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Large Crowd on hand for sign unveiling ceremony.

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Nearly 100 people, including more than a dozen Legion Riders, were on hand Monday afternoon for the Sign Unveiling Ceremony to honor Sgt. Joseph Zutterman, Jr and Spc. Michael T. Martin at Marysville City Hall. Kansas Transportation Secretary Mike King emceed the event and introduced the speakers, which included Senator Elaine Bowers of Concordia, who was there in place of Rep. ... Read More »

Sen. Moran accepting applications for internships

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U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) today announced he is accepting applications for congressional internships in his Washington, D.C., and Kansas offices for fall 2013. “Congressional internships offer Kansas students a great opportunity to learn about Congress and the legislative process,” Sen. Moran said. “I hope to give Kansans an opportunity similar to the one I had serving in a congressional ... Read More »

Washington City Dump Closed Until Further Notice

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Due to the recent storm, and the amount of debris, the City of Washington limb/brush site is CLOSED until further notice. We are FULL and CANNOT accept any more material. However, the Washington County Landfill is accepting limbs/brush for FREE at this time, and is in need of limbs/brush for their site!! Please do NOT dump limbs/brush at the City’s ... Read More »

USD 364 Board of Education Special Meeting Notes

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MARYSVILLE USD #364                                                 Special Board Meeting Highlights May 16, 2013     Accepted the following resignations: Dora Gross (Retirement) – Calculus/Algebra Millie Laughlin – Chemistry/Physics Nolan Sump – Gifted at Valley Heights Cheyanne Evans – Paraprofessional at Valley Heights Titus Mohler – Custodian Approved the following extra duty assignments: Veronica Olmsted – Elementary Vocal Music Ross Wright – JH ... Read More »

Washington County Storm Damage Report

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Washington, Palmer, Linn and Hanover seemed to take the brunt of the storm Saturday night as a severe thunderstorm and possibly a tornado did quite a bit of damage, especially in Washington. Sheriff Justin Cordry was driving down Main Street in Washington when the storm hit and he believes damage in Washington was caused by a tornado, maybe not on the ... Read More »

USD 498 to hold special Board Meeting Tuesday evening

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There’s going to be a Special USD 498 Board of Education Meeting Tuesday evening beginning at 7:15 at the Valley Heights High School. Items on the agenda include consideration and possible approval of Administrative Contract, Certified Contract, and Supplemental Contract. Read More »

Area Valedictorians and Salutatorians

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Area Graduations were able to be completed before the stormy weather moved into the area Sunday afternoon, although it did force the Marysville Graduation to be moved inside. Valedictorians and Salutatorians were announced at the commencement exercises. There were 4 Valedictorians at Axtell and they were Kendra Holthaus, Aaron Schmelzle, Audry Schmitz, and Laura Heiman. The other Valedictorians were Dani Schwarz of Marysville, ... Read More »

K-State Rodeo Queen to be at Washington County Rodeo

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Linn native, Lindy Singular, the current K-State Rodeo Queen, will be at the Washington County Rodeo June 7 and 8. She’s the daughter of Lee and Dee Dee Singular and was crowned the K-State Rodeo Queen back in March. She’s a member of the KSU Ag Econ Club and Block and Bridle, and the K-State Rodeo Club. She is a past rodeo queen ... Read More »

2013 Wheat Plot Tour is June 12

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The 2013 Marshall County Wheat Demonstration Plot Tour has been scheduled for Wednesday June 12 at 5:30 pm. In cooperation with Richard Holthaus of rural Axtell, the tour will be held a little over a mile north of Axtell on 30th Road. You’ll see 16 wheat varieties no-tilled into corn residue, including AgriPro’s Art, CJ, and Jackpot, Winterhawk, Oklahoma’s Ruby Lee and K-State’s ... Read More »