancelled.  Notification was made at approximately 2:30 p.m. Saturday, January 29th Read More »