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Nemaha County Commission To Hold Public Information Meeting

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Nemaha County Commissioners will host a public information meeting Monday, August 4th. An architect representative will be present to talk about the proposed jail construction. The meeting will begin Monday evening at 7 p.m., in the meeting room of the Pioneer Building at 710 Pioneer Street in Seneca. In related business, Commissioners at the July 21st meeting voted to approve ... Read More »

Nemaha County & Seneca City Officials Meet On New Jail

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Nemaha County Commissioners and Seneca City Officials met Monday with a representative of Treanor and Company, the architects designing a new jail facility for the county. Construction could begin within a year, with preliminary plans for a 34 bed facility which would be located adjacent the current law enforcement center. A 35 year old 10 bed jail is presently being ... Read More »

Veterans’ Legal Assistance Program on Friday

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A Legal Outreach Clinic for Veterans has been scheduled for Friday at the Nemaha Community Building in Seneca.  The clinic will take place from10 a.m. to noon and again from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.    The clinic is provided by Kansas Legal Services in conjunction with area Pro Bono Volunteer Attorneys and a representative from the office of the ... Read More »

Neapco Explosion – Not an Explosion

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Officials from Neapco manufacturing released a statement concerning this weeks fire and reported explosion of an air compressor.  According to Neapco the compressor was contained in a four-sided wooden structure. However, one piece of the enclosure had been removed by maintenance crews weeks earlier.  A representative from Neapco said they do not believe an explosion occurred. Read More »

Still No Charges Filed Regarding Marysville Pool Incident

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Charges are still being considered for a man who allegedly caused a disturbance at the Marysville City Pool last week. Marshall County Attorney representatives reported that the incident is still under investigation and charges are still being considered. The representative could not say what the charges may be. Read More »