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Waterville Man Sent To KU Med With Disabling Injuries

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An injury accident in Douglas County Wednesday afternoon sent a Waterville man to the hospital with disabling injuries. Joseph S. Saur, 49, was passing a truck and trailer on U.S. Highway 24, four miles north of Lawrence. The truck proceeded to turn, and trapped the Saur vehicle beneath the trailer. Saur was taken to the University of Kansas Medical Center ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Meeting Notes – Jan. 26th

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. Following discussion, bills were approved, on a 4-3 roll call vote. Vicky Gross was concerned with the billings for Bolton/McNish Law Firm and Coffman/Defries/Nothern, indicating that there were conversations between the two, and potential of cross talk, in interpreting an opinion on the intangibles tax issue. An amendment to exclude the intangibles conversation from the McNish bill, that ... Read More »

Injury Accident Sends Odell Man To Hospital

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An injury accident was reported south of Beatrice Thursday afternoon. Claudia Fringer, 58, of Marysville was stopped behind a truck on U.S. Highway 77 turning into Beatrice Concrete, and was rear-ended by Milton Vitosh, 86, of Odell. He was transported to Beatrice Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The accident was reported shortly before 3 p.m. Read More »

Fatality Accident Reported In Washington County Tuesday

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WASHINGTON, KAN. – A tractor-trailer accident along US Highway 36 Tuesday near Washington left a 65-year-old Hanover man dead. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports that Larry Roger Mueller was traveling east on US Highway 36 following farming machinery, when a tractor-trailer attempted to pass his truck. The tractor-trailer was unable to complete the pass, and moved back into the right ... Read More »

Bullet Proof Ballistic Shields bought by Seneca City Council

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Three bullet proof ballistic shields have been ordered by the Seneca City Council to be placed in the three Seneca Police Department patrol cars for emergency use.  The cost of the shields was $6,000.  Bids are also being accepted by the Seneca Police Department to replace their current pickup truck.  The current truck will be used by the street department ... Read More »

Semi tips over in Gage County

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Gage County Authorities and rescue workers responded to a report of a semi tipped over along U.S. highway 77 late Friday morning.  According to reports, road markings showed that the truck was southbound on Highway 77 when he crossed the northbound lanes and slid into a cornfield.  The driver of the truck, who was not identified, was walking around the ... Read More »

Loading Zone or No Loading Zone

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The discussion of a whether a loading zone would do more good or harm was discussed by the Beatrice City Council Monday night. The issue is whether or not to add the loading zone in the 1000 block of Court Street. One of the business owners brought it to the council in October after he was issued a citation in ... Read More »

Deputies Capture Car Thief this Morning

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Two vehicles were stolen near Wymore and Barneston.  On Thursday morning at approximately 12:30, Gage county deputies responded to a report of a truck driving through a field near the address of 3435 E Sycamore Road in rural Wymore. Upon arrival, deputies located a truck stuck in the field.   While checking the truck and also a nearby residence for the ... Read More »

Cows Killed In Train Trailer Collision

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Several cows were killed in a trailer were killed when the trailer was hit by a Union Pacific train.  The Nemaha County, Nebraska Sheriff’s Department says 75-year-old Edgar Bredemeier of Stella was driving a truck pulling a stock trailer on 721 Road, when a northbound Union Pacific locomotive struck the trailer Monday morning. Ten cows in the trailer were either ... Read More »