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Blue Rapids Museum To Participate In Hometown Teams Focus

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The Blue Rapids Museum will participate in a statewide focus on hometown teams. The Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibit will include half a dozen tour stops opening at the end of January, and continuing through mid-November. Blue Rapids is planning several activities, including an alumni exhibit May 23rd, as well as talks this summer on the historic 1913 Major League Baseball ...

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No. 11 K-State’s Comeback Effort Falls Short In Alamo Bowl

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Quarterback Brett Hundley led No. 14 UCLA to a 31-6 halftime lead and the Bruins held off No. 11 Kansas State 40-35 on Friday night in the Alamo Bowl. Kansas State (9-4) scored 22 of the first 25 points in the second half, cutting it to 34-28 on quarterback Jake Waters’ 1-yard run with 4:54 left. ...

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Blue Rapids Woman Injured In Auto Accident

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An injury accident Wednesday, shortly after noon half a mile south of Randolph was reported. Pansy Rudolph, 77, of Blue Rapids went off the highway, struck a guard rail, and then went into the ditch, with the vehicle flipping onto its side. She was taken to a Manhattan hospital with a possible injury.

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Marshall County Property tax deadline is Dec. 20

Marshall County’s property tax deadline for the first half of 2012 is due December 20th.  County Treasurer Linda Weber says about $8.1 million total is due for the first half and so far only about one-fourth of it has been collected, at just over $2 million.

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Olsburg Resident Killed In Car/Pedestrian Accident On K-16

Wesley Esping, 62, of Olsburg was struck by a car and killed in an accident Tuesday evening on Highway K-16 a half mile east of Olsburg in Pottawatomie County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports that Esping was checking on a deer that was hit by another vehicle, when Rabern Vawter, 88, of Randolph stuck Esping with a 1998 Ford F-150 ...

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Unofficial Rainfall Totals

A much needed rain fell on the KNDY listening area Sunday evening.  The storm did include several torrential downpours, winds up to 40 mph and some small hail.  Rain totals around the area include: approximately two inches in Marysville, one and one half inch in Home, one quarter inch in Linn, one inch in Barnes, eight tenths near Greenleaf, three ...

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All-Star Wrap: Division I West Blanks East 36-0

By Eric Allgood-KREP Radio 92.1 Belleville, Kansas Players from across the state converged on Beloit this week to prepare for the 27th Annual 8-Man All Star Football Games.  Coaches and athletes enjoyed four days of practices and evening activities to come together to represent their schools at Trojan Field on Saturday, June 9th. The Division I teams kicked off first.  ...

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Storm Women Outlast St. Clair 62-53, Earn First-Ever Victory At Nationals

Monique Stevens scored 15 points and Kindrea Poole added 13 to lead Southeast Community College to a 62-53 victory over St. Clair Community College of Michigan in a consolation bracket game at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II National Tournament Wednesday afternoon. The victory, SCC’s first ever at nationals, puts it into an 11 a.m. game Friday against ...

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Diller Odell School Evacuated Due to Threat

Diller-Odell High School was evacuated for two and a half hours on Monday morning after a note was discovered making an unspecified threat to the building. Gage County Sheriff’s Deputies and members of the Nebraska State Patrol used dogs to search the building. According to Superintendent Darrell Vitosh students were taken to the Odell Community Center. The following statement was ...

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