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Leadership Marshall County Accepting Applications

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 ...

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

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.    ...

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Leadership Marshall County’s Pioneer Class Announcement

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 ...

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BSDC Employees Bound Over to Districe Court

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. ...

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Washington County Fair gets underway.

The Washington County Fair really gets rolling Wednesday morning, with events all day long. At 8 a.m. is the 4-H horse show with open class foods judging to follow. At 9 a.m. is the Poultry show, along with Electric and poster judging. At 9:30 is Photography, horticulture, and flower judging along with open class clothing, textiles, and hobbies and crafts. ...

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Prairie Hills USD 113 to Make Up Snow Days

Prairie Hills USD 113 has announced changes to the school year schedule due to the seven snow days they have used. The first 3 days snow days used, January 10, 11, & 12 will not be made up. The following 4 snow days will be made up. USD #113 will now have classes on April 22 and 25 for the ...

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MARYSVILLE USD #364 Regular Board Meeting Highlights January 12, 2011

• Accepted the following donations: o Received $351.04 from Tom Knott for paint for the “M” on the football field. o Received $6,000 from Guise-Weber Foundation, Inc. and $2,000 from R.L. or Elsa Helvering Trust for the WIA program. o Received $500 from the Winifred Johnson Charitable Trust for the WIA program. o Received $125 from John McNish (Bolton & ...

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KVA Announces All-Tournament Volleyball Teams

October 31, 2010, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2010 State All Tournament Teams selected during the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s State Championships held on October 29 and 30. A State All Tournament Team was selected for each classification and each is comprised of 12 players. CLASS 2A NAME HEIGHT POSITION YEAR ...

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Kansas State Extension offers tax preparers’ class

Individuals who prepare their own tax returns as well as professionals have an opportunity to get up-to-date information on how the tax laws apply by attending the 62ndAnnual Kansas Income Tax Institute.  The Institute is held in eight locations across Kansas from late October to mid December.  The closest location for our listeners is Salina on December 7-8.  The Institute ...

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SCC’s Adult Education/GED Classes To Resume In Beatrice

Adult education/General Educational Development classes are scheduled to resume Aug. 2 at Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus. SCC sponsors the Adult Education program in Beatrice. It is a federal and state program that provides basic education skills to individuals who are 16 years of age and older and not enrolled in school. A $20 registration fee is due prior to ...

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