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Kansas Deer-Vehicle Collisions Peak In Mid-November

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Deer can be spotted near our state’s roadways any time of the year. However, in the fall, motorists should be especially vigilant for deer crossing the highways. Deer breeding season peaks in mid-November, and this marks the period when deer-vehicle collisions are highest. That’s why the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), ... Read More »

The 2nd Annual Blue Rapids Oktoberfest Set For October 11th

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From its humble roots as a community fish fry with a nod toward the agricultural celebration of Oktoberfest, the 2nd annual Blue Rapids Oktoberfest has grown this year into a half-day event with an emphasis on autumn, Halloween and community involvement. The event begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 11 at the 4-H Building and Floral Hall on the ... Read More »

Marshall County Extension To Host Webinar On Farm Bill

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Marshall County Extension will host an hour long webinar on the 2014 Farm Bill, Thursday October 2, beginning at 10 a.m. at Marysville City Hall. The decision aid tool, developed by Kansas State and Oklahoma State Universities will assist farmers in calculating their new crop base allocation and program yield. Results presented in both current and updated base acres can help determine if updating with ... Read More »

Marysville High School To Host Gatorade Scrimmages

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The high school sports season is underway across the area, and Marysville High School will be hosting three Gatorade scrimmages on Friday to help build up their Gatorade supply. The coaches request the public donate powdered Gatorade instead of bottles for the season. The Marysville Lady Bulldogs will host their volleyball scrimmage at 5:15 p.m. Friday at Marysville High School. ... Read More »

City Of Washington Asks For Water Conservation Due To Drought

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Due to local drought conditions, the City of Washington’s water table indicates a reduction of four feet over the last three to four months, and demand per day is in excess of 300,000 gallons. If this trend continues, it could trigger a Stage 1 Water Watch as indicated in the City of Washington’s Municipal Water Conservation Plan. The City of ... Read More »

Farewell Reception Planned For Robin Reid

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A farewell reception is planned Thursday, August 7th for River Valley Extension Agent Robin Reid, who has taken a position starting August 11th in the Agricultural Economics Department on the K-State campus in Manhattan. She will help organize statewide events and conferences, update annual publications, and help agents with farm management questions. One of her first assignments will include co-presenting ... Read More »

USDA Grant To Fund Repairs To Barneston Water Transmission Line

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The USDA Rural Development Emergency Community Water Assistance Grant program will fund $136,000 to repair a Barneston water transmission line that froze over this past winter. A more permanent solution is planned with the aid of the funding that will help avoid such issues in the future. Read More »

Food Handler’s Class Planned

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Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) is sponsoring a Food Handler’s Class on Monday, August 18, 2014 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM at the CMH South Plaza Conference Room at 18th & Jenkins Streets. The course is being offered through the Riley County Extension Office and will be instructed by Ginny Bernard, County Extension Agent from K-State University in ... Read More »

CMH And Marysville Sport & Recreation Will Sponsor Babysitting Clinic

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Marysville, KS –Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) and Marysville Sport and Recreation are offering a FREE Babysitting Clinic to help boys and girls, ages 11-14, become responsible babysitters. Instructors of the clinic are Obstetrics Coordinator Sheri Becker, RN, and Mary Ann Kabriel, RN. Both Becker and Kabriel are registered nurses at CMH. The clinic will have hands on learning techniques which ... Read More »

Gage County Voters Head To The Polls On Tuesday

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Gage County voters go to the polls Tuesday for primary elections. Republicans Bob Tiemann and Roy Baker are vying for District 30 State Senator, that position currently held by Norm Wallman. One race for Board of Supervisors has Erich Tiemann challenging incumbent Kathy Setzer, and Beatrice voters will vote on a proposed sales tax increase to help fund the street department. Read More »