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Beatrice to make most of 5th Street a two-way Street

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The City of Beatrice is making plans to make most of 5th Street a two-way street by this fall.  The street would remain one-way from Court to Market Street.  The cost to renovate and convert it to a two-way street is expected to be more than $300,000. Bids for the project will be taken until February 15th and include the ... Read More »

Highway sign replacement to begin soon

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On Tuesday, January 22, a highway signing replacement project will begin covering U.S. 36 in Doniphan, Brown, Nemaha, and Marshall Counties, K-87 and K-178 in Nemaha County, and K-120 in Doniphan County. Project work includes the removal and replacement of various highway signing. Work will take place during daylight hours, Monday through Friday, with some occasional Saturday work. The majority ... Read More »

Work Begins on Highway 77 Bridge

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On Tuesday, August 9, a bridge replacement project began on US-77 over the Big Blue River located one-half mile east of the city of Blue Rapids in Marshall County. The new bridge and realigned US-77 roadway will be built just east of the existing bridge and highway, along with a portion of K-9 that will be realigned to tie into ... Read More »

Construction Begins On New US-77 Bridge Over Big Blue River in Blue Rapids

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On Tuesday, August 9, a bridge replacement project began on US-77 over the Big Blue River located one-half mile east of the city of Blue Rapids in Marshall County. The new bridge and realigned US-77 roadway will be built just east of the existing bridge and highway, along with a portion of K-9 that will be realigned to tie into ... Read More »

Public meeting held concerning bridge over Highway 8

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28 People attended a meeting at the Barneston village fire hall hosted by the Nebraska Department of Roads.  Greg Weinert, Public Hearings Officer from KDOT presented information concerning replacement of the Big Blue River bridge on Highway 8.  Weinert said the primary purpose of the meeting was to gather the public’s input on bridge placement.  KDOT presented two viable options. ... Read More »

Two Marshall County bridges scheduled for replacement

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Kansas Transportation Secretary Deb Miller has announced the addition of dozens of projects that will preserve the state’s highway infrastructure to the state’s new transportation plan for the next five years. Thirty-five of the 56 projects added to the construction schedule are bridge replacements. The estimated cost of the projects is nearly $402 million. Among the projects added for fiscal ... Read More »

K99 in Marshall County closed Tuesday

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Kansas Department of Transportation reports that Tuesday, K-99 will close beginning at 8:00 a.m. and will reopen to all traffic at approximately 5:00 p.m. the same day, weather permitting. K-99 will be closed just east and north of Beattie approximately 4 miles (at milepost 225.7) for culvert replacement work. Advance message boards will alert drivers to the roadway closure. There ... Read More »

K-99 Highway To Close Tuesday North of Beattie

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On Tuesday, July 13, northbound and southbound K-99 will be closed just east and north of Beattie approximately 4 miles (at milepost 225.7) for culvert replacement work. K-99 will close beginning at 8:00 a.m. and will reopen to all traffic at 5:00 p.m. the same day. Advance message boards will alert drivers to the roadway closure. No marked detours will ... Read More »

US Census sends out second mailing

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The US Census Bureau will mail another round of 2010 Census questionnaires to about 40 million households April 1st through the 10th. These replacement questionnaires will give households that have not yet responded another opportunity to fill out their form and return it by mail. The goal is to increase mail response rates in areas that had low response rates ... Read More »