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Beatrice Caseys robbed

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A Beatrice man was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly robbing the South Sixth St. Casey’s General Store in Beatrice.  According to court documents, Beatrice police were dispatched to Casey’s after receiving a complaint of an assault. The store worker told police that a man, later identified as Edward Perman, 44 of Beatrice, took a 12-pack of Budweiser bottles and an ... Read More »

Wymore man arrested after shots being fired

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Gun shots in Wymore led to the arrest of A Wymore man was late Wednesday night.  According to the Wymore Police Department Sidney R. Williams, 50, of Wymore was arrested on suspicion of terroristic threats, domestic assault in the third degree and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.  Police were dispatched to 208 N. Sixth St. in Wymore ... Read More »

KDHE issues warning for Centralia Lake

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Centralia Lake in Nemaha County is included in a warning issued by Kansas health officials.  The warning tells people to avoid contact with water in the lake because of toxic blue-green algae blooms.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the warnings cover Centralia City Lake in Nemaha County until further notice.  KDHE says people should avoid ingesting the ... Read More »

Paypal Email is announced as a scam

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A new e-mail scam is circulating in Northeast Kansas. Law enforcement reports that an e-mail is appearing in the inbox of residents..  The email states it’s from PayPal and the recipient’s account has been suspended. In order to return the account to good standing, the recipient is told they must return the e-mail with personal descriptors such as date of ... Read More »

Nemaha and B&B choose interim consolidation board members

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Seven members have been appointed to an interim board of education that will serve if voters approve a consolidation of the Nemaha Valley and B & B school districts. Nemaha Valley School District Superintendent Darrel Kohlman says his board appointed 4 members to the board during a special meeting Tuesday evening. They include Kate Hanni, Ilene Enneking, Duane Osborne and ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s report

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  On 071610 an officer was dispatched to 103 1st Road Barnes for the report of a theft.  Investigation is pending. On 071910 an officer was dispatched to 212 West Elm Street Morrowville for the report of a theft.  Investigation is pending. On 071910 an officer was dispatched to 407 Pine Street, Greenleaf for the report of a theft and ... Read More »

Retail Alert issued in Marysville

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A retail alert has been issued by the Marysville Chamber of Commerce.  According to the alert, a man in his mid fifties has presented an item to an employee of a business asking for a refund.  The man says he or his wife purchased it earlier and didn’t want it.  He asks for his money back but has no receipt.  ... Read More »

Attempted break-in stopped by alarm

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An apparent attempt to break into AREX Drug in downtown Marysville was stopped by an alarm.  According to the Marysville Police, officers responded to a report of an alarm at 1:45 am on Sunday morning.  A Marysville Police officer arrived just two minutes later and discovered the someone had attempted to pry open a door.  No access was gained to ... Read More »

New fire station plans presented at the Marysville City Council Meeting

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Plans for a new fire station were presented at the Marysville City Council meeting Monday night.  If approved by the voters the new station would be built on south 11th road at the former KNDY building the city recently purchased.  The new station will have an eight bay garage for fire trucks, the fire prevention trailer, and the dive team ... Read More »

Kansas Highway Patrol Checking School Buses Before School Starts

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With the first day of school quickly approaching, Kansas Highway Patrol troopers are assisting school districts throughout the state in assuring that students arrive to and from their destinations safely. Troopers are inspecting school buses from now until the beginning of the school session to make sure the vehicles will load, transport, and unload students safely. Buses and other vehicles ... Read More »