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Blue Rapids Woman Indicted For Theft Of Mail

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A former Marysville postal employee was indicted for embezzlement of first-class mail and political mail in October. Carissa A. Nester, 34, of Blue Rapids, was indicted on one count of theft of mail by a postal employee. The U.S. attorney’s office says that if she is convicted, the maximum penalty is five years in federal prison and $250,000 fine.

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Post Office Pickup Times Could Change For The Area

A proposal to move pick up times for mail at several area post offices is being studied. According to the Topeka Capitol Journal Wednesday, the carrier which transports mail from Marysville and Seneca, among other stops indicated that the mail could go out an hour or two earlier for zip codes in the 664, 665, 666, and 668 boxes. Mail ...

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Bond passes in Gage County mail in election

In a special mail in election in Gage County, which ended Tuesday, 62% of the voters voted for the purpose of paying the costs of improving and/or repaving certain highways and roads in Gage County, not to exceed $5.6 million.

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100 weather radios to be handed out to Marshall County residents at storm spotter meeting

A reminder of the National Weather Service Storm Spotter Meeting on Thursday March 21 at 7 pm at the Community Center in Waterville. From 6:15 to 7 pm, 100 weather radios will be handed out to Marshall County residents, only.  Proof of living in Marshall County will be required with some form of ID, a driver’s license or piece of mail with your current ...

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USING THE INTERNET AS A MARKETING TOOL FOR YOUR BUSINESS

 The Marshall County Economic Development Office is partnering with the Washburn University Small Business Development Center to present: USING SOCIAL MEDIA  AND DIGITAL MARKETING TOOLS TO INCREASE YOUR BUSINESS.  Participants will learn about the functions, practices, costs for using FACEBOOK, TWITTER, GOOGLE TOOLS, LOCATION-BASED MARKETING TOOLS AND OTHERS! When – TUESDAY, MAY 15TH Time – 12:03 until 12:57 pm Where ...

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Marysville Advocate Mailing Mix Up

 Customers who receive the Marysville Advocate by mail may notice that the name and address on the paper do not match.  Due to this some papers may not reach their destination.  If a customer receives a paper they should keep it regardless of who it may be addressed to.  If a customer does not receive a paper they should call ...

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Bremen Fighting to Save Post Office

Bremen Citizens are fighting to save their post office which has been designated by the Kansas Postmaster as an office that is subject to closing.  Gary Holle, Bremen Insurance is spearheading the effort to keep the Bremen Post Office Open.  An organizational meeting will take place 7 P.M. Tuesday evening at the Bremen Insurance Office.  The Postal Service has agreed ...

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Postal Service wishing for a “green” holiday

WASHINGTON — The Postal Service is the top choice for customers who want to go green and save green this holiday season. “We want customers to know they can trust their holiday cards and packages to USPS. We’re one of the greenest mailing and shipping companies in the world,” said Sam Pulcrano, vice president, Sustainability. “With more than a half ...

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Consolidation voting begins May 5th

Advance voting for the May 25 special election on the consolidation of Sabetha and the Axtell, Bern, Summerfield school districts begins on Wednesday.  For advance voting in Marshall County residents should visit the County Clerk Sonya Stohs, her office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.  To obtain a ballot by mail, people can call her ...

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US Census sends out second mailing

The US Census Bureau will mail another round of 2010 Census questionnaires to about 40 million households April 1st through the 10th. These replacement questionnaires will give households that have not yet responded another opportunity to fill out their form and return it by mail. The goal is to increase mail response rates in areas that had low response rates ...

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