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Defensive Driving Classes coming up in Clay Center and Washington

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If you would like to sharpen your driving skills, there are going to be a couple of classes coming up in the area offered by the River Valley Extension District. These Defensive Driving Classes will be held in Clay Center on April 3 & 4 from 6-9 pm at the Extension office at 322 Grant Avenue in Clay Center. Participants ... Read More »

Another FSA filing deadline is April 15

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The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Nemaha, Marshall and Pottawatomie Counties is April 15, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought on August 7, 2012 and continuing and who think they are eligible ... Read More »

One FSA filing deadline is April 8

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The expiration date for filing applications for Emergency Disaster (EM) loans by farmers and ranchers in Nemaha, Marshall, Pottawatomie and Riley Counties is April 8, 2013, according to Kay A. McCoy, Farm Loan Manager, for the Farm Service Agency (FSA). Those needing farm credit as a result of drought on June 12, 2012 and continuing and who think they are ... Read More »

53rd Annual Quality Beef Day to be April 13

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The 53rd Annual Quality Beef Day is coming up, Saturday April 13 at Hedstrom Hall in Marysville.  The livestock judging contest will start  the days activities, with registration at 8:30 am and the judging begins at 9:15.  The livestock show will follow, with check in from 7-9 am and the show starting at 10. Pre-registration of beef entries by April ... Read More »

Kansas Wheat Commission looking for 2 to serve on the board

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The Kansas Wheat Commission is looking for two active wheat farmers to fill at-large positions.  The newly elected commissioners would be on the board for three years beginning in April.  As part of the Commission, they set budget priorities, establish policies and procedures that determine research, education and nutrition priorities, along with learning leadership skills and gain insight on the ... Read More »

Severe Weather Awareness Week this week in Kansas

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This week is Severe Weather Awareness Week across the State of Kansas. Tornado sirens will be tested throughout the state on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 pm. Last year, Kansas reported it’s first tornado on February 28 when 8 tornadoes were reported, along with 1 fatality and 12 injuries that day. The main threat for tornadoes in Kansas is April thru June, however they can ... Read More »

2013/2014 Marysville School Calendar

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August 12 New Teacher Orientation Practice Begins 13 Staff Orientation 14 Teacher Workday 15 First Day of School Dismiss at 1:40 15 Open House – Elementary 19 Open House – Jr./Sr. High School 28 Students Dismissed @ 1.30 P.M. for   Teacher In-Service September 2 Labor Day (No School) 16 In-service Day – No   School for Students 11 & ... Read More »

Marshall County Candidates for April 2 City/School Election

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Looking at those running in Marysville for the April 2 City/School Election, first of all for USD 364 Board of Education, running for Position 3 will be Chris Denner and Bob Oliver, both of Marysville.  Incumbent Jada Ackerman did not seek re-election.  For Position 5, incumbent Michelle Reinhart will go up against Marc Degenhardt and Position 6 will have Julie ... Read More »

Washington County Candidates running for April 2 Election

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Washington County has released who will be running for the upcoming City and School Election in April for their respective cities and schools. In Barnes, running for City Council will be Arthur Hetzke, Carolyn Moore, and Nikolas Sedivy.  In Greenleaf, running for Mayor is Delmar Crawford and for City Council is John McGrath and Kevin Buhrman.  Running for City Council in Hanover will be Brian ... Read More »

National Weather Service Spotter Training Talks Scheduled

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Every year, the National Weather Service in Topeka presents spotter talks which are open to the general public. Presentations are typically 1-1.5 hours long, and are given by a meteorologist from The National Weather Service office. Spotter training will focus on storm structure and accurate identification of important cloud features associated with supercell thunderstorms. While attending a talk the National Weather ... Read More »