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Marysville Jr./Sr. High Bands to perform Friday

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 MHS Band Invites Community Players at Home Games  The Marysville High School Marching Band is looking for community members to play along with the band in the stands during the home high school football games. Band Director Tobias Wood said, “We have a small, but talented band. Many of the band members are working double duty in pads or on ... Read More »

“Saving money in the Nursing Home” is topic of program

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“How can you save money in the nursing home” will be the topic of the Knowledge at noon program on Wednesday.  Arlene Wessel, Administrator of Cambridge Place share her experience to help attendees answer this question.  The program will be held Wednesday at the Marysville City Building.  This program will explain Medicare Benefits for Skilled Nursing Care and Rehabilitation.  All ... Read More »

Bulldog Band marches to the fair

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MHS Band to March at State Fair The MHS Bulldog Marching Band will travel to Hutchinson on Wednesday, September 15th to participate in the 2010 Marching Competition held at the Kansas State Fair. The MHS Band earned Excellent ratings last year, and hope to bring home a Superior rating from the judges, who grade the band’s tone, music, style, and ... Read More »

6 arrested in Beatrice Meth Lab case

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A sixth arrest has been made related to the discovery of a working meth lab found in Beatrice.  Daniel Lee Hile Jr., 40, was arrested Saturday for manufacturing a controlled substance.  Police discovered that Hile possibly left the home at 904 N. Fifth St., before police arrived.  James Oldfield, the renter on the lease, called Beatrice Police to be present ... Read More »

Local National Guard Members Coming Home

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Members on the Kansas National Guard 2nd battalion, 130th Field Artillery including soldiers from the local area are returning home this week from peace keeping mission in Egypt.  The soldiers were deployed in 2009 to serve with a Multinational Force and Observers mission in Egypt.  The unit will return in two groups.  230 soldiers will be welcomed home at a ... Read More »

Storm clean-up continues

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Storm clean-up continues throughout the area.  In Marshall County an estimated 8000 people were without power for a period of time.  Emergency Management Director Bill Schwindamann reported that damage estimates are running between 4.5 and 5 million dollars.  Winds measured in excess of 80 mph hit along a 30 mile wide swath that fell between the southern border of Marshall ... Read More »

Area Student Earns Kansas 4-H Scholarship

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Nathanael Vogt has been selected to receive the Orsheln’s Farm and Home 4-H Scholarship, an educational award from the Kansas 4-H Foundation. The scholarship was presented at the 4-H Emerald Circle Banquet held June 3 in Manhattan, Kansas. The state 4-H scholarship program is open to 4-H members, and the awards are made on the basis of ... Read More »

NFPA study: Nearly all structure fire deaths happen in home fires

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Home fires cause annual average of 2,840 civilian deaths Quincy, Mass. – According to a new study, Home Structure Fires, from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), home fires account for 92 percent of fire deaths that occur in structures. These fires cause an average of 2,840 civilian deaths each year. “This study strongly underscores the need to aggressively work ... Read More »

ESFI Cautions Consumers About Electrical Hazards

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Arlington, VA – In the aftermath of severe weather events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and flash floods, the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) is encouraging consumers to be aware of the potential dangers that result when water comes in contact with electricity. “As families begin to clean up following a flood or storm, it is important to remember that there ... Read More »

Beatrice man killed by tractor

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A rural Beatrice man was found under the wheel of a tractor. Chuck Benash, 55, was pinned underneath the left rear wheel of a tractor south of his home Monday morning.  The Gage County Sheriff’s Office reported Benash was last seen operating the tractor at approximately 6 p.m. Sunday.  Investigators believe Benash got off the tractor for an unknown reason.  ... Read More »