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Legleiter Receives Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship

Marysville, KS – Sarah Legleiter, a nursing student at Washburn University School of Nursing in Topeka, KS, is the recipient of the Henry W. Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship from Community Memorial Healthcare. Legleiter is a 2004 graduate of Marysville High School and is the daughter of Greg and Deb Price of Marysville, KS. She is married to Lee Legleiter. Legleiter will ... Read More »

Motorcycle Accident Sends Man to Hospital

A motorcycle accident around noon on Sunday sent a Seneca man to the hospital. The Nemaha County Sheriff‘s office says 38-year-old Jimmy Griffith was traveling south on J Road, a ¼ mile north of 136th Road, when he lost control of his motorcycle and left the roadway. Griffith was transported to the Nemaha Valley Community Hospital in Seneca by private ... Read More »

Three Sabetha Teens Injured in Accident

Three Sabetha teens were injured last Thursday in a single-vehicle accident on a Nemaha County road. The Nemaha County Sheriff‘s office says 16-year-old Sarah Edelman was traveling east on 184th Road, between S and R Roads, when her car slid off the roadway, went through a fence and overturned. Edelman and two passengers, 14-year-old Alex Edelman and 14-year-old Treavor Schmelzle ... Read More »

SCC Storm Basketball Coaches To Conduct Camps July 11-13

Boys and girls in grades 4-12 will have the opportunity to participate in a Storm Basketball Camp at Southeast Community College’s Beatrice Campus. The camps are scheduled for July 11-13 in the Truman Center Gymnasium on the Beatrice Campus, 4771 W. Scott Road. Boys and girls in grades 4-6 will hold a camp from 10 a.m. to noon those three ... Read More »

SCC Hosting Volleyball Camps This Month

Southeast Community College head volleyball coach Carrie Foster-Puhalla has announced dates for her 2011 volleyball camps. Tuesday, June 21, – Setter Camp. Wednesday, June 22,  - Libero Camp. Thursday, June 23, – Hitter/Blocker Camp. Friday, June 24, – Little Diggers Camp for grades 3-5. Camps held June 21-23 will take place from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Cost is $50 ... Read More »

Community Memorial Healthcare Selects Three New Board Members

Community Memorial Healthcare held its annual meeting on April 27th. Three new board members were elected – Amos Alstrom and Trent Moser of Marysville, and Delores Stump of Blue Rapids. Ed Henry of Waterville was elected to a second term. The New Community Memorial Hospital will hold a grand opening on Sunday, June 26 from 2 to 5 P.M. Read More »

The Salvation Army Assists Tornado Survivors in Reading, Kansas

KANSAS CITY, MO – The Salvation Army continues to provide support today to the town of Reading, Kansas, after a tornado damaged much of the community last night. A team of Salvation Army emergency disaster service workers based out of Emporia arrived in Reading at 1 am this morning to assist survivors and first responders. The team will continue to ... Read More »

CMH Accepting Applications for Nursing Scholarship

Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) announces applications are now available for the Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship. Made possible through the Henry W. Hoppenstedt Trust, the scholarship will be awarded to a student who has been accepted into a registered nursing program at an accredited school of nursing. Applicants must be a graduate of a Marshall County High School, have proof of admittance ... Read More »

Wymore Man Injured in Two Vehicle Accident

A one vehicle semi truck accident resulted in injury on Friday and temporarily blocked Highway 36 just south of Axtell in Marshall County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports that James Ruark of St. Joseph, Missouri was eastbound and lost control of his semi and trailer around mile marker 312 and overturned, blocking the highway around 1:20 PM on Friday. Ruark ... Read More »

Series Of Fires Reported In Hanover Thursday Night

Firemen responded to another series of fires in Hanover Thursday night. Two residences and a warehouse owned by Hanover Electric were involved. The cause remains to be determined, and will be investigated. However, investigation into several fires in the Hanover community over the past several years have turned up little evidence in convicting a suspected arsonist. The Washington County Community ... Read More »