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Washington Businesses to be highlighted on PBS program

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MarCon Pies and Herrs Memory Lane will be featured on a PBS program, Sunflower Journeys, to air this Thursday evening at 7 pm.  There will be a segment about small town ventures, which will include the pie makers that prepare and bake the MarCon pies and then Herrs Memory Lane will feature a private collection of antique vehicles.  The show ... Read More »

KNDY Announces Fall 2012 Football Broadcast Schedule

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Marysville, Kan. – KNDY AM 1570/FM 94.1 & FM 95.5 today announced the 2012 high school football broadcast schedule. For the second consecutive year, every Marysville High School home and away game will be broadcast live on Classic Country AM 1570/FM 94.1 and streamed live over the internet at http://www.kndyradio.com. Today’s Hot New Country FM 95.5 will feature 9 area ... Read More »

Injury Accident Occurs at Hwy 36 and Hwy 99 Intersection

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An injury accident occurred Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of Highway 36 and Highway 99.  According to Marysville Fire Chief Richardson a car on Highway 99 entered the intersection and was hit by a pickup truck travelling on Highway 36.  Richardson said there were injuries as a result of the crash.  KNDY contacted the Marshall County Sheriff’s department on Thursday ... Read More »

Marshall County Community Band Concert – Thursday

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  The Marshall County Community Band will perform in the Koester House Museum and Gardens at 7 p.m., Thursday.  Admission is free.  The band will play a variety of music. People are asked to bring lawn chairs. The Koester House Museum Foundation Inc. will serve lemonade, iced tea and water. Read More »

Marshall County Band Seeking New Members

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The Marshall County Community Band is seeking new members for their Summer Performance Season. The Summer Performance Season includes four concerts beginning with a concert at the Koester House Thursday, June 21st.  According to band member Colette Ottens, anyone who plays an instrument is welcome to join.  Currently the band has members from age 13 to the young at heart.  ... Read More »

Bicycling Across Kansas

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Several hundred bicyclists will travel through the area as a part of the Biking Across Kansas Bicycle Event.  The bicyclists will begin their 475-mile journey on Friday ( June 8th) at the Colorado border and end the trek next Friday, ( June 15th ) at the Missouri River bank in Elwood. Centralia will serve as a rest stop for the ... Read More »

Gage County District 6 Official Results

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With only four votes separating the top three candidates for District 6 Gage County Supervisor, an automatic recount was ordered by Election Commissioner Dawn Hill. The recount Thursday confirmed those results and will send Knabe on to the November general election against Democratic challenger John Hill. Read More »

Rattlesnake Slithering Around Centralia

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Centralia played host to a rare visitor.  A rattlesnake was found wandering the streets on Thursday.  Nemaha County Sheriff Rich Vernon issued the warning Thursday after the discovery of the rattlesnake. If you see what you believe to be a rattlesnake in an area with people or pets you can call 911.  In Kansas the typical rattle snake is fairly ... Read More »

Bern Play Postponed

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The final performance of the Bern High School Play scheduled for Saturday evening, April 14th at 7 pm has been postponed to Thursday, April 19th at 7 pm due to the threat of severe weather. Read More »

Suspicious Activity in Washington

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Someone was apparently shaking door knobs in the City of Washington overnight Thursday.  Washington County Sheriff Bill Dickson told KNDY that they received multiple reports of someone trying to open doors, supposedly to gain entry to homes.  Dickson reported that no homes were entered and nothing was reported to be stolen.  Washington County Deputies did spend extra time in the ... Read More »