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Main Street Beatrice Ribfest 2015 Set For Saturday


June 17, 2015 – Ribfest is here again!  Join Main Street Beatrice for an authentic American Street Celebration of great food, music, and fun!  The Annual Main Street Beatrice Ribfest will take place in the Security First Bank Parking Lot located between 6th & 7th on Ella in Beatrice on Saturday, June 20 from 3 pm to Midnight and is ...

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Worldly Entertainment for Homestead Days 2015


Have you ever heard Andean music?  Or wondered why women wore those torture devices known as corsets?  Come and tap your toes to Czech polka and much more at Homestead National Monument of America during Homestead Days 2015.  Friday, Saturday, and Sunday June 19–21, 2015, Homestead will feature nine different presenters and performers at the Education Center, Heritage Center and ...

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Excitement Builds For Orchestra On The Oregon Trail


“Beautiful music in a beautiful setting” is the way Kyle Wiley Pickett, music director and conductor for the Topeka Symphony Orchestra, describes Orchestra on the Oregon Trail – the outdoor concert slated for September 6 at Alcove Spring Historic Park. Pickett will be in the area Monday and Tuesday to promote the event as well as to meet with local ...

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Topeka Symphony Conductor Coming to Marshall County


Kyle Wiley Pickett will do a lot of talking when he comes to Marshall County April 27 and 28. Pickett, the music director and conductor for the Topeka Symphony Orchestra, will be in the county to promote Orchestra on the Oregon Trail. While here the Marshall County Arts Cooperative has scheduled many conversations with the maestro. “Kyle is a dynamic ...

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The Bulldog Report – March 23, 2015


Jim Borgerding, Kali Crome, and Adam Lindhorst, sophomores at Marysville High School, host this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. Hear what sophomores are studying in English, World History, and Biology; plus, learn about all that’s going on in the music department, drama department, and with FBLA.

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KNDY Internet Stream & Mobile Apps Switch Feeds


MARYSVILLE, KAN. – Dierking Communications, Inc. today announced a change in the programming for the 24/7 internet feed from KNDY Radio. Starting on Sunday, August 17th, the audio programming featured on http://www.kndyradio.com and the KNDY-FM Mobile Apps will feature Today’s Hot New Country from FM 95.5 KNDY. For the past 2 months the programming has consisted of classic country music from ...

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“Messiah” To Be Performed this Weekend; Groups Work Together to Present The Messiah Project

The sounds of George Frederic Handel’s most famous work, “Messiah,” will fill the Marysville High School auditorium this weekend as the Marshall County Community Choir takes the stage. Four guest soloists and a small chamber orchestra from Kansas State University will join the nearly fifty-member choir to perform selections from this sacred oratorio. Performances are 7:00 p.m. Saturday, April 12, ...

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First Ever Artober Fest in the planning stages

They’re just in the planning stages, but the First Ever Artober Fest is set for Saturday, October 5 in Marysville. A mixture of art displays, good food, and music, including polka music, and youth activities are being planned. If you have a civic group or church group that would be interested in doing a food stand or bake sale or perhaps know of an ...

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Al Simmons is coming to Marysville next week

Al Simmons remembers the first time that he heard the music of Gioachino Rossini, the Italian composer who wrote thirty-nine operas. “I was seven years old watching Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd in the cartoon version of ‘The Barber of Seville,’” he said. “Since then I have listened to a lot of Rossini’s playful music. I enjoy his sense of ...

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Turtle Island Quartet in Marysville Tuesday

Turtle Island Quartet to Arrive Next Week Holiday Concert Scheduled for Tuesday Evening After months of intricate planning and preparation, members of the Marshall County Arts Cooperative are ready for the arrival of their next visiting artist, Turtle Island Quartet.  The string chamber ensemble will be in the area Tuesday, December 4; they will perform a concert, “A Solstice Celebration,” ...

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