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Melanie Bryant newest council member in Washington

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Melanie Bryant was sworn in as the newest member of the Washington City Council Monday night. She was appointed to the position by Mayor Ryan Kern to fill his position after he became Mayor following the death of then mayor Harold Jones. Melanie and her husband Marc have 5 children and she also has two step daughters. She is the manager of ... Read More »

City of Washington Warns Of Utility Insurance Solicitations

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The City of Washington has been made aware that local utility customers may be receiving solicitations from a company called HomeServe. The City of Washington is not affiliated with this company, nor does it endorse the company or the services it provides. The business is attempting to solicit utility customers to purchase insurance for their water and sewer lines. > ... Read More »

Red Cross Ramps Up Relief Efforts in Oklahoma

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WASHINGTON, Wednesday, May 22, 2013 — The American Red Cross continues to expand relief efforts across Oklahoma, with additional kitchens opening today and more trucks and volunteers flowing into the state. Already this week, more than 200 Red Cross disaster workers in Oklahoma have opened shelters, kitchens and emergency aid stations. In these locations, people can find a safe refuge, food ... Read More »

Weather Service confirms a small tornado did do damage in Washington

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The National Weather Service confirmed Monday that it was a small tornado with winds of around 80 mph that did damage in Washington Saturday night. The weather service agreed with Sheriff Justin Cordry who said he thought that the tornado was dipping up and down out of the cloud and never actually touched the ground. The main area the tornado did damage ... Read More »

Washington County Storm Damage Report

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Washington, Palmer, Linn and Hanover seemed to take the brunt of the storm Saturday night as a severe thunderstorm and possibly a tornado did quite a bit of damage, especially in Washington. Sheriff Justin Cordry was driving down Main Street in Washington when the storm hit and he believes damage in Washington was caused by a tornado, maybe not on the ... Read More »

Washington County Commissioners Minutes 4-15-2013

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The Board of Washington County Commission met in regular session on Monday, April 15, 2013 in the commission room at the Washington County Courthouse.  Present:   Alison Mueller, 1st District Commissioner, Chairwoman; Roger Otott, Vice Chairman, 2nd District Commissioner; Gary Ouellette, 3rd District Commissioner; and Denae Dimler, County Clerk.   Next regular meeting will be Monday, April 22, 2013 at 8:30 ... Read More »

City of Washington has open seats

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There is an open seat on the Washington City Council effective May 6, 2013 through April 2017. To qualify you must be a registered voter and reside within the city limits of Washington. Mayor Ryan Kern is also seeking individuals interested in serving in various Mayoral-appointed positions within the City of Washington. To be qualified you must reside within the ... Read More »

City and School Election Results

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Marshall County USD 364 Marysville Position 4 Chris Denner 627 Bob Oliver 572 Position 5 Marc Degenhardt 675 Michelle Reinhart 537 Position 6 Steven Schotte 664 Julie Haggard 532 Marysville City Council Ward 3 Vicky Gross 56 Breta Bloomberg 55 Ward 4 Dennis Schroller 161 Liz Doll  54 Oketo Mayor Darrell Cook 19 Melvern Holle 16 Washington County USD 108 ... Read More »

Positions up for grabs in area election races

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The City and School Election is Tuesday in the State of Kansas. Polls will be open from 7 am to 7 pm. In Washington County, there are a few races, including Position 6 for USD 108 in Washington, where Mark Cudney of Greenleaf, Mary Dodd and Brad Jones, both of Washington are vying for that position. For the City of ... Read More »