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Steve Feight retains USD 224 Position 7.

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Washington County Clerk’s office verified that the USD 224 position 7 vote between Steve Feight and April Fahey remained tied, so a coin flip was done and Feight retained the position. Read More »

USD 115 Primary Results

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Dari Hilbert was eliminated from the race for position 2 on the Nemaha Valley/Baileyville USD 115 Board of Education. Dave Clements, Galen McWilliams and Kate Haynie will move on to the general election. Steve Bergman was eliminated from the list of candidates for position 5 on the USD board of education. Advancing to the general election ballot for position 5 ... Read More »

Marysville Mayoral Primary Voter Registration Due Monday

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Marysville voters who wish to participate in the primary for the Marysville Mayoral election must register to vote by Feb. 14. Persons can register at the Marshall County clerk’s office in the Marysville courthouse. The primary ballot will have the four candidates who filed to become Marysville Mayor, only the three receiving the most votes in the primary will go ... Read More »

USD 115 to Hold Primary for Postions 2 and 5

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A primary election will also be held March 1st for persons included in the newly formed USD 115 school district. The primary will include Position 2, which represents the city of Seneca, and Position 5 which represents Nemaha and Richmond townships. Registration to vote may be completed at the Nemaha County Clerk’s office and the Seneca City Clerk’s office during ... Read More »

Hanover Man Arrested in Large Drug Bust

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FAIRBURY – Jefferson County Sheriff’s office, Fairbury Police Department and the Joint Fugitive Task Force served a combined nine drug related warrants since Feb. 2, resulting in seven arrests of Fairbury residents for possession with intent to deliver. Those from Fairbury facing charges are David S. Fentress, 20; Amy L. Barker, 31; Steven D. Boomgaarn Sr. 51; Trampes L. McCardle, ... Read More »

Man who attempted to make police shoot him found insane

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The case against Barry Vilda has been dismissed from Gage County District Court and he will instead be committed to a mental health facility. Vilda, 46, of Beatrice, was arrested on Nov. 6, 2009 after breaking through the front door of the Gage County Sheriff’s Office with a pry bar. He then had a stand off with deputies as he ... Read More »

Kansas Attorney General Elect Will Watch Federal EPA Regulations

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Kansas Attorney General-elect Derek Schmidt announced this week that his office will keep an eye on any environmental regulations coming from the federal government that might exceed federal authority. The Republican Schmidt takes office next month. He said, “I think we’re in a period of time here where it’s going to be important for states’ legal representatives to keep an ... Read More »

Brown County Sheriff seeks public’s help to find suspicious person.

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The Brown County Sheriff’s office is asking for information from the public on an individual seen inside a stolen car parked along a road in the southern portion of the county. Sheriff John Merchant says the car, a green Volkswagen with Missouri plate’s, was parked in the area of 150th and Sunflower Roads on the east side of the road. ... Read More »

“Living Life Richer”

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When the economy is uncertain, when a person has difficulty doing what he or she should do to stay healthy, and when relationships are trying, life is especially challenging. The KSU River Valley Extension Service is offering free public meetings on December 1 and 2 to help individuals cope with these uncertainties. The program will be offered on December 1 ... Read More »

Postal Service wishing for a “green” holiday

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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 ... Read More »