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SCC now offering Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles approved STOP Class


Southeast Community College is offering a new online STOP Class that will make it more convenient for drivers to expunge minor traffic tickets. The new online class, approved by the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles, can be scheduled at any SCC Testing Center on the Beatrice, Lincoln or Milford campuses. This effectively eliminates the wait for a class, and drivers ... Read More »

Marysville Library Scheduled To Host Broadband Access Meeting


The Marysville Public Library will host a meeting to discuss the future of broadband access in our area. According to a Library press release Broadband Internet access increases the capacity of Kansas communities to build on their economic base and strengthen tax revenues. The access also helps the area attract and retain businesses. According to the release libraries help overcome ... Read More »

Senator Roberts Meets With Marshall County Residents


Senator Pat Roberts spoke to a crowd of approximately 60 people Wednesday afternoon at Marysville City Hall.  Topics discussed included everything from border security to new light bulb regulations.   Community Memorial Healthcare CEO Curtis Hawkins told Senator Roberts that he is concerned that critical access hospitals are at risk due to changes in Medicare and Medicade regulations.  Roberts stated ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Highlights


Marysville City Council learned that construction of the 7th Street Corridor will continue on February 20th and the tentative completion date is May 14th.  The construction schedule will be subject to weather.   Union Pacific was granted permission to use the City Park for a 150th Anniversary Celebration.  Union Pacific will have several displays, exhibits, and hold a family day ... Read More »

Personal Information Bill Scrapped


Kansas is one of just 8 states in the country that grants access to personal information despite warnings against the practice by federal officials. A bill that would have required the Kansas Department of Corrections to stop granting inmates access to personally identifiable information as they perform contracted data entry and document scanning work for city, county and state government ... Read More »

Recovery Act To Help Bring Fiber Internet to Barnes Exchange


WASHINGTON, March 23, 2010 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the selection of broadband infrastructure projects to give rural residents in 8 states access to improved economic and educational opportunities. Funding for the projects is being provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. “The broadband projects announced today will give rural Americans access to the tools they need ... Read More »