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Election Day Tuesday; Handful Of Local Races On The Ballot

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Tuesday is Election Day. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and a photo I.D. is required to vote. Relatively little in the way of local races on the ballot in Marshall and Washington counties. USD 113 Prairie Hills, including patrons in Marshall and Nemaha counties, will decide whether or not to allow raising the capital outlay ... Read More »

BVTC To Upgrade Marysville & Hanover Internet Speeds

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Home, Kan. —  Blue Valley Tele-Communications announced its plans to upgrade the current Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS-2) plant servicing Marysville and Hanover to a DOCSIS-3. The new system will allow for faster upload and download speeds and more reliability. “We are seeing the demand for additional bandwidth across our service area. From smart TV’s, to tablets and ... Read More »

Injury Accident Sends Marysville Woman To Hospital

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An injury accident was reported Monday morning in Marysville. Jessica N. Meyer of Marysville and Ellen L. Barber of Marysville collided at the intersection of North Street, and North 14th Street. Barber was taken by ambulance to Community Memorial Healthcare in Marysville. Read More »

Advanced Beef Cattle & Health Training Session Planned In Washington

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An Advanced Beef Cattle Care and Health Training session is planned Tuesday evening in Washington. The free workshop is to focus on standards and technologies to improve animal welfare, and food safety. Producers and veterinarians will receive Beef Quality Assurance training and information, relevant to the cow calf, stocker, and feedlot industry, animal husbandry best management practices, and downed animal ... Read More »

Gage County Supervisors Opt Not To Increase Security At Courthouse

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Gage County Board of Supervisors on a 4-3 vote opted not to increase security measures at the county courthouse. A motion to require the public pass through screening was amended and would have required anyone, including staff, to be screened, resulting in confusion on the vote. On a revote, the decision stood that current practices will remain in place, and will not ... Read More »

Dierking Elected Chairman Of The Kansas Association Of Broadcasters

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Bruce Dierking of Marysville was recently elected Chairman of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters at their annual meeting October 18-20 in Wichita. A board member since 2009, he currently serves as Chairman Elect, and last year was Secretary/Treasurer for the organization, which represents 284 member radio and television stations in Kansas. Dierking owns and operates radio stations KNDY/KNDY FM Marysville, ... Read More »

Lower Big Blue Natural Resource District To Discuss Rail Trail Expansion

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The Lower Big Blue Natural Resource District will again take up discussion on a proposal that they take ownership of the Rail Trail south of Beatrice to the state line. No action was taken as the matter was discussed previously in August. The Nebraska Trails Foundation has currently raised some $814,000 of the estimated $840,000 cost of construction of the fifteen mile ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Notes

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. Considerable time was spent discussing appropriate amendments to previous council minutes. The discussion was prompted when Carla Grund submitted a list of some twenty changes to the previous meeting minutes, and a motion to approve as amended failed with the Mayor voting no, to break a 4-4 tie vote. Following discussion, a motion to approve the minutes as ... Read More »