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Southeast CC and Nebraska-Lincoln Sign Transfer Agreement

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Southeast Community College students taking selected courses in Human Services and psychology will be able to transfer those credits to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, thanks to the signing of a transfer agreement between the two schools. Representatives from UNL’s Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies joined personnel from SCC to sign the transfer agreement, which will allow SCC students ... Read More »

Holiday Displays

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If you’re having trouble getting into the Christmas Spirit, here’s a suggestion to get your Ho, Ho, Ho in high gear. Take in one of the two community Christmas displays available in the area. This year is the 10th year for the Isle of Lights at Chautauqua Park in Beloit. Ten new lighted displays, most with a military theme, are ... Read More »

CMH Breaks Ground on New Hospital Building

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Marysville, KS—Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) ceremonially broke ground on  November 17th for a replacement hospital that will advance the way healthcare is delivered for decades to come. The $17.3 million, 25-bed critical access hospital is one of the largest projects in county history not just in terms of cost, but in terms of social and economic impact.   A groundbreaking photo ... Read More »

Three Southeast CC Volleyball Players Earn Awards

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Three Southeast Community College volleyball players received honors following the 2009 season. Carly Morehead and Monica Shaw were named to the Region IX All-Tournament Team, Morehead and CeCe Catlett were named to the All-Region IX Team, and all three players were named to the Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference all-league team. Southeast ended its season with a 13-23 overall record. ... Read More »

Check Lanes and Saturation Patrols Set for Halloween

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The Kansas Highway Patrol is urging motorists and community members to practice caution as Halloween approaches. Caution can be the key to safety as an increasing number of people are out, including pedestrians walking, parents driving their children, and people attending Halloween parties. It is imperative that safety play a role in the fun during the day and evening’s celebrations. ... Read More »

Marysville Main Street’s president, Tony Duever and the City of Marysville receive Governor’s Awards of Excellence

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The Kansas Department of Commerce announced the winners of the Main Street Awards of Excellence at the annual Kansas Downtown Symposium annual banquet on Thursday, October 22 at the Riverfront Community Center in Leavenworth. The Marysville Main Street Program received two awards, bringing Marysville’s total to twenty eight Governor’s Awards for excellence in various downtown projects and volunteer action. Community ... Read More »

Week 6 Volleyball Rankings from the KVA

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October 14, 2009, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2009 Week 6 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com. These rankings are based on the new KSHSAA Classifications that were released on 9/28/09. Records are as of 10/12/09. Rank – School – Last Week’s Rank 6A 1. Manhattan (31-2) (3) 2. Shawnee Mission East (21-5) (4) ... Read More »

KVA Week 5 Volleyball Rankings Released

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Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2009 Week 5 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com. These rankings are based on the new KSHSAA Classifications that were released on 9/28/09. Records are as of 10/5/09. Rank – School – Last Week’s Rank 6A 1. Olathe South (20-1) (1) 2. Washburn Rural (17-3) (2) 3. Manhattan (21-2) ... Read More »

Moran Goes After ACORN

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First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran says his mission is to stop taxpayer dollars from being given to a group called the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now or better known as ACORN. Congressman Moran has requested President Obama cut funding to ACORN, urged the Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to investigate ACORN activities and ... Read More »

KSHSAA Selects 2011 State Hoops Hosts

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In June 2009 Class 1A schools approved the separation of Class 1A schools into two divisions for state championships in Basketball, Volleyball and Scholars’ Bowl effective in the 2010-2011 school year. Since approval of the split into two divisions, the KSHSAA staff has been working to secure locations for the 2011 State Basketball Tournaments to be held March 9-12, 2011. ... Read More »