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Railroad Work To Close US-36 Highway Near Home City Feb. 11-12

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EXPECT DELAYS! Eastbound and westbound U.S. 36 lanes just east of Home City in Marshall County will be CLOSED for a Union Pacific railroad crossing replacement project beginning at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, February 11 and reopening to all traffic at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12, weather permitting. A marked detour will be provided (**see map below for marked ... Read More »

Water and Sewer rates going up for Marysville

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Water and Sewer rates will be going up on the February billing for the city of Marysville as part of the phase to increase the rate to cover the maintenance required for the water and sewer system .  The annual rate increase will mean that the minimum bill of $40.88 for use of 2,500 gallons or less will go up to $43. Updates to ... Read More »

Washington County Conservation Award Winners Announced

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The Washington County Conservation Award winners have been announced.  They are Jim and Debaroh Bruna and Arnold and Eunice Beier, winners of the Soil Conservation Bankers Award, and Chuck and LaMoyne Hardenburger, winners of the Range Management Award. Read More »

City of Washington Mayor passes away

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The City of Washington is mourning the loss of it’s mayor Harold Jones, after he passed away on Saturday Jan. 26, following a long battle with illness.  He was 67.  The city ordinance says that with the passing of an elected official, the president of the council will fill the vacancy until the term expires.  Ryan Kern is the council ... Read More »

MCAC hosting Photography Exhibit at Lee Dam Center

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“Shooting with Dad – Photographs by Scott and Roger Bean” The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is hosting a photography exhibit at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, “Shooting with Dad – Photographs by Scott and Roger Bean.”  The exhibit runs through Sunday, February 17, and features the photography of the father and son team, Scott and Roger Bean. While ... Read More »

Slick roads to blame for one vehicle accident

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There was a one vehicle accident on Highway K-99 just south of the Highway 36 Beattie Junction late Wednesday morning shortly after 11 am. According to the report from the Kansas Highway Patrol, 20 year old Kyla Paczkowski of Plattsmouth, NE was driving a 2006 Chevy passenger car when she lost control on the slick roadway, entered the east ditch ... Read More »

Law Enforcement Looking For Man Impersonating A Cop

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Law enforcement personnel are looking for a man impersonating a police officer. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office put out a notice today to be on the lookout for 45-year-old Robert Wayne Helms of Pittsburg, who could be connected to up to 25 cases of impersonating a police officer, and trying to cash fake checks. According to the release, Helms could be ... Read More »

KCC Ag Trucking Regulations and Exemptions program to be held in Marysville

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Marshall County Farm Bureau, Oregon Trail Equipment, and Southeast Nebraska Coop will be sponsoring a KCC Ag Trucking Regulations and Exemptions program on Tuesday, February 19 at the Marysville American Legion. Doors open at 11 am, lunch at 11:30, and the program starts at 12:15. If you have questions about hauling to terminals or elevators across state lines or you ... Read More »

BVTC to award scholarships to area graduating seniors

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Blue Valley Tele-Communications, Home, KS, will award scholarships in the amount of $500 and $250 to graduating seniors in each of Blue Valley’s twelve telephone exchanges – Axtell, Beattie, Centralia, Home, Linn, Oketo, Onaga, Palmer, Summerfield, Vermillion, Westmoreland, and Wheaton. In addition, $250 scholarships are available for students in Marysville, Bremen, Frankfort, Blue Rapids, Waterville, Washington and Hanover. Applicants will ... Read More »

Flint Hills Frontiers to host a Community Conversation

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Flint Hills Frontiers will have a Community Conversation on Thursday Feb. 7 at the Waterville Community Center in Waterville beginning at 6:30 pm.  You’ll be able to share your thoughts on improving our region, offer ideas on economic activities and jobs, talk about how to improve our quality of life, and discuss how to enhance and protect our natural resources.  ... Read More »