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Marysville USD 364 Announces Listening Tour

Marysville High School Bulldogs

The USD #364 Board of Education and Superintendent Bill Mullins have announced a series of eight public meetings in the month of July to discuss the results of a Facility Needs Assessment conducted by Ebert-Mayo Design Group from Manhattan, KS.  This will be your first opportunity to share your thoughts about a potential bond issue that could go before the ...

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USD 364 Special Board Meeting Highlights – May 27, 2015


  Approved the FFA trip for 5 students going to Washington DC for a Leadership Conference June 9 – 14 with the Kansas FFA group. Approved transferring the remaining GED Funds to PEPC (Pony Express Partnership for Children), located at Lincoln Center, to continue the program. Approved roof financing of 7 years with $50,000 down and financing of $300,000 with ...

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Washington County Commission Meeting Notes


Washington County Commissioners met Monday. Dan Thalman was present, and discussed county economic development efforts, indicating that he was not in favor of hiring full time, but perhaps look at Republic County, which contracts with an outside firm for incentive programs. He questioned the redundancy in having three government subsidized meal facilities, with the hospital, jail, and senior meal sites all providing similar ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes

The Marysville City Council met in special session Tuesday, July 8th ahead of a scheduled budget workshop. Following two fifteen minute executive sessions, a motion was approved to redact and release a previous memo. The special session was then adjourned, and council began the workshop. Discussion followed on a potential tractor replacement, possible acquisition of a mower trailer, a snow ...

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Bond Set In Blue Springs Assault Case

An appearance bond is set at $5,000 for 27-year-old Krystal Rainey, who was arrested Thursday evening near Blue Springs in connection with an assault earlier that evening that led authorities to a Blue Springs residence, where Rainey had fled. She is pending charges of making a terroristic threat, as well as assault and domestic assault is alleged.

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Gage County Supervisors Plan Fall Road Work Projects

Gage County Board of Supervisors continued steps toward issuance of $5.6 million for road improvements, after adoption by voters with 62% approval in June. Financial and construction timelines were discussed last week, with adoption of a bond resolution anticipated July 24, and funds coming available late in August. Some of the work could begin this year, and is to include ...

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Baileyville man to be arraigned June 27

Eugene Dale Ackerman, age 43 of Baileyville, waved his preliminary hearing Tuesday in Nemaha County District Court and was bound over on nine felony charges, which include three counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child, two counts of aggravated criminal sodomy, two counts of indecent solicitation of a child and one count each of lewd and lascivious behavior and ...

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Two Wymore residents arrested for Methamphetamine use

Two Wymore residents were arrested Wednesday afternoon for possession of methamphetamine. According to Gage County Court documents, Wymore Police and a child protective services worker were called to an apartment in the 1000 block of West D Street in Wymore where Roger Cline, age 43, and Amanda Cline, age 33 live, in early April from a child abuse hotline complaint. The officers ...

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Special Election to be held in Gage County

The Gage County Board of Supervisors have approved a resolution for a special election in which voters will decide whether or not a $5.64 million bond is needed to resurface 31 miles of Gage County blacktop roads with a special mail-in election on June 11. If voters approve the bond, a maximum of three cents per $100 of valuation would be ...

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Onaga passes bond issue to build a new hospital

A bond issue for a new hospital in Onaga passed in the General Election last Tuesday, with 79% of the voters wanting to pass the issue.  $17.59 million in tax-exempt general obligations bonds will be used with hospital cash reserves to construct a new facility and make renovations to the existing facility in Onaga, which was built in 1957.

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