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13th Annual Giving Tree Project Begins

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Blue Valley Tele-Communications’ 13th annual Giving Tree project is currently underway. Christmas (Giving) Trees have been distributed to local businesses in Marshall, Nemaha, Washington, and Pottawatomie Counties. Christmas cards designed by the Joy Club children of Frankfort United Methodist Church have placed on the trees for adoption. Wish lists are located inside the cards. Anyone wishing to spread the spirit ... Read More »

B&B – Nemaha Valley School District to choose interim Superintendent Monday

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The election of officers for the newly formed Nemaha Valley-B&B school district is the first order of business for th Temporary Board of Education. The elected President and Vice-President will serve until June 30, 2010 or until his/her successor is elected and qualified. Donna Whiteman of KASB informed the Temporary Board of Education cannot enter into a contractual agreement with ... Read More »

Nemaha School Board Special Meeting Agenda

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NEMAHA VALLEY SCHOOLS U.S.D. 442  SPECIAL BOARD MEETING NEMAHA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL MAIN GYM WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010 7:00 P.M. 11-88     APPROVAL OF WAIVER OF WRITTEN NOTICE AND AGENDA FOR SPECIAL MEETING 11-89     DISCUSSION OF CONSOLIDATION WITH U.S.D. 451 B&B  This time has been set for questions and comments from the public. 11-90     MEETING ADJOURNMENT Read More »

B&B and Nemaha County move forward on consolidation

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The B & B USD 451 school board adopted a resolution Wednesday evening to consolidate with the Nemaha Valley School District.  The boards agreed to keep the current K-12 configuration at B & B during the next four years.  During this time there will be a frozen budget.  There was an exception to re-evaluate if there were unforeseeable financial obstacles.  ... Read More »

B and B School Board tables consolidation

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The Nemaha Valley School Board Monday evening adopted a resolution to consolidate with B & B USD 451. The resolution authorizes the board president to sign a consolidation agreement between the two districts. The B & B School Board during their meeting Monday evening discussed the consolidation agreement, but tabled action because they had some questions. They also tabled action ... Read More »

Nemaha County School Board will hold emergency meeting Monday

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NEMAHA VALLEY SCHOOLS, U.S.D. 442, will hold a special board meeting Monday at the UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICE, 5:15 P.M.. The agenda includes the consideration of contracting special education services with the newly formed Prairie Hills School District. The consideration of recinding resolutions of intent to non-renew special education teachers, and a report from the consolidation committee followed by a ... Read More »

USD 422 Board To Hold Consolidation Meeting April 5

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The USD 442 Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, April 5, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the main gym of Nemaha Valley High School. This is a meeting with the public invited. School consolidation issues will be the focus of the meeting with the following presentations tentatively scheduled for the agenda. *Donna Whiteman, Kansas Association of ... Read More »

Bob Fisher of Centralia Sets A Second World Record

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Courtesy of Northeast Kansas Sports.com A new world record for the most free throws in two minutes was set Sunday, March 7, 2010 at Valley Heights High School. Bob Fisher of Centralia, Kansas made 88 in two minutes to break the previous record of 68 which was held by Rick Rosser of Alabama. This is the second world record for ... Read More »

895 Visitors Tour The Blue Rapids Museum in 2009

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When first-time visitor, Clark Brake, signed in at the end of the afternoon on December 31, 2009 at the Blue Rapids Museum, he didn’t know he was making history as the 895th and final visitor of the year. “I was surprised at all there was to see,” stated Brake. Final tabulation from the Blue Rapids Museum shows visitors from 51 ... Read More »