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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 »

Week #4 – Twin Valley League Volleyball Wrap

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League Overall Washington County 7-1 12-1 B & B 7-1 18-2 Centralia 7-1 17-2 Valley Heights 5-3 9-5 Onaga 5-3 8-6 Axtell 4-4 5-8 Wetmore 3-5 6-7 Hanover 3-5 8-10 Frankfort 3-5 6-6 Linn 3-5 4-12 Clifton-Clyde 1-7 4-12 Blue Valley 0-8 0-14 TOURNEY RESULTS Saturday, September 15 Hiawatha Invitational B & B def Maur Hill-Mount Academy 25-14 25-16 B ... Read More »

Week #3 – Twin Valley League Volleyball Wrap

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League Overall Washington County 6-0 11-0 B & B 5-1 11-1 Centralia 5-1 9-2 Valley Heights 5-1 9-3 Onaga 3-3 6-6 Wetmore 3-3 6-5 Hanover 3-3 6-6 Frankfort 2-4 5-5 Linn 2-4 3-7 Axtell 2-4 3-8 Blue Valley 0-6 0-12 Clifton-Clyde 0-6 0-10 Scores from September 11, 2012 Centralia def Axtell 25-20 25-11 Centralia def Frankfort 23-25 25-9 25-17 Axtell ... Read More »

Search in Progress for Missing Fairbury Man

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Jefferson County law enforcement is asking for help searching for an elderly rural Fairbury man who went missing Tuesday morning. According to a press release by the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department, John W. Snyder was last seen at his home at approximately 10 a.m. Tuesday. Snyder is described as an 81-year-old white male approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall weighing ... Read More »

Knowledge at noon to be held next Tuesday

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Food preservation has regained popularity because consumers are planting their own gardens or buying local foods.  But home canning requires proper practices to make the product safely and tasty.  Come learn about the latest in home food preservation. Karen Blakeslee, Extension Associate, will present this program on Tuesday, August 14 at the Marysville City Building. Knowledge @ Noon programs begin ... Read More »

Live Stream: Big 12 Football Media Days From Dallas

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Your Country KNDY in cooperation with the Big 12 Digital Network will have live wall-to-wall streaming coverage of the 2012 Big 12 Conference Football Media Days from Dallas, Texas. You will be able to view the press conferences’ for each member school, along with select players over two days.  Streaming will begin shortly before 9:00 a.m. each day, and last ... Read More »

Marshall County Fair Schedule

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Thursday, July 12 9:00 am Horse Show Halter Events Equestrian Events Costume Class Trail Class Rain date for everything except halter events is July 30 Break for heat of the day 5:00 pm — Horse Speed Events Friday, July 13 4:00 – 8:00 pm — All 4-H and Open entries accepted 6:00 pm — All Beef, Sheep, and Swine are ... Read More »

Centralia Man Injured in Accident

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A Centralia man escaped serious injury in a single-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon on K-62 Highway just north of the Jackson/Nemaha County line.   The Kansas Highway Patrol says 50-year-old Jerald Hermesch was driving a semi truck pulling a Flat bed trailer hauling round hay bales northbound when the semi left the road, went into a ditch, and overturned.   Hermesch ... Read More »

Oldsburg Man Killed In Farm Accident

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An Oldsburg man was killed in a skid loader accident on Tuesday.  65 year old Jerry DeFoor was operating a skid loader on Tuesday when he was trapped between the bucket of the skid loader and the cab.  Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat report that DeFoor was deceased when emergency personnel arrived on the scene. Read More »

Olsburg Man Found Dead Trapped Under Skid Loader

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The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to rural Olsburg just after 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday on the report of a man being trapped under a skid loader. When authorities arrived, they found 65-year-old Jerry DeFoor of Olsburg dead. According to Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat, DeFoor was found trapped between the bucket and cab of the skid loader. Authorities ... Read More »