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Grocery Store Victim of Burglary

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Haverkamp Grocery in Centralia was the site of a burglary sometime between 3:30 p.m. on December 26th and 7 a.m. on December 27th. Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the break-in and theft of an undisclosed amount of cash. The Sheriff’s department reported that the building was also damaged. Read More »

USD 115 Searching for a New Name

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The USD 115 temporary board of education met Monday.  They approved having each building administrator in Nemaha Valley USD 442 and B & B USD 451 chose a person to serve on the committee to select the new name for USD 115. Superintendent Darrel Kohlman said the committee will present their recommendations during the board’s next meeting on January 17th. Read More »

$2,500 in Tools Donated to Nemaha Valley Schools

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Prime Source Building Products of Kansas City offered a donation of several power tools for the Industrial Arts program in Seneca.  The Nemaha Valley School Board accepted the donation valued at over $2,500.  According to Nemaha Valley Teacher Bruce Stanley the tools will be used in the construction of several small buildings.  A local couple has agreed to purchase the ... Read More »

Adam’s Pharmacy burglarized

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At approximately 1959 hours on December 5th, 2010, Beatrice Communications received a call from an alarm company that advised an alarm was activated at Lake Crest Pharmacy in Adams.  When deputies arrived, they found that a piece of concrete had been thrown through the front window.  Someone had entered the building and left out the back door.  An inventory of ... Read More »

Community Memorial Healthcare Moves Closer to Completion

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Community Memorial Healthcare Moves Closer to Completion Marysville, KS —- Construction of Community Memorial Healthcare’s (CMH) new $17.3 million hospital facility has gone according to plan. Hospital officials say work on the new building should be complete in less than three months. “We’re on schedule,” CMH CEO Curtis Hawkinson said, adding the hospital is planning to begin moving into the ... Read More »

Blue Springs council discusses new firehouse

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Blue Springs Council discussed plans for the new fire building at their Tuesday night meeting. Members of the Blue Springs Rural Fire Department were present at the meeting. The preliminary cost of the steel building is $135,000.  The final cost, design and application for a local grant have not been completed. Rural Fire board members John Linder and Roland Hardin ... Read More »

Winifred is 100 years old

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Winifred is celebrating its one hundred year anniversary.  The town will celebrate with tours of historic buildings and a barbeque in the old bank building.  The events will begin at 11 a.m.  According to recorded history Winifred may have been started in the 1800’s but was not organized until fifty years later when the railroad laid track for the Topeka ... Read More »

Odell Community Days this weekend

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The annual Odell Community Days are scheduled for this weekend.  The festival’s theme is, “Helping Hands” and will serve as a fundraiser to a renovation of the Rice Hospital building north of its downtown.  Stories about Dr. Rice will be told and a commemorative name tage will be given to anybody delivered in the hospital building.  Odell Community Days kicks ... Read More »

New business coming to Marysville

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A new business with a historical flair will be coming to the West side of Marysville.  Local businessman Dave Lyhane has announced his plans to build a convenience store with historical features and retail space in the location former Dierking Lumber building. Lyhane announced the  8,600-square-foot building will contain a 5,000-square-foot convenience store and 2,600 square feet of retail rental ... Read More »

4 Marysville businesses suffer damage

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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 »