Home | KNDY News (page 287)

KNDY News

New business coming to Marysville

A new business with a historical flair will be coming to the West side of Marysville.  Local businessman Dave Lyhane has announced his plans to build a convenience store with historical features and retail space in the location former Dierking Lumber building. Lyhane announced the  8,600-square-foot building will contain a 5,000-square-foot convenience store and 2,600 square feet of retail rental ... Read More »

Cannon Campaign Hits Another Bump in Road

Well-oiled machine, NOT! The gubernatorial campaign of Salinan Ken Cannon seems more like a bad version of the epic Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem “Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, a literary classic the El Saline High School English teacher is probably quite familiar with. The Reform Party Candidate was this week charged in Cloud County District Court for falsely reporting a ... Read More »

Invitation to Join Advisory Council

North Central Kansas Workforce Solutions was a guest at yesterday’s Solomon Valley Economic Development meeting in Beloit. The organization, which is the parent organization of OCCK in Beloit, is looking for local business owners who can sit on advisory councils in their 9-county service area. NCK Workforce Solutions Employment Consultant Patsy Stockhan says her organization is looking for people who ... Read More »

Some Good News at Lovewell

The folks at Lovewell Lake finally got some good news today from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. It comes 5-weeks after the lake was first shut-down July 16th. The Secretary of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has given park officials the green light to open the reservoir to pleasure boating and fishing activities. The latest KDHE water ... Read More »

Finally, mountain lion confirmed in Kansas

Most citizens of rural kansas knew they were here.  Several people in Marshall County claimed to have seen them, but failed to get a photograph.  This time a hunter was ready with the camera. WAKEENEY, Kan. (AP) Kansas wildlife officials confirm a deer hunter’s close encounter with a mountain lion in the northwestern part of the state. The Department of ... Read More »

Wymore Rescue conflicts continue

The struggle to keep a rescue department in Wymore continues to wear on the emotions of local residents.  Dr. Don Rice, Gage County medical director, notified members of the Wymore rescue department that they would become inactive after a decision by the Wymore City Council to close the department for a minimum of 45 days. The department’s closure was required ... Read More »

CRP Deadline approaching

Farmers and ranchers have until close of business Aug. 27 to offer eligible land for CRP’s competitive general sign-up. Applications may be completed by land owners at their local FSA county office.  CRP participants with existing contracts scheduled to expire on Sept. 30 may re-enroll under a new 10- to 15-year contract. Cropland that is highly erodible, within a Conservation ... Read More »

4 Marysville businesses suffer damage

August 16, 2010 Several businesses along Highway 36 suffered damage overnight Tuesday.  According to police sources Hardees was broken into.  According to Todd Ackerman, Marysville Police Chief, money and other items were taken from the restaurant.  A drive by the building revealed the side door to the drive through was covered with board.  Signs were on the doors and drive ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s report

On 080410 on US 36 just east of Upland Road Lee Rieth, Washington driving a 2001 Chevrolet failed to signal a left turn and a 2006 Chrysler driven by Adam Yungeberg, Barnes who was attempting to pass struck Rieth’s vehicle.  Rieth was issued a citation for Failure to Signal.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported. On ... Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners minutes

August 16, 2010 The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Michael J. Keating, Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Thomas K. Holle member; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ... Read More »