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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 »

Area Counties Ranked In Health Ratings

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Nemaha County was second only to Johnson County in overall health in the state of Kansas, according to the recently released County Health Rankings, which put Washington County 27th, and Marshall 28th. That is designed to represent the overall health of the residents, and is based on four measures including health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic, and physical environment ... Read More »

NEK-CAP Head Start Currently Taking Applications for the 2014-2015 School Year

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Are you and your child ready to share an experience that will enhance both of your lives? Then consider NEK-CAP Head Start as a building block to the future education of your child. Head Start is a nationally known research based preschool program which serves pregnant women, infants, and toddlers. Head Start is available at no cost. Head Start staff ... Read More »

CMH Health Fair Coming April 26

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Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) will hold its 7th Annual Health Fair on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 6-10 AM at the hospital. CMH offers the reduced-fee health screenings as a community service. “We put a lot of focus on preventive care and want to help people be knowledgeable about their health, said Curtis Hawkinson, hospital administrator. “Our job is to ... Read More »

Red Cross Recognizes Everyday Heroes During Red Cross Month

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Topeka, Kan. — March is Red Cross Month and the American Red Cross would like to recognize the nation’s Everyday Heroes who reach out to help their neighbors when they are in need. “Our heroes are our volunteers, our blood donors, people who take our classes or those who make a financial contribution to help us help others across our ... Read More »

Families First Marshall County Accepting Donations For Haas Family

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Families First of Marshall County Is Working Directly With The Haas Family Following Their House Fire Last Night That Tragically Took The Life of Greg Haas and their Animals. Janice is in need of many items, and has asked Families First of Marshall County office be the drop off location, as the house she is staying at is quite small ... Read More »

Red Cross Reminds Donors That Need For Blood Doesn’t Pause For Holidays

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OMAHA, Neb. — Every day, patients across the nation rely on blood donated through the American Red Cross. Nearly 5 million patients need blood transfusions every year. Generous donors in Nebraska City can help the Red Cross meet patient needs by giving blood. “Accident victims can require up to 100 pints of blood, but they aren’t the only people who ... Read More »

Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week Helps Keep Kids Safe On Our Roads

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Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week is September 15-21, 2013, with National Seat Check Saturday occurring on September 21. This annual observance brings child safety advocates together to help educate families on the importance of selecting the right car seat for their child and how to use it correctly. “The safety of our children across the state relies on their caretakers. ... Read More »

Southeast CC Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

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Beginning in January 2014, Southeast Community College employees Linda Bettinger (Principal Investigator) and Jo Schuster (Co-PI) will lead a three-year National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education grant project to develop a Cyber Security focus for SCC’s Computer Information Technology program. Norman Stimbert, curriculum coordinator, will lead new curriculum development, and faculty will revise current curriculum to meet Center for Academic ... Read More »