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Washington County Voter’s Unhappy with Commissioners

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According to a press release received by KNDY a group of unhappy voters in Washington County plan to attend the Washington County Commissioner’s meeting on April 16 at 8:15.   The group is protesting the commissioners’ decision to change voting procedures.  According to the release Commissioners were presented with a petition opposing the changes signed by nearly 700 registered voters in ... Read More »

Beatrice Man Convicted of Attempted Strangulation

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Sean Cahill, age 53, of Beatrice no contest in Gage County District Court Wednesday to theft and assault charges.  He was convicted of attempted theft by receiving stolen property, attempted strangulation and attempted domestic assault. The charges resulted from two incidents.  In May Cahill’s former business partner was attempting to remove parts from the Shamrock Racing Shop.  Cahill shoved her ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 082911 an officer was dispatched to 995 All American Road for the report of Criminal Damage to property. Investigation is pending. On 083011 an officer investigated the report of a theft from 38 South Center Street Barnes. Investigation is pending. On 083011 officers were dispatched to 822 South Elm Linn for the report of a domestic. No arrests were ... Read More »

Nemaha County Sheriff Recovers Stolen School Property

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Nemaha County Sheriff Rich Vernon announced that the Department identified 2 suspects in a burglary case that occurred on June 21st at an area school. Sheriff Vernon announced that Dylan Barrett of Oneida, KS has been arrested for the Burglary. A second suspect is currently being sought. Vernon estimated that 75-80% of the items taken have been recovered and returned. ... Read More »

Property Thefts Continue to Plague Northeast Kansas

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The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has seen an increasing trend in property thefts over the course of the last year. According to Sheriff Hargrave the thefts over the last year have been spread across the county, touching all four corners. Sheriff Hargrave said that the thefts have included body shop tools and mechanic tools, firearms, and computers. Both homes and ... Read More »

Marshall County Man arrested for burglaries

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Charges were filed Friday against a Beattie man arrested in connection with several burglaries earlier this week. Gregory Bottom Jr. has been charged in two separate cases for the string of incidents that occurred between Tuesday night, July 5, and early Wednesday morning, July 6. In the first case, Bottom was charged with burglary of Twin Valley Developmental Services, Beattie, ... Read More »

Two Juvenilles Arrested for Thefts and Damages in Odell

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Early Sunday morning Gage County deputies responded to a burglary that occurred at 3506 W. Willow Road, Odell. The victim, Dennis Kostal, advised he heard the back door of his residence open and then observed two male subjects leaving his residence in a pink Geo Tracker. Kostal discovered a laptop computer and beer had been taken. Approximately 6 hours later ... Read More »

Linn High School Damaged by Vandals

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Washington County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a case of criminal damage to property that occurred in Linn Friday. An unknown person damaged the front door of the Linn High School. Anyone with information should contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at 325-2293. Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 021011 on US 36 just west of Thunder Road, Stanley Payeur, Clyde driving a 2003 Dodge struck deer. Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported. On 021111 Jay Holle of Hanover reported that a 1993 GMC truck registered to Midwest Products of Hanover was stolen. This truck was recovered on February 14th, 2011 by Fairbury Nebraska ... Read More »

Four State Agreement Allows Farmers to Operate Vehicles Without a CDL

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In a deal with Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma, Kansas farmers will be able to operate farm vehicles across three state lines without getting a commercial driver‘s license. Drivers with valid non-commercial licenses may operate farm vehicles within 150 air miles of their property. The vehicle must be used only to transport agricultural products, farm machinery or farm supplies for the ... Read More »