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Highway K-13 Closed In Pottawatomie County Due To Accident


*K-13 is now open in Pottawatomie County. As of 2PM, TODAY, February 13, all lanes of K-13 north of Manhattan (between Mile Marker 12-13) CLOSED due to multi-vehicle traffic incident in Pottawatomie County. Estimated Reopening: 2+ hours Drivers should expect delays and will need to seek alternate routes. Currently traffic on K-13 is being turned around to find alternate routes.

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Marysville City Council Meeting Brief


Marysville City Council met Monday. Plans for remodeling at United Bank and Trust main bank downtown were presented, with sketches for sidewalk and infrastructure improvements. The City approved the standing cost share arrangement for sidewalks. The bank has begun a remodeling project, which will include redesign of the interior, as well as new façade and entrance on the exterior. Discussion ...

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Gage County Supervisors Discuss County Road Plans


The Gage County Board of Supervisors last week hosted a second public discussion regarding the proposed one and six year road plans. Forty-two projects slated for completion this year are to be considered at the February 18th meeting, in efforts to stay ahead of needed road projects in coming years. Among priorities are two federal aid bridges, near Filley, and ...

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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – Feb. 9th


The Board of County Commission (BOCC) for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, February 9th, 2015 in the Commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Members present: Tim Mueller, 1st District Commissioner; Roger Otott, Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, Vice-Chairman, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Jueneman, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. It was noted ...

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Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes – Feb. 9th

Marshall County Kansas

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Robert S. Connell, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Charles R. Loiseau members 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 upon a motion ...

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Details Released In Randolph Fatal Shooting Accident


MANHATTAN KAN. – On February 9, 2015 at approximately 1:20 AM officers with the Riley County Police Department responded to a report of an accidental shooting in the 14000 block of Gardiner Road in Randolph, Kansas. Once on scene officers found that a 46-year-old male, identified as Steven Hoard of Randolph, sustained a gunshot wound to the head and was ...

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Today Declared Quarter Day in Beatrice


Tuesday February 10th has been declared Quarter Day in Beatrice. The designation is in conjunction with the release of a new quarter featuring the Homestead National Monument, which is the first in a series of coins to be minted highlighting national monuments. The Beatrice City Council recently approved the proclamation for Quarter Day, which coincides with a launch ceremony held ...

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The Bulldog Report – Feb. 9, 2015

Marysville High School Bulldogs

Tune in to hear The Bulldog Report every Monday at 5:30 p.m. The Bulldog Report gives a snapshot of the activities that are happening in the classrooms at Marysville High School. Megan Skeen and Austin Prinkki host the episode on February 9th and they discuss everything from reading “Othello” to real life math applications to the foundation of our government. ...

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One Killed In Randolph Shooting Accident


The Riley County Police report that an accidental shooting this morning in Randolph left one person dead. Police have ruled out suicide, but declined to to identify the victim of the shooting. A full report will be released on Tuesday by the Riley County Police Department.

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U.S. Army Community Listening Session Planned For Today At Fort Riley


FORT RILEY, Kan. (Feb. 5, 2015) — Army officials are in the process of cutting troop numbers from 570,000 to 490,000 and because policymakers in Washington have not eliminated sequestration, the organization is facing even more severe changes. Those cuts could affect the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley. This is the message Brig. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, 1st Infantry ...

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