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Marysville loses Public Works Director and Council person.

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Marysville no longer has a public works director.  Jim Mueller resigned his position at the September 13th Council Meeting.  Mueller had served as the Public Works Director since 2003.  Ward 4 City Council member Carol Phillips also resigned.  The council will begin a search to fill her position. Read More »

Marysville Jr./Sr. High Bands to perform Friday

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 MHS Band Invites Community Players at Home Games  The Marysville High School Marching Band is looking for community members to play along with the band in the stands during the home high school football games. Band Director Tobias Wood said, “We have a small, but talented band. Many of the band members are working double duty in pads or on ... Read More »

Wymore rescue town hall meeting is Thursday

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A town hall meeting to discuss the future of the Wymore rescue squad will be held at the Blue Springs Fire Hall at 7 p.m. on Thursday The department closed its doors approximately 2 weeks ago when it was unable to find a physician medical director.  The physician medical director is required by a new contract with Gage County.  The ... Read More »

Wymore Rescue conflicts continue

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The struggle to keep a rescue department in Wymore continues to wear on the emotions of local residents.  Dr. Don Rice, Gage County medical director, notified members of the Wymore rescue department that they would become inactive after a decision by the Wymore City Council to close the department for a minimum of 45 days. The department’s closure was required ... Read More »

SCC Holding Generational Customer Service Workshop

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For the first time in history, there are four generations in the workplace. This means there also are four generations in the marketplace. Every member of each generation brings a distinct set of values, attitudes and behaviors with them. Learn how to provide exceptional customer service by attending a Southeast Community College Business & Bagel workshop titled “Customer Service Across ... Read More »

Moran’s Staff To Hold Open Office Hours in Marshall County

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MARYSVILLE – Congressman Jerry Moran today announced that a member of his staff will be in Marshall County to hold local office hours from 1:30-2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 12, 2010.  Kelsey Holste, District Representative for the First Congressional District, will be in the Commissioners’ Room in the county courthouse to meet with area residents.  Individuals who wish to voice ... Read More »

Blue Rapids Museum Chosen For Learning Project

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Mid-America Arts Alliance, a regional arts organization serving cultural organizations in its member states of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas has selected the Blue Rapids Museum of Blue Rapids, Kansas as one of 17 Kansas museums to participate in the Hands-on Experiential Learning Project (HELP). HELP provides museums with on-site affordable learning opportunities that further skills in areas ... Read More »

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week

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If you didn’t know, this week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, a week designated to honor those who perform dispatching duties for law enforcement. The Kansas Highway Patrol reminds us, when a member of the public or an officer needs help during an emergency, dispatchers become their lifeline, ensuring that the appropriate assistance is contacted and en route to ... Read More »

Kansas Corn Growers Association elects new leadership

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The Kansas Corn Growers Association board elected Bob Timmons of Fredonia , KS as the KCGA president at a meeting following the association’s annual meeting on Feb 2. Timmons replaces Brian Baalman, Menlo, who had served as the KCGA president for the past six years. “We have been fortunate to have Brian as our leader for so many years,” Timmons ... Read More »