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Jerry Moran “Listening Tour” Coming To Frankfort Nov. 19

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Jerry Moran will visit Marshall County this Friday, November 19, 2010 during his annual Listening Tour. Moran is visiting communities in each of the 69 counties of the First Congressional District and will be in Frankfort on Friday to hear from local residents. Moran will meet with residents at First National Bank, located at 124 N. ...

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Area Election Preview from KNDY News

Voters Tuesday will choose national, state, and local candidates.  Polls for the general election will be open 7 am to 7 pm. A one cent sales tax increase for the city of Marysville that would fund a proposed new swimming pool, park and tennis court improvements, and provide for construction of a new fire station will be on the ballot.  ...

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Area Prep Football Scoreboard – Fri. Oct. 8

NCKL: Abilene 27 – Marysville 21 Clay Center 32 – Wamego 7 Concordia 38 – Chapman 14 TVL – 8 man Axtell 55 – Kickapoo Nation 0 (ended at the half) Baileyville 31 – Hanover 28 OT Hope 42 – Linn 20 Frankfort 54 – Bern 8 Southern Cloud 46 – Blue Valley 0 Clifton-Clyde 38 – Wakefield 16 TVL ...

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Area Football Scores – Sept. 3

Twin Valley League 8-Man Football Axtell 50, Blue Valley 0 Baileyville B&B 78, Cair Paravel 16 Clifton-Clyde 45, Linn 0 Hanover 40, Pike Valley 2 Lewiston, NE 49, Bern 0 Southern Cloud 26, Frankfort 0 Twin Valley League 11-Man Football Centralia 14, Riley County 13 Valley  Heights 12, Onaga 8 Washington County 36, Republic County 6 North Central Kansas League ...

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Pools open

As schools start in the area, pools will be closing.  The Marysville city pool’s last day will be Sunday, August 15th.  Blue Rapids city pool will also close Sunday, August 15th and Waterville City Pool will end their season on Sunday August 22nd.

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Area schools opening

Next week marks the start of school around our area. USD 364 Marysville schools start on Aug. 18 with a half day. Marysville High School and Marysville Junior High will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. Elementary schools will dismiss at 1:40 a.m. St. Gregory’s Catholic School and Good Shepherd Lutheran School are included in this schedule. Good Shepherd will have an ...

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Bye Bye Birdie Takes the Stage This Weekend In Marysville

The Marysville Area Community Theatre will present Bye Bye Birdie Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in the Marysville High School auditorium. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $9.00 for senior citizens, and $5.00 for students. “All summer, people have been telling me about how excited they are to see the musical,” said Wayne Kruse, ...

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Area Student Earns Kansas 4-H Scholarship

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Nathanael Vogt has been selected to receive the Orsheln’s Farm and Home 4-H Scholarship, an educational award from the Kansas 4-H Foundation. The scholarship was presented at the 4-H Emerald Circle Banquet held June 3 in Manhattan, Kansas. The state 4-H scholarship program is open to 4-H members, and the awards are made on the basis of ...

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American Red Cross Offers Lifesaving Skills For Families Planning Water-Related Activities This Summer

A 2009 Red Cross survey found nearly half of people experience a near-drowning scare during their lifetime Topeka, KS. May 25, 2010 – 2009 survey conducted by the American Red Cross shows the importance of water safety skills, with half of those surveyed saying they have had a near-drowning experience in their lifetime. The survey found that 48 percent reported ...

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Governor Signs Transportation Program Bill

An $8.2-billion transportation program, that’s what will be created by Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson’s stroke of the pen yesterday in a ceremony at a municipal airport hanger in Topeka. The program will rely on revenues from a recently passed sales tax increase. The legislation authorizes up to $1.7-billion in bonds over the program’s 10-year life. The Governor said the measure ...

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