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Eight head of cattle found dead in Nemaha County

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Eight head of cattle were found dead in late April north of Seneca, apparently poisoned by a bucket of Furadan, a trade name for Carbofuran, which controls insects in field crops, including potatoes, corn, and soybeans. The seven cows and a bull were able to reach the bucket and pull it inside the fence where they ingested it. According to Nemaha County ... Read More »

STEP Executive Director announced

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The STEP Foundation Board of Directors has hired Leslie Scoby as it’s new Executive Director. She replaces Tami Haverkamp who resigned earlier this year to spend more time with her family. Scoby is a retired teacher and lives in Sabetha with her husband, Gary, and they have four children and 10 grandchildren. Read More »

Construction of Wind Farm in Marshall County expected this year

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Construction of a wind farm between Beattie and Summerfield is planned for sometime this year. RPMAccess of Des Moines, IA, would like to start building this year because federal subsidies for wind farms are expected to expire at the start of 2014. RPMA is planning to build 35 wind turbines and may have it’s power transmitted to metropolitan areas. Read More »

Two Wymore residents arrested for Methamphetamine use

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Two Wymore residents were arrested Wednesday afternoon for possession of methamphetamine. According to Gage County Court documents, Wymore Police and a child protective services worker were called to an apartment in the 1000 block of West D Street in Wymore where Roger Cline, age 43, and Amanda Cline, age 33 live, in early April from a child abuse hotline complaint. The officers ... Read More »

Public Affairs: Robbin Cole of Pawnee Mental Health Services

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Robbin Cole, Executive Director of Pawnee Mental Health Services in Manhattan was our guest this week for our KNDY Public Affairs program. She talked with our own Kevin Rippe about Mental Health Month, which takes place all this month. Listen to the entire interview below. 5-11-13-mental-health-month Read More »

Staggenborg recognized at Kansas Sampler Festival

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Marysville Chamber of Commerce Secretary Brenda Staggenborg was one of ten people recognized at the Kansas Sampler Festival held last weekend in Liberal. She received a WeKan Award for “Making it Happen” in Marysville. U.S. Highway 36 Association, which Chad Kramer is President of, was also recognized for a Century of Promoting east to west as the Association just recently celebrated ... Read More »

4 area High School Graduations to be held this weekend

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Four area High School Graduations will take place this Saturday as Graduation season begins. Centralia High School’s ceremony will be Saturday afternoon beginning at 1:30 pm in the High School Gymnasium with 18 seniors in the 2013 class. Diller-Odell’s graduation will be Saturday at 2 pm in the High School Gymnasium with 29 seniors. Frankfort’s graduation will be Saturday at 4:30 pm in the ... Read More »

Cambridge Place to celebrate National Nursing Home Week next week

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May 12-18 is National Nursing Home Week and Cambridge Place in Marysville will be celebrating all week long with events each day. On Monday at 1 is a Balloon Lift Off, Tuesday is a resident and staff BBQ lunch, Wednesday is a resident and staff pizza lunch along with games up and down the halls, Thursday evening at 6:30 is Open ... Read More »

Stamp Out Food Hunger Day is this Saturday

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This Saturday, May 11, is the 21st annual National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp out Food Hunger Drive. Carriers will pick up non-perishable food items while out on their route. Just leave your food items by your mailbox. Last year, over 73 millions pounds of food was collected nationwide, the largest one day food drive nationally since it’s inception. Read More »