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SCC offering class on our National Parks

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How much do you know about our hidden treasures, the nation’s national parks? Did you know that the National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center is located in Lincoln? Southeast Community College is offering a course titled “America’s Best Idea: Get to Know Your National Parks.” The class will run from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursdays from April 4-18 at SCC’s Continuing Education ... Read More »

Families First Parenting Class is Monday

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Families First of Marshall County will be holding a Parenting Class this Monday evening from 6-9 pm at CMH South Plaza. Pre Enrollment is required, even if you’ve already been to a class. Light snacks will be served, a goodie bag will be given out and you’ll also receive a certificate upon completion of the class. Call Gerri Wybo-Zimmerling at ... Read More »

SCC offering free online class for disabled people and their provider

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Southeast Community College has announced a free online class designed for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their independent providers. Independent providers are persons working under contract with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to provide services and support for individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability. The “Together We Can!” course became available Jan. 7 and ... Read More »

KARL Program seeking applicants

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The KARL Program is seeking applicants for it’s next class and are available on the karlprogram.com website, beginning January 1st.  Forms need to be submitted by April 15th.  Once the deadline passes, applicants will undergo a screening process and up to 45 of the top candidates will be invited for personal interviews in May 2013.  New class members will be ... Read More »

Mock accident staged at Washington County High School

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The Washington County High School staged a scary scene with a mock accident Wednesday afternoon in their parking lot. High School Teacher Deb Zabotrksky said the students didn’t go back to class and went out drinking and when they came back into town, they t-boned a vehicle that was leaving the parking lot. There were 3 “injuries” and 1 “fatality” ... Read More »

Leadership Marshall County Trailblazing Class Announced

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The Leadership Marshall County Trailblazing Class was announced Thursday night at a social at the Weaver Hotel in Waterville.  This year’s class will consist of Angie Armstrong of Frankfort, Paul Byers of Marysville, Alyce Dressman of Frankfort, Rebecca Frerking of Washington, Todd Frye of Marysville, Scott Keller of Marysville, Linda Knott of Marysville, Ashley Kracht of Marysville, Jamie Lienemann of ... Read More »

Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications

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Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications until September 1st Second class starts in September Applications are being accepted for Leadership Marshall County’s next class. Due to the success of the program’s inaugural year, the program is expanding and ready to take applications for its second class. Leadership Marshall County is a program divided into seven class sessions; the program identifies leaders ... Read More »

Applications being accepted for Leadership Marshall County’s 2nd class

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Applications are being accepted for Leadership Marshall County’s next class.  Due to the success of the program’s inaugural year, the program is expanding and ready to take applications for its second class. Leadership Marshall County is a program divided into seven class sessions; the program identifies leaders and gives them the skills to provide on-going leadership throughout the county.    ... Read More »

Leadership Marshall County’s Pioneer Class Announcement

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Eighteen County Residents to Participate in Program Eighteen Marshall County residents have been selected to be a member of Leadership Marshall County’s “pioneer class” for 2012. The program has been established to develop and motivate current and future leaders in the area. During the coming year, the class will be exposed to a variety of experts and educational training during ... Read More »

BSDC Employees Bound Over to Districe Court

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Beatrice Daily Sun reports two of the five Beatrice State Developmental Center employees accused of physically and verbally abusing clients were bound over to Gage County District Court Tuesday morning. Matthew B. Johnson, 20, and Matthew L. Pangborn, 30, waived their rights to a preliminary hearing in county court and are set for arraignment in district court on Dec. 21. ... Read More »