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Fatality Accident Reported In Washington County Tuesday

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WASHINGTON, KAN. – A tractor-trailer accident along US Highway 36 Tuesday near Washington left a 65-year-old Hanover man dead. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports that Larry Roger Mueller was traveling east on US Highway 36 following farming machinery, when a tractor-trailer attempted to pass his truck. The tractor-trailer was unable to complete the pass, and moved back into the right ... Read More »

Area Lakes & Campgrounds Close As Part Of Federal Government Shutdown

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Due to the government shutdown, Tuttle Creek Lake is required to close all parks until further notice. All campers will have to vacate their sites and all gates and restrooms will be locked. Outlet park shelters will be closed also.  WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is preparing for the closure of USACE-operated campgrounds and day-use parks ... Read More »

Frankfort Woman Injured In Accident Near Beloit

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A Frankfort woman was injured Sunday morning when the car she was driving went out of control and rolled in Mitchell County. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 25 year old Aubrey J. Gunter, was injured when her 2013 Chevrolet model sedan went out of control and rolled. The crash at 6:30 a.m. occurred between and 30th and 40th roads ... Read More »

Jamestown State Bank Robber Sentenced

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A man who was armed with a shotgun when he robbed a bank in Cloud County has been sentenced to federal prison, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said Monday. 24 year old Eric Lee Strait formerly of Concordia, Kan., was sentenced to 28 months in federal prison. Strait was indicted in June 2012. The indictment alleged that on November 14th 2008, ... Read More »

October is “Co-op Month” – Kansas Co-ops Support Communities Through Food Drives

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Topeka, Kansas – October is national “Co‐op Month” and Governor Brownback has proclaimed it “Co‐op Month” in Kansas, as well. Cooperatives across the state and throughout the nation will be celebrating all month long. “Co‐op Month” also includes “International Credit Union Day” on Oct. 17. The Kansas Cooperative Council and our member cooperatives host numerous events in October, highlighting the ... Read More »

KDOT Awards Grant To Improve Highway 36 Access In East Marysville

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The City of Marysville has been awarded a $750,000 grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation toward improving traffic flow, line of sight, and business drive access along a section of US Highway 36 extending east from the old water tower to the former city limits near the Surf Motel. This is the third time the grant has been submitted, ... Read More »

Mascot Finalists Announced For Nemaha Central Schools

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Jaguars, Outlaws, Storm, Thunder, or Titans… No, it’s not a new league. These are finalist mascot suggestions selected for Nemaha Central School at Seneca, when Nemaha Valley and Baileyville B&B consolidate next year. Over forty names were submitted, with a faculty and student committee narrowing those. The USD 115 Board of Education will next decide if they will pare the ... Read More »

Leadership Marshall County Announces 3rd Class

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The third year “pacesetter class” of Leadership Marshall County was introduced Friday preceding the classes first session at Blue Valley Telecommunications in Home City. The twelve members this year include Amy Adams, Becky Claycamp, Nick Gordon, Tim Hilton, Ann Mann, Joy Padgett, Dani Pishney, Lacy Richey, Anthony Ring, Katherine Smith, Kim Stewart, and Rhonda Sunnenberg. Read More »

KSHSAA Revises Classifications For Kansas High School Acitivites

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The Kansas State High School Activities Association today released the revised classification for high schools in the State of Kansas. Classifications are based upon full-time enrollment of grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 on September 20th. No KNDY area schools changed classifications this year. Classifications for high school football run on a 2-year schedule, with revised classifications taking effect in ... Read More »

Red Cross Reminds Donors That Need For Blood Doesn’t Pause For Holidays

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OMAHA, Neb. — Every day, patients across the nation rely on blood donated through the American Red Cross. Nearly 5 million patients need blood transfusions every year. Generous donors in Nebraska City can help the Red Cross meet patient needs by giving blood. “Accident victims can require up to 100 pints of blood, but they aren’t the only people who ... Read More »