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Blue Valley Re-Structuring

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Blue Valley Tele-Communications, Inc. (BVTC) hosted a meeting on Thursday, July 19th for concerned patrons and employees. This followed an announcement earlier in the week that the company was looking at reorganizing internal departments and staff.  Patrons and employees were allowed to ask questions of the management team and Board of Directors during this meeting.   A restructuring proposal has ... Read More »

Peru State Signs Marysville Native Jori Latta, Fairbury Native Traci Bohlmeyer

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(Peru, Neb.) – Two teammates from the Cloud County Community College Thunderbird team signed recently to continue playing softball with the Peru State College (PSC) Bobcats. Bobcat head coach Mark Mathews has added the services of Traci Bohlmeyer and Jori Latta to bolster the PSC roster. Bohlmeyer, a 5’8 second baseman from Fairbury and Latta, a 5’6 catcher/right-fielder from Marysville, ... Read More »

Specialty Crop Block Grant Program Open

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The Kansas Department of Agriculture is accepting applications for the 2012 Specialty Crop Block Grant program. Funds for the program are awarded to the agency by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service. The funds are in turn granted to projects and organizations that promote the competitiveness of specialty crops. In 2012, Kansas will receive $258,363 for the grant ... Read More »

SCC Women’s Basketball Opens Play March 20 At National Tournament

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Southeast Community College’s women’s basketball team is the first in program history to qualify for the national tournament. Fresh off their 62-61 victory over Bismarck State College in the District F championship game Sunday, the 14th-seeded Storm will play No. 3-seeded Kirkwood Community College of Iowa at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the first round of the National Junior College Athletic ... Read More »

CERT Training Scheduled For March In Washington

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Washington County will hold training sessions for new members of the Washington County Community Emergency Response Team or CERT. The classes will be held on the first four Thursday nights in March at 5:30 p.m. at the firehouse in Washington. Class topics include: fire safety, basic search and rescue, terrorism, medical operations and team organization. Anyone interested in joining the ... Read More »

Scholar Bowl Teams Qualify for State

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On Thursday, February 2 the Axtell Eagles WON the Regional contest hosted at Frankfort and qualified for a bid at State. The 2012 1A – Division II State Scholars Bowl Championships will be held on Saturday, February 11th, at Natoma High School. The Hanover High School scholar bowl team is headed to 1A state after winning their scholar bowl regional ... Read More »

Washington County FFA Very Successful at National Competition

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Washington County FFA members received several awards at 2011 National FFA Convention.  Alex Goeckel was the Overall National Winner of the American Star in Agricultural Placement. American Degree Recipients included:  Joseph Rundle, Michael Welch, Tyler Rose, Alex Goeckel, Trevor Baker, Wyatt Decker, Bridget Baker. Nursery/Landscape Team were the National Reserve Champions.  The team included: JoLynn Hennerberg, Ashley Stewart, Amanda Bryant, ... Read More »

Axtell and Washington FFA Teams Advance to Nationals

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The Washington County High School and Axtell High School FFA teams were recognized as State Champions in various categories at the State FFA Career Development Event contest on Monday, May 2. The Washington County High School FFA Agronomy team was recognized as the State Championship team in that category of the award ceremony. Members of the team are Samantha L’Ecuyer, Claire Bokelman, Shelby ... Read More »

River Valley Extension Agents Recognized

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Todd Whitney and Pat Gerhardt were recognized at the Annual K-State Research and Extension Awards Luncheon held October 19 in Manhattan. Whitney was recognized for 20 years of service to K-State Research and Extension.  Whitney began his Extension career as the agriculture agent in Logan County in February of 1990.  He spent six years there before moving to Rice County ... Read More »