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Baileyville Resident Wins $22,000 From Kansas Lottery

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TOPEKA, KAN. – Martha Dalinghaus, 52, has never been so happy about winning a free ticket. It was a free 2by2 ticket that won her $22,000 in the August 3 drawing! “I play all the lottery games and have been since the beginning of the Lottery,” said the Baileyville winner.  “When I went to the store Monday, I had matched ...

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Seneca Police Investigate Vehicle Theft

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Seneca Police continue investigation into a vehicle theft. A 2000 Chevy Suburban, with Nebraska tags was reported stolen last Thursday afternoon while it was parked at the Knights of Columbus in Seneca. Anyone who may have seen the vehicle, is asked to contact authorities.

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Two Arrests Made In Seneca Pharmacy Burglary

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The Medical Arts Pharmacy in Seneca was burglarized late last Friday night, or early Saturday. Numerous prescription pills were reportedly taken. Authorities later arrested two Seneca men, Todd Price Jr, age 20, and Reginald Scott Jr, age 25, in connection with the break in. They are being held in the Nemaha County Jail on pending charges.

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Injury Accident Sends Oregon Man To Lincoln Hospital

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An injury accident was reported Thursday afternoon in Blue Springs. Darwin walls, 63, of Enterprise, Oregon lost control of his motorcycle on the curve of U.S. Highway 77 at Broad Street in Blue Springs. He was airlifted from the site to a Lincoln hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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Black Squirrel Invades Comerica Park During Royals Game In Detroit

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Marysville, Kansas is known far-and-wide as Black Squirrel City. But today a black squirrel made a matinee appearance during the Kansas City Royals baseball game at Comerica Park in Detroit. Fox Sports Kansas City broadcasters Ryan Lefebvre and Rex Hudler bantered about the last time they saw a black squirrel, with Lefebvre saying “today”. Watch the video above for a ...

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NEK-CAP Announces Head Start Center Closings

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NEK-CAP, Inc. announced today that they will be closing the Head Start Center in Sabetha, Oskaloosa, Wamego and Troy.  The decision to close the center came after much deliberation and is due to several conditions including changes of some key staff, new expectations from the Head Start Region VII Office, review of Head Start strategic plans, and fiscal evaluation of ...

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Corn Cob Mountain Fire In Washington County Reported Under Control

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The corn cob mountain in Washington County that caught fire Sunday was reported under control as of noon Monday. Firemen were called back Monday morning around 8 a.m., after they had left around 4 a.m., having battled the smoldering fire the previous 18 hours. It’s not confirmed how the 17,000 ton pile of corn cobs ignited. Arson has been ruled ...

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