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Better Business Bureau warns of new email scam

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Better Business Bureau of Kansas is warning businesses to beware of a new malicious e-mail that pretends to be from the BBB about a complaint filed against the company. The e-mail first came to BBB’s attention on Monday. Several businesses across the US – including law firms, advertising agencies and architecture firms – have reported receiving a suspicious e-mail from ... Read More »

Axtell/Sabetha School Consolidation Wins State Approval

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The unification of USD 488 Axtell, Bern, Summerfield and USD 441 Sabetha-Wetmore school districts came one step closer to fulfillment on Wednesday when the Kansas State Board of Education easily approved the request at their regular meeting in Topeka. Superintendents at both districts said plans to consolidate began several years ago, but the recent economic downturn and cuts in state ... Read More »

SCC Continuing Education Sponsoring Bus Trip

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What better way to experience springtime in Nebraska than to take a bus trip to see two of the state’s most beautiful nursery and garden areas. Southeast Community College’s Continuing Education Center is sponsoring its Spring Garden Tour with a bus trip to Omaha to visit Mulhall’s Landscaping, Nursery and Garden Center, and Lauritzen Gardens. The trip takes place Saturday, ... Read More »

Southern Wymore School District loses $665,000

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Southern Wymore School District’s First year Superintendent Less Hall is beginning his tenure at Southern with the task of finding $665,000 to cut from the district’s budget.  The original goal was to find the money without cutting staff positions.  Now, the Southern Board of Education voted 5-1 Monday evening to place the burden of eliminating staff positions on Hall and ... Read More »

Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes (4/12/10)

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The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Michael J. Keating, Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Thomas K. Holle 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 ... Read More »

Moran Notes Tiahrt’s Earmark Reputation

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As the August Primaries near, the war of words between the two heavy weight Kansas Republicans vying for the Senate seat being vacated by Sam Brownback, is starting to heat up. Big First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran’s office made it a point to “point out” to voters that not one of the four candidates running for Congressman Tiahrt’s 4th ... Read More »

50th Quality Beef Day Results Announced

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The 50 Annual Quality Beef Day was held on Saturday, April th 10, at Hedstrom Hall in Marysville, Kansas. There were 86 head of livestock exhibited by 42 youth and adults from Kansas and Nebraska. The livestock were judged by Twig Marston of Norfolk, Nebraska. Fifty-five youth and adults participated in the 4-H, FFA, and Adult Livestock Judging Contest. “We had great weather for ... Read More »

USD #451 Board of Education Meeting Minutes

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The regular meeting of the U.S.D. #451 Board of Education was called to order Monday, April 12, 2010 by President Dale Sudbeck at 7:30 p.m. Alan Schmitz, Steve Sudbeck, Nick Holthaus, Jim Dalinghaus, John Haug and Martin Haug answered roll call. Also attending were Jerry Turner, Deborah Stallbaumer, and Carol Hunninghake. John Haug made a motion to approve the minutes ... Read More »

McCain Auditorium To Host “Jesus Christ Superstar”

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MANHATTAN — “Jesus Christ Superstar,” starring Ted Neeley, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 19 at Kansas State University’s McCain Auditorium. The first masterpiece from the legendary writing team of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Jesus Christ Superstar” opened on Broadway in 1971 and changed the world of musical theater. With a score of remarkable songs including, ... Read More »

Heartland Residents Have a Heart for Haiti

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Kansas City, Mo.- Three months after a massive earthquake devastated Haiti, The Salvation Army of Kansas and Western Missouri has received more than $800,000 to help care for thousands of people still suffering in the aftermath of the January 12th disaster. To date, nearly 10,000 people have donated $818,599 to The Salvation Army headquartered in Kansas City for Haiti relief ... Read More »