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Marysville City Council approves re-zoning

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Marysville City Council met in regular session Monday evening.  The council passed a change in zoning which will allow the development of a property located on South 11th Road.  The property may now be developed by Excel Development of Auburn, NE, who has planned a project that would build 24 housing units. Marshall County Economic Director George McCune said it’s ... Read More »

Statewide tornado drill postponed

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The statewide tornado drill scheduled for Tuesday in Kansas has been postponed because of a small risk of severe weather.  The National Weather Service postponed the drill Monday to avoid any confusion. Thunderstorms are possible in parts of the state Tuesday. The drill is now scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The National Weather Service and the State Emergency Management Agency ... Read More »

Bern woman crashes attempting to outrun police

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A Bern woman was injured on a Nemaha County road while being pursued by a law enforcement officer for a traffic violation. The Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department reported 22-year-old Natalie Grossenbacher was traveling north on O-4 Road last Thursday night shortly before 11:30 P.M. without headlights while being pursued by an officer.  Grossenbacher  lost control of her car on the ... Read More »

895 Visitors Tour The Blue Rapids Museum in 2009

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When first-time visitor, Clark Brake, signed in at the end of the afternoon on December 31, 2009 at the Blue Rapids Museum, he didn’t know he was making history as the 895th and final visitor of the year. “I was surprised at all there was to see,” stated Brake. Final tabulation from the Blue Rapids Museum shows visitors from 51 ... Read More »

SCC-Lincoln hosting Animal Planet’s Jeff Corwin on April 9

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Emmy Award winner Jeff Corwin, one of the most recognizable personalities on Animal Planet, is coming to Lincoln. Corwin, who has worked for the conservation of endangered species and ecosystems around the world since he was a teenager, will give a presentation titled “100 Heartbeats” at 7 p.m. April 9 in the gymnasium at Southeast community College’s Lincoln Campus, 8800 ... Read More »

Storm Spotter training course available

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Axtell American Legion will host a storm spotter training course on March 8th.  The course will begin at 7 p.m.   The course is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about storm systems and to those interested in becoming an official National Weather Service Reporter.  For more information about the course contact Marshall County Emergency Management Director Bill ... Read More »

Vandals strike in Marysville

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Marysville Police have received six reports of vandalism in Marysville.  According to police someone used a BB gun to damage vehicle and building windows.  The damages occurred between Friday evening and Monday morning. Read More »

Re-zoning protest petition falls short

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The Petition to protest a proposed zoning change falls short and is declared invalid.  According to City Clerk Debbie Price a petition to protest the proposed change of zoning for the property involved in the housing development on 11th road has been declared invalid.  Price said the petition did not meet the requirements set forth and did not have the ... Read More »

Bill To Rename Blue Rapids River Bridge Sent To Governor Parkinson

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Topeka – Legislation that will honor a fallen U.S. Marine from Marshall County is on its way to the Governor. The Kansas Senate today approved House Bill 2436. The bill will name bridge No. 62 on U.S. Highway 77 that goes over the Big Blue River east of Blue Rapids in Marshall County as the 1st Lieutenant Michael Hugh Breeding ... Read More »

Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon trial in Marshall County Court

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A jury trial for charges of aggravated battery and aggravated assault with a weapon against Nathan Stohs began on Wednesday.  Officer Larry Wetzel testified that he had responded to a call on May 25th concerning fighting in the area of 7th Street and North Street.  In the course of the investigation it was found that a pickup driven by Tim ... Read More »