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Marshall County Commissioners Meeting Notes

Marshall County Commissioners met Monday.  Ed Henry advised that Twin Valley Developmental Services is considering dropping their general transportation service. Marshall County Economic Development Committee is requesting funding for a proposed Marshall County Industrial Park. At this time the board has not appropriated any money toward this project. Commissioners did approve advertising for a part time employee to work 3-4 ...

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HELP WANTED: KNDY Seeking Sports Play By Play Announcer

KNDY has a position open for a play by play sports announcer. If you or someone you know has play by play experience, and would be interested in calling high school football games this fall, and perhaps basketball, let us know. This could be a part time job broadcasting games only, or we would consider a full time position. The ...

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House Fire in Hanover does major damage

A house fire in Hanover Thursday evening does major damage, and is likely to be a total loss. The Hanover, Hollenberg, and Washington Fire Departments were called out to the fire in the 500 block of South Hanover Street in Hanover a little before 6 pm. The owner, Craig Heuer, was not at home at the time of the fire. The cause of ...

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Inmate Escapes Pottawatomie County Jail

UPDATE 4/20/2013 – Jon Adrian Getzlaf was captured this morning. No further details are available at this time. Westmoreland, Kan. – The Pottawatomie County Sheriffs Office reports that a man, Jon Adrian Getzlaf, escaped from the Pottawatomie County Jail this morning. Pottawatomie County Dispatch reports that he escaped under a fence outside the jail, and was last seen heading south. Getzlaf ...

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Marysville City Council Notes 4-8-2013

Marysville City Council met for their first of the month meeting Monday night, with it being the final council meeting for 4 of them, Bud Schuette, Bob Shipman, Charles Schwindamann, and Liz Doll.  Among items discussed, the water tower project was put on hold and all bids were rejected so that the council could have more time to work on ...

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Red Cross Launches Tornado App For Severe Weather Awareness

The American Red Cross has launched its official Tornado App, putting lifesaving information right in the hands of people who live in, visit or have loved ones in tornado-prone areas. This free app—available in English or Spanish—gives iPhone, iPad and Android smart phone and tablet users instant access to local and real-time information, so they know what to do before, ...

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Train Derails Southeast of Fairbury

41 coal cars jumped the tracks southeast of Fairbury early Sunday morning around 1 a.m.  The Union Pacific said that the train was eastbound pulling 142 cars total.  No one was injured in the incident and the Union Pacific was working with heavy machinery to clean up the crash site.  The cause for the derailment is unknown at this time and it’s unclear how ...

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Chiefs Name Andy Reid Head Coach

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt and the Kansas City Chiefs formally introduced Andy Reid as the 13th head coach in club history on Monday. “We are thrilled to welcome Andy to the Chiefs family,” Hunt said. “Throughout his career, Andy has established himself as one of the finest coaches in the National Football League. His integrity, ...

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Seneca City Administrator turns in resignation…. again

Seneca City Administrator Tami Haverkamp has turned in her resignation, effective January 29th.  It’s the second time she’s turned in her resignation. She first submitted a letter of resignation in July to be effective the end of November, but withdrew that in August and the city council voted to continue her contract and give her an additional $350 a month ...

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Marysville Police Dept getting 8 new AR-15 rifles

The Marysville City Council voted 5-1 at it’s final meeting of 2012 to purchase 8 new AR-15 rifles and 30 round magazines for the Marysville Police Department. Following the Newtown, Connecticut school shootings, demand for these guns have gone up and Police Chief Todd Ackerman expected the purchase price to go up drastically, as a result. His original plans were ...

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