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Gage County Board of Supervisors To Meet In Committee Before Board Meetings

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Gage County Board of Supervisors will begin meeting as a committee of the whole before regular board meetings. The adjusted schedule will be in effect March and April, then reevaluated. Currently three member committees meet; the change allows all seven board members to keep current on all issues, although no decisions will be finalized while in committee. The meetings will ... Read More »

Diller-Odell Celebrates Homecoming

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Diller-Odell schools will celebrate homecoming on Friday. The Post Prom Committee will hold a tailgate at 6 p.m. followed by the football game versus Johnson Brock at 7 p.m. Royalty candidates are all members of the senior class. Read More »

Six Nomination in Limbo

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The abortion issue has put former Kansas Attorney General Steve Six’s nomination to an Appellate Court Judgeship on hold for the time being. Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee announced today that the vote on Six’s nomination to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was being held over because some committee members want more discussion. ... Read More »

Area Health Care Survey Scheduled for Marshall County

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Marshall County Rural Health Works Steering Committee is notifying area residents that callers from Fort Hays State University Docking Institute will conduct an area health telephone survey beginning on June 6. The survey will ask questions regarding residents’ experiences with the local health care system and identify health care needs that may exist in the Marshall County Area. Survey respondents ... Read More »

Representative Sharon Schwartz’s Newletter

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March 28, 2011 2011 Legislative Update – #11 Dear Friends, With the deadline for the full House to debate bills last Wednesday, floor action by the House reached a peak this week with the House spending long hours considering and passing over fifty bills. When the Legislature convenes, it will be the seventieth day of the session which is limited ... Read More »

Rep. Committee Selects Laura Johnson McNish for County Attorney

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Marshall County Republican Committee members met Wednesday evening in Marysville to consider nominations for Marshall County Attorney, to fill the unexpired term of Brian Carroll, who announced his resignation effective August 30th. Three candidates addressed the committee, Jason Brineger, Laura Johnson McNish, and Brad Lippert.  Brineger, a Marysville resident, is in private practice locally, and had served just over two ... Read More »

Axtell, Bern, Summerfield schools now part of Prairie Hills School District.

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The Axtell and Sabetha school districts, which will be consolidating on July 1st, will officially be known as the Prairie Hills School District #113.  A committee, consisting of school site council members, was appointed to come up with a new name.  According to the administration the mascots and school colors of each school will remain the same at this time. ... Read More »

Website Launched To Commemorate Kansas’ 150th Birthday

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TOPEKA, KS—January 29, 2011, marks 150 years of statehood for Kansas. The Kansas 150 Advisory Committee launched a website today for communities across Kansas to become involved. The website, ks150.org, is a portal to events, programs, resources, and agencies that commemorate the anniversary of statehood. “We believe the KS150.org website will be the key to success for the Kansas sesquicentennial ... Read More »

Personal Information Bill Scrapped

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Kansas is one of just 8 states in the country that grants access to personal information despite warnings against the practice by federal officials. A bill that would have required the Kansas Department of Corrections to stop granting inmates access to personally identifiable information as they perform contracted data entry and document scanning work for city, county and state government ... Read More »

Marshall Co. Econ. Development Committee Will Meet Wednesday

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The first meeting of the ay, March 31st, at 5:30 p.m. on the first floor of the courthouse. 1. Allow committee members to introduce themselves and become acquainted. 2. Outline the purpose of the committee and why it was formed. 3. Outline medium-range goals and objectives. 4. Distribute information that will be helpful for future action. 5. Establish time and ... Read More »