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Arrest Made In Attempted Vehicle Theft In Washington

Washington County authorities arrested Shawn Clark of Belleville last Tuesday, after responding to an attempted vehicle theft in the 300 block of West 6th Street in Washington. He was held in the county jail on $5,000 bond.

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Kansas Water Vision Team Holds Community Meeting

Last week the Kansas Water Vision team completed a series of twelve community meetings to unveil the preliminary discussion draft of the state Water Vision Plan. Stops included Washington, Kansas.

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Community Memorial Healthcare Welcomes New CFO

Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) announces the selection of Beverly J. Fiferlick as the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at the hospital. Her start date is July 14, 2014. With over 11 years of health care experience, Fiferlick will be responsible for all financial operations at CMH. Community Memorial Healthcare, Inc. is a community system that operates a ...

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Troopers Again Inspecting School Buses Across The State

This month and next, as parents are purchasing their kids’ school supplies, teachers are prepping their classrooms, and students are looking forward to seeing their friends again, the Kansas Highway Patrol will be working to ensure these students are kept safe on their travels to and from school. Every July and August, KHP troopers, in conjunction with school districts across ...

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Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday For Primary Elections

Tuesday, July 15th at 5:00 p.m. is the deadline to register to vote in the August Primary. Party candidates will be selected for the November General Election. Those who have moved or changed names will also need to re-register at the County Clerks’ Office in their respective county. Advance voting begins Wednesday, July 16th. Voters can request a mail ballot, or vote in the County Clerks’ ...

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Public Health Advisories, Warnings Concerning Blue-Green Algae in Kansas Waters

TOPEKA, Kan. – (July 10, 2014) The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) samples publicly accessible bodies of water for cyanobacteria, commonly called blue-green algae, when the agency is alerted to a potential algae bloom in Kansas lakes. When harmful algal blooms are present, KDHE, in cooperation with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) and other ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

The Marysville City Council met in special session Tuesday, July 8th ahead of a scheduled budget workshop. Following two fifteen minute executive sessions, a motion was approved to redact and release a previous memo. The special session was then adjourned, and council began the workshop. Discussion followed on a potential tractor replacement, possible acquisition of a mower trailer, a snow ...

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Recent Fires In Washington County Keep Crews Busy

Recent fire calls in Washington County, include a ditch fire July 2nd near Washington in the 1800 block of 20th Road, a baler fire near Linn July 2nd in the 500 block of King Road, a wheat field caught fire near Mahaska July 4th in the 800 block of 29th Road, a grass fire was reported July 4th in Washington ...

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News Tip Leads To Arrests In Pottawatomie County

A news tip Tuesday led to the arrest of four suspects in connection with several thefts over the July 4th weekend. Video surveillance from the Marysville Walmart was released, along with a vehicle description. A caller to authorities had identified one of the vehicles involved, and the four were taken into custody in Pottawatomie County

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Investigations Continue Into Weekend Thefts

Several thefts in Marysville over the weekend remain under investigation. Authorities released video of several suspects from the Marysville Walmart, who reportedly were traveling in an RV stolen in Omaha. They had a stolen red four door pickup, along with the white majestic RV. A ‘96 Ford F-250 pickup, flatbed trailer and mower, as well as a side by side ATV were stolen, ...

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