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Statement From The Washington County Sheriff’s Department

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The following statement was released online by the Washington County Sheriff’s Department regarding an incident at USD 108 Washington County Schools yesterday. As most of you in the Washington area know already, our agency and USD 108 have taken precautionary measures for today on the school grounds. Right now there is a lot of misinformation being distributed through social media, ... Read More »

Marysville Main Street working on new Vision Statement

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Marysville Main Street organization gathered on April 3rd in order to seek a new vision statement. About 40 community members attended this meeting in order to come up with goals and ideas for the community. With the discussion came talk of the downtown history upkeep while still expressing modern amenities. Also among their discussion was the need for living space in loft apartments ... Read More »

Kansas City Chiefs Terminate GM Scott Pioli

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Friday that the club and General Manager Scott Pioli have mutually agreed to part ways. “After several productive conversations, we made the difficult decision to part ways with Scott Pioli and allow him to pursue other opportunities,” Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said. “Scott has been an invaluable member ... Read More »

Moran Visits Washington County

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Jerry Moran visited Main Street of Barnes this morning. Moran posted a statement saying, “This is a community that is working hard to have a strong future with many specialty and antique shops, two cafes and USD 223 offices”. U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) will speak at the Rotary Club of Washington on Monday, September 24, 2012. Following his remarks, ... Read More »

Walmart Text Scam Reported

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The Better Business Bureau issued a news release Wednesday to draw attention to a a new type of texting scam called “smishing,” which includes a Walmart gift card scam in Kansas. The bureau said consumers throughout the state have been receiving cell phone text messages claiming they won a free Walmart gift card. The texts instruct you to click on ... Read More »

Blue Rapids Cable Rates Increasing

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Cable rates for Blue Rapids will be increasing January 1st.  Zito Media, the Cable Company providing the television programming announced increase this week.  The company issued this statement: “Zito Media strives to keep its service rates as reasonable as possible. Our biggest challenge is doing this is the prices which we have to pay to television programmers in order to ... 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 »

Three Wymore men arrested for burglary

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DATE: July 27th 2010 @ 0700       LOCATION: 33094 S. 51st Road OFFENSE: Burglary         CASE: 2010-3426                On Tuesday July 27th 2010, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a burglary and theft that had taken place at the property owned by Elroy Ideus.  Mr. Ideus advised that someone had entered the house and outbuilding and stole numerous items ... Read More »

Realtors Association Endorses Moran

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“Jerry Moran is the right man to represent Kansas in the U.S. Senate and we are proud to endorse him.” That statement came this past weekend from Kansas Association of Realtors President Brian Jones. In an Overland Park get-together on Sunday, Jones noted Moran’s work on behalf of property owners and the business community just before handing over his organization’s ... Read More »