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Beatrice Rescue will help Wymore

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Beatrice Fire and Rescue Chief Brian Daake says Beatrice will not station a Rescue unit in Wymore for the next 90 Days.  The Beatrice City Council discussed the arrangement with Wymore at its Monday.  Beatrice mayor Dennis Schuster informed the council that Beatrice proposed an agreement to provide Wymore with emergency coverage for 90 days.  If the proposal is accepted ... Read More »

Nemaha County School Board will hold emergency meeting Monday

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NEMAHA VALLEY SCHOOLS, U.S.D. 442, will hold a special board meeting Monday at the UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICE, 5:15 P.M.. The agenda includes the consideration of contracting special education services with the newly formed Prairie Hills School District. The consideration of recinding resolutions of intent to non-renew special education teachers, and a report from the consolidation committee followed by a ... Read More »

Obama Signs Disaster Declaration

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WASHINGTON (AP) President Barack Obama has signed a major disaster declaration for parts of Kansas especially hard hit by winter storms over the holiday period. The declaration signed Tuesday makes federal aid available to offset the costs to the state and local governments of emergency response and repairs. Some private, nonprofit organizations will also qualify for the federal aid. The ... Read More »

Emergency Route between Manhattan and area hospitals being discussed

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Representative Sharon Schwartz spoke with the Kansas Transportation Secretary Miller before the transportation committee and asked her if an emergency route could be designated between the hospitals in Marshall and Washington Counties to Manhattan. Representative Schwartz would like KDOT to establish an emergency route that will make those roads a priority for road crews when it comes to clearing them. ... Read More »

KHP Advises Caution While Driving, Look For Deer

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The Kansas Highway Patrol is advising all motorists to be cautious of deer activity on and around roadways this fall. Because the deer breeding season generally runs from October to December, law enforcementofficers routinely investigate a large number of deer-vehicle crashes this time of year. Last year, six people were killed in crashes involving deer, and 318 were injured. According ... Read More »

July Ushers in New Kansas Traffic Laws

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The month of July ushers in the Dog Days of Summer and lots of new laws that go into effect on Kansas roadways. Kansas Highway Patrol Superintendent, Colonel Terry Maples says, “These new laws are vital to the safety of motorists on our roads and it is important that drivers are aware of changes that will become effective this week,” ... Read More »