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Update On Missing St. George Woman From RCPD

On January 20, 2014 at approximately 2:00 PM, the Riley County Police Department was made aware of a vehicle that was located in the Tuttle Cove Park north of Manhattan. This vehicle was registered and used by a female who was reported missing by the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office and this new information initiated a foot search of the area. ...

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Missing Woman Prompts Search Of Tuttle Cove; Authorities Request Assistance

A missing St. George woman prompted a police search of Tuttle Cove on Monday at Tuttle Creek Lake. The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Jane Peterson, 56, who was reported missing on Sunday. Her 1999 Toyota Tacoma was found at Tuttle Cove at Tuttle Creek Lake. The Sheriff’s Department began searching the area around the cove with dogs, ...

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Injury Accident Sends Marysville Boy To Hospital

An injury accident Saturday morning in Manhattan sent a Marysville boy to the hospital. Thirty-two-year-old Nathan Musil of Marysville struck a vehicle stopped at a traffic light on Tuttle Creek Boulevard at around 7:30 am. A passenger, 7 year old Joshua Musil of Marysville was taken to Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan with possible injuries.

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Complete TVL Tournament Scoreboard & Schedule – Sat. Jan. 18

GIRLS Axtell 67, Onaga 30 Baileyville B&B 59, Blue Valley 30 Centralia 54, Clifton-Clyde 15 Hanover 52, Doniphan West 43 Linn 45, Frankfort 31 Wetmore 38, Troy 37 BOYS Axtell 43, Washington County 38 Baileyville B&B 45, Frankfort 33 Centralia 51, Blue Valley 33 Clifton-Clyde 59, Troy 56 OT Hanover 82, Wetmore 56 Linn 56, Doniphan West 36 BOYS UPCOMING ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

The Marysville City Council opted to postpone a decision on a planning committee recommendation to rezone a 3 1/2 acre property east of Marysville from suburban residential to multi family, allowing for construction of 22 duplexes near the new water tower. Neighbor concerns to the south regarding water runoff issues had forced developers to revisit the request. Earlier the city ...

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Pinnacle Bank Robbery Suspect Sentenced

A Lincoln man who had just been released from prison, and then robbed Pinnacle Bank in Beatrice last August was sentenced to 30-40 years behind bars in connection with the incident. Lucious Turner and another man made off with over $1,000 in the robbery. The two were detained north of Beatrice a short time later. The other man involved, Gilbert ...

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Nemaha County Commission Meeting Notes

Nemaha County Commissioners met Monday. A preliminary cost estimate for a new fire station at Corning was approved. Kansas Department of Transportation has advised that a bridge replacement project on K-63 north of Seneca is to begin no later than March 1st. Discussion was held concerning the possibility of moving from volunteers to a paid staff ambulance service. No decision ...

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National Weather Service To Host Safety & Information Talks

Every year, the National Weather Service in Topeka presents severe weather safety and information talks which are open to the general public. Presentations are typically around 90 minutes long, and are given by a meteorologist from our office. The 2014 show will focus on severe storm safety, preparedness, and awareness. Storm structure and accurate identification of important cloud features associated ...

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Marysville USD 364 Announces Finalists for Superintendent Interviews

Marysville, Kansas – The Marysville USD 364 Board of Education is pleased to announce that they have selected five candidates to interview for their superintendent vacancy. The candidates selected for interviews are: Mike Nulton – Allen, Kansas Adam McDaniel – Atwood, Kansas Carolyn Eide – Whiting, Iowa Leland “Jamie” Rumford – Cheney, Kansas Randy Freeman – Marysville, Kansas Interviews are ...

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