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Gap Financing available to anyone wanting to start or expand business

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Marshall County will have the opportunity to be included in a federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) program thanks to the efforts of the Marshall County Partnership for Growth. The program allows any Marshall County bank to access a revolving loan program administered by the North Central Regional Planning Commission (NCRPC) to provide “gap financing” to businesses wishing to expand, entrepreneurs ... Read More »

CMH taking Scholarship Applications

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Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) announces applications are now available for the Hoppenstedt Nursing Scholarship. Made possible through the Henry W. Hoppenstedt Trust, the scholarship will be awarded to a student who has been accepted into a registered nursing program at an accredited school of nursing. Applicants must be a graduate of a Marshall County High School, have proof of admittance to an accredited nursing program, ... Read More »

SCC machining program celebrates expansion with new name

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Southeast Community College’s long-time Machine Tool Technology program has a new name to go along with soon-to-be-completed new and remodeled space. The program’s new name is Precision Machining and Automation Technology, and it also will begin offering two focus areas instead of three: Tool Maker and Computer Numerical Control and Automation. “This is a better reflection of the current technology ... Read More »

Applications being taken for Tuttle Creek Watershed program

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Applications are being taken for the Tuttle Creek Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategy Cost Share Program.  It is for farmers and livestock producers in Marshall and Washington Counties within the Lower Little and Big Blue River Watersheds.  Applications are available at your local Conservation District offices.  You may also contact them for cost share rates, program summary, and details.  In ... Read More »

Walk Kansas begins Monday

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The Walk Kansas Fitness Challenge begins Monday.  It’s a 10 week health and fitness program encouraging teams of 4 or individuals to log minutes of activities.  Anything from mowing the lawn, raking the leaves, simply going for a walk or run, to exercising all count toward your minutes.  The goal is to help people learn to make physical activity a habit and improve ... Read More »

River Valley Extension District sponsoring 2 Workshops this week

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PUBLISHER NOTE: The Feb. 21st Trich in Animal Traceability is cancelled due to inclement weather. Please visit the RiverValley Extension website at http://www.rivervalley.ksu.edu/ for the latest information.   Advance registration is requested for each of two upcoming programs presented by the River Valley Extension District.  A program on trich in animal traceability is planned Thursday, Feb. 21 in Belleville at the 4-H Building on the fairgrounds.  ... Read More »

Centralia Native Bob Fisher To Be Featured On The Tonight Show

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Basketball sharp-shooter Bob Fisher hails from Centralia, Kansas and holds 14 world records related to shooting a basketball. Through these accomplishments, he will be featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday, February 12th. The show airs at 10:35 P.M. on NBC affiliates across the nation, and locally on KSNT 27 Topeka. Charles Barkley will also be on ... Read More »

K-State Coach Bill Snyder Signed to New Five-Year Contract

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State Director of Athletics John Currie announced today that legendary head football coach Bill Snyder has agreed to a new multi-year contract, securing the services of the 2011 and 2012 national and Big 12 coach of the year through the 2017 season. The new contract, which has an automatic rollover provision after the completion of each season mirroring the ... Read More »

LIEAP taking applications through March 29

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The Kansas Department for Children and Families is taking applications thru March 29th for the LIEAP Program, the Low Income Energy Assistance Program.  It helps pay winter heating bills for those with disabilities, the elderly, or families with children.  The amount of benefits depends on income, the type of dwelling, and the type of heating fuel.  Applicants must show that ... Read More »

Program on Orphan Train in Blue Rapids this weekend

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There’s going to be a free program at the Blue Rapids Museum this Saturday, January 26 starting at 2 pm about the Orphan Train, which ran on the Central Branch railroad.  A short video will be shown, Melva Sanner will do a re-enactment of Anna Laura Hill, a placement agent for the Orphan Train, and Pat Osborne, President of the Historical Society, will ... Read More »