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Farmer’s could win $2,500 donation to give to nonprofit organization

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For the third straight year, America’s Farmers Grow Communities sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving farmers a chance to win a $2,500 donation to give to their favorite local non profit organization.  Now thru November 13th, farmers in Marshall, Washington, Nemaha, Riley, and Pottawatomie Counties can apply online at www.growcommunites.com  or by calling 877-267-3332.  The Monsanto Fund will select ... Read More »

U.S. 36 Association Meeting Being Held In Marysville

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The US 36 Highway Association Annual Meeting for members will be held in Marysville on June 14th and 15th.  The U.S. 36 Highway Association is an organization of over 500 dues-paying members in cities along the U.S. 36 corridor.  From Indianapolis to Denver and Estes Park, Colorado, members hold a common objective in promoting travel on U.S. 36. They seek general ... Read More »

CERT Training Scheduled For March In Washington

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Washington County will hold training sessions for new members of the Washington County Community Emergency Response Team or CERT. The classes will be held on the first four Thursday nights in March at 5:30 p.m. at the firehouse in Washington. Class topics include: fire safety, basic search and rescue, terrorism, medical operations and team organization. Anyone interested in joining the ... Read More »

Art Exhibit to Open at Lee Dam Center for Fine Art

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  “Unmasking Mental Illness” opens February 12   The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is partnering with Pawnee Mental Health Services to bring an art exhibit to the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art.  The exhibit, “Unmasking Mental Illness,” commemorates the mental health organization’s 55th anniversary.   The exhibit includes a display of art from Pawnee’s clients, families, and friends that ... Read More »

Community Needs assessment needs the public’s help

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The Northeast Kansas Community Action Program’s mission is to eliminate the root causes of poverty in Northeast Kansas Communities. NEK-CAP is currently conducting a Community Needs Assessment that will establish priorities for the organization’s strategic planning and allow the community to take an active role in improving the lives of friends and neighbors. A Community Needs Assessment has several phases, ... Read More »