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2 men killed near Manhattan

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Two people were killed in a car vs. semi accident near Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon, just before 4 pm. According to the report by the Kansas Highway Patrol, Christian Rodriguez, age 23 of Wichita, was westbound on US Highway 24 a mile east of Seth Child Road, driving a 1999 Freightliner semi when the second vehicle, a 2001 Toyota passenger ... Read More »

Old Fashioned 4th of July planned in Marysville

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Marysville Chamber of Commerce to host celebration. In honor of Independence Day, the Marysville Chamber of Commerce is excited about their plans for “An Old Fashioned 4th of July” in 2013.  “We hope everyone will join us to celebrate and visit,” said Brenda Staggenborg of the Marysville Chamber of Commerce.  “The day will be filled with a family fun run/walk/bike ... Read More »

Meeting to discuss Alcove Spring is set

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There’s going to be a special meeting coming up Tuesday June 25 at the Blue Rapids Community Center beginning at 1 pm to discuss Alcove Spring. Those who would like to see more visitors at Alcove Spring will want to attend this meeting. Steve Burns, Landscape Architect for the National Park Service and Aaron Mahr, Superintendent of National Trails will ... Read More »

SCC ranked 12th best community college in U S by TheBestSchools.org

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Southeast Community College is ranked the No. 12 community college in the United States by TheBestSchools.org, a leading higher education/career website. The website selected the 50 best community colleges based on a comparison of several studies and ratings of community colleges, as well as the college’s reputation and a review of a large number of notable community colleges. David Redfearn, ... Read More »

USD 364 Board of Education Highlights 6-12-13

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MARYSVILLE USD #364                                                 Regular Board Meeting Highlights                                                                   June 12, 2013   Tennis Court Presentation – Jeff Crist presented a proposal for new tennis courts, which the city council approved to pay for all eight courts on the condition that the school district pay $150,000 over 10 years for three courts and the tennis committee raise private funds combined ... Read More »

Washington hires new City Administrator

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Carl Chalfant has been hired as the new Washington City Administrator and will begin his duties on July 8. He is currently the city administrator for the city of McClouth, which he has been since 2007, prior to that he was city superintendent for the city of McClouth from 1990-2007. His salary has been set at $55,000 a year. Read More »

Homestead Days attendance down this year

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If you attended Homestead Days in Beatrice last week and you thought to yourself that the attendance seemed to be down this year, then you would be correct. About 3,500 less people attended the event this year compared to last year. Last year, nearly 38,500 people attended, while this year, not quite 35,000 people were estimated to have been on ... Read More »

Marshall County Relay for Life is this weekend

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The 2013 Marshall County Relay for Life is scheduled for this Friday night and early Saturday morning at Homer Hanson Stadium in Marysville. It will start at 6 pm with the Survivor’s Lap, followed by many other activities through out the night. New this year is a live auction, which will take place at approximately 9 pm Friday. Among the ... Read More »

Outstanding Citizen Banquet moved to Wagon Wheel

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The Marysville Kiwanis Outstanding Citizen Banquet scheduled for Tuesday, June 18 has been moved to a different location. It was originally going to be held at the Helvering Center, however it has been moved to the Wagon Wheel in Marysville. Bill Oborny will be recognized as the outstanding citizen. Read More »