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Storm Damage Reported In Washington County

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Washington County residents are cleaning up and officials are assessing damage Thursday morning after storms crossed much of the county Wednesday night. Four tornado warnings were issued in a span from 8:28 until 10:39 p.m. Spotters confirmed sighting five tornadoes in the county. Tornadoes were seen near Clifton, north west of Linn and southwest and northwest of the city of ...

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Kramer Oil Purchases Trails N Rails Convenience Store

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Kramer Oil Company, Marysville has purchased Trails N Rails, Marysville. The location will be called CJ Express and will be the 2nd convenience store for Kramer Oil. The closing date of the property will be April 30th and will tentatively reopen May 1st. Kramer Oil’s card customer base will be pleased to know that the company’s proprietary (Kramer) cards will ...

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Certified Nurse Aide Class Forming In Washington

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(CONCORDIA) – Cloud County Community College is offering a Certified Nurse Aide Class beginning April 13, 2015 at Centennial Homestead in Washington, KS. Certified Nurse Aides are in demand. Become a part of the challenging world of health care. This course will prepare the students for care of the ill, disabled, or elderly person in the nursing home or hospital ...

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Storm Spotter Training Classes Scheduled In Area

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Severe storm spotters meetings continue throughout Kansas, with a meeting Tuesday evening at 7 in Washington at the Emergency Services Building at 900 D Street, and in Clay Center Thursday evening at 7 at the Baptist Church Meeting Hall at Fifth and Dexter. The public is welcome to attend the free meetings, hosted by the National Weather Service. Marshall County ...

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Washington Man Sentenced To 64 Months In Prison

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Jim Bugbee, 42, of Washington was sentenced Friday in Washington County District Court to a maximum allowable sentence of 64 months in prison in connection with charges of sexual exploitation of a child, and commercial sexual exploitation of a child, while serving as a youth minister at a local Christian Church. He was arrested in November, and remains in custody. ...

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Manley To Fill Vacant USD 108 School Board Position

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Rhonda Manley of Washington will fill an unexpired term for District Two on the Washington County USD 108 School Board. Randy Hubbard resigned from the position in November, the term runs through June of 2015. Manley was the only person who had expressed interest in the position, which will be up for election next year.

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Advanced Beef Cattle & Health Training Session Planned In Washington

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An Advanced Beef Cattle Care and Health Training session is planned Tuesday evening in Washington. The free workshop is to focus on standards and technologies to improve animal welfare, and food safety. Producers and veterinarians will receive Beef Quality Assurance training and information, relevant to the cow calf, stocker, and feedlot industry, animal husbandry best management practices, and downed animal ...

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City of Washington Reminds Residents About Sewer Maintenance

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The City of Washington would like to remind all property owners and sewer utility customers that the City of Washington is responsible for the sewer main lines. The property owner is responsible for the lateral and the tap. Due to the recent purchase of the sewer camera system for the city’s sewer mains, staff has noticed numerous privately-owned sewer taps ...

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Representative Huelskamp To Visit Area Wednesday

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United States Representative Tim Huelskamp will stop in Marysville, Washington, and Belleville Wednesday as part of his October town hall meetings. He will greet constituent’s Wednesday from 9-11 a.m. at the Lincoln Center, 405 N. 4th Street in Marysville, then meeting at the First National Bank in Washington from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. A stop at the Belleville City Office follows at 1:30 p.m.

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