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Fire Damages Odell Home

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A house fire in Odell caused extensive damage to a home on Thursday evening.  Odell, Diller and Beatrice Firefighters responded to a blaze at a house owned by Jake Rutti just after 5 p.m.  The home is located on Highway 8 and Highway 112 west of Odell. Rutti reported that he was sealing cracks with foam when the foam caught ... Read More »

Council Approves Sewer Rate Increase – Complete Ordinance

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AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING USER CHARGES FOR THE CITY’S WASTEWATER (SEWER) TREATMENT WORKS, REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF MARYSVILLE, KANSAS: SECTION 1. Effective January 1, 2011 wastewater (sewer) rates required to be charged and collected through its officers and agents furnished by the wastewater works of said City shall be ... Read More »

Centralia Lake open for swimming

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Centralia Lake use restrictions on water contact have been lifted.  KDHE says it has rescinded the advisory for Centralia City Lake in Nemaha County. The water is deemed safe for public use and there are no longer restrictions on activity. Read More »

Centralia Lake advisory continues

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An advisory remains in effect for Centralia City Lake, in Nemaha County, and Lake Meade, in Meade County. An advisory allows for boating and fishing at the lake. All other contact with water is discouraged for people and pets. Read More »

KDHE lessens the Centralia Lake warning to an advisory

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KDHE has released an update on Centralia City Lake, in Nemaha County.  The KDHE states that levels are improving and the warning has been downgraded to an advisory to allow for boating and fishing at the lake. The advisory continues to discourage all contact with the water for people and pets. KDHE recommends the following precautions be taken: Do not ... Read More »

Centralia Lake is open – sort of

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Centralia Lake is open for boating and fishing.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the blue-green-algae continues to be detected at the lake, but the levels are improving.  The KDHE warning has been downgraded to an advisory which allows boating and fishing.  Contact with the water is discouraged for people and pets. Read More »

Marshall County Commissioners

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August 23, 2010 The Board of Marshall County Commissioners met in regular adjourned session with Michael J. Keating, Chairman; Charles R. Loiseau and Thomas K. Holle member; and Sonya L. Stohs, County Clerk present. The meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. The Board opened the meeting with the flag salute. The minutes and agenda were approved as presented ... Read More »

Some Good News at Lovewell

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The folks at Lovewell Lake finally got some good news today from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. It comes 5-weeks after the lake was first shut-down July 16th. The Secretary of the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has given park officials the green light to open the reservoir to pleasure boating and fishing activities. The latest KDHE water ... Read More »

KDHE issues warning for Centralia Lake

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Centralia Lake in Nemaha County is included in a warning issued by Kansas health officials.  The warning tells people to avoid contact with water in the lake because of toxic blue-green algae blooms.  The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says the warnings cover Centralia City Lake in Nemaha County until further notice.  KDHE says people should avoid ingesting the ... Read More »

Lovewell Lake Closed for a Second Week

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It will be closed until at least next Friday, July 30th. That was the order issued by the Kansas State Department of Health and Environment yesterday after the latest test of water from the lake still had dangerous toxin levels. The toxins were produced algae blooms growing there. Lovewell Wildlife and Parks Manager Rob Unruh said he was informed by ... Read More »