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Grocers To Participate In Locally-Grown Specialty Crop Program

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A pilot program to benefit local economies and consumers by bringing fresh specialty crops into grocery stores will debut in Marysville and Blue Rapids on Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27. Besides offering locally-grown carrots, Swiss chard and kohlrabi for sale, demonstrations will provide samples, cooking tips and recipes using seasonal, locally-grown produce. Crome’s Market, Marysville, and Gator’s Hometown ... Read More »

Washington Resident Arrested In Fairbury

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A Washington, Kansas woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon in Fairbury. Thirty-Eight year old Andrea Tegethoff is being held on $75,000 bail. She is suspected of forgery and theft amounting to more than $1,500 at a Fairbury animal clinic. Read More »

Arrest Made In Connection To Lincoln Armed Robbery

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An arrest was made in Beatrice Tuesday afternoon in connection with an armed robbery earlier that day in Lincoln at Members Own Credit Union has one suspect in custody. Two others initially believed to have been involved were detained, but have reportedly been released. The three were taken into custody in Beatrice. A vehicle believed to have been involved with ... Read More »

Expect Delays On Highway 36 In Nemaha & Brown Counties

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Traffic will be reduced to one lane, with a traffic signal operating on each of four bridges on US Highway 36 in Nemaha and Brown counties for construction work. Traffic may be delayed as a result for the duration of the project, with expected completion in mid-November. Read More »

Washington County Commission Amends Longevity Pay Motion

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The Washington County Commissioners met Monday, and amended a previous motion regarding longevity pay to include only full time employees. A representative from North Central Regional Planning provided a cost benefit analysis on the Grain Belt Clean Line electric transmission line proposed that would cross Washington County. He also presented a map showing counties participating in the Rural Opportunity Zone ... Read More »

Marysville USD 364 Board Meets, Elects President & Vice President

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The Marysville USD 364 School Board met Monday. Sonya Stohs was elected board president, Todd Milner vice president. The proposed budget was approved, with the budget hearing set for August 12th, at 6:30 pm. A motion was passed requiring students maintain at least 65% passing grades in at least five subject areas to qualify for athletic and extra-curricular activities. Retirement ... Read More »

City Of Washington To Shut Down Water Tower At 8:30 AM

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The City of Washington is dealing with a water mess, and it is only going to get worse this morning. As part of the repairs, after two water mains broke on Tuesday, city crews plan to shut down the water tower at approximately 8:30 a.m. to repair a water valve. Utility customers in the 500 block of West 3rd Street ... Read More »

UPDATE: Injury Accident On US-77 South Of Waterville

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Update to a story earlier today: A semi and SUV collided on US-77 south of Waterville early Tuesday morning. Just after 1:30 am, the SUV, driven by 52 year old Greig R. Olney of Manhattan had apparently drifted into the opposite lane and collided head on with the semi driven by 54 year old Douglas W. Ford of Axtell. Olney ... Read More »

City of Washington Asking Residents To Conserve Water

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City of Washington utility customers are being asked to conserve water due to a water main break in the 100 block of C Street. The water tower level is low. Residents along C Street north of 2nd Street may experience low water pressure or no water for a few hours while crews fix the leak. Information Courtesy of the Washington ... Read More »

Multi-Vehicle Accident Closes US-77 Overnight

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US-77 south of Waterville was closed to traffic overnight for nearly 3 1/2 hours following a multi-vehicle accident involving a semi. The accident was reported around 2:15 am, between mile markers 205 and 211. No other immediate details available. US-77 was reopened to traffic this morning at 5:45 am. Read More »