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Fire Burns 20 Car Bodies At Beatrice Scrap Processing

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Firemen responded to Beatrice Scrap Processing, in the 300 block of Market Street Monday morning around 9 a.m., after a cutting torch had apparently ignited leaking fuel. Several explosions were reported, with thick smoke downtown as firemen battled the blaze most of the morning. Over twenty car bodies were burned. Read More »

Fire Damages Marysville Residence; No Injuries Reported

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Fire damaged a Marysville residence Sunday morning. Property owners returning home called in the report at the Kleinert residence, 107 Calhoun. Fire destroyed a bedroom, with smoke and water damage throughout. No one was apparently home at the time of the fire, which was deemed accidental in nature. Read More »

Several Calls Keep Area Fire Fighters Busy

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The Palmer Fire Department answered calls last Wednesday. A wheat field was on fire two miles west of Linn on K-148, and a truck caught fire in the 900 block of Fifth Road. The Barnes Fire Department responded to a smell of smoke at the Barnes CO-OP Thursday. The Morrowville and Haddam Fire Departments Friday answered a call to a ... Read More »

Two Wymore residents arrested for Methamphetamine use

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Two Wymore residents were arrested Wednesday afternoon for possession of methamphetamine. According to Gage County Court documents, Wymore Police and a child protective services worker were called to an apartment in the 1000 block of West D Street in Wymore where Roger Cline, age 43, and Amanda Cline, age 33 live, in early April from a child abuse hotline complaint. The officers ... Read More »

Fire Destroys Apartment

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Fire left a Blue Rapids family homeless on Thursday.  Blue Rapids Fire Department responded to the Mesa View Apartments around midday.  The fire was located in the kitchen of one apartment.  The entire apartment and all the furnishings suffered severe smoke, fire and water damage.  The family did not have renter’s insurance.  They have a two year-old and an infant.  ... Read More »

Marysville Woman Injured In Crash

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A Marysville woman was life flighted to Bryan LGH West following an accident Monday afternoon on Hwy 77.  Kristina Scheele age 33 from Marysville KS, was driving an SUV south of on Highway 77.  Her vehicle collided with a semi carrying an oversize load travelling north on Highway 77.  Scheele received non-life threatening injuries and was life flighted to Bryan ... Read More »

One Person Critically Injured in Four Vehicle Accident

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One person was air-lifted to a Lincoln Hospital after a four vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 77 between Oak and Osage Road, just one mile north of the 77 and 121 intersections.  Highway 77 was completely shut down for several hours Monday afternoon while law enforcement investigated a crash that included a total of four vehicles. Gage County Deputies were ... Read More »

Fire Damages Marysville Home

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A house fire on Tuesday afternoon caused extensive damage to a two-story home at 900 Carolina.  According to Marysville Fireman Dennis Rockwell, Kandy Haverkamp came home, opened her front door and immediately smelled smoke.  She quickly closed the door and called 911.  Firefighters were controlling a burn at the waste water site and sent two trucks and fourteen firefighters to ... Read More »

Fire damages house in Marysville

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The Marshall County Fire Department responded to a house fire in Northeast Marysville on Tuesday evening.  According to Fire Chief Richardson three trucks and 28 firefighters responded to 611 North 18th for a report of heavy smoke in the house.  Richardson said when firefighters arrived they found dense smoke on the main floor and flames in the basement.  The cause ... Read More »

EPA mandated smoke management plan could lead to the regulation of diesel and dust

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The Kansas State Senate is holding hearings on a bill which asks the Environmental Protection Agency to exempt the Flint Hills from a mandated smoke management plan.  The United States Supreme Court has ruled on an “endangerment finding” and instructed the EPA to regulate “greenhouse gas emissions.  The smoke caused from burning pastures and fields can contribute to the air ... Read More »