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Applications being taken for Tuttle Creek Watershed program

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Applications are being taken for the Tuttle Creek Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy Cost Share Program.  It is for farmers and livestock producers in Marshall and Washington Counties within the Lower Little and Big Blue River Watersheds.  Applications are available at your local Conservation District offices.  You may also contact them for cost share rates, program summary, and details.  In ... Read More »

City of Washington has openings for Mayoral appointed jobs

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The City of Washington has several openings on various boards.  The only qualification you must have is that you reside in the City of Washington.  A Fairboard Coordinator, a member of the Municipal Golf Course Board, two positions on the Library Board, a member for the Washington County Solid Waste Committee are needed for positions to be filled by Mayor ... Read More »

Walk Kansas begins Monday

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The Walk Kansas Fitness Challenge begins Monday.  It’s a 10 week health and fitness program encouraging teams of 4 or individuals to log minutes of activities.  Anything from mowing the lawn, raking the leaves, simply going for a walk or run, to exercising all count toward your minutes.  The goal is to help people learn to make physical activity a habit and improve ... Read More »

Daylight Savings Time returns this weekend

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A reminder that Daylight Savings Time returns this weekend.  Remember to set your clocks ahead one hour before going to bed Saturday night.  The time officially returns at 2 am Sunday morning. Read More »

Deadline to register to vote is March 12

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The deadline to register to vote in the April 2 city and school election is Tuesday, March 12.  New residents of Kansas must provide proof of citizenship and residency to register to vote.  It can be a driver’s license, birth certificiate, or passport.  Also, if you’ve moved or changed names since the last election, you must re-register by March 12.  ... Read More »

New City Administrator for Seneca hired

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The Seneca City Council hired a new City Administrator Wednesday night at their meeting.  Matt Rehder, who has served as the planning and zoning director for the City of El Dorado the past six years was hired.  He has a Master’s Degree from the University of Nebraska – Omaha in public administration.  Redher is schduled to start on April 8 ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners Minutes 3-4-2013

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The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, March 4, 2013 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present:  Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner; and Denae Dimler, County Clerk.   Next regular meeting will be Monday, March 11, 2013 at 8:30 ... Read More »

Two area businesses win KSBDC Emerging and Existing Businesses of the Year

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HAYS, Kan. — The Kansas Small Business Development Center (KSBDC) has announced the 2013 Emerging and Existing Businesses of the Year. Each of the eight KSBDC regional centers selected one emerging and one existing business for the award. In total, 16 Kansas small businesses will be recognized at a ceremony in Topeka on Tuesday, March 12. The businesses were selected ... Read More »

Marshall County Arts Cooperative to sponsor Lunch with the Arts

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The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is hosting another Lunch with the Arts.  The event will be held at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, 201 South 9th Street, Friday, March 15, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. In conjunction with the arts cooperative’s current exhibit at the art center, “ … of big and little … ,” the group ... Read More »

Vision Meeting held in Marysville Tuesday

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Flint Hills Frontiers held a visioning session Tuesday evening at the Marysville Junior High Cafeteria, with about 40 people attending. During the session, the staff from the Flint Hills Regional Council, based at Ft. Riley, heard the views of those attending and trying to help them define the future needs of the region, then later in the evening they asked what makes the Flint ... Read More »