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Legislative Forum comes to Marysville

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The Marysville Chamber of Commerce and AT&T will host a Legislative Forum with area legislators Saturday, February 6th.  State Senator Mark Taddiken and State Representative Sharon Schwartz will be on hand with comments and to address your questions.  The public is encouraged to attend this Legislative Forum at the Marysville City Hall.  The forum will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. Read More »

Sarah Palin Will Come to Salina

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The Salina Area Chamber of Commerce has done something that late night talk show host David Letterman has not been able to do… schedule former Alaska Governor and Republican Vice-Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin for an appearance. Yesterday afternoon the news broke that Palin would be the guest speaker at the Annual Chamber Banquet in Salina, February 5th. In the past ... Read More »

Youth Pheasant and Quail Season

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The 2009 Youth Pheasant and Quail Hunting Season will be open this coming weekend across the State of Kansas. On Saturday and Sunday, public lands walk-in hunting areas and private lands with permission are all open for young people to get the first chance at the upland birds. According to Mike Nyhoff, Area Manager at the Glen Elder Reservoir Wildlife ... Read More »

Area Director for USDA Rural Development to visit Marysville

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Richard Boyles, Area Director for USDA Rural Development, will visit Marshall County Monday, October 26 to assist communities, businesses and individuals interested in accessing the agency’s programs and available financial assistance, according to George McCune, Director of the Marshall County Economic Development Office. McCune stated that Boyles will meet with the County Commissioners Monday morning to review USDA Rural Development’s ... Read More »

Time Running Out for CRP Burning

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It’s been hard to miss the plums of smoke that have dotted the landscape from controlled burns on CRP acres the past month or so. It’s also hard to not notice the places where those controlled burns misfired and became dangerous prairie fires. Area farmers have just two days left to meet the burn requirement on their CRP acres. Jim ... Read More »