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Harmer Named Sabetha High Principal At Special USD 113 Board Meeting

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Sheri Harmer of Marysville was hired Friday as Sabetha High School Principal, effective July 1st. A special USD 113 board meeting was held to consider candidates for the position, which was created as Todd Evans, who had served as Principal the past fifteen years at Sabetha was recently tabbed Superintendent for the district. Harmer had served the past five years as High School Principal ... Read More »

Nemaha County Commission Meeting Notes

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Nemaha County Commissioners met Monday. A preliminary cost estimate for a new fire station at Corning was approved. Kansas Department of Transportation has advised that a bridge replacement project on K-63 north of Seneca is to begin no later than March 1st. Discussion was held concerning the possibility of moving from volunteers to a paid staff ambulance service. No decision ... Read More »

Nemaha County Commission Report

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Nemaha County Commissioners met at Mondays meeting with Brad Lippert, and continued discussion regarding the county attorney/county counselor position. Lippert is considering the possibility of serving in that capacity full time, closing his Sabetha practice after Assistant County Attorney Hillary Boyle resigns that position at the end of December. No decision was made. Read More »

Extension Agent Mike Vogt Announces Transfer To Holton

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Marshall County Extension Agent Mike Vogt has announced his transfer to Holton, where he has taken a position as an Agricultural Economist with the Northeast Kansas Farm Management Association. Effective November 21, the transition will end a twenty year tenure with Vogt serving as Marshall County Extension Agent. The Extension Board is expected to begin a replacement search, with screening ... Read More »

HELP WANTED: KNDY Seeking Sports Play By Play Announcer

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KNDY has a position open for a play by play sports announcer. If you or someone you know has play by play experience, and would be interested in calling high school football games this fall, and perhaps basketball, let us know. This could be a part time job broadcasting games only, or we would consider a full time position. The ... Read More »

Tuesday Election Results

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Tuesday election results … Marshall County… Marysville Mayor Bill Phillipi was unopposed.  For city council, Vicky Gross edged Breta Bloomberg by a vote 56-55 for Ward 3, and Dennis Schroller unseated Liz Doll 161-54 in Ward 4.  Carla Grund and Keith Beikman ran unopposed in Wards 1 and 2, Marysville city council. In Blue Rapids, the top three for City ... Read More »

City of Washington Mayor passes away

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The City of Washington is mourning the loss of it’s mayor Harold Jones, after he passed away on Saturday Jan. 26, following a long battle with illness.  He was 67.  The city ordinance says that with the passing of an elected official, the president of the council will fill the vacancy until the term expires.  Ryan Kern is the council ... Read More »

New County Attorney in Pawnee County

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The Pawnee County Board of Commissioners have selected a new county attorney.  They’ve offered the position to Jennifer Stehlik-Ladman, a Pawnee City High School Graduate, and she received her Law Degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law.  She has worked at the Stehlik Law Office in Pawnee City since 2011.  Current Pawnee County Attorney Victor Faesser told the ... Read More »

River Valley Extension Agent Resigns

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Press Release by David Coltrain. This column is one I did not think would be written for a number of years.  However, I have been wrong about things before and I am certain it will happen again.  I have accepted a position in the North Central Kansas Farm Management Association with official employment beginning on July 29.  I will be ... Read More »