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Marysville City Council seeking bids for 11th Road Project

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The Council unanimously approved beginning the bidding process for the improvement of 11th Road South from Highway 36.  The improvements will include the removing 630 feet of the old chip and seal street, replacing that area with a 9” concrete paved road, and work on the water lines in the area.  The preliminary cost estimate for the improvements is between ... Read More »

Seneca Man Hurt in one vehicle accident

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Tyler Bergman, age 24, of Seneca was taken to hospital by a private vehicle after the vehicle he was a passenger in struck a snow drift and rolled over. On January 10th at approximately 9:30 a.m.: Joseph Greenwood, age 25, of Baileyville, KS was driving a vehicle westbound on 144th Road when it struck a snowdrift causing the vehicle to ... Read More »

USD 488 Axtell Bern Summerfield Announce Re-Structuring Plan for 2010-2011 School Year

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USD 488 Axtell Bern and Summerfield School District will make significant changes in the 2010-2011 school year to offset reductions in funding and declining enrollment. • Beginning in the 2010-2011 School year, certified staff will be reduced by 4 positions. • Schools will operate on a block schedule to allow teachers to travel between Axtell and Bern • 5th and ... Read More »

Kansas Day Program Offered at the Pawnee Indian Museum

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REPUBLIC, KS— Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site will commemorate Kansas Day with a program throughout the day Friday, January 29. The site will be open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and regular admission fee of $3 for adults and $1 for students applies. Children five and younger and members of KSHS, inc., are admitted free. The program “Indian Nations ... Read More »

Community Medical Equipment Honored by Kansas Department of Commerce

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Marysville, KS – Community Medical Equipment, part of Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH), was awarded a 2009 Business Appreciation Award of Merit by the Kansas Department of Commerce. Community Medical Equipment was recognized for its contributions to economic development, community service and leadership in Kansas in the hospital/nonprofit division. The Kansas Department of Commerce honors businesses each year as part of ... Read More »

Internship Applications Available

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First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran’s office announced today that the veteran legislator is accepting applications for paid congressional internships in his Washington D.C., and Kansas offices for the summer 2010 term. The Washington D.C., summer internship session is divided into two parts, with two interns beginning in May and finishing at the end of June, and two new interns ... Read More »

Financing Governor’s Race

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How much will the campaign for the Governor’s job in Kansas cost? No way of telling with the election nearly 10-months away, but the odds-on-favorite Republican Sam Brownback, is already building a substantial war chest for the campaign. The Senator’s campaign office says it has raised more than 1.53 –million dollars in cash contributions in 2009. Campaign Manager David Kensinger ... Read More »

Economic Recovery for Kansas Still Slow

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Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss is predicting Kansas will be one of nine Midwest and Plains States to see its economic recovery in 2010 go slowly. In a report released today, Goss says the slow recovery throughout the region is tied to the continuing loss of jobs in the manufacturing sector despite a stabilization of the overall job market. The ... Read More »

Knowledge @ Noon Program in Marysville to Address Elder Law

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“DOES ELDER LAW EFFECT YOU?” will be presented by Paul Shipp, attorney for Kansas Legal Services on Tuesday, January 12, 2010, at the Marysville City Building. Do you have a will? What happens if you don’t? What’s going to happen if you are in a car accident and can’t talk for yourself? Do you have questions about how property or ... Read More »

KDOA Suspends Four HCBS-FE Waiver Services

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(TOPEKA) The Kansas Department on Aging has announced the indefinite suspension of four services provided through the Home and Community-Based Services-Frail Elderly waiver program. Acting Secretary Martin Kennedy said the change was made as a result of cuts to the agency’s budget. Effective Jan. 1, 2010, the HCBS-FE waiver program will no longer pay for new recipients to receive assistive ... Read More »