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Diller-Odell Principal Named Outstanding New Principal Of The Year

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Diller-Odell Principal Christopher Prososki was a guest on our Public Affairs program this weekend. He was recently named Outstanding New Principal of the Year, by the Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals. He has implemented a technology committee, initiated a discipline pyramid, and started a student advisory committee since taking the job in 2012.

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More than 100 show up for job fair

More than 100 people showed up for a job fair in Beatrice Wednesday as Blattner Energy, based out of Minnesota and the project developer for NextEra Energy Resources, which will build the new wind farm in southern Gage and Jefferson counties beginning next month and going thru the end of the year, held the fair. As much as 30 percent of ...

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Beatrice Chamber to hold job fair for Veterans and Military Spouses

BEATRICE, NE—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Chamber Foundation and The American Legion will host “Hiring Our Heroes – Beatrice,” a hiring fair for veterans and military spouses. More than 25 employers are expected to participate with jobs available for veterans and military spouses of all ranks and levels of experience. Companies range from America’s biggest employers to small companies ...

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Mock accident staged at Washington County High School

The Washington County High School staged a scary scene with a mock accident Wednesday afternoon in their parking lot. High School Teacher Deb Zabotrksky said the students didn’t go back to class and went out drinking and when they came back into town, they t-boned a vehicle that was leaving the parking lot. There were 3 “injuries” and 1 “fatality” ...

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SKF USA in Seneca to consolidate with North Carolina Facility

SKF USA in Seneca announced plans earlier this week to transfer the manufacture of industrial seal products from Franklin, North Carolina to it’s production facility in Seneca.  $2.4 million will be invested to upgrade the Seneca facility and the consolidation will take about 18 months.  28 employees will lose their job in North Carolina.  The Seneca plant currently employs 150 ...

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Seneca City Administrator Resigns

Seneca City Administrator Tami Haverkamp has submitted her letter of resignation effective November 30th.  She has accepted a part time job as Executive Director of the Nemaha County STEP Foundation.  Haverkamp says it has become hard to juggle her schedule with a young family and her duties as City Administrator.  She began her job as City Administrator in March 2008.

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Tiernan To become Osborne Head Football Coach

Tipton native and former B&B Falcon head football coach Steve Tiernan has verbally agreed to become the next Osborne Bulldog head football coach for next season. The opening came available after Cullen Riner stepped down as head coach after leading Osborne to a 10-2 record and a berth in the sub-state finals. Riner has accepted another job in the area, ...

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MARYSVILLE USD #364 Regular Board Meeting Highlights January 12, 2011

• Accepted the following donations: o Received $351.04 from Tom Knott for paint for the “M” on the football field. o Received $6,000 from Guise-Weber Foundation, Inc. and $2,000 from R.L. or Elsa Helvering Trust for the WIA program. o Received $500 from the Winifred Johnson Charitable Trust for the WIA program. o Received $125 from John McNish (Bolton & ...

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Republicans Have New Leader in Kansas House

Republicans in the Kansas House of Representatives take a comfortable 92-33 majority into the new Kansas legislative session in January. And they will do so with a new leader. This morning, Arlen Siegfried of Olathe was elected the new Majority Leader in the Kansas House defeating Richard Carlson of St. Mary’s 54-36. Siegfried replaces Ray Merrick from Stillwell, who was ...

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