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Storm Women Outlast St. Clair 62-53, Earn First-Ever Victory At Nationals

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Monique Stevens scored 15 points and Kindrea Poole added 13 to lead Southeast Community College to a 62-53 victory over St. Clair Community College of Michigan in a consolation bracket game at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II National Tournament Wednesday afternoon. The victory, SCC’s first ever at nationals, puts it into an 11 a.m. game Friday against ... Read More »

News Stories Wanted

If you have a news lead or story in Marshall, Washington, Nemaha or Gage Counties please call KNDY at 562-2361. You may also contact KNDY by email at [email protected] or on the KNDY facebook page. Read More »

KDHE Informational Meeting

A special meeting will be held in Beloit this evening to help anyone who might have to disturb painted surfaces better understand new regulations in what is called the new Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule. Tom Langer with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Lead Program will be conducting the Town Hall Meeting which will be held ... Read More »

New lead paint rules take effect

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) New rules on lead-based paint in Kansas housing go into effect this week. The regulations are meant to minimize the risk of lead poisoning to residents and to people who work with paint. The Kansas Department of Heath and Environment administers the new rules, which take effect Friday. They apply to contractors, property managers and others who ... Read More »

Regional Economy Picking Up

A perfect lead in to the next story!!! Creighton University Economist Ernie Goss is predicting, “The likelihood of dipping back into recessionary territory has diminished significantly.” Goss says a January survey of business leaders in 9-Midwest and Plains state suggests the region’s economy is picking up steam. The Business Conditioning Index for the Mid-America Region made a healthy jump in ... Read More »