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Intruder Drills to be conducted in Marshall County Schools

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The recent school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut have called for a plan of action locally. Now, along with tornado and fire drills, the Marshall County schools have called for set intruder drills. Plans have already been set in the Marysville Public Schools and practice runs have been placed in their schedules. Police Chief Todd Ackerman said that he would be ... Read More »

No major violations found in checklane

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93 vehicles were inspected by the Kansas Highway Patrol and 24 vehicles were inspected by Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, & Tourism in a check lane set up in Nemaha County the first Sunday in December.  No major violations were found by either organization, which was set up on Highway 36.  There were 3 misdemeanor arrests made, along with 2 ... Read More »

Home City Post Office Hours Set

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In an update to our story about area post offices having shortened hours, the proposed hours at Home City Post Office were 8 to 10 a.m., however they have now been set  for 9 to 11 a.m. Monday thru Friday.  Elaine Roever, Postmaster-relief at Home City, said they had received a letter from the U.S. Postal Service late last week ... Read More »

Washington County Fair board set for 2013

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Washington County Fair Board had their annual meeting last Tuesday.  Elected as officers this year are: President is Bill Keesecker, Vice President is Les Gauby, Secretary is Todd Lindquist, Treasurer is Kathy Richter and At-Large Members are Randy Hiestermann and Tim Klipp.  The Washington County Fair will be held July 16-21 with the theme being “Piecing it together in the ... Read More »

FOX Deportes to Broadcast Saturday’s K-State/Miami Game

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MANHATTAN, Kan. – In addition to the national FX television broadcast on Saturday, K-State’s marquee non-conference football matchup with Miami will also be carried live on FOX Deportes, the No. 1 U.S. Latino sports network, FOX officials have announced. FOX Deportes will broadcast 17 college football games this season with the K-State/Miami game as well as the AT&T Cotton Bowl ... Read More »

Marysville School Board Highlights

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  MARYSVILLE USD #364                                                  Regular Board Meeting Highlights                                                                   July 11, 2012   Elected Kevin Samuelson as President of the Board of Education for 2012-13. Elected Sandy Wilson as Vice-President of the Board for 2012-13.  AppointedLucy Westas Clerk of the Board, Cathy Yager as Deputy Clerk, and Jody Bruna as Treasurer. Appointed the law firm of Bolton & McNish ... Read More »

Sabetha Man Critically Injured In Explosion

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Brockhoff Manufacturing owner, Roger Brockhoff, was working on a grain auger when the explosion occurred last Wednesday morning.  The exact cause of the explosion is unknown. Brockhoff is at the K-U Medical Center in Kansas City in the intensive care unit. He underwent surgery Thursday for facial fractures. An employee, Wil Edelman, received minor injuries from the explosion.  Edelman was treated ... Read More »

Bob Fisher of Centralia Featured On “Inside Edition”

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Centralia native Bob Fisher was featured on the nationally syndicated television show Inside Edition. He set two new world records in the challenge for Inside Edition. Watch the entire video below: Inside Edition airs Monday-Friday at 2:00 PM on KSNT Channel 27 in Topeka. Read More »

Kansas Selected to Help Write Science Standards

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Kansas has been selected to be one of 20 lead states that will help write new national science standards. The announcement Tuesday gives Kansas influence in writing a common set of standards for public schools. Other states on the lead team include California, Maryland, New York and Vermont. The project is a collaboration assembled by the National Research Council and ... Read More »

Sales tax meeting draws small crowd

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A meeting was held at the Marysville City Hall Tuesday to discuss a proposed 1 cent sales tax increase to help the city raise up to $800,000 in new sales tax revenues each year.  Seventeen people attended the meeting to listen to designers and consultants explain the proposed tax increase and projects it will fund.  If the sales tax increase ... Read More »