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Summerfield Boil Water Advisory Still in Effect

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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued a boil water advisory for the city of Summerfield in Marshall County. The city has experienced a water main break that has caused the water system to lose pressure. When such a loss of pressure occurs, it is possible for contaminants to enter the system. Also, chlorine residuals may drop to ... Read More »

Texting While Driving Warnings Done

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The Kansas law banning texting while driving took effect July 1, 2010, but officers could only issue warnings for the first six months. As of Jan. 1, 2011, citations may be written with a minimum fine of $60, plus court costs. Read More »

Things to know if you can’t pay your gas or electric bill

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A rule preventing utility companies from disconnecting Kansas residents during extreme cold takes effect as the calendar turns to November. The cold weather rule is enforced by the Kansas Corporation Commission and runs from Monday through March 31. It prevents utilities from disconnecting natural gas or electric service for nonpayment when temperatures of 35 or lower are forecast for the ... Read More »

Centralia Lake advisory continues

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An advisory remains in effect for Centralia City Lake, in Nemaha County, and Lake Meade, in Meade County. An advisory allows for boating and fishing at the lake. All other contact with water is discouraged for people and pets. Read More »

Knowledge @ Noon Program in Marysville to Address Elder Law

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“DOES ELDER LAW EFFECT YOU?” will be presented by Paul Shipp, attorney for Kansas Legal Services on Tuesday, January 12, 2010, at the Marysville City Building. Do you have a will? What happens if you don’t? What’s going to happen if you are in a car accident and can’t talk for yourself? Do you have questions about how property or ... Read More »