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Marshall County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes – Feb. 3

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The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular session with Thomas K. Holle Chairman; Robert S. Connell member and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. Commissioner Charles R. Loiseau was absent from the meeting. 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 ... Read More »

Beatrice City Council Meeting Notes

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Beatrice City Council Monday voted unanimously to add a half percent sales tax to the May 13 ballot. Earmarked for street improvements, the proposal would bring the local sales tax to a total of 2%. An interlocal agreement with Gage County was also adopted, whereby if the increase passes, up to 5% of the funds would be used for improvement ... Read More »

Washington County Board of Commissioners Meeting Minutes – Feb. 3

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The Board of County Commission for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, February 3, 2014 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Members present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Dimler, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. Next regular meeting ... Read More »

Traffic Emergency Declared In Washington Due To Snowstorm

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In anticipation of the approaching weather, the City of Washington is declaring a traffic emergency beginning at midnight tonight (Monday night). For the duration of the declared traffic emergency, it shall be unlawful to park a vehicle on any street designated an emergency snow route, or to operate a vehicle, unless it is capable of safely traveling through the designated ... Read More »

Julie Yu To Guest Direct Handel’s “Messiah”

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Rehearsals for The Messiah Project, a joint production between the Marshall County Arts Cooperative and the Marshall County Community Choir, will start Sunday, February 9, at 2:00 p.m. in the vocal music room at Marysville High School. Rehearsals lead to a concert of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah” on April 12 and 13. To put together a concert of this masterwork ... Read More »

Marysville USD 364 Announces its Superintendent Selection

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The Marysville USD 364 Board of Education pleased to announce that a contract for Superintendent of the district has been offered and accepted by Lloyd W. “Bill” Mullins. Lloyd W. “Bill” Mullins is currently High School Principal at Riverview High School in Searcy, Arkansas. Prior positions were Assistant Principal/Director of Special Projects at Waldron Middle School in Waldron, AR; American’s ... Read More »

Support The Red Cross, Help Patients By Giving Blood

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OMAHA, Neb. — Across the country, the American Red Cross is reminding communities that March is Red Cross Month. In the U.S., nearly 5 million patients need blood transfusions every year. By making an appointment to give blood this month, eligible donors can help the Red Cross meet patient needs. “The Red Cross relies on the support of the American ... Read More »

February Events In Marysville & Marshall County

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Get your tickets to L.O.V.E. Marysville! Deadline is Monday, Feb. 3! The evening will include a Happy Hour with Appetizers, Prime Rib & Chicken Dinner, Champagne Toast and Dancing to Daren & Randy Live!, all in a formal atmosphere. (formal attire encouraged, but not required) We will also honor our 2nd recipients of the L.O.V.E. Marysville Award, John & Mary Howard. ... Read More »

Food Allergy & Intolerances Program Scheduled

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In today’s world, more and more people are developing sensitivities to wheat, milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, shellfish and/or fish. Sometimes, as in allergies, the sensitivities are so severe that they can be life-threatening. Other times, as in intolerances, the reactions aren’t life-threatening but can be painful and very uncomfortable. Food allergies and intolerances will be the topic of ... Read More »