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Public Affairs: Flint Hills Frontiers

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Scott More and Jeff Adams were our guests on the KNDY Public Affairs program then past two weeks to discuss the Flint Hills Frontier Vision Meetings held in Marysville and Waterville in February & March. Get the complete two-part interview below. About Flint Hills Frontiers Flint Hills Frontiers is an opportunity to come together and explore the future of our ... Read More »

Another FSA filing deadline is April 15

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The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Nemaha, Marshall and Pottawatomie Counties is April 15, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought on August 7, 2012 and continuing and who think they are eligible ... Read More »

One FSA filing deadline is April 8

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The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Nemaha, Marshall, Pottawatomie and Riley Counties is April 8, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought on June 12, 2012 and continuing and who think they are ... Read More »

Singular crowned Miss Rodeo K-State

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Lindy Singular of Linn was recently crowned Miss Rodeo K-State at the 57th annual K-State Rodeo in Manhattan.  Singular is a 2010 graduate of Linn High School and was actively involved in FFA and a 4-H Club member and leader, along with basketball and volleyball. At K-State, she is a working member of the KSU Ag Econ Club and Block & Bridle, plus the ... Read More »

New Pastor at Lanham and Hanover Lutheran Churches

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Pastor Donna Florio has been called to serve St. John’s Lutheran Church in Lanham and Zion Lutheran Church in Hanover. Originally from Colorado Springs, Pastor Donna has been serving a congregation in Oklahoma the past 3 1/2 years. She is a retired teacher, having taught Home Economics and Life Skills. She graduated from Seminary in 2006 and ordained in 2007. ... Read More »

Early Childhood Health Fair April 6 in Marysville

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The Marshall County Parents As Teachers Program will be sponsoring an Early Childhood Health and Safety Fair on Saturday, April 6 from 9 am to noon at the Marysville Armory.  Health and Safety information will be provided by the vendors, which include Community Memorial Healthcare, Marshall County Health Departement, K-State Research and Extension, Marshall County Sheriff’s Office, Marysville Police Department, and Westar Energy. There will ... Read More »

Baynton seeks to withdraw her plea

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Amanda Baynton, sentenced to 15 years in prison for the June 2011 murder of her husband, Derek, has filed a motion seeking to withdraw her plea in the case, citing inadequate counsel by her defense attorney.  She pled no contest a year ago to charges of second degree murder and aggravated assault as part of her plea agreement. District Judge John Weingart has set ... Read More »

Marysville PTO sponsoring food drive this week

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The Marysville Parent Teacher Organization is having a food drive this week, collecting nonperishable food items to donate to the local food pantry. Some of the items they could really use are jelly, peanut butter, cereal, canned fruits, and pancake mix. They would like to collect enough food to fill a refrigerator box. You may drop your food off at ... Read More »

Marysville City Council has short meeting Monday Evening

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Marysville City Council met in regular session Monday evening and with not much on the agenda, the meeting was adjourned at 8:15.  Some of the items discussed were the replacement of a packer for the city, which was approved at a cost of $1,468 from Foley Rental in Manhattan and also the approval of a Rammer from Foley’s, if they ... Read More »