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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes


Marysville City Council met Monday. A motion to reduce the time City Attorney John McNish would attend council meetings proposed by Vicky Gross was defeated with the mayor breaking a 3-3 tie vote. A subsequent motion to require McNish attend all meetings then passed on a 4-2 vote, with Gross and Carla Grund voting no, citing unnecessary expense. Council took ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Meeting Notes


Marysville City Council met Monday. Rob Peschel with the Partnership For Growth presented a proposal the group is pursuing to develop a business park. They are currently negotiating for eleven acres located north of the property from Kan Equip, the Pizza Hut, and Walmart. Council heard, and addressed the city insurance carrier regarding city employee concerns with claims and reimbursements. ... Read More »

A Collection of Record Proportions


The Blue Rapids Museum is close to opening a major and unique exhibit in the “Stanley’s” portion. The Floyd Sutton family, as a tribute to Fib, plan to bring in antique toys, Georgia Pacific photos, old model trains, refurbished antique clocks and unique working phonographs. There will be antique tools of known and unknown purposes and a tribute to the ... Read More »

Cold Weather Rule In Effect


The Cold weather rule has taken effect and will remain in effect through March 31st.  The Cold weather rule prohibits utility companies from disconnecting a customer’s natural gas or electric service during extreme cold periods.  The rule also requires the utility companies to offer a 12 month payment plan that allows cunsumers to maintain or re-establish utility service. Read More »

Nemaha County Commissioners Special Meeting 10-23-12

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UNOFFICIAL MINUTES — These minutes are unofficial until approved by the Board of Commissioners at their next meeting. October 23, 2012 Special Unofficial The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in special session on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 9:00 am in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. Present for the meeting was Chairman Mark Wessel, Commissioner Gary ... Read More »



This has been a rough year for crops like soybeans. The Marshall County Soybean Plot is located in the driest part of the county, but we plan on holding the 2012 Marshall County Soybean Plot Tour. The Marshall County Extension Service, in cooperation with Lynn Bargmann of Bremen, will be holding a tour of the Marshall County Soybean Plot on ... Read More »

Senator Taddiken Has Announced His Retirement


  State Senator Mark Taddiken unexpectedly announced his retirement after serving in the Kansas Senate since 2000 representing the 21st Senate District.  The rural Clifton Republican announced his withdrawal from a re-election campaign Friday as lawmakers gathered in Topeka for the formal end of the 2012 legislative session.   Taddiken told lawmakers he planned to spend more time to his ... Read More »

Gage County Supervisors approve 1 and 6 year road plans


The Gage County Board of Supervisors approved a one and six-year road plan. Thirty-three projects were approved for the one-year road plan, including three federal bridge projects: Blue Springs-Wymore east; in Filley and N-12 Nemaha. The one-year plan includes:  shouldering the Odell blacktop north and overlaying the Filley-Adams blacktop.   The most expensive project on the list includes the Filley-Adams blacktop ... Read More »

Long Term Care Insurance Discussion: Knowledge at Noon


“Long Term Care Insurance: What you need to know” will be the program at Knowledge at Noon on Thursday, March 1st.  The program will introduce attendees to long-term care and help them understand the need to plan for changing health and independence as we age.  The program will highlight how the potential costs of long-term care and their financial impact.  ... Read More »

Washington County Relay for Life Kickoff


Washington County Relay for Life will kick-off their 2012 campaign on February 20th in Hanover.  The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran Parish Hall.  The event will serve as a team kick-off meeting.  Volunteers are needed to organize and recruit teams, seek community support, coordinate logistics, find refreshments and prizes, and plan entertainment.  For more ... Read More »