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23rd Annual Tour Nebraska To Travel Through Area Saturday & Sunday

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Some 425 vehicles, all 30 years and older, will participate in a 600 mile, 2 day driving tour of southeast Nebraska Saturday and Sunday, as the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association will host the 23rd Annual Tour Nebraska. The Sunday route departs west from Lincoln bound for Seward, then drops south toward Beatrice, where a brief stop is planned at the Gage County Fairgrounds from ...

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2nd Annual Marysville Bulldog Football Spring Cleanup & Community Service Project

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On Saturday, April 25, 2015, football players and coaches from Marysville High School will each be completing a spring cleaning community service project in Marysville. This a fantastic opportunity for our athletes to raise money while giving something back to our community! Area senior citizens and churches will receive top priority for having this free service done which usually consists ...

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Upcoming Referendum Concerning The Sorghum Checkoff Program

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture reminds sorghum producers of an upcoming referendum on continuation of the Sorghum Checkoff Program. Initiated in 2008, the program is set for review no less than seven years following implementation. Governed by a 13 member board, the checkoff is intended to fund marketing opportunities, develop new uses for the product, and strengthen market position. Farmers engaged in production, ...

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House Claims Life In Seneca Friday Morning

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A house fire in Seneca Friday morning resulted in the death of 85 year old Shirley D. Cleland. He was trapped inside his home at 120 East North Street, which was destroyed by a fire believed to have started in the kitchen area. Another individual in the house escaped through a back bedroom window. Cleland was transported to the burn ...

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No Injuries Reported In Vehicle Collision With Apartment Building

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No injuries were reported late Thursday evening in Beatrice as a vehicle struck an apartment at the Prairie Village Apartment Complex on East Scott Street. The vehicle involved was totaled, after the driver attempted to park, realized the vehicle was moving, and got back in, hitting the accelerator instead of the brake.

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Regional & Kansas Statewide Election Results For August 5th Primary

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REGIONAL ELECTION RESULTS Riley County Commissioner, District #1 – Democrat Dave Lewis (I) – 47% Ben Wilson – 53% (99% Reporting) Pottawatomie County Commissioner, District #1 – Republican Gary Yenzer (I) – 47% Dee McKee – 53% (60% Reporting) Nemaha County Commissioner, 1st District – Republican Ernest Lukert – 46 % Gary Scoby (I) – 54% (100% Reporting) Nemaha Magistrate ...

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8/5/14 Kansas Primary Election Results – 10:00 PM Update

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Next online update will come tomorrow morning. United States Senate (D) Precincts Reporting:2485 of 3487 Candidate Votes % View Map  D-Chad Taylor 28,105 53% D-Patrick Wiesner 24,927 47% Back to Top   United States Senate (R) Precincts Reporting:2444 of 3487 Candidate Votes % View Map  R-Pat Roberts 97,724 48% R-D.J. Smith 11,843 6% R-Milton Wolf 82,870 41% R-Alvin E. Zahnter ...

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Kansas Memorial Stadium Renovation Begins Tuesday

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Work will begin next Tuesday (June 24) on a project that will remove the track from KU’s Memorial Stadium. Workers will surround the field with new artificial turf, which will extend 37 feet from the sidelines. Additional turf in the north end zone will extend 80 feet from the back of the end zone, some 25 feet ...

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Royals Blast Tigers; Take First Place In AL Central Division

By Dick Kaegel / MLB.com – Courtesy of Royals.com DETROIT — The first-place Kansas City Royals. Now that’s a combination of words rarely seen in recent years. Yet that became a reality when the Royals knocked off Max Scherzer and the Detroit Tigers, 11-4, on Tuesday night to take over the lead in the American League Central. The Tigers fell ...

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Proposal To Move US Highway 136 Heard By Beatrice City Council

The Beatrice City Council Monday heard a proposal for rerouting US Highway 136 from Court Street downtown, a block south to Market. The option would divert traffic just past Second, and rejoin Court near the Eighth Street intersection. A Lincoln engineering firm, Olsson and Associates, addressed the issue, which first surfaced in response to a 2011 study by RDG Planning that suggested downtown revitalization ...

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