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Lightning cause of house fire near Wymore

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Lightning early last Thursday morning has been ruled as the cause of a house fire about 1 1/2 miles southwest of Wymore. The report came in just after midnight and by the time firefighters arrived at 12:20 am, the house was fully engulfed. Sharon Colgrove was the lone occupant and was able to escape without injury, however a cat and ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Notes 4-22-2013

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Marysville City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night with the newly elected council taking their oath and taking their seats. After the oaths were read, the council elected Wayne Price as President. In other business, 4 police car cameras were approved for a cost of just over $24,900, with installation included in that price. Mayor Bill Phillipi announced ... Read More »

Hazardous Occupations Safety Trainings for youth coming in May

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River Valley Extension will be conducting two district wide Hazardous Occupations Safety Training’s in Agriculture, tractor and machinery safety,for youth, ages 14-15, in May. The first training will be Saturday May 11 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the 4-H Building in Belleville and the second one will be Saturday May 18  from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the ... Read More »

Can you volunteer this week?

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This week is National Volunteer Week and everyone is encouraged to volunteer, whether it’s at school, a nursing home or hospital, cleaning up the city park, working at your local food pantry, or helping out the American Red Cross. The Red Cross volunteers teach first aid, CPR, and swimming lessons, Respond to disasters, support blood drives, and help members of the ... Read More »

Work to begin on K-233 soon

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With a chance of rain and snow here early in the week, the start of the resurfacing project from the U.S. 77/K-233 Junction east to the city limits of Oketo may be put on hold, but was scheduled to begin this week. Work to be done includes a 2 inch asphalt overlay and the addition of 3-foot rock edge wedge shoulders. Drivers ... Read More »

Public Affairs: Elaine Bowers – Topeka Government Update

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This week on KNDY Public Affairs we speak with Representative Elaine Bowers, as she gives us an update on the latest government happenings in Topeka. Bowers is a Republican member of the Kansas Senate, representing the 36th district. She has served since 2013. Prior to her election to the Senate, Bowers was a member of the Kansas House of Representatives, ... Read More »

Inmate Escapes Pottawatomie County Jail

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UPDATE 4/20/2013 – Jon Adrian Getzlaf was captured this morning. No further details are available at this time. Westmoreland, Kan. – The Pottawatomie County Sheriffs Office reports that a man, Jon Adrian Getzlaf, escaped from the Pottawatomie County Jail this morning. Pottawatomie County Dispatch reports that he escaped under a fence outside the jail, and was last seen heading south. Getzlaf ... Read More »

SCC – Milford Campus to host Career Fair Tuesday

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Southeast Community College is hosting a Trades & Industry Career Fair from 10 a.m. to noon April 23 in the Lowell A. Welsh Center on the Milford Campus. Ninety-six companies are scheduled to attend from the following states: Arizona California Colorado Georgia Iowa Kansas Missouri Nebraska North Dakota South Dakota Texas Wisconsin SCC programs involved: Architectural-Engineering Technology Auto Collision Repair ... Read More »

53rd Annual Quality Beef Day Results

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The 53rd Annual Quality Beef Day was held on Saturday, April 13, at Hedstrom Hall in Marysville, Kansas. There were 86 head of livestock exhibited by 45 youth and adults from Kansas and Nebraska.  The livestock were judged by Alan “Eddie” Sunberg of Courtland, Kansas Fifty-two youth and adults participated in the 4-H, FFA, and Adult Livestock Judging Contest. “We ... Read More »