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USD 115 Primary Results

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 ...

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Tuesday Primary to Narrow Marysville Mayor’s Race to Three

Marysville Voters will cast their ballots Tuesday for the position of Mayor. The primary was required when four Maryville citizens filed for the position, only three names can appear on the general election ballot. The four persons running for the position of Mayor are” Current Mayor Bernie Krug, who has served four years as mayor and is seeking re-election to ...

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Marysville Mayor will be Contested in This Year’s Election

Two term Marysville Mayor Bernie Krug, well be challenged in the April 5th general election.  Krug will face Time Jones and Michael Nelms. Three people have filed for positions with the Marysville Board of Education.  Chris Denner, of Marysville has filed for the at-large position 7 currently held by Kevin Samuelson.  Betty Temple of Marysville is running for her fifth ...

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Wymore Rescue is rolling again

Wymore Rescue Service is finally open for business.  Wymore Rescue re-opened on Monday with eight EMTs, six drivers and five support staff. Gage County Medical Consultant Dr. Don Rice said there could be up to 14 EMTs by the beginning of 2011. Rice continues to give credit to the volunteers who worked hard to make this happen There still appears ...

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Ward 4 Council persons appointed

Elizabeth Doll will be seated as the new City Council person, replacing Carol Phillips who resigned her seat in Ward 4.  Doll was appointed to the position on a unanimous roll call vote.

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Marysville loses Public Works Director and Council person.

Marysville no longer has a public works director.  Jim Mueller resigned his position at the September 13th Council Meeting.  Mueller had served as the Public Works Director since 2003.  Ward 4 City Council member Carol Phillips also resigned.  The council will begin a search to fill her position.

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Wymore Rescue Services must make a decision

The Wymore mayor and city council hosted an emergency open public meeting last Friday to discuss the immediate future of Wymore Rescue.  Wymore City Council approved an interlocal ambulance contract with Gage County two weeks ago but Gage County Medical Director Dr. Don Rice resigned his position as Wymore’s medical director.  Dr. Rice and Wymore rescue officials disagreed on the quality ...

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Rep. Committee Selects Laura Johnson McNish for County Attorney

Marshall County Republican Committee members met Wednesday evening in Marysville to consider nominations for Marshall County Attorney, to fill the unexpired term of Brian Carroll, who announced his resignation effective August 30th. Three candidates addressed the committee, Jason Brineger, Laura Johnson McNish, and Brad Lippert.  Brineger, a Marysville resident, is in private practice locally, and had served just over two ...

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Washington County appoints new Register of Deeds

Washington County has a new Register of Deeds.  Nola Dusin was chosen as the new Washington County Register of Deeds on January 22ndby the Washington County Republican Central Committee.  Dusin has been the Deputy Register of Deeds for the past 29 years.  She official took over the position on Monday.

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Confirmation Hearing Near End for Sebelius

It looks like Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius will soon be the former Governor of Kansas. That change in status could come as soon as the end of this week. With the Senate Committee’s vote that is scheduled for tomorrow, the full Senate should get the opportunity to vote on the Governor’s cabinet position nomination either Wednesday or Thursday. Sebelius’ ties ...

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