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Three Teens arrested in Southern Gage County on Burglary Charges

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Three teenagers, including one juvenile, were arrested Sunday morning in Southern Gage County in connection to a burglary that occurred on Walnut Road. According to Gage County Authorities, a resident of Walnut Road called the Gage County Sheriff’s Office as he observed three men taking items from vehicles parked on his property. He approached them and recognized one of the men, ... Read More »

53rd Annual Quality Beef Day to be April 13

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The 53rd Annual Quality Beef Day is coming up, Saturday April 13 at Hedstrom Hall in Marysville.  The livestock judging contest will start  the days activities, with registration at 8:30 am and the judging begins at 9:15.  The livestock show will follow, with check in from 7-9 am and the show starting at 10. Pre-registration of beef entries by April ... Read More »

MHS working towards a grant, need parents help

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Marysville High School is working towards a grant opportunity and needs the help of the parents with children currently attending MHS. The Culture of Excellence and Ethics Assessment survey is administered as part of the Safe and Supportive Schools grant, awarded to the Kansas State Department of Education by the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, U.S. Department of ... Read More »

SCC offering class on our National Parks

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How much do you know about our hidden treasures, the nation’s national parks? Did you know that the National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center is located in Lincoln? Southeast Community College is offering a course titled “America’s Best Idea: Get to Know Your National Parks.” The class will run from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursdays from April 4-18 at SCC’s Continuing Education ... Read More »

Frankfort man arrested, hit and run in Washington County

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A Frankfort man was arrested last Thursday by the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Jeremiah D. Arnold, age 32, was also arrested for driving with a suspended license. He remains in custody. Meanwhile, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a hit and run incident at the Pony Express Café and Service Station south of ... Read More »

Second Leadership Marshall County Class Graduates

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The second Leadership Marshall County class, the Trailblazer Class, will graduate tonight.  It will be held at the Beattie Community Center, starting at 5:30 with a Social Hour and 6:30 is Graduation.  The featured speaker will be Don Landoll, Founder, President, and CEO of Landoll Corporation in Marysville. Read More »

Applications being taken for Tuttle Creek Watershed program

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Applications are being taken for the Tuttle Creek Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy Cost Share Program.  It is for farmers and livestock producers in Marshall and Washington Counties within the Lower Little and Big Blue River Watersheds.  Applications are available at your local Conservation District offices.  You may also contact them for cost share rates, program summary, and details.  In ... Read More »

City of Washington has openings for Mayoral appointed jobs

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The City of Washington has several openings on various boards.  The only qualification you must have is that you reside in the City of Washington.  A Fairboard Coordinator, a member of the Municipal Golf Course Board, two positions on the Library Board, a member for the Washington County Solid Waste Committee are needed for positions to be filled by Mayor ... Read More »

Walk Kansas begins Monday

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The Walk Kansas Fitness Challenge begins Monday.  It’s a 10 week health and fitness program encouraging teams of 4 or individuals to log minutes of activities.  Anything from mowing the lawn, raking the leaves, simply going for a walk or run, to exercising all count toward your minutes.  The goal is to help people learn to make physical activity a habit and improve ... Read More »

Daylight Savings Time returns this weekend

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A reminder that Daylight Savings Time returns this weekend.  Remember to set your clocks ahead one hour before going to bed Saturday night.  The time officially returns at 2 am Sunday morning. Read More »