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KARL Program seeking applicants

The KARL Program is seeking applicants for it’s next class and are available on the website, beginning January 1st.  Forms need to be submitted by April 15th.  Once the deadline passes, applicants will undergo a screening process and up to 45 of the top candidates will be invited for personal interviews in May 2013.  New class members will be …

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Gage County Bridge gets go ahead for bidding process

A federal aid bridge in Gage County southeast of Wymore has gotten the go ahead for the bidding process. The bridge crosses Indian Creek at 51st Road southeast of Wymore and extends from River Street in Blue Springs to 1st Street in Wymore. Federal funds will provide 90% of the funds for the project and Gage County have to pay …

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Arts Cooperative to Host Luncheon

  “Unmasking Mental Illness” Part of Lunch’s Menu   The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is opening the doors to the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art for a special showing of the exhibit, “Unmasking Mental Illness.”  As an added incentive, the cooperative is inviting guests to have lunch while viewing the display.    “Lunch with the Arts,” the first in …

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Wymore Councilman Walks Again

Wymore Mayor Dan Guenther attempted to appoint Beth Cordry-Hookstra to the vacant Wymore City Council seat but no motion was made as Dan Hawkins left the council meeting leaving the council without a quorum. Hawkins has now left the weekly council meetings four times, leaving the council unable to do business. The process to recall Hawkins has been started by …

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Senator Taddiken’s Email

Jeff,  Thanks for the e-mail. I supported the pipeline exemption when it was before the Senate a few years back.  It did not come to the Senate through the normal committee process but rather on the floor of the Senate as a motion to concur to House changes to a Senate bill. It was part of a comprehensive energy package …

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