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No major violations found in checklane

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93 vehicles were inspected by the Kansas Highway Patrol and 24 vehicles were inspected by Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, & Tourism in a check lane set up in Nemaha County the first Sunday in December.  No major violations were found by either organization, which was set up on Highway 36.  There were 3 misdemeanor arrests made, along with 2 ... Read More »

Gage County Courthouse may be limited to one side entrance

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Courthouse entrance at the Gage County Courthouse in Beatrice could be limited to just the east side.  This after the bomb threats to several southeast Nebraska courthouses on November 2nd.  Visitors would have to pass through security as they came in.  There would have to be modifications done, such as creating a wider pathway to the doors and installing a ... Read More »

Fire hydrants not possible with Gage County Rural Water Project

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Gage County Supervisors were hoping to install fire hydrants and fire truck fill up points along the rural water project near Wymore, however that will not be possible.  According to Ted McIntyre, the project engineer, fire hydrants being added to the line will not be possible because the system was designed for drinking water.  The line will run from just ... Read More »

K-99 near Beattie to be closed all day Sunday

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All lanes of K-99 near Beattie will be closed all day Sunday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., weather permitting, for a Union Pacific Railroad crossing replacement project.  A marked detour will be provided.  The detour will take you from K-99 to US 36 to US 77 to Nebraska Road 8 and then back to K-99.  Drivers should expect some ... Read More »

Marysville FFA Alumni to hold annual membership drive

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The Marysville FFA Alumni will have it’s annual membership drive  this Monday at the Marysville Livestock.  A meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by a presentation by Kansas State University Agriculture Economist Ted Schroeder. The public is invited to attend. Read More »

Marysville Main Street Board announced for 2013

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The Marysville Main Street 2013 Board was announced recently.  President will be Mary Kueny, Paula Landoll-Smith will be Vice President, Treasurer is Nick Schaefer, and Secretary is Allie Argo.  Connie Ackerman and Lori Snellings were announced as new board members.  Boundaries were also extended to include the Evangelical United Church of Christ, the AT&T Building, and the Lee Dam Center.  ... Read More »

Annual Ag Expo coming up in Beatrice

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Annual Ag Expo Jan. 17 at SCC’s Beatrice Campus Dr. David Kohl, renowned agricultural economist and consultant, will be the featured speaker during the annual Ag Management Expo of Southeast Nebraska, scheduled for Jan. 17 in Beatrice. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the Truman Center on Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus, 4771 W. ... Read More »

City notes from Washington and Marysville

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Here’s a note from the City of Marysville.  The Marysville Brush Dump will only be open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1-5 until further notice. And a note from the City of Washington.  The intersection of 6th and B Street in Washington reopened to traffic Thursday morning. Read More »

Mock accident staged at Washington County High School

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The Washington County High School staged a scary scene with a mock accident Wednesday afternoon in their parking lot. High School Teacher Deb Zabotrksky said the students didn’t go back to class and went out drinking and when they came back into town, they t-boned a vehicle that was leaving the parking lot. There were 3 “injuries” and 1 “fatality” ... Read More »

Chimney fire does little damage

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The Marysville Fire Department responded to a chimney fire south of Home City Wednesday night around 9:50, however the fire was pretty much out when firefighters arrived.  They checked the attic to make sure it hadn’t spread and were able to head back to the firehouse after a short time on the scene.  No major damage was done to the ... Read More »