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Stacie Ellenbecker to be Guest for Knowledge @ Noon Program

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“What Is Your “Main Dish” For Dinner?” will be presented by Stacie Ellenbecker, owner of Main Dish, on Tuesday, December 1, at the Marysville City Building. No time to make the main dish for dinner? Having family over for the weekend and don´t want to spend the weekend in the kitchen – but don´t want to eat out every meal. ... Read More »

KHP Participates in Special Thanksgiving Traffic Enforcement

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The Kansas Highway Patrol, along with local law enforcement agencies throughout the state, will be participating in the Kansas Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign from November 23-29. This Special Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) is funded by the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and is intended to minimize traffic-related injuries and fatalities. The Patrol and other agencies will focus on impaired drivers, child ... Read More »

Turkey Fryers Safety Hazard

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As Kansas residents prepare their Thanksgiving Day meals, Kansas State Fire Marshal Dan McLaughlin is urging all families to be careful in the kitchen and to also be extremely cautious if you plan to use a turkey fryer. Turkey fryers are becoming more popular because they greatly reduce the time it takes to cook a turkey compared to conventional ovens. ... Read More »

Weekly Washington County Sheriffs Report

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The following reports were filed with the Washington County Sheriffs Office for the last week. On October 27th 0.10 miles west from Deer Road on K 9. Dennis Burdick, Clyde driving a 2005 Ford truck struck a calf. No injury, damage over $1000.00. On October 27th at K 9 & 1st Road. Mariah Kieffer, Clifton driving a 2002 Saturn collided ... Read More »

Sarah Palin Will Come to Salina

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The Salina Area Chamber of Commerce has done something that late night talk show host David Letterman has not been able to do… schedule former Alaska Governor and Republican Vice-Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin for an appearance. Yesterday afternoon the news broke that Palin would be the guest speaker at the Annual Chamber Banquet in Salina, February 5th. In the past ... Read More »

Youth Pheasant and Quail Season

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The 2009 Youth Pheasant and Quail Hunting Season will be open this coming weekend across the State of Kansas. On Saturday and Sunday, public lands walk-in hunting areas and private lands with permission are all open for young people to get the first chance at the upland birds. According to Mike Nyhoff, Area Manager at the Glen Elder Reservoir Wildlife ... Read More »

Veterans Legislation

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With Veteran’s Day just around the corner, the U.S. Congress is working on legislation that will improve work training opportunities for unemployed veterans. First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran, a senior member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, has cast his vote to send H.R. 1168, the Veterans Retraining Act, out of committee and to the full House for a ... Read More »

Moran Introduces H.R. 3806

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First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran has introduced legislation that would support Kansas rural hospitals and help the patients they serve. The measure called the Enhanced Rural Health Care Extension Act of 2009 or H.R. 3806. If passed, it would extend funding for the Rural Community Hospital Program and allow Kansas hospitals to be considered for participation. Kansas was not ... Read More »

MHS Teen Band Selected As Semi-Finalist in National Competition

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Marysville, Kansas — NAMM, the trade association of the international music products industry, has selected Delinquent Scholars of Marysville High School to move on to the semi finals of the SchoolJam USA teen battle of the bands competition.  The nationwide contest, sponsored by NAMM, is designed to encourage teen bands across the United States to demonstrate their musical talents and ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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The following reports were filed with the Washington County Sheriffs Office for the last two weeks. On October 17th at Woodlawn & Crest Street, Washington. A juvenile was cited for Minor In Possession. On October 18th an officer was dispatched to 100 Highway Ave. in Mahaska for a report of criminal damage and theft. Investigation pending. On October 19th Novella ... Read More »