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50th Quality Beef Day Results Announced

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The 50 Annual Quality Beef Day was held on Saturday, April th 10, at Hedstrom Hall in Marysville, Kansas. There were 86 head of livestock exhibited by 42 youth and adults from Kansas and Nebraska. The livestock were judged by Twig Marston of Norfolk, Nebraska. Fifty-five youth and adults participated in the 4-H, FFA, and Adult Livestock Judging Contest. “We had great weather for ... Read More »

USD #451 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

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The regular meeting of the U.S.D. #451 Board of Education was called to order Monday, April 12, 2010 by President Dale Sudbeck at 7:30 p.m. Alan Schmitz, Steve Sudbeck, Nick Holthaus, Jim Dalinghaus, John Haug and Martin Haug answered roll call. Also attending were Jerry Turner, Deborah Stallbaumer, and Carol Hunninghake. John Haug made a motion to approve the minutes ... Read More »

McCain Auditorium To Host “Jesus Christ Superstar”

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MANHATTAN — “Jesus Christ Superstar,” starring Ted Neeley, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 19 at Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium. The first masterpiece from the legendary writing team of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Jesus Christ Superstar” opened on Broadway in 1971 and changed the world of musical theater. With a score of remarkable songs including, ... Read More »

Heartland Residents Have a Heart for Haiti

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Kansas City, Mo.- Three months after a massive earthquake devastated Haiti, The Salvation Army of Kansas and Western Missouri has received more than $800,000 to help care for thousands of people still suffering in the aftermath of the January 12th disaster. To date, nearly 10,000 people have donated $818,599 to The Salvation Army headquartered in Kansas City for Haiti relief ... Read More »

Community Choir To Perform “The Great American Songbook”

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The Marshall County Community Choir, under the direction of Maybelle Circle, will perform “The Great American Songbook” Sunday, April 18, at 2:00 p.m.  The free concert will be held in the Marysville High School auditorium. Thirty-five area residents are in the choir.  Members have been rehearsing since early March to prepare the nine songs they will sing in Sunday’s concert. ... Read More »

Postal Service Expands Prescription Mail Back

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WASHINGTON — Veterans will be able to safely dispose of expired and unused prescriptions and help the environment at the same time under a program offered by the U.S. Postal Service and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). This pilot program is limited to an estimated 780,000 veterans living in Baltimore, Washington, DC, and West Virginia. Veterans mail back outdated, ... Read More »

Furlough Friday, This Friday

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This Friday court rooms all across the State of Kansas will literally be shut down…No services will be available to the public. Because of the state budget crunch, it has been mandated by the State Supreme Court that Court Service Employees be placed on unpaid involuntary leave – or furloughed. This Friday, April 9th is the first of 4-Fridays in ... Read More »

Kansas Appellate Judge Passes Away

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Flags at the state capitol in Topeka and all court buildings and facilities have been directed to lower flags to half-mast in memory of Kansas Court of Appeals Judge Jerry Elliot who passed away on Monday. The dictum came from Governor Mark Parkinson yesterday afternoon. Judge Elliot had served on the Kansas Court of Appeals since 1987 when he was ... Read More »

Diller building a new firehouse

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Diller Fire and Rescue Department will soon have a new headquarters. Lottman and Carpenter Construction of Diller demolished the old lumber yard on Wednesday, to make way for a new fire station. The plans include a meeting area and bays for firetrucks and ambulances. Fire chief Jeff Nelson said a new fire department had become a necessity. Diller Fire and ... Read More »

Marysville Connection to Beatrice Drug Bust

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A Beatrice woman has been arrested for the distribution of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school. Jessica Rogge, 1103 Meriweather St., was arrested after police executed a search warrant on March 25. Rogge’s roommate, Kristina Meyn, was also arrested. Police found marijuana, $35 cash and cell phones used for the selling of marijuana and other drug related ... Read More »