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Holiday Hours at area Courthouses

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The Marshall County Courthouse will be closing at noon on Monday, December 24th and will remain closed on Tuesday, Christmas Day.  Marshall County Commissioners will have their weekly meeting on Monday December 24th beginning at 9 a.m.  The Washington County Courthouse will be closed all day Monday and Tuesday and the next Washington County Commissioners Meeting will be held on ... Read More »

Dallas Brass in Marshall County next week

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The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is bringing in a brass ensemble, just over a week after it had a 2 time Grammy winning string quartet.  The group, Dallas Brass, will be in Marysville next Tuesday and Wednesday and will present a free concert at 7 pm Wednesday evening in the Marysville High School Auditorium to wrap up their residency here.  ... Read More »

Voter Turnout Higher Than Expected Tuesday

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Voter turnout in Tuesday’s General Election was a little higher than normal around the area.  Marshall and Nemaha County both reported that voter turnout was 67-68%, about average, while Washington and Gage County both reported a little higher than normal, with Washington County reporting 71% voter turnout and Gage County with 68%. Read More »

Olsburg Resident Killed In Car/Pedestrian Accident On K-16

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Wesley Esping, 62, of Olsburg was struck by a car and killed in an accident Tuesday evening on Highway K-16 a half mile east of Olsburg in Pottawatomie County. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports that Esping was checking on a deer that was hit by another vehicle, when Rabern Vawter, 88, of Randolph stuck Esping with a 1998 Ford F-150 ... Read More »

Sections Of K-16 To Close Tuesday-Thursday In Pottawatomie County

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Kansas Highway 16 in Pottawatomie County will be closed at various spots Tuesday through Thursday for culvert replacement work. FULL ROADWAY CLOSURE: Eastbound and westbound K-16 will be closed to all traffic at varying locations for culvert replacement work on Tuesday-Thursday, November 6-8 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. each day. Tuesday, November 6: All lanes of K-16 will be ... Read More »

35-40 People Attend Marysville Pool Meetings

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Approximately 20 people attened last Tuesday’s pool meeting and only about 15 were on hand this Tuesday for the meeting at the Marysville City Hall.  Most of the questions were the general, how will the pool be paid for, what features will this pool have, is it handicap accessible?  Mayor Bill Phillipi stated that when the handicap question was asked, ... Read More »

Special Meeting on Axtell Post Office Was Held Tuesday

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There was a special meeting in Axtell Tuesday afternoon regarding the Axtell Post Office.  40-50 people attended the meeting, which was called because hours are being cut at the Axtell office.  Sherry Ronnebaum was at the meeting and said anytime there’s a cut in hours, a meeting has to be called.  It was announced that the projected hours would be ... Read More »

Week #8 – Twin Valley League Volleyball Wrap

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League Overall Centralia 10-1 33-4 B & B 10-1 32-5 Washington County 10-1 33-3 Valley Heights 7-4 19-16 Onaga 7-4 13-17 Hanover 5-6 18-15 Axtell 5-6 13-21 Frankfort 4-7 14-17 Wetmore 4-7 19-15 Linn 3-8 11-19 Clifton-Clyde 1-10 4-22 Blue Valley 0-11 3-30 Tuesday, October 16 Clifton-Clyde def St. Xavier 25-18 26-24 Southern Cloud def Clifton-Clyde 25-21 25-16 2012 TVL ... Read More »

Knowledge at Noon Program October 9

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  “Protecting the Energy Independence of Kansas: What Does That Mean to You?” presented by Paul Heitkotter, Westar Energy Efficiency Department will be the “Knowledge at Noon Program on Tuesday, October 9, 2012, at the Marysville City Hall. Paul is going to talk briefly about Westar as a company. Renewable energy, transmission projects and environmental standards. After that he will ... Read More »