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Upcoming Referendum Concerning The Sorghum Checkoff Program

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds sorghum producers of an upcoming referendum on continuation of the Sorghum Checkoff Program. Initiated in 2008, the program is set for review no less than seven years following implementation. Governed by a 13 member board, the checkoff is intended to fund marketing opportunities, develop new uses for the product, and strengthen market position. Farmers engaged in production, ...

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Kansas Cattlemen’s Association Meeting Held

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The Kansas Cattlemen’s Association met last Thursday at corning. Current legislation, and issues facing independent cattle producers were the topics at the meeting, which included a feature on the Beef Checkoff Program. Attendance was reported good for the meeting.

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Nurse Practitioner Joins Medical Staff at Community Memorial Healthcare

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Marysville, KS – Becky Heuer, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) will join the medical staff at Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH), effective March 30, 2015. Heuer will work in the emergency department and medical clinics (Blue Rapids Medical Clinic, Community Physicians Clinic, and Marysville Clinic). All clinics are owned and operated by CMH. Heuer graduated from Marysville High School in Marysville, ...

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The Bulldog Report – March 23, 2015

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Jim Borgerding, Kali Crome, and Adam Lindhorst, sophomores at Marysville High School, host this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. Hear what sophomores are studying in English, World History, and Biology; plus, learn about all that’s going on in the music department, drama department, and with FBLA.

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26 Fire Departments Respond To Fire At Livingston Enterprises

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A fire Sunday evening along the state line south of Fairbury near Reynolds, did substantial damage to an 8,000 unit hog production facility owned by Livingston Enterprises. Some 200 firefighters from 26 Nebraska and Kansas Fire Departments responded to the blaze, which took over four hours to control. A number of hogs died, and four of the ten buildings on ...

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Fatality Accident Reported Near Odell Saturday

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A fatality accident was reported Saturday afternoon in Gage County, near Odell on Nebraska Highway 8, a half mile east of SW 61st Road. Jeffrey Fischer, 52, of Cortland, Nebraska lost control of his motorcycle, which left the road, and flipped into the ditch. He was flown from the accident to a Lincoln hospital, where he died Saturday evening, as ...

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National Work Zone Awareness Week Asks Kids To Color Kansas Orange

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The Kansas Department of Transportation is participating in National Work Zone Awareness Week, through March 27th. Kids are encouraged to color Kansas orange, by downloading and printing a coloring sheet from the K-Dot website, then sending a photo of the picture, which will be posted on the departments Northeast Kansas Facebook page. Download Coloring Sheet Here (PDF)

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“Art Away from Home” with Artist-in-Residence Amanda Palmer at Homestead National Monument

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The Artist In Residence program at Homestead National Monument of America starts early this year. Our first artist, Amanda Palmer, is a native Nebraskan, most recently from the Adirondacks of New York, living full-time on the road. She is traveling the National Park system and drawing inspiration from her current surroundings, wherever they may be. You are invited to join ...

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