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UPDATE: Missing Falls City Teen Located Safe

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UPDATE: Kansas Missing & Unsolved reports that Sarah Norton was located and is safe. No further details available as of right now. The Falls City Police Department is asking the public for assistance in locating Sarah Norton, a 16-year-old girl who went missing on Friday night. Norton was to spend the night with a friend, but never arrived. The Falls ... Read More »

Theft Reported At Nemaha County Landfill

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The Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office is asking for information the public may have regarding a forced entry into a building at the Nemaha County Landfill that resulted in an undetermined amount of cash being stolen. The incident occurred overnight last Friday. Please call the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office at 785-336-2311. Read More »

Upcoming High School Basketball Broadcast Schedule

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The cold days of February means the hot days of high school basketball are here. With conference and post-season titles in view, several area teams are doing what they can to get into the best position to win it all. KNDY AM & FM will broadcast select games throughout February, as listed below. All schedules are subject to change, and ... Read More »

Three Arrested In Oklahoma In Connection With Barneston Incident

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An incident early Friday morning at Barneston ended with arrests in Oklahoma. Authorities had received a call shortly after 3 am from a man who had apparently met three men in Lincoln at the Peoples Mission. He offered to pay for a ride to Barneston, where they beat the man, 55 year old Robert Kleinjan of Lincoln, and threatened to ... Read More »

Vermillion USD 380 Votes To End KNEA Representation

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According to the Topeka Capitol Journal Wednesday, Vermillion USD 380 teachers voted Friday to end collective bargaining representation by the Kansas National Education Association. On a 27-9-1 vote, the district becomes is the second in the state to de certify, joining Deerfield, which made the decision earlier this year. The action allows each Vermillion teacher a vote on who will ... Read More »

Second Annual Gingerbread House Contest To Be Held In Marysville

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The 2nd Annual Gingerbread House Contest will be held in conjunction with the Christmas Opening in downtown Marysville on November 29th & 30th.  The contest  is open to the public (amateurs only) and has 3 categories:  Youth (11 & under), Teen (12-17) and Adult (18 & up).  Entries may be submitted by an individual or by a group.  First place prizes ... Read More »

Christmas Tree Skirts – ‘Past & Present’ To Be Displayed In Marysville

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Christmas Tree Skirts – ‘Past & Present’ will be held in conjunction with the Christmas opening in downtown Marysville on November 29 & 30.   The show will feature a display of your vintage or new Christmas Tree Skirts. If you have a Christmas Tree Skirt, old or new, that you just love; is just the funniest thing you have ever seen; is the ugliest ... Read More »