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Area Counties Ranked In Health Ratings

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Nemaha County was second only to Johnson County in overall health in the state of Kansas, according to the recently released County Health Rankings, which put Washington County 27th, and Marshall 28th. That is designed to represent the overall health of the residents, and is based on four measures including health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic, and physical environment ... Read More »

KSHSAA Sets 2013-14 Postseason Assignments

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The 2013-14 postseason assignments are now available for basketball and wrestling. Class 1A sub-state seeding will be on Wednesday, February 26. Brackets will be posted after 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. All games at the primary host site. Quarterfinal boys games will be on Monday and girls on Tuesday at the primary host site. Class 2A, 3A sub-state seeding will ... Read More »

Seneca DMV Office Now Offers CDL Testing

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The Seneca office of the Kansas Division of Motor Vehicles is now among 13 state offices qualified to offer commercial driver’s license testing.  A C.D.L is required for anyone wanting to drive a vehicle with a gross weight over 26,000 pounds, designed to carry 16 or more passengers, or requires hazardous material placards. It requires both a written and skills ... Read More »

Kansas Volleyball Association 2013 Hall of Fame Class Announced

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June 17, 2013, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is proud to announce the 2013 inductees to the KVA Hall of Fame. This year the KVA inducted six individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Kansas high school volleyball during their illustrious careers. This years’ class was honored June 1st in conjunction with the KVA All-Star banquet. This years’ class includes: Mary Lou ... Read More »

KANSANS URGED TO PREPARE FOR A SECOND WINTER STORM; STATE EOC TO ACTIVATE SUNDAY

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A second winter storm is moving into Kansas Sunday bringing with it the potential for freezing rain, sleet, ice and 6-12 inches of snow for a large portion of the state.  The new storm system follows a winter blast that moved through Kansas Wednesday through Friday dumping 10-14 inches of snow over much of the state. State officials urge Kansans ... Read More »

MCAC hosting Photography Exhibit at Lee Dam Center

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“Shooting with Dad – Photographs by Scott and Roger Bean” The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is hosting a photography exhibit at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art, “Shooting with Dad – Photographs by Scott and Roger Bean.”  The exhibit runs through Sunday, February 17, and features the photography of the father and son team, Scott and Roger Bean. While ... Read More »

Wildlife checkpoints in NE Kansas

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The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism along with local law enforcement officials will be conducting joint checkpoints in Northeast Kansas in early December.  These checkpoints are intended to enforce state and federal wildlife laws and state’s driver’s licensing laws.  There will be two stages of checkpoints.  The first stage will be local officials checking that drivers are properly ... Read More »

New State Income Tax Rules

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As the end of the 2011 rapidly approaches, the Kansas Department of Revenue has begun posting information concerning the changes in state income tax laws that take effect January 1st. The state of Kansas has sent out mailers to 160,000 businesses to inform them about the new tax law and how it applies to them. State Revenue Department Spokesperson Jeannine ... Read More »

Holiday Open House at Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site

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REPUBLIC, KS—The Kansas Historical Society announced that Pawnee Indian Museum State Historic Site will host a holiday open house 2 – 4 p.m. Saturday, December 8. Visitors can tour the museum and shop in the newly stocked store. Refreshments provided. Admission is free 2 – 4 p.m. Regular admission fees apply the rest of the day: $5 adults, $1 students. ... Read More »