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On 110210 on US 36 at Xavier Road Gregory PPfizenmaier, Green driving a 2005 KW truck registered to Bruna Bros, Marysville struck a cow owned by Mark Goeckel, Hanover.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.  On 110210 on Osage Road ¼ mile south of 7th Road Gerald Voelker, Linn driving a 2008 Ford struck deer.  Damage ...

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Medicare Press Release

DECISION TIME FOR MEDICARE PART D Are you enrolled in a Medicare Part D Prescription Plan? Are you happy with it? Have you opened and read the packet of information from your current prescription drug insurance company with changes for 2011?  It explains the changes in the premium, deductible and prescriptions in the formulary for your plan in 2011.  Some ...

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Wymore Rescue is rolling again

Wymore Rescue Service is finally open for business.  Wymore Rescue re-opened on Monday with eight EMTs, six drivers and five support staff. Gage County Medical Consultant Dr. Don Rice said there could be up to 14 EMTs by the beginning of 2011. Rice continues to give credit to the volunteers who worked hard to make this happen There still appears ...

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Marysville man involved in 3 vehicle injury accident

A Marysville man was involved in a 3 vehicle injury accident on the south edge of Beatrice Friday.  The accident occurred on South Highway 77 where the southbound lanes merge.  Jason Evans of Marysville was driving a semi with a grain trailer southbound when a Geo Tracker driving by Shawn Sommerville, age 20, attempted to merge from the right lane ...

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Unofficial Marshall County Election Results

The unofficial voting results from Marshall County and overall results of each race across the State of Kansas. Please note the following before viewing election results: 1. These are unofficial results. They will not be official until the state canvass. 2. The results are exactly as collected from county election officers on election night. 3. Results in some areas may be incomplete–challenged ballots and ...

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Over 100 dogs seized from rescue sanctuary

DATE: November 2, 2010 @ 0900 Hours       LOCATION: 5675 Southwest 42nd Road, Clatonia OFFENSE: Animal Neglect        CASE: 2010-5162                 On October 27th, 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office received a report of possible neglect stemming from the personal sale of a canine to a citizen.  During the course of the investigation, it was determined that there were approximately in excess ...

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River Valley Extension Agents Recognized

Todd Whitney and Pat Gerhardt were recognized at the Annual K-State Research and Extension Awards Luncheon held October 19 in Manhattan. Whitney was recognized for 20 years of service to K-State Research and Extension.  Whitney began his Extension career as the agriculture agent in Logan County in February of 1990.  He spent six years there before moving to Rice County ...

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Minge named K-State Research and Extension Office Professional of the Year

Ruthann Minge, Office Professional for the River Valley Extension District Washington Office was awarded the 2010 K-State Research and Extension County/District Office Professional of the Year at the KSRE Awards Luncheon held October 19 in Manhattan. Minge began her career with K-State in 1971, working on campus until 1974.  From 1974 through the present she has been the office professional ...

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Drivers beware: deer on move

Kansas deer-vehicle collisions peak in November            The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), the Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) are warning motorists to be aware that November is historically the month when the highest number of deer-vehicle crashes occur.               According to KDWP biologist, Lloyd Fox, the increase in deer-vehicle crashes is strongly ...

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Gage County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help

The Gage County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports involving burglaries in the past couple of months in the south central area of the county.  The burglaries have not only occurred during the evening hours but also during the daytime hours.  The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to lock their doors, not only to their residence, but also ...

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