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Washington County Community Foundation Grant Recipients announced.

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The Washington County Community Foundation has announced the 2012 grant recipients from the Washington County Opportunity Fund. The Hanover Senior Citizens received $350 toward the purchase of a microphone and speaker system for the Kloppenberg Center. The City of Washington was awarded $478 for two observation benches at the swimming pool. A $500 grant was given to KSDS to help ... Read More »

52nd Annual Beef Day Results

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  52   rd ANNUAL QUALITY BEEF DAY RESULTS   BREEDING BEEF REGISTERED AOB (8) Champion Registered AOB Female 4-H/FFA, JW LeDoux, Agenda, KS Reserve Champion Reg AOB Female 4-H/FFA, Mason Runft, Scandia, KS SHORTHORN (3) Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Tyler Uhri, Dawson, NE Reserve Champion 4-H/FFA Female, Claire Ohlde, Linn, KS ANGUS (3) Champion 4-H/FFA Female, JW LeDoux, Agenda, KS ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 032412 on K 15 1/2 mile south of 2nd Road Yvette Peters, Linn driving a 2008 Chevrolet struck a raccoon.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.    On 032612 an officer was dispatched to 200 West North, Hanover for the report of an assault.  Investigation is pending.    On 032712 an officer was dispatched to ... Read More »

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

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On 022412 on East 2nd Street just west of Pierce Street in Washington, a 2007 Chevrolet registered to Kirk Crome, Washington was struck by an unknown vehicle.  Damage estimated at more than $1,000.00, no injuries were reported.    On 031212 the Washington Fire Department was dispatched to assist with getting a animal out of a tree.   On 031212 an officer ... Read More »

Suspicious Activity in Washington

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Someone was apparently shaking door knobs in the City of Washington overnight Thursday.  Washington County Sheriff Bill Dickson told KNDY that they received multiple reports of someone trying to open doors, supposedly to gain entry to homes.  Dickson reported that no homes were entered and nothing was reported to be stolen.  Washington County Deputies did spend extra time in the ... Read More »

Fire Destroys Rural Linn Home

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A rural Linn home and all of its contents were destroyed by fire Tuesday.   The home belongs to Que and Tammy Herrs. Elements Salon & Day Spa in Washington (where Tammy works) is organizing a collection of goods for them.  The Herrs have a two children ages two and three.  If you have anything to donate, you may drop it ... Read More »

Caucus Results – Marshall, Washington, Nemaha

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Caucuses were held in Kansas on Saturday.  Results of Marshall County Republican Caucus: Santorum 76, Romney 35, Gingrich 341 Paul 27, Cain 1.   Results from the Washington County Kansas Republican Party Caucus – Santorum 56, Romney 27, Paul 25, Gingrich 12   Nemaha County Caucus results:  Santorum 77, Paul 21, Romney 20, Gingrich 16   Returns from 94 percent ... Read More »

Senator Roberts Releases Statement on Marketing Agricultural Products

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  WASHINGTON, D.C. – At a Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee hearing on nutrition programs and the marketing of local and regional products, U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), ranking member, today said all titles of the Farm Bill should be consolidated, streamlined and evaluated to determine the best use of taxpayer dollars.  The following is Senator Roberts’ opening statement ... Read More »

KU to Honor Local Students

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KU will honor 20 seniors from Marshall, Washington counties for their academic achievements.  A dinner and program will be held Feb. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at First National Bank, 101 C Street, Washington.  Jacob Strecker, assistant director of Kansas programs for the KU Alumni Association. Mary Ellen Kondrat, dean of social welfare at the University of Kansas, will speak to ... Read More »

2012 National Weather Service Storm Spotter Talks Schedule

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Every year, the National Weather Service in Topeka presents spotter talks which are open to the general public.  Presentations are typically 1-1.5 hours long, and are given by a meteorologist from our office. Safety information will be provided as well as examples of various types of severe storms that impact Kansas each year. While attending a talk we provide you ... Read More »