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Kansas Farm Bureau sends local man to Germany

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Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Coordinator Jeff Sutton, Marysville, leaves this week on an intensive three-week agricultural fellowship in Germany.  Sutton has been selected as a 2010 McCloy Fellow by the American Council on Germany (ACG). The McCloy Fellowship is a three-week intensive immersion that focuses on the exchange of policy, research and planning that affects domestic, continental ... Read More »

Mesquite 90 chosen to create new Marshall County video

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A new marketing video highlighting Marshall County is in the works.  According to George McCune, Marshall County Economic Development Director an agreement with Mesquite 90 Productions in Fairview, Tennessee has been approved.  Mesquite 90 is headed by Audrey Kalivoda, a native of Washington County. Audrey and Mesquite 90 have recently produced a documentary entitled Nashville: Music City USA which is ... Read More »

Delay continues for Bulldog/Red Raider game

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Lightning is still being seen to the Southeast of the field.  Heavy rains hit the Southeast part of Wamego.  Officials are monitoring the situation on portable computers.  The game will be delayed until officials no longer see lightning or hear thunder.  Stay tuned to KNDY FM 95.5 for updates. Read More »

Bulldog Football lightning delayed

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Marysville Bulldogs are currently in a lightning delay until 8:05 p.m.  The delay will be lengthened if additional lightning is sighted.  Stay tuned to KNDY FM 95.5 for updates. Read More »

Winifred is 100 years old

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Winifred is celebrating its one hundred year anniversary.  The town will celebrate with tours of historic buildings and a barbeque in the old bank building.  The events will begin at 11 a.m.  According to recorded history Winifred may have been started in the 1800’s but was not organized until fifty years later when the railroad laid track for the Topeka ... Read More »

Marysville School Board signs 10 year contract with Pepsi

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 Marysville School Board met on Wednesday.  Business discussed included setting the Academic Awards Night on November 9, 2010 at 6:30 P.M.  The first day enrollment figures show the headcount down 8 students on the first day of school compared to last year’s official enrollment.  This year’s official count will be on September 20, 2010.  The school district also renewed the ... Read More »

September is Suicide Prevention Month

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This is Suicide Prevention Month in Kansas.  According to Pawnee Mental Health Director Robbin Cole, in the United States one person dies by suicide every 15 minutes.  Cole also states that 90 percent of people who commit suicide have a mental illness.  Most mental illnesses are treatable and suicide is preventable.  According to Cole people should learn to recognize danger ... Read More »

****WANTED PERSON****

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Brandon M. Neth, age 35, is being sought by the Gage County Sheriff’s Office.  Last known address was 901½ S 7th Street in Beatrice.   The warrant is for Possess Firearm by Prohibited Person, a Class 1D Felony, and Possess or Receive Stolen Firearm which is a Class 3 Felony. If you have information on the whereabouts of this individual, please ... Read More »

Southeast Community College Choir Concert Sept. 18

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Two choral groups at Southeast Community College will present a concert in the Truman Center Gymnasium on the Beatrice Campus. The choirs will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18. The event is free and open to the public. The concert will feature performances by the SCC Multi-Campus Choir and the newly-formed select women’s ensemble “After the Storm.” Both groups ... Read More »