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Down, Not Out: No. 25 Kansas Rallies Past Siena

A winless Siena College pushed No. 25 Kansas to the brink of certain loss with a six-run outburst in the top of the fourth inning Saturday morning, but the Jayhawks exploded with seven runs of their own in the bottom half, including a grand slam from D...

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W. Tennis. Wildcats Maul Rams on Saturday

Kansas State women's tennis shook off its loss from Friday with a dominating 7-0 win over Colorado State on Saturday. The win evens K-State's record at 6-6, as the Wildcats have now won four of their last five matches.

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W. Basketball. Late Rally Not Enough for K-State

A late rally brought K-State back into a 62-60 lead, but a jumper by Texas Tech's Amber Battle at the end of regulation and a 9-0 run to open overtime sent K-State to its third loss at home this season, 74-68.

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Fire Destroys Residence In Wymore

A Wymore residence was destroyed by fire early last Wednesday morning. Paul Pratt, who owns the two story property at 605 N. 12th Street, was sleeping at a neighbor’s house when firefighters arrived shortly before 6 am. It is suspected that the house may have been burning internally for some time before smoke was visible. The structure is a total ...

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Lightning cause of house fire near Wymore

Lightning early last Thursday morning has been ruled as the cause of a house fire about 1 1/2 miles southwest of Wymore. The report came in just after midnight and by the time firefighters arrived at 12:20 am, the house was fully engulfed. Sharon Colgrove was the lone occupant and was able to escape without injury, however a cat and ...

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Marysville Firemen respond to car fire

The Marysville Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire last Monday near 12th and Broadway in Marysville. Jason Brown of Marysville was eastbound on Highway 36 when his vehicle caught fire due to transmission trouble.  He pulled into the Citizens State Bank ATM drive through.  The Ford Explorer was a total loss. No injuries were reported.

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The Marysville City Council Approved Continuing the Police Officers’ Wellness Program

Chief Todd Ackerman presented the Marysville City Council with an assessment of the Marysville Police Officers participating in the wellness program.  The program was considered controversial because it would allow officers to exercise while on the job. The assessment was prepared by Pam Schroller, owner of Marysville Fitness.  According to the assessment all the officers continued to gain muscle mass ...

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FSA Emergency loans available to farmers

Farmers in Nemaha County, who suffered crop or livestock losses due to drought occurring August 7, 2012 and continuing may now apply for Farm Service Agency (FSA) emergency loans,” FSA Farm Loan Manager Kay A. McCoy, said today. Marshall and Pottawatomie Counties also became eligible under existing legislation which provides that farmers in counties bordering on those which have been ...

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