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Charges Still Not Filed in Marysville Pool Incident

Marshall County Attorney Laura Johnson – McNish say charges should be filed this week on a person involved in an incident at the Marysville Swimming Pool last Friday. The incident involved a man acting strangely which led to Marysville Police removing the man from the pool property. Police then interviewed several children and forwarded information gathered to the Marshall County ...

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Ashland Man Arrested for Sexual Assault in Beatrice

An Ashland man was arrested in Beatrice on Thursday for attempted first degree sexual assault. Douglas Vance, 34, responded to a community website posting on June 21. Over the next nine days, Vance exchanged emails and text messages with the person who made the posting. According to court documents, Vance agreed to come to Beatrice and have sex in exchange ...

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SCC, Union College Partnering To Bring Chick-fil-A Leadercast to Lincoln

A world-class training opportunity is coming to Lincoln. Southeast Community College and Union College are sponsoring “Voices of Change,” a Chick-fil-A Leadercast that will deliver a live broadcast feed to SCC’s Continuing Education Center on May 6. Seth Godin, Robin Roberts, John Maxwell, Dave Ramsey, Sir Ken Robinson, Dan Cathy, Muhtar Kent, Suzy Welch, Mack Brown, Erin Gruwell, and Frans ...

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Linn High School Damaged by Vandals

Washington County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a case of criminal damage to property that occurred in Linn Friday. An unknown person damaged the front door of the Linn High School. Anyone with information should contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at 325-2293.

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Recall of Wymore Councilman Moves Forward

The effort to recall Wymore City Council person Dan Hawkins is continuing despite the Wymore City Council filling its vacant seat Wednesday night. Wymore citizen Lee Carr said many citizens still support the recall process. Hawkins left five consecutive meetings in January and February blocking the appointment of Beth Cordry-Hookstra to the council. His departure effectively ended the meeting since ...

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Emergency Supply List – Severe Weather Preparedness Week

Ready, Prepare,  Plan,  Stay Informed. Reprinted from READY.Gov Emergency Supply List Recommended Items to Include in a Basic Emergency Supply Kit: – Water, one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, for drinking and sanitation – Food, at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food – Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA Weather ...

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Gas Exceeds $3.35 Per Gallon

The price of unleaded gas in Marysville increased from $3.09.9 to $3.35.9 in just 14 days. Casey’s store manager said it is hard on her employees who face the brunt of the customer’s frustration. She said the price is set by a person in corporate headquarters and the local employees have no input into the price. In Wymore, Nebraska gas ...

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One Killed, Two Injured in Blue Springs Fire

One person was killed and two injured by a fire in Blue Springs on Monday.  At approximately 8:30 A.M. Gage County Communications dispatched Blue Springs Fire Department to a house fire at 102 West 3rd in Blue Springs.   Upon arrival firefighters found Wes O’Keefe, age 47 of 102 West 3rd, Blue Springs, outside the structure suffering from burns.  O’Keefe told ...

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Pickup Crashes into Home Injuring One

A person allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol hit a home in rural Washington County.  Early Saturday morning a pickup hit the side of the Charlie Walter residence, injuring Walter.  The Washington County Sheriff’s Office informed KNDY that they would issue a press release on Tuesday.

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USD 115 Searching for a New Name

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.

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