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Marshall County Commission Meeting Minutes – Jan. 20th

Marshall County Kansas

The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Thomas K. Holle and Robert S. Connell 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 upon a motion ...

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SCC Among State’s Community Colleges To Reach Transfer Agreement With UNMC

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In an effort to increase the number of registered nurses in Nebraska with bachelor’s degrees, the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing will provide early, guaranteed admission in the RN to BSN program for qualified students enrolled in associate degree nursing programs at the six community colleges in the state. Southeast Community College offers its Associate Degree Nursing ...

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College Brings Trainings To Washington, Kansas Area


(CONCORDIA, KS) – Cloud County Community College (CCCC) will be bringing Agri-Biotechnology Certification Training and Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training courses to the Washington, KS, community. An informational meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 3, at Washington County High School for individuals interested in learning more about the opportunity to receive Agri-Biotechnology or CDL training in their own community. The ...

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Marysville USD 364 School Board Meeting Notes

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The Marysville USD 364 School Board met Wednesday, and rescinded an earlier motion to pave the parking area on property acquired south of the Junior High, opting to wait until a traffic flow plan is established, assuring safety of drivers and pedestrians. Several projects were approved, including $70,000 for Ebert Mayo Design Group to serve as architect in developing an ...

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Auto Accident Claims Life Of Humboldt Man


A fatality accident was reported Friday morning near Table Rock. Dennis J. Schlund, 27, of Humboldt, Nebraska lost control of his vehicle, went off the road and rolled several times. He and his three minor children were unrestrained, and ejected from the vehicle. The driver, Dennis Schlund, died as a result of the accident. No immediate details on the children ...

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Hazardous Materials Study Approved In Plans To Extend Rail Trail


Approval of funding up to $3,500 to move forward with a hazardous materials study for an area south of Beatrice is a next step in plans to extend a trail south to the state line, where it would connect with the Blue River Rail Trail extending to Marysville. An environmental study is required for any potential grant funding that may ...

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Pfizenmaier Sentenced To 32 Months In Prison


Sheldon Pfizenmaier of Green, Kansas was sentenced earlier this month to 32 months in prison, on charges related to an accident October 1st, 2013 on U.S. Highway 36 south of Hanover, which resulted in the death of Larry Mueller of Hanover. Pfizenmaier had pled no contest to three counts, including a felony allegation for failure to stop following the accident, ...

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Gage County District Court Rules In Favor Of Defendants In Scheele Case


A Gage County District Court jury Friday afternoon found in favor of the defendants listed as negligent in a lawsuit filed by Kristina Scheele of Marysville. She had suffered traumatic brain injury resulting from an April 9th, 2012 accident six miles south of Beatrice. Thick smoke from a permitted burn led to her colliding with an oncoming semi. Scheele was ...

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Homestead National Monument Seeking Volunteers


Volunteers interested in assisting with an archive project at the Homestead National Monument in Beatrice are welcome, as efforts are underway beginning this week to sort through, and organize files and documents contributed by the former Dempster Manufacturing Company, which was started in Beatrice in 1878. Assistance in preservation and processing of records, and related materials is welcome, with volunteers ...

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Blue Rapids Museum To Participate In Hometown Teams Focus


The Blue Rapids Museum will participate in a statewide focus on hometown teams. The Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibit will include half a dozen tour stops opening at the end of January, and continuing through mid-November. Blue Rapids is planning several activities, including an alumni exhibit May 23rd, as well as talks this summer on the historic 1913 Major League Baseball ...

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