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U.S. 24 Resurfacing Project to Begin in Manhattan


On Thursday, May 21, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on a 5.61-mile portion of U.S. 24 from the K-177 junction north to the K-13 junction in Manhattan (Riley County). Project work includes a 3-inch mill and 3-inch overlay through the concrete portion of U.S. 24 (Manhattan Mall entrance to the water plant) and a 5-inch mill and 5-inch …

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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – May 18th


The Board of County Commission (BOCC) for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, May 18th, 2015 in the Commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Members present:  Tim Mueller, 1st District Commissioner; Roger Otott, Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, Vice-Chairman, 3rd District Commissioner.  Denae Jueneman, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. The next regular …

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Marysville USD 364 Board Meeting Highlights – May 13th


  Approved the following Gifts: Motion carried 7-0. Received an anonymous donation of $60 to help with student lunches. The Senior Class received $150 from Blue Valley Telecommunications. KSCFL received $650 from MCAC (local funding request). Kids University received $220 from Kiwanis Club. The FFA veterinary science team (Lindsey Dankenbring, Grace Luebcke, Hadley Schotte, and Megan Skeen) were presented Resolutions …

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CMH Foundation Run Coming Up Saturday, June 6th


Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare Foundation is gearing up for its annual Big Blue River Days Run on Saturday, June 6th, in conjunction with the Big Blue BBQ and Auto Show. The event features a 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, and timed 5K & 10K races held on the scenic Blue River Rail Trail in Marysville. The 10K will start …

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The Bulldog Report – May 18, 2015


Jacob Stryker, a sophomore at Marysville High School, hosts this edition of The Bulldog Report.  He talks about learning about plants inside and outside of Mrs. Houtz’s classroom, reading and writing with Mr. Cook, and discussing events that led up to a major world war with Mr. Heyd.  Karlee Rockwell is a special guest on this edition as she talks …

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Lunch With The Arts Set For May 27th In Marysville


The Lee Dam Center for Fine Art will be the setting for a” Lunch with the Arts” during the final week of the Hoffman Family Exhibit “Sports, Cats, and Family” on Wednesday, May 27th, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The lunch is open to the public. A $5.00 donation is requested. The exhibit includes work from Mark, Renee, Aaron, …

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Flood Response: Reclaiming Fields After Flooding


Recent heavy rainfall has caused considerable flood damage to fields bordering streams and rivers in the area. A response meeting has been pulled together to assist farmers, specifically in the Little Blue River area, who have had extreme field and property damage from the rapidly moving flood waters. K-State Research and Extension personnel, NRCS engineers and technicians, FSA directors, and …

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KHP Participates In Annual Memorial Day Step Campaign


The peak of summer travel across our nation’s highways is about to begin. The Kansas Highway Patrol will be working additional hours from May 18 until May 31. This additional coverage comes thanks to funding from the Kansas Department of Transportation through the STEP (Special Traffic Enforcement Program) campaign, to help motorists reach their destinations safely. “The Patrol is dedicated …

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Area High School Commencement Ceremonies Set


Area high schools from across the listening area will hold commencement ceremonies this weekend. The Class of 2015 from the area totals 263 graduates. KNDY salutes all of our area seniors. Saturday, May 16th Axtell – 11:00 AM – 13 Seniors Centralia – 1:30 PM – 24 Seniors Diller-Odell – 2:00 PM – 17 Seniors Valley Heights – 2:00 PM …

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes – May 11th


The Marysville City Council met Monday. Debbie Price was recognized for achieving Master Municipal Clerk status. She joins 35 other city clerks in Kansas achieving that level. Update on the City Pool was heard, with plans to open Memorial Day weekend. Project approval and funding, just over $200,000, was given for the Calhoun and Center Street waterline work, taking $90,000 from water revenue fund, …

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