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Van crashes through front door of 12th St. Liquor

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BJ Patel of Marysville drove through the front doors of 12th Street Liquor early Monday evening. According to the report from the Marysville Police Department, Patel was driving a 2011 Toyota Sienna van at about 6:20 Monday evening when he drove through the front doors, damaging the front door and walls of the building. Alcohol was a factor in the accident. Read More »

The Bryton Stoll Band to Headline Gig

  Showcasing local talent is one of the Marshall County Arts Cooperative’s goals.  To that extent, the group is sponsoring a street dance to give a local band a platform on which to perform.   The Bryton Stoll Band, made up of three local residents, will perform Saturday, May 12, starting at 8:00 p.m.  The concert is free and will ... Read More »

Board of Regents Budget Proposal

Finances were front and center at last week’s Kansas Board of Regents meeting in Topeka. Specifically the Regents were studying budget proposals including one from the state’s 26-technical colleges and community colleges that provide technical education. Clark Coco – North Central Kansas Technical College President – said it would take $58-to-$60-million to adequately fund a new cost model for the ... Read More »

Sales Tax Front and Center

It’s looking more and more like the state’s estimated $400-million revenue deficit in fiscal year 2010, will be taken care of by a 1% sales tax hike. Rival proposals to increase the sales tax from 5.3% to 6.3% emerged in both the Kansas House and Senate yesterday. Both proposals were drafted by coalitions of Democrats and moderate Republicans. The Senate ... Read More »

School Bus Safety

With the new school year here for many of the area students this week and not far off for the remainder, the Kansas Highway Patrol is asking motorists to remind themselves to look out for the children going to and from school. Patrol Superintendent Colonel Terry Maples said, “It’s easy for children to get caught up in their thoughts and ... Read More »