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Gage county pursuit ends in arrest

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A 19-year-old Sterling man led a Gage County  Sheriff’s deputy on a high speed pursuit through northern Gage County Thursday night, including through the village of Adams. Trevor Bessey was able to escape the pursuit, but the deputy obtained his license plate and arrested him later for operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest and speeding. According to a news ... Read More »

Thefts continue to plaque Washington County

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On 081710 Greenleaf Fire was dispatched to a report of hay bales on fire at K9 and Sunflower road. On 081710 an officer was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle call at K15 & 28th road.  Vehicle had left the area before officer arrived. On 082010 Ryan Huckett, Washington reported a theft.  On 082410 Mandi Woodyard, Washington was arrested and held ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners

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COMMISSION MINUTES, August 23, 2010, 2010          The Board of Washington County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, August 23, 2010 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present:  Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Roger Otott, 2nd District Commissioner; Gene Helms, 3rd District Commissioner, and Kathy Fritz, Deputy County Clerk. Chairman Helms called the meeting to order with ... Read More »

Gage County Storm report

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Gage County received more than five inches of rain Tuesday night, resulting in minor road damage as a thunderstorm system passed through the area.  Gage County Emergency Management Director Mark Meints reported minor crop damage from golf ball sized hail had also been reported. Winds stronger than 70 mph were reported in the Omaha area, knocking down trees and damaging ... Read More »

KDOT reminds drivers of work zone safety

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The Kansas Department of Transportation brought attention to the hazards at road work zones Tuesday. The event was part of the National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week, a program aimed at making drivers more cautious when driving near construction sites. Last year, five people were killed and 490 were injured in work zone crashes here in Kansas. KDOT has also ... Read More »