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Break-In Reported In Centralia

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The Nemaha County Sheriff reports a break-in in Centralia, at 512 Mulberry. Sometime during the afternoon of October 26th, someone took a chainsaw, medication, and financial papers, valued at $530. Read More »

Lynn Jenkins To Host Coffee Chats In Blue Rapids & Seneca

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United States Representative Lynn Jenkins will host a coffee with constituents in Blue Rapids on Wednesday, June 4th at the Community Center from 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m., and then in Seneca at the Public Library Wednesday from 2:00 – 3:15 p.m. The public is welcome. She will tour Koch and Company in Seneca following the afternoon stop. Read More »

KSHSAA Sets 2013-14 Postseason Assignments

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The 2013-14 postseason assignments are now available for basketball and wrestling. Class 1A sub-state seeding will be on Wednesday, February 26. Brackets will be posted after 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. All games at the primary host site. Quarterfinal boys games will be on Monday and girls on Tuesday at the primary host site. Class 2A, 3A sub-state seeding will ... Read More »

Shed Filled With Tires Burns Near Blue Springs

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Blue Springs Fire Department responded to a fire Wednesday afternoon.  The fire destroyed a tin shed filled with tires and several cedar trees near the shed. The fire was located near the junction of U.S. Highway 77 and Highway 112.  According to the Blue Springs Fire Chief Brad Robinson the fire may have started near an electric fence The fire ... Read More »

Grass Fire Burns Approximately 200 Acres

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A rural grass fire was reported on the east side of Nebraska Highway 4 outside of Lewiston.  Fire departments from Burchard, Pawnee City and Filley were called to the grass fire Tuesday afternoon. The fire started on the east side of Nebraska Highway 4 outside of Lewiston and moved south.  The fire crossed the dirt road 610 Avenue. An estimated ... Read More »

Fire Burns 40 Acres Near Blue Springs

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Local fire departments responded to a harvested corn field on fire at the intersection of 66th and Linden roads near Holmesville Monday afternoon.  Firefighters estimated that 40 acres burned. Blue Springs Firefighters were able to keep the fire from entering the Brethren Cemetery, located about a half mile north of Linden Road. Read More »

Former Co-op Employee Theft Case Moves Forward

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Former Famers Union Co-op/Cenex employee Jodi R. Dewey was bound over to District Court Friday afternoon. Dewey is charged with unauthorized use of a financial transaction device ($1,500 or more) and theft by unlawful taking ($1,500 or more.) During an audit Officials with Farmers Union Co-op/Cenex in Beatrice found discrepancies amounting to $113,844. An investigation by the Beatrice Police Department ... Read More »

Field Fire Southeast of Beatrice

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Dry conditions contributed to a fire southeast of Beatrice near 10th and Lilac Roads on Wednesday afternoon. The fire was caused by a combine’s overheated manifold. A strong wind from the south pushed the fire toward the Big Blue River. The area burned contained corn, beans and alfalfa. Firemen created a staging area on fire’s western flank on South 10th ... Read More »

Plane Crash Injures Two

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A small plane crashes near the intersection of Highway 77 and Highway 24 near Leo’s Airport Saturday afternoon. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol Report the plane took off and the engine died 300 feet from runway. Pilot was unable to restart the engine and the plane crashed in the ditch off of K57. Kansas Highway Patrol Lt. Greg Harkrader ... Read More »

Unclaimed Property Return’s Tour in Seneca

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State Treasurer Ron Estes and staff members will be in Seneca on Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 4:30 in the community room at the Seneca Public Library as part of the State Treasurer‘s ” Unclaimed Property Returns” tour. Anyone can visit the Library and have their name checked for free. In addition, the staff from the Treasurer’s Office will check ... Read More »