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2013 Area High School Football Composite Schedule Released

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MARYSVILLE, KAN. – The high school football season officially gets underway this month, and in an effort to deliver the most comprehensive coverage possible, we have compiled the schedules for all of the Twin Valley League and North Central Kansas League schools for this season, as well as the schools our signal reaches in Nebraska. With the start of the ... Read More »

Police Blotter: Washington Theft & Unclaimed Property

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Washington County authorities responded to a theft reported Thursday at 112 East 4th Street in Washington. The Nemaha County Sheriff advises that they had an iPod Touch turned in about a month ago that has gone unclaimed. If it may be yours, please identify with the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office. Read More »

Independence Day Activities Are Planned In Area Communities

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Waterville gets a jump start on Wednesday evening with entertainment and concessions. Fireworks are scheduled for dusk at Lipton ball field. Marysville starts the fourth with a family fun run/walk/ride on the Blue River Rail Trail beginning at 9.  Pre-register at Marysville Health and Fitness, with on-site registration also available. The city will offer free swimming at the pool. Historic ... Read More »

Marysville School Board holds special meeting Thursday

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The Marysville USD 364 Board of Education held a special meeting Thursday afternoon and accepted the resignation of Brad Hammett as the District Substitute and also offered a contract to Jason Wheeler of Centralia as the Elementary Principal, replacing Sharon Helus who has taken a similar position in the Topeka Seaman School District. Wheeler is a Junior/Senior High Social Studies teacher ... Read More »

No major accidents reported in Marshall County during storm

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There were no major accidents reported during the snowstorm Thursday in Marshall County. Two accidents did occur, one just west of Home City on Highway 36, however no major injuries were reported. Marysville reported about 5.5 inches of snow, that after forecasts earlier in the week were thinking we could see upwards of two feet!! Read More »

Man pulled from grain bin Wednesday back at work Thursday

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The man who was rescued from a grain bin at Valley View Milling, located north of Seneca, Wednesday afternoon, was back on the job Thursday already. Mark Haverkamp, who is also chairman of Valley View Milling, wanted to thank all the responders who came to help rescue him. The call came in about 12:40 Wednesday afternoon and he was brought ... Read More »

Postponements and Cancellations already starting to filter in

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The River Valley Extension District program on animal tracablity in Belleville scheduled for Thursday has been cancelled due to the impending snowstorm.  Also, the NCKL Junior High Tournament scheduled for Thursday has been moved to Wednesday when the Marysville 7th graders will play in the championship game beginning at 3:45 pm in Concordia.  And the MHS School play “Arsenic and ... Read More »

Ag Profitability Conference in Home City Jan. 31

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There’s going to be an Ag Profitablity Conference next Thursday, January 31, at the Blue Valley Telecommunications Lower Level Public Meeting Room in Home City.  It will start at 9:30 am with registration and conclude by 2 pm.  Speakers will be from the K-State Agricultural Economics Department, including Glen Tonsor speaking about the Beef and Cattle Economic Market Outlook, Troy ... Read More »

City notes from Washington and Marysville

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Here’s a note from the City of Marysville.  The Marysville Brush Dump will only be open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 1-5 until further notice. And a note from the City of Washington.  The intersection of 6th and B Street in Washington reopened to traffic Thursday morning. Read More »