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B&B and Nemaha County move forward on consolidation

The B & B USD 451 school board adopted a resolution Wednesday evening to consolidate with the Nemaha Valley School District.  The boards agreed to keep the current K-12 configuration at B & B during the next four years.  During this time there will be a frozen budget.  There was an exception to re-evaluate if there were unforeseeable financial obstacles.  ... Read More »

4 Marysville businesses suffer damage

August 16, 2010 Several businesses along Highway 36 suffered damage overnight Tuesday.  According to police sources Hardees was broken into.  According to Todd Ackerman, Marysville Police Chief, money and other items were taken from the restaurant.  A drive by the building revealed the side door to the drive through was covered with board.  Signs were on the doors and drive ... Read More »

Nemaha and B&B choose interim consolidation board members

Seven members have been appointed to an interim board of education that will serve if voters approve a consolidation of the Nemaha Valley and B & B school districts. Nemaha Valley School District Superintendent Darrel Kohlman says his board appointed 4 members to the board during a special meeting Tuesday evening. They include Kate Hanni, Ilene Enneking, Duane Osborne and ... Read More »

B & B takes first official step to consolidation

The B & B USD 451 school board and the Nemaha Valley USD 442 school board each approved a resolution Monday to begin formal consolidation planning. Administration for the schools hope the consolidation question will be ready for a public vote during the November general election. To meet requirements for consolidation for the 2011-2012 school year the resolution for consolidation ... Read More »

Axtell, Bern, Summerfield schools now part of Prairie Hills School District.

The Axtell and Sabetha school districts, which will be consolidating on July 1st, will officially be known as the Prairie Hills School District #113.  A committee, consisting of school site council members, was appointed to come up with a new name.  According to the administration the mascots and school colors of each school will remain the same at this time. ... Read More »

Budget Cuts dominate school board discussions

The Pony Express Learning Center at Marysville High School will close on May 14th unless support is found on the local level. David Walters, Director of Alternative Education informed the Marysville School Board on Monday that the Center will close unless it is kept open on a local level. Linda Prior, Pony Express Learning Center instructor also requested the school ... Read More »

B&B BOARD OF EDUCATION HOLDS A SPECIAL MEETING CONCERNING CONSOLIDATION

  The special meeting of the U.S.D. #451 Board of Education was called to order Tuesday, February 23, 2010 by President Dale Sudbeck at 7:00 p.m. Alan Schmitz, Steve Sudbeck, Nick Holthaus, Jim Dalinghaus, John Haug, and Martin Haug answered roll call.  Also attending were Jerry Turner, Carol Hunninghake, and Cheryl Deters.      Martin Haug made a motion to waive ... Read More »

Washington County Community Foundation Formed

Residents of Washington County will benefit from the formation of a new community foundation. The Washington County Community Foundation will provide the area with important tools to build endowments, increase philanthropy, and provide ongoing support to essential area nonprofits, programs and events. A community foundation is a permanent, steady, and secure source of grant making that addresses present and future ... Read More »

Marysville Main Street’s president, Tony Duever and the City of Marysville receive Governor’s Awards of Excellence

The Kansas Department of Commerce announced the winners of the Main Street Awards of Excellence at the annual Kansas Downtown Symposium annual banquet on Thursday, October 22 at the Riverfront Community Center in Leavenworth. The Marysville Main Street Program received two awards, bringing Marysville’s total to twenty eight Governor’s Awards for excellence in various downtown projects and volunteer action. Community ... Read More »

KNDY Seeking Part Time Employee

KNDY Radio is seeking a part time employee, primarily to assist in coverage of high school sports. Responsibilities would include control board operation, updating scores, and color commentary. Radio or play by play experience a plus, but not required. You should be familiar with at least basic computer operation and functions. We’re seeking a capable, self starter, whose current employment ... Read More »