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Second Waterville Home Destroyed by Fire

      A rural Waterville Home was destroyed by Fire on Sunday.  According to Waterville Fire Chief Dane Parker the home located at 1842 Second Road was completely destroyed.  The home belonged to Jeremy Milner.  A passerby noticed the fire at approximately 3:30 p.m. and called the fire department.  According to Parker, the home had already started to collapse when the ...

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Duckwalls in Washington closing for good

Washington, Kansas is losing long time retailer the Duckwall Store.  Alco and Duckwalls Inc. today announced it will close 44 Duckwall stores, including 20 in Kansas, and redeploy the capital into higher return ALCO stores.  The Company, which currently operates 214 broad line ALCO stores in 23 states, intends to change its corporate name to ALCO Stores, Inc., to reflect its ...

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Palin coming to Andover, KS grocery store

Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will stop at the Dillons Marketplace in Andover, KS as part of her upcoming tour to promote her new book, “American by Heart.” Palin is scheduled to visit Nov. 28. The time has not been announced. Palin’s new book is scheduled to be released Nov. 23.  Palin will be joined by her husband, Todd, ...

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New business coming to Marysville

A new business with a historical flair will be coming to the West side of Marysville.  Local businessman Dave Lyhane has announced his plans to build a convenience store with historical features and retail space in the location former Dierking Lumber building. Lyhane announced the  8,600-square-foot building will contain a 5,000-square-foot convenience store and 2,600 square feet of retail rental ...

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Beatrice Caseys robbed

A Beatrice man was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly robbing the South Sixth St. Casey’s General Store in Beatrice.  According to court documents, Beatrice police were dispatched to Casey’s after receiving a complaint of an assault. The store worker told police that a man, later identified as Edward Perman, 44 of Beatrice, took a 12-pack of Budweiser bottles and an ...

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Retail Alert issued in Marysville

A retail alert has been issued by the Marysville Chamber of Commerce.  According to the alert, a man in his mid fifties has presented an item to an employee of a business asking for a refund.  The man says he or his wife purchased it earlier and didn’t want it.  He asks for his money back but has no receipt.  ...

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Marysville To Celebrate Pony Express 150th Downtown

One of the most famous events in the history of the US Mail Service was the operation of the Pony Express that began April 3, 1860.  The delivery of fast mail was handled by 100 riders who changed mounts every 10-15 miles.  The riders were changed at the 40 home stations between St. Joseph, MO and Sacramento, CA.  Home Station ...

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Former Sabetha Man Captured

A former Sabetha man was taken into custody  as a suspect in two vehicle thefts and other crimes that occurred in Sabetha.  Sabetha Police and Nemaha County Sheriff Deputies arrested 20-year-old Brandon Fanders, formerly of Sabetha, was arrested early Saturday morning at the Road Star Convenience Store Fanders is suspected in two motor vehicle thefts and an attempted motor vehicle ...

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Blue Rapids Resident Wins $20,000 Lotto Prize

TOPEKA, KAN. – A Blue Rapids resident, Melvin Merrill, has “dug up” a $20,000 top prize, playing a $2 Bonus Crossword instant scratch ticket. Merrill, who works inside a gypsum mine in Blue Rapids, won the top prize by revealing all ten words on his ticket. “I take care of my mom, who is elderly, and she enjoys playing Bonus ...

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Telephone Scams come to our area.

Seneca Police Chief Brent Schulte says the Pamida store in Seneca reported that someone is calling customers of the Pamida Pharmacy and identifying themselves as a Pamida representative that is verifying customer information. Pamida is not conducting any type of telephone verification and believe this to be a scam to obtain personal information on individuals. Schulte reminds residents not to give out ...

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