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Charges Still Not Filed in Marysville Pool Incident

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Marshall County Attorney Laura Johnson – McNish say charges should be filed this week on a person involved in an incident at the Marysville Swimming Pool last Friday. The incident involved a man acting strangely which led to Marysville Police removing the man from the pool property. Police then interviewed several children and forwarded information gathered to the Marshall County ... Read More »

Treasure Hunters in Beatrice

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Beatrice will host a team from the Treasure Hunters Roadshow at the Holiday Inn Express Convention Center through Friday. The Treasure Hunters are available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Show manager Michael Richter said the Treasure Hunters are searching for a wide variety of items from antique toys to military collectibles. Treasure Hunters provide valuations for items of all ... Read More »

Kansas Creating Database of Special Needs Citizens

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Kansas is urging the disabled and other residents with special needs to provide information about themselves for a disaster planning database. Kansas Adjutant General Lee Tafanelli says the state Division of Emergency Management, which he leads, wants to make sure that local emergency management officials know about people with special needs in their communities. For example, Tafanelli said, registering with ... Read More »

Highway 36 Travel is NOT Recommended

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The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) is recommending an alternate route for travelers wishing to travel on US Highway 36 through northeast Kansas until July 1st. US-36 is not recommended as an alternate route through northeast Kansas due to existing construction projects and lane closures. The recommended route through northeast Kansas for this weekend is as follows: • For southbound ... Read More »

Flooding Possible With Tuttle Creek Outflow Reduction

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MANHATTAN, Kan.– The Kansas City District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reducing releases from Tuttle Creek Lake due to high water levels and flooding conditions on the Missouri River. The reduction in release will be stepped down beginning Tuesday, June 7, and will go to a minimum release of 200 cubic feet per second (cfs) by Friday, June 10, ... Read More »

House Fire Reported South of Hanover

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A house fire was reported at the address of Roger and Alice Juneman at 2194 All American Road south of Hanover.  Stay tuned to KNDY for more information as it becomes available. Read More »

Medicare Fraud Allert

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By: Deanna Turner River Valley District Extension Agent BE ON THE ALERT Some Medicare beneficiaries recently received a letter from their current Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Company or one they were members in the past. The company reported a security incident where a disk drive can not be located that contained their name, address and health information. The letter ... Read More »

Police Searching for Wanted Person

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Gage County Law Enforcement is attempting to locate Billy Anthony O’Keefe. O’Keefe is wanted on a felony warrant stemming from an assault. O’Keefe is a 25 year old white male, 6’1” tall, 160 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair. If you have information about the whereabouts of Billy O’Keefe please call Crime Stoppers, 402-228-4343. If the information leads to ... Read More »

Beatrice to Host Small Scale Energy Conference

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Anyone interested in small-scale renewable energy projects is invited to attend a one-day small scale energy conference on Tuesday, April 26 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm in Beatrice at the Holiday Inn Express. Technologies to be covered are wind, solar, methane, geothermal, bio-energy and flex-fuel infrastructure. Speakers will explain the steps necessary to turn ideas into projects, including resource ... Read More »

Linn High School Damaged by Vandals

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Washington County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a case of criminal damage to property that occurred in Linn Friday. An unknown person damaged the front door of the Linn High School. Anyone with information should contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at 325-2293. Read More »