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Teen With Marshall County Ties Fatally Shot In Davenport, Iowa

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An eighteen year old, with Marshall County ties, was fatally shot in Davenport, Iowa Friday morning. Thomas Nye Taylor, son of Todd Taylor, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. Authorities termed it an isolated incident, and the person responsible for firing the weapon was interviewed. The investigation into the accident, which was reported around 4:30 a.m. Friday in Davenport remains under investigation. Graveside services were ... Read More »

Injury Accidents Keep Washington County EMS Crews Busy

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An injury accident was reported September 21st in Washington County. Justin Musil of Marysville was driving a motorcycle, and struck a coyote. He was taken by ambulance to Hanover Hospital. An accident September 14th was reported at the U.S. Highway 36, and Highway K-148 junction. April Calovich of Chapman was unable to stop in time at a stop sign, and was struck by Cynthia ... Read More »

No Injuries Reported In Vehicle Collision With Apartment Building

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No injuries were reported late Thursday evening in Beatrice as a vehicle struck an apartment at the Prairie Village Apartment Complex on East Scott Street. The vehicle involved was totaled, after the driver attempted to park, realized the vehicle was moving, and got back in, hitting the accelerator instead of the brake. Read More »

Marshall County Extension To Host Webinar On Farm Bill

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Marshall County Extension will host an hour long webinar on the 2014 Farm Bill, Thursday October 2, beginning at 10 a.m. at Marysville City Hall. The decision aid tool, developed by Kansas State and Oklahoma State Universities will assist farmers in calculating their new crop base allocation and program yield. Results presented in both current and updated base acres can help determine if updating with ... Read More »

Representative Huelskamp To Visit Area Wednesday

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United States Representative Tim Huelskamp will stop in Marysville, Washington, and Belleville Wednesday as part of his October town hall meetings. He will greet constituent’s Wednesday from 9-11 a.m. at the Lincoln Center, 405 N. 4th Street in Marysville, then meeting at the First National Bank in Washington from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. A stop at the Belleville City Office follows at 1:30 p.m. Read More »

Fort Riley Soldiers To Deploy To Iraq In Advise, Assist, Enable Mission

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FORT RILEY, Kansas –The Department of Defense today identified the 1st Infantry Division as the headquarters unit to deploy as part of the upcoming transition of authority in Iraq. The deployment involves a division headquarters element to support the combatant commander’s mission requirements. About 500 Soldiers from the 1st Inf. Div.’s Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion will deploy to the Central ... Read More »

ArtoberFestKs Schedule Set For Marysville October 4th

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The Marysville Chamber of Commerce, Marshall County Arts Cooperative, Koester House Foundation, Marysville Main Street & Marysville Public Library have joined forces to present ArtoberFestKs on October 4, 2014 in downtown Marysville, KS from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. ArtoberFestKs is a celebration of the Arts and German heritage, and appeals to all ages.  Activities include an arts & crafts ... Read More »

Fatality Accident Claims Blue Springs Mans’ Life

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A fatality accident early Saturday morning in Gage County claimed the life of 36-year-old Ryan Eugene Young of Blue Springs. He was the lone occupant in a vehicle that went into the ditch, began to roll, and ejected the driver, traveling on B Line at South 94th Road. The accident was reported around 5 a.m. Read More »

Senator Moran Visits Nemaha Valley Community Hospital in Seneca

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United States Senator Jerry Moran Tuesday visited the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital in Seneca to see how federal regulations are affecting operations of the facility. He commented on the need for common sense to prevail when issuing regulations, and emphasized that the Medicare reimbursement is critical to sustaining rural hospitals. Access to affordable health care remains a challenge, according to ... Read More »