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Cloud County Community College To Be At Washington Co. High School Tonight

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Cloud County Community College is partnering with the Washington County School District to offer Agri Biotechnology, and CDL trainings. An Associate Degree or certification may be obtained through the program, helping prepare future employees. Cloud County representatives will be on hand Tuesday evening (2/3/15) at 6:30 p.m. at Washington County High School to answer questions, and will have a mobile ...

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SCC Among State’s Community Colleges To Reach Transfer Agreement With UNMC

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In an effort to increase the number of registered nurses in Nebraska with bachelor’s degrees, the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing will provide early, guaranteed admission in the RN to BSN program for qualified students enrolled in associate degree nursing programs at the six community colleges in the state. Southeast Community College offers its Associate Degree Nursing ...

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Bill Snyder Elected to College Football Hall of Fame

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DALLAS, Texas – Bill Snyder, the architect of the “greatest turnaround in the history of college football,” will become just the fourth person in the history of college football to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as an active coach as the legendary K-State coach was announced today as part of the National Football Foundation’s College Football ...

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Kansas Football Welcomes Six New Staffers, Including Rob Likens as OC

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LAWRENCE, Kan. –Kansas head football coach David Beaty announced the hiring of six members to his coaching staff, including the arrival of four on-field assistant coaches, on Tuesday. With the role of defensive coordinator filled by assistant head coach Clint Bowen, Beaty announced that Rob Likens will orchestrate the offensive side of the ball as KU’s offensive coordinator. Likens arrives ...

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USD 364 Board of Education Meeting Notes

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The Marysville USD 364 School Board met Wednesday. Enrollment projections for 2015-16 appear to be stable. The district is implementing a school based mentoring program, in cooperation with Families First of Marshall County. An outline of the agreement was reviewed. Board members were reminded that the deadline to file for school board elections is noon, January 27. Regular Board Meeting ...

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Midland Care PACE Expands to Lyon, Marshall, Nemaha Counties

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Topeka, KS – Midland Care announced today that PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) will soon be available in three new Kansas counties: Lyon, Nemaha and Marshall. Midland Care PACE is the fourth option for managed care for Kansas Medicaid recipients in addition to Amerigroup, UnitedHealthcare and Sunflower. Participants can choose PACE, a small, locally operated program, for ...

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Marshall County Extension To Host Webinar On Farm Bill

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Marshall County Extension will host an hour long webinar on the 2014 Farm Bill, Thursday October 2, beginning at 10 a.m. at Marysville City Hall. The decision aid tool, developed by Kansas State and Oklahoma State Universities will assist farmers in calculating their new crop base allocation and program yield. Results presented in both current and updated base acres can help determine if updating with ...

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Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – June 30th

The Board of County Commission (BOCC) for Washington County met in regular session on Monday, June 30, 2014 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse. Members present: Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; and Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner. Denae Dimler, County Clerk, was present to record meeting minutes. Next regular ...

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KDOT Program Will Reduce Number Of Deficient Bridges On Local Road Systems

A Kansas Department of Transportation program designed to reduce the number of deficient bridges on local road systems will also benefit the state’s agriculture industry. The new $10 million program, announced today in Hutchinson by Transportation Secretary Mike King, will provide up to $120,000 to local jurisdictions – primarily counties – to replace small bridges that are rated deficient. Bridges ...

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Centralia Schools Close Panther Daycare

The Centralia School closed the Panther Daycare June 1st. The public facility had served some 33 children, but state regulations had complicated the budget and restricted staffing. Decreasing enrollment, higher rent, and other costs led to the decision to suspend the two year old program.

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