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New Beatrice High School Stadium Approved

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?The Beatrice Public School Board has approved the funding for a new 3,600 seat stadium, all purpose Ram Turf field and eight lane 400 meter track at the Beatrice High School. The funding will come from 500,000 dollar Build America Bonds and 500,000 dollars the district has in its construction fund. Read More »

CMH Names New Chief of Staff

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Marysville, KS – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) is pleased to announce the appointment of John Ryan, MD, ABFP, as Chief of Staff, effective January 1, 2011. His term will run through December 31, 2012. Dr. Ryan is replacing Dr. Michelle Stone, who served as Chief of Staff during 2009-2010. Chief of staff assists in coordinating the activities and concerns of ... Read More »

USD 115 Searching for a New Name

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The USD 115 temporary board of education met Monday.  They approved having each building administrator in Nemaha Valley USD 442 and B & B USD 451 chose a person to serve on the committee to select the new name for USD 115. Superintendent Darrel Kohlman said the committee will present their recommendations during the board’s next meeting on January 17th. Read More »

Republicans Have New Leader in Kansas House

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Republicans in the Kansas House of Representatives take a comfortable 92-33 majority into the new Kansas legislative session in January. And they will do so with a new leader. This morning, Arlen Siegfried of Olathe was elected the new Majority Leader in the Kansas House defeating Richard Carlson of St. Mary’s 54-36. Siegfried replaces Ray Merrick from Stillwell, who was ... Read More »

New Kansas Seat Belt Law

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Starting June 30th, if you are stopped in Kansas for not wearing a safety restraint in the front seat of a vehicle – a new law allows officers to ticket you. What you may not know is that officers as of last Thursday, June 9th, can now stop you as a part of the primary seat belt law and issue ... Read More »

New Investment Tools for Alternative Energy Sources

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One area college has made a substantial investment in wind-power and another is looking at making a sizable investment. Both are hoping to put a big dent in the money they shell out annually in energy costs. Last month state dignitaries travelled to Concordia to watch the Power-Up Clooud Wind Energy Farm go on line at Cloud County Community College. ... Read More »

New lead paint rules take effect

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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 »

New economic development effort considered

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By Katelynn Hasler The Marshall County commissioners and the Marysville City Council both gave their approval Monday for the establishment of a steering committee that will examine the potential for a joint economic development effort. County economic development director George McCune presented a plan for a new system of economic development to the commissioners in their Monday meeting. The system ... Read More »

KHP Says Practice Safe Driving

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With the nasty Christmas weather week now over, at least until the next blast Tuesday evening, the Kansas Highway Patrol is still reminding drivers to practice safety on the roadways as the holiday season draws to an end, especially with New Year celebrations at the end of the week. We obviously know a winter storm, like the one that paralyzed ... Read More »

KHP Ties on Red Ribbons

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Every November, the Kansas Highway Patrol ties red ribbons to agency-owned vehicles to show the agency’s zero tolerance toward impaired driving. The Patrol will again display the red ribbons throughout the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s holidays. These ribbons memorialize the lives lost due to alcohol-related tragedies. KHP Superintendent Terry Maple says, “Crashes involving drug and alcohol impaired drivers impacts ... Read More »