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KNDY AM 1570 off the Air

KNDY AM1570 is currently not on the air for maintenance reasons.  We hope to have the project completed by Tuesday afternoon.  Stay tuned to KNDY FM 95.5 for the latest news weather and sports.  You can also visit our website KNDYradio.com or find us on Face book by searching for KNDY radio.  There you will find our latest news weather ... Read More »

KNDY AM 1570 Temporarily Off the Air

KNDY AM1570 is currently not on the air for maintenance reasons.  We hope to have the project completed by Tuesday afternoon.  Stay tuned to KNDY FM 95.5 for the latest news weather and sports.  You can also visit our website Kndyradio.com or find us on Face book by searching for KNDY radio.  There you will find our latest news weather ... Read More »

Nearly 350 people visited the news section of KNDYradio.com in October

Kndyradio.com news section visits have increased from just 80 per month in March to 343 in October. We hope see a day when over 600 people visit our news area on the site each month. Our goal is to provide acurate and timely news Monday thru Friday. KNDY News reports news from Marshall, Washington, Nemaha, and Gage Counties.  News from ... Read More »

Jake Carlson injury update – Thanks to Washington County News

The Washington County News “Talked to some Valley Heights fans tonight and found out Jake Carlson is doing well, even walking without crutches after severely dislocating his knee during a Valley Heights vs. Centralia football game. Extra precaution was taken with the injury as Carlson was life-flighted from the field to a hospital. Glad to hear he is doing well.” Read More »

SCC Hosting Fifth Annual Cyber Security Conference

No doubt you’ve heard news accounts about credit card and Social Security numbers being stolen, as well as the spread of e-mail viruses. It’s possible you may have been a victim yourself. One of the best defenses is understanding the risks, what some of the basic terms mean, and what you can do to protect yourself against them. Southeast Community ... Read More »

Heights Student Hits First Hole-in-One At Waterville Course

By Megan Wanamaker – Valley Heights High School Cell phones aren’t usually allowed during golf practice but on March 30th Tim Laughlin called Tanner Whiting with some amazing news. Golfing on hole 8 with a par 4, Whiting started and ended with a wonderful drive. Laughlin, Donovan Bradley, and Nathan Ramsay, who had been finishing up the hole 8, were ... Read More »

Kansas Wheat Prediction Up Slightly

Better than expected is the latest word used to describe the estimated Kansas wheat harvest. That’s what a new report from Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service is saying. The latest estimate predicts the Kansas crop will come in at around 300-million bushels. That number represents about a 3% increase over the forecast made about a month ago. By the way, that’s ... Read More »

Senator Lee Comments On State Budget

Last week was the last week of the regular session of the Kansas Legislature. After a three week break, legislators will return to Topeka for the wrap-up session which is expected to end sometime in mid-May. This past week the Senate and the House gave final approval to the fiscal year 2010 budget bill. 36th District State Senator Janis Lee ... Read More »