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Gage County Highway and Weed Superintendents Resign

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The Beatrice Daily Sun reports the Gage County Board of Supervisors held a special meeting Wednesday afternoon and accepted the resignation of Highway Superintendent Marlin Kliewer and Weed Superintendent Emily Rosenthal. The resignations were effective August 31st. Both Kliewer and Rosenthal were suspended with pay on Aug. 1 amid allegations of discrimination from within the highway department. Kliewer and Rosenthal ... Read More »

Authorities Seek Witness to Trailer Theft

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A flatbed trailer was taken from Quality Monuments’ storage on the corner of Highway 77 and Highway 36 on Friday afternoon between 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. The trailer is 18 feet long and has red rails, a black frame, white rims. The trailer is valued at $4500. Authorities are confident the theft was witnessed and the witnesses did not ... Read More »

Marysville Man Killed in ATV Accident

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A Marysville man was killed Wednesday afternoon when the ATV he was riding was struck by a car on Highway 36 at the 7th Road intersection.  According to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office Jim Rowland was on an ATV facing west at the intersection of Highway 36 and 7th Road.  According to the report Roland turned left onto the highway ... Read More »

Four Injured in Accident Saturday

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Marshall County Sheriff’s Office released the official accident report today for an injury accident that occurred Saturday on Highway 36 east of Marysville.  Four People were injured Saturday afternoon when a westbound vehicle driven by Lisa Ohlsen, Seneca, attempted to pass a semi.  According to the report Ohlsen saw oncoming traffic, swerved to the right to avoid the traffic and ... Read More »

Marshall County Fair gets rolling.

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The Marshall County Fair gets rolling Friday afternoon and evening in Blue Rapids.  Entries will be taken for all 4-H and Open Classes from 4-8 pm.  At 6 pm, the Carnival Rides open along with the Petting Zoo and Pony Rides.  The weigh-in of the beef, sheep, swine, and meat goats take place from 6-8 pm and at 7 pm ... Read More »

Semi Accident on Highway 77 sends 1 to hospital.

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The Kansas Highway Patrol worked a semi accident on Hwy 77 about a tenth of a mile north of hwy 36 Wednesday afternoon. According to the report, the semi was northbound on Hwy 77 when the driver lost control of the truck, entered the east ditch and went down the embankment, striking the creek bed at the base of the ... Read More »

Marshall County Fair starts Thursday.

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The Marshall County Fair will get things rolling on Thursday with the 4-H Horse Show halter & Equestrian Events and a Costume & Trail Class at 9 a.m. and at 5 p.m. Thursday is the 4-H Horse Speed Events. The Marshall County Fair runs July 14-19. KNDY will be at the Marshall County Fair in Blue Rapids with live reports ... Read More »

Washington County Fair gets underway.

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The Washington County Fair really gets rolling Wednesday morning, with events all day long. At 8 a.m. is the 4-H horse show with open class foods judging to follow. At 9 a.m. is the Poultry show, along with Electric and poster judging. At 9:30 is Photography, horticulture, and flower judging along with open class clothing, textiles, and hobbies and crafts. ... Read More »

RV catches fire in Marysville

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Marysville firefighters and emergency responders were called to the scene of an RV on fire on Center Street, near 12th Street Sunday afternoon in Marysville. Marshall County Emergency Management Director Bill Schwindamann said a couple from Oregon, their cat and dog managed to escape unharmed from the fire, which billowed thick black smoke. People in the area said they heard ... Read More »

Extra Caution Needed During Extreme Heat

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The National Weather Service is reminding the public each afternoon through Saturday that air temperatures will range from the middle 90s to around 100 degrees and heat index values will range from 102 to 107 degrees. With the prolonged period of heat expected…the risk for heat related illnesses will increase each day during the peak afternoon hours. Take extra precautions ... Read More »