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Marshall County Commissioners Minutes 2-25-2013

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February 25, 2013   The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Robert S. Connell, Chairman, Charles R. Loiseau and Thomas K. Holle members and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present.   The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m.   The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute.   The minutes and agenda ... Read More »

KCI cancelling many flights for tonight and tomorrow.

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The City of Kansas City, Mo., Aviation Department reports that many flights scheduled for Monday evening and Tuesday morning at Kansas City International Airport have been cancelled due to the region’s incoming snow storm. The Department strongly advises travelers and those picking up/dropping off travelers to check their flight status before coming to the airport. Real-time flight status is available ... Read More »

CMH Foundation to hold First Ever Fundraiser this Saturday

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Marysville, KS – CMH Foundation will host its first annual fundraiser, Casino Royale, on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Marysville. The event is open to the public and begins at 7 PM. Tickets are $50 per person or $75 per couple and are available at the door. Each person will receive $15,000 in “casino cash” to ... Read More »

KANSANS URGED TO PREPARE FOR A SECOND WINTER STORM; STATE EOC TO ACTIVATE SUNDAY

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A second winter storm is moving into Kansas Sunday bringing with it the potential for freezing rain, sleet, ice and 6-12 inches of snow for a large portion of the state.  The new storm system follows a winter blast that moved through Kansas Wednesday through Friday dumping 10-14 inches of snow over much of the state. State officials urge Kansans ... Read More »

No major accidents reported in Marshall County during storm

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There were no major accidents reported during the snowstorm Thursday in Marshall County. Two accidents did occur, one just west of Home City on Highway 36, however no major injuries were reported. Marysville reported about 5.5 inches of snow, that after forecasts earlier in the week were thinking we could see upwards of two feet!! Read More »

Man pulled from grain bin Wednesday back at work Thursday

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The man who was rescued from a grain bin at Valley View Milling, located north of Seneca, Wednesday afternoon, was back on the job Thursday already. Mark Haverkamp, who is also chairman of Valley View Milling, wanted to thank all the responders who came to help rescue him. The call came in about 12:40 Wednesday afternoon and he was brought ... Read More »

Washington County Community Foundation accepting applications

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The Washington County Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations, individuals and groups of individuals. Projects must be completed in Washington County. Some of the past grant monies have been used for the Barnes City Park, Washington City Park, Hanover Senior Citizens, and KSDS. Applications are available online at washingtoncountycf.org or at your local post office. The applications ... Read More »

Future of B & B school to be decided March 20

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The future of the Baileyville B&B school district will be decided at a special USD 115 Board of Education Meeting on Wednesday, March 20 at the Nemaha Valley High School Gym in Seneca beginning at 6 pm. They are debating three options, the first is having 6th thru 8th grade attend school in Baileyville with the rest of the students ... Read More »

Alcohol to be allowed at Big Blue BBQ and Autofest to a certain extent

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The City of Marysville has decided to allow alcohol, on a limited basis, at this year’s Big Blue BBQ and Autofest, scheduled for May 31 and June 1. The City Council voted to allow exhibitors in the AutoFest to wear a special wrist band and they may drink alcoholic beverages while they sit with their vehicle. Also, the 7th Street ... Read More »

USD 364 considering options for early dismissals

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The USD 364 Marysville Board of Education wants more time to decide whether to  implement early dismissal for the entire school district every Wednesday next school year or early dismissal the first Wednesday of every month or early dismissal every other Wednesday or no early dismissal at all. The reason staff is asking for extra early dismissals is because of the ... Read More »