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Nancy Fincham wins $5,000 to go to favorite local Non-Profit Organization

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Nancy Fincham of Marysville has been selected as a winner in America’s Farmers Grow Communities℠, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Grow Communities gives farmers the opportunity to win a $2,500 donation to direct to their favorite local nonprofit organizations. To further support counties that have been declared disaster areas due to drought by the USDA, winning farmers in these counties ... Read More »

USD 364 Board of Education Highlights 11-14-2012

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  MARYSVILLE USD #364                                                  Regular Board Meeting Highlights November 14, 2012   Citizen’s Open Forum Robert Watts spoke to the Board about his concerns with the football program. Theresa Forst spoke in support of the FFA program, and asked the board and administration to continue to support all activities and sports. Parker Price addressed the board for his family’s ... Read More »

Zarybnicky represents Gage County at National 4-H Congress

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Andrea Zarybnicky of Odell was one of three Gage County 4-H Members to be selected to represent Nebraska at the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, GA November 23-27. Gage County 4-H Council and the Gage County Ag Society will provide them with financial support and the Nebraska 4-H Foundation also sponsors a large portion of the fees to the Nebraska ... Read More »

Diller Odell Teacher up for award

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Beth Roelfs, the Special Education and Title I Director at Diller-Odell Elementary School has been selected as one of five finalists for the 2013 Harlequin More Than Words Award.  The top 3 finalists will have $15,000 donated to the organization that they are involved in and support.  Roelfs has selected the Diller Community Foundation Endowment Fund as her choice if ... Read More »

K-State Announces Contract Extension for AD John Currie

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Courtesy of K-State Sports Information MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz announced today that Athletics Director John Currie has signed a contract extension through the 2018 academic year, a move that recognizes the success of the department under Currie’s leadership while providing continuity as K-State surges forward toward its vision of a model intercollegiate athletics program. The ... Read More »

Centralia Schools Move Forward With Daycare Plan

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The Centralia School District will move forward with the creation of a daycare in the City of Centralia.  The daycare is being created with strong support from the residents of Centralia. John Whetzal, Centralia Schools Principal, revealed a location has been secured and the planning for the daycare is moving forward.  The Daycare will be in the Centralia Community Building. ... Read More »

Senator Roberts Releases Statement on Marketing Agricultural Products

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  WASHINGTON, D.C. – At a Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee hearing on nutrition programs and the marketing of local and regional products, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), ranking member, today said all titles of the Farm Bill should be consolidated, streamlined and evaluated to determine the best use of taxpayer dollars.  The following is Senator Roberts’ opening statement ... Read More »

Salvation Army Responds to Harveyville.

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The Salvation Army is providing support to the town of Harveyville, Kansas after a tornado damaged much of the community. A team of Salvation Army emergency disaster service (EDS) volunteers based out of Topeka has arrived in town with a mobile feeding kitchen to provide meals, snacks and drinks to first responders, survivors and clean-up crews. The Salvation Army is ... Read More »

Divorced Parents May See Child Support Rise

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Divorced parents in Kansas would see child support payments rise under proposed changes being reviewed within the state court system. An advisory committee appointed by the Kansas Supreme Court has proposed changes designed to reflect higher costs associated with caring for children since the last adjustments in 2008. The committee is taking public comments on its proposals until Oct. 24. ... Read More »