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KNDY Salutes Area FFA Members

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Your Country KNDY salutes all of our area students who are members of the Future Farmers of America. Listen below to several area students as they describe their involvement with the FFA at their school. Read More »

Camper Trailer destroyed in fire near Beatrice Wednesday

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Beatrice Rural Fire Department was called to a camper trailer fire on West Belvidere Road last Wednesday afternoon at approximately 3:30 pm.  When they arrived, they found the camper totally engulfed.  They were able to put the fire out and also worked to prevent a grain bin nearby from catching fire.  No one was injured in the incident. Read More »

Fire Near Green Friday afternoon does some damage

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The Riley County Fire District was called to a structure fire late Friday afternoon, at about 5:45 pm on Fancy Creek Road near Green.  A teenager and child were home at the time of the fire, but they were both outside when the first units arrived.  They told fireman that the upstairs of the house was on fire, and upon ... Read More »

Axtell FFA hosting Food Drive this week

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The Axtell FFA Chapter is hosting a district wide Food Drive this week, with their goal of collecting 2,000 pounds of food for Marshall and Nemaha Counties.  Food can be brought to Axtell High School or left out on your front porch on Friday morning in Axtell and students will pick it up. Read More »

Apartments and Townhomes could be built in Marysville this fall

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Eight one-bedroom apartments, eight two-bedroom apartments, and 24 three-bedroom townhomes could be built in southeast Marysville, with construction scheduled to begin in September, if The Pioneer Group, a Topeka based development firm, along with the Marshall County Community Resource and Education Center can get tax credits from the state housing authority.  The location of these apartments and townhouses would be ... Read More »

Organizational Meeting concerning UP Depot to meet Monday Feb 18 at 7 pm

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A delegation of citizens met with Marysville businessman Leroy Schroller Thursday to discuss potential fundraising and development goals.  The consensus was to invite anyone from the public to an organizational and informational meeting to be held Monday, February 18 at 7 pm at the Marysville Public Library. Representatives from the city have also been invited to participate.  The Marysville City Council ... Read More »

National FFA Week is Feb. 16-23

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February 16-23 is National FFA Week.  The theme for this year is Grow with more than 550,000 members nationwide participating in activities at their school.  FFA members from area schools have recorded spots on KNDY and you will hear them throughout the week and the remainder of the month, telling what FFA has done for them and how it is ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners Minutes 2-11-2013

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The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, February 11, 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.   Chairman Mueller called the meeting to order.   Next regular meeting ... Read More »

Marysville City Council votes to help try and save Depot

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The Marysville City Council has decided to step in to try and save the Union Pacific Railroad Depot from being torn down.  Several folks were in attendance to urge the City to help preserve the depot, which was built in 1929.  Mayor Bill Phillipi told the council it would cost about $75,000 a year to maintain it.  Linda Swim, President ... Read More »

Waterville Opera House and Koester Museum receive Grants for repairs

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The Waterville Opera House and the Koester House Museum in Marysville received news that they will each receive almost $90,000 through the Kansas Heritage Trust Fund Grants.  Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Opera House will receive $89,800 for exterior repair and restoration of windows, doors, and guttering and to do some work on the stone exterior.  The museum will ... Read More »