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Southeast CC To Host All-College Open House Nov. 7

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Prospective students and their families, alumni, friends, and taxpayers will have an opportunity to explore Southeast Community College during its annual All-College Open House on Sunday, Nov. 7. The event is scheduled from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at each SCC campus in Beatrice, Lincoln and Milford. No reservation is required. Dr. Jack Huck, SCC president, said the event is ... Read More »

Grandson calls Grandma for money

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A grandmother in Summerfield received a call from her grandson.  The only problem is that she didn’t have a grandson.  The caller claimed to be a grandchild desperately in need of cash.  This is another scam that has come to our listening area.  With the current economy criminals appear to be working the phone lines and emails harder than ever.  ... Read More »

Hanover woman wins lottery

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Kansas Lottery officials Friday introduced the emotional great-grandmother from Hanover as the Super Kansas Cash jackpot winner. Camden correctly matched all six numbers that were drawn.  After taxes, Camden will receive a check for $950,091 — or 70 percent of the jackpot.  Camden is an office manager at Lineweber & Sons Inc. in Hanover. She has two grown children, four ... Read More »

Gage County jail found non-compliant

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Gage County Jail was found non-compliant after this year’s annual inspection.  The inspection took place on September 24th and found 27 documented issues with the jail.  Sheriff Gus Gustafson said 11 of the issues have been resolved.  Gustafson said he is meeting with the State Fire Marshall to create a plan of action and prioritize the remaining needs of the ... Read More »

Unemployment figures released

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Unemployment rates in September were down in most area northeast Kansas counties compared to August. The Kansas Department of Labor released the latest jobless rates Friday Nemaha, 3.7 percent; Washington, 4.3 percent and Marshall, 4.7 percent.  Beatrice reported an unemployment rate of 5.6 percent Leavenworth and Jefferson counties were the only two area counties to see an increase in their ... Read More »

Football Scores for 10-21/22

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NCKL Abilene 26 – Hesston 7 Clay Center 13 – Colby 12 Riley County 41 – Marysville 20 Rock Creek 52 – Nemaha Valley 14 Royal Valley 38 – Wamego 0 TWIN VALLEY LEAGUE 8-MAN Axtell 61 – Bern 14 Clifton Clyde 94 – Southern Cloud 48 Baileyville B&B 2 – Flint Hills 0 (Forfeit) Hanover 52 – Frankfort 6 ... Read More »

Hunters’ safety course registration this weekend

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REGISTRATION IS SUNDAY IN MARYSVILLE FOR A HUNTERS EDUCATION COURSE TO BE OFFERED IN MARSHALL COUNTY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30 AND 31.  THOSE INTERESTED ARE ASKED TO ATTEND REGISTRATION THIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 5 PM AT VETS CLUB 36 IN MARYSVILLE.  FOR INFORMATION, CONTACT MIKE LYHANE AT 562-5604. Read More »

Kansas Historical Society offers Pawnee Indian program

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by Bruce Dierking THE KANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY WILL COORDINATE A PROGRAM SUNDAY EVENING AT THE PAWNEE INDIAN STATE HISTORIC SITE IN REPUBLIC COUNTY.  AMERICAN TRAILS THROUGH PAWNEE COUNTRY WILL EXPLORE THE IMPACT OF THE SANTE FE AND OREGON TRAILS ON THE CENTRAL PLAINS.  THE TRAILS RAN THROUGH PAWNEE INDIAN TERRITORY.  THE PROGRAM IS SUNDAY EVENING, 7 PM AT THE PAWNEE ... Read More »

Elevated Island becomes a speed bump

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by Bruce Dierking KDOT OFFICIALS, WASHINGTON CITY AND COUNTY REPRESENTATIVES, AND STATE REPRESENTATIVE SHARON SCHWARZ MET LAST WEEK ALONG WITH PATRONS OF THE SHORT STOP CONVENIENCE STORE IN WASHINGTON, KANSAS.  ACCESS AT THAT LOCATION AT THE HIGHWAY INTERSECTION IN WAS CHANGED DURING RECENT CONSTRUCTION WORK.  AN ELEVATED ISLAND NOW MAKES TURNS DIFFICULT FOR TRUCKS NEEDING DIESEL FUEL, AND HAS REDUCED ... Read More »

Keystone Pipeline Delayed

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by Bruce Dierking FINAL U S GOVERNMENT APPROVAL FOR THE PROPOSED KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE PROJECT HAS BEEN DELAYED, AMID CONCERNS REGARDING THE ROUTE THE LINE WOULD TAKE THROUGH THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.  TRACKING THROUGH THE SAND HILLS, CONNECTING WITH ANOTHER KEYSTONE PIPELINE HEAR STEELE CITY, OPPONENTS HAVE CITED POTENTIAL ECOLOGICAL CONCERNS, MANY ON THE HEELS OF THE B P OIL ... Read More »