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Medicare Phone Scam Reported By Washington County Sheriff’s Office

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The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is reporting several incidents of phone scams involving Medicare. The caller is asking residents for verification of bank account and other personal information. Anyone receiving such a call is advised to be aware, and not go forward with such a request if you are uncertain who the caller represents. Read More »

Washington County Commission Meeting Minutes – Nov. 18

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Washington County Commissioners met Monday. They were advised that the Greenleaf meal site is being closed by Senior Services. Becky Pannbacker presented a cost of $12 for each meal prepared at the site, while the suggested donation for those receiving the meal is $3.50. That has contributed in large part to a financial shortfall for the agency. Commissioners approved advancing ... Read More »

Two Local Town Hall Meetings Set For Rep. Huelskamp

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Kansas Representative Tim Huelskamp has announced his fall town hall meeting schedule. He will be in Marysville and Washington on Friday, November 8th. The public is welcome to attend at Landoll Lanes in Marysville 11 a.m. until noon, and the First National Bank Community Room in Washington from 1-2 p.m. on Friday, November 8th. Read More »

Power Outages Planned For The City of Washington

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The City of Washington will have two scheduled power outages on Friday, November 1, 2013. 9:00 AM – 2 hour outage. 2:00 PM – 30 minute outage. All city utility customers will be affected. Work is being performed to correct a problem with a connection in the substation, and to install switches on the substation at the power plant to ... Read More »

RSVP Of Northeast Kansas To Thank Area First Responders

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RSVP of Northeast Kansas is honoring First Responders, including law enforcement, firemen, E.M.T. and ambulance personnel among others in September. Volunteers will deliver goodies throughout Marshall and Washington Counties thanking our local hero’s. In honor of the anniversary of 9/11, RSVP of Northeast Kansas’ volunteers are thanking our local First Responders by delivering treats to their monthly meetings and their ... Read More »

City Of Washington To Shut Down Water Tower At 8:30 AM

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The City of Washington is dealing with a water mess, and it is only going to get worse this morning. As part of the repairs, after two water mains broke on Tuesday, city crews plan to shut down the water tower at approximately 8:30 a.m. to repair a water valve. Utility customers in the 500 block of West 3rd Street ... Read More »

Kansas Agriculture & Rural Leadership’s 12th Class Announced

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Kansas Agriculture and Rural Leadership recently announced their 12th class, which will begin a two year leadership program this fall. Travis Mason of Herkimer, Kansas Division Manager for Southeast Nebraska CO-OP, and Rebecca Frerking of Washington, coordinator of the Washington and Clay County Farm Bureau Quarter Horse, and Lamb Production programs are among thirty class members from across Kansas. Waterville ... Read More »

Police Blotter: Washington Theft & Unclaimed Property

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Washington County authorities responded to a theft reported Thursday at 112 East 4th Street in Washington. The Nemaha County Sheriff advises that they had an iPod Touch turned in about a month ago that has gone unclaimed. If it may be yours, please identify with the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office. Read More »

Washington hires new City Administrator

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Carl Chalfant has been hired as the new Washington City Administrator and will begin his duties on July 8. He is currently the city administrator for the city of McClouth, which he has been since 2007, prior to that he was city superintendent for the city of McClouth from 1990-2007. His salary has been set at $55,000 a year. Read More »