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$100,000 truck lost in fire

Southeast Nebraska Co-op lost a truck valued at over $100,00 on Thursday.  Beatrice Rural Firefighters responded to a call of a truck on fire Thursday afternoon. The truck was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived at the scene at 80th and Juniper streets, according to firefighter Gary Wiese.  The truck was in the field to spread lime.  No one was ...

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Flags to be flown at half-staff Friday to honor fallen soldier

Gov. Mark Parkinson has ordered flags to be lowered across Kansas in honor of a soldier from Wichita who was killed in Afghanistan.  Flags will be lowered Friday from sunup to sundown in honor of Sgt. Justin Officer. The 26-year-old soldier was killed Sept. 29 in combat when a roadside bomb exploded.  Officer served with the 1st Squadron, 75th Cavalry ...

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CMH adds new tool to detect breast cancer

CMH Adds Powerful New Tool in Fight for Early Detection of Breast Cancer Marysville, KS —- This year in America, more than 184,450 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) has advanced the fight against this pervasive disease by installing a new cutting edge digital mammography system. The GE Healthcare Senographe Digital Mammography system provides physicians ...

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Washington County Sheriff’s Report

On 092410 on K 9 just south of the K15/K 148 jct., Roger Cowley, Kansas City Missouri driving a 2004 Volkswagon failed to slow in a construction zone, attempted to pass and struck a 2007 Toyota driven by Ronald Lindsey, Haddam.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported. On 092410 on Wagon Train Road ½ mile south ...

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Marshall County Commissioners’ meeting minutes

October 4, 2010 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 ...

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Gage county pursuit ends in arrest

A 19-year-old Sterling man led a Gage County  Sheriff’s deputy on a high speed pursuit through northern Gage County Thursday night, including through the village of Adams. Trevor Bessey was able to escape the pursuit, but the deputy obtained his license plate and arrested him later for operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest and speeding. According to a news ...

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Two killed in two vehicle accident

[1] [2] [3]   DATE: 10/4/10 @ 0030 Hours LOCATION: Hwy 77 & Hwy 112 Junction OFFENSE: Fatality Vehicle Accident CASE:  2010-4738 On 10/4/10 at approximately 0030 hours, deputies with the Gage County Sheriff’s Office came upon a vehicle on fire at the junction of Highway 77 and Highway 112.  Other people who were already on scene were extinguishing the ...

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Hanover Homecoming Candidates

Hanover High School takes on the Elwood Panthers this evening in their homecoming game.  Queen candidates are Christy Bruna, Kim Doebele, and Jenna Kruse.  King candidates are Connor Hynek, Rory Nieman, and Austin Steinfort.  The undefeated Wildcats take the field at 7:00 p.m.

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Southern Homecoming candidates

Southern High School in Wymore will be celebrating their homecoming this evening.  Queen Candidates are Brooke Milligan, Chelsey Plantenga, Stormy Rains, Elisa Rempe, and Shelby Baker.  King Candidates are Gabe Jones, Daniel Barr, Steven Tucker Epp, Devan Baehr and Caleb Bednar.  The undefeated Raiders will take on a strong Tri-County High School team.

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Ward 4 Council persons appointed

Elizabeth Doll will be seated as the new City Council person, replacing Carol Phillips who resigned her seat in Ward 4.  Doll was appointed to the position on a unanimous roll call vote.

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