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More than 10,000 feet of copper wire stolen

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More than 10,000 feet of copper wire, valued at nearly $10,000 was taken from an area just north of the Blue Springs Cemetery. It’s believed the theft occurred sometime between December 17th and Christmas Day. Gage County officials are following leads, but if anyone has any information, you’re asked to call the Gage County Sheriff’s Office at 402-223-5221 or Gage ... Read More »

City of Beatrice has to make snow removal decisions

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With recent snowfalls, Beatrice officials have had to make some critical decisions in regard to clean up. Salt and sand will be laid primarily by yield and stop signs as well as on highways passing through town. Snow will not be removed from residential roadways unless there is more than 2 inches of snow. These changes were made because the ... Read More »

Intruder Drills to be conducted in Marshall County Schools

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The recent school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut have called for a plan of action locally. Now, along with tornado and fire drills, the Marshall County schools have called for set intruder drills. Plans have already been set in the Marysville Public Schools and practice runs have been placed in their schedules. Police Chief Todd Ackerman said that he would be ... Read More »

Bull buying questions to be answered Jan. 18th

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As the spring bull-buying season approaches, make sure you are ready to make the best genetic decisions for your operation.  With EPD’s (Expected Progeny Differences) on so many characteristics, how do you know what is most important for your operation?  What are selection indexes and genomically-enhanced EPD’s?  On January 23rd there will be an EPD and Genetics School held at ... Read More »

Lease Arrangements workshop coming up soon

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Developing lease arrangements on pasture or cropland can be difficult, especially in today’s unpredictable markets and weather.  Workshops will be offered on January 15th at the American Legion in Concordia from 1:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. and January 16th at the Kloppenberg Center in Hanover from 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Read More »

Winter Ranch Management Seminar coming up soon

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The K-State Winter Ranch Management Seminar is held annually by broadcasting speakers to multiple locations across Kansas at the same time.  This year it will be held January 8th with nine different locations, the closest ones to RVED being held at the Manhattan campus and the Astra Bank in Belleville, KS.  This year’s topics will be Protection and Restoration of ... Read More »

KARL Program seeking applicants

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The KARL Program is seeking applicants for it’s next class and are available on the karlprogram.com website, beginning January 1st.  Forms need to be submitted by April 15th.  Once the deadline passes, applicants will undergo a screening process and up to 45 of the top candidates will be invited for personal interviews in May 2013.  New class members will be ... Read More »

Todd Becker Foundation to be in Belleville Monday

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The Todd Becker Foundation, a touring high school assembly organization out of Kearney NE, announced today its plans to bring their “New Year – New Life” event to Belleville High School in Belleville on December 31, 2012.  The night’s event will entail a special, New Year’s Eve outreach starting at 9:00 P.M and ending just after midnight, geared toward youth ... Read More »

Naaf Family loses everything in house fire

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The John and Katie Naaf family lost their house to a fire late Wednesday morning.  The Beattie, Summerfield, and Oketo Fire Departments responded to the fire, but by the time they got there, it was too far along to save the home.  Nobody was home at the time as the parents were at work and the kids were at a ... Read More »

Your donation would be gladly welcomed at any organization

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December typically brings a flurry of donations for worthy causes, as year-end tax planning considerations drive decisions.  Some worthwhile local endeavors to consider would include community foundations.  The Washington County Community Foundation annually supports a variety of community projects for the benefit of the county.  A matching program toward eight different causes was recently announced.  These include the Washington County ... Read More »