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USD 115 determining when changes should be made.

Nemaha Central, USD 115 will consider at their December meeting a proposal to close the St. Benedict Elementary facility after the 2013 school year. Meetings with school officials and the public were held, and the board reviewed the initial draft at a recent meeting. Utilization of the B&B Junior/Senior High building in Baileyville is also being explored as an action ...

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$5000 Reward for Information About Stolen Firearms

$13,519 in firearms were stolen from Ruetti Farms shop near Frankfort during the overnight hours on September 13th.  According to a Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy someone entered the building through an unlocked window on the south side of the building.  The thieves used a cutting torch to cut a hole in a safe and removed 13 firearms.  Nothing else was ...

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Explosion at Beatrice Manufacturing Plant

An explosion and fire occurred Saturday night Neapco Components. The Beatrice Fire Department responded to the Neapco Components Building located in the Beatrice Industrial Park late Saturday evening.  Fire officials believe a radiator failure caused the explosion of an industrial air compressor in the northwest corner of the building.  Firefighters reported the sprinkler system contained the fire to that area. ...

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Diller Odell School Evacuated Due to Threat

Diller-Odell High School was evacuated for two and a half hours on Monday morning after a note was discovered making an unspecified threat to the building. Gage County Sheriff’s Deputies and members of the Nebraska State Patrol used dogs to search the building. According to Superintendent Darrell Vitosh students were taken to the Odell Community Center. The following statement was ...

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Marysville City Library Moves Forward with Rennovation Plans

The Marysville City Council will continue the process to make major renovations.  Library Board President Amy Heiman said the project would include major changes to the interior of the building.  According to Heimen the cost of the proposed renovations is $276,489.  She said the library has approximately $150,000 in capital outlay funds.  She said the library may apply for U.S. ...

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National Weather Service Issues Heat Warning

With triple-digit heat in the forecast for Topeka and northeast Kansas later this week, the National Weather Service has posted an excessive heat watch for the area through Saturday evening. Forecasters say high pressure building over the Plains will spread a “very warm” air mass into northeast Kansas. High temperatures Wednesday through Saturday will range from the mid-90s to near ...

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Marshall and Nemaha County Commissioners Continue Talks on Bridge Project

The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, April 25, 2011 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Tim Burdiek leading the flag salute. Present also were Commissioners Mark Wessel and Gary Scoby, Road and Bridge Supervisor Dennis Ronnebaum and Office Manager Janet Linden, and County ...

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Firefighters Respond to a Report of Flames at the Newest Landoll Building

Marysville Firefighters responded to a call from workers at Landolls newest Building on Highway 36.  At approximately 2:50 a fire was reported in paint area.  According to Marysville Fire Chief Dave Richardson the fire was out by the time fire fighters arrived.  Firefighters did spend approximately an hour on scene while workers removed filters from the equipment to confirm no ...

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Marshall County Commissioners’ Board Meeting Minutes

March 14, 2011 The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Charles R. Loiseau, Chairman; Robert S. Connell and Thomas K. Holle members; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The Board had a department head meeting at ...

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Seventh Street Corridor Project Meeting Produces Positive Results

A crowd of nearly fifty people attended a meeting Monday evening at the Marysville City Building to discuss the Seventh Street corridor project. Wyatt Thompson, the city’s engineering contractor, listened to concerns about the project’s design from businesses owners worried about losing customer parking and other issues. Thompson presented several drawings showing various options for improving the corridor. After nearly ...

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