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Current Pipeline Shuts Down

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TransCanada Corp. says its pipeline that transports crude oil from Canada through seven states—including a portion of the local area—was temporarily shut down for “mechanical issues.‘‘ Spokesman Terry Cunha says no oil spilled along the 2,148-mile-long pipeline‘s route. He says the company was working Wednesday to find out the cause of the problem. Crude began flowing through the $5.2 billion ... Read More »

Hunter Education Course Comes to Marysville

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A Hunter’s Education Course will take place this Saturday and Sunday in Marysville. The course will teach new hunters the right and safe way to hunt. The program is being hosted by the Marysville Police Department. Anyone interested in participating in the course can register and pick up materials this week at the Marysville Police Department between 9 A.M. and ... Read More »

Friends Help Farmer

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Dennis Holst, a pastor in Marysville, Kansas spearheaded an effort to help an Odell couple harvest their crops this year. Holst organized friends and neighbors of John and Sarah Novotny who are life-long residents of Odell. Approximately 20 volunteers in combines, semi trucks and grain haulers worked their way in and out of the fields Friday, tackling the Novotnys’ 400 ... Read More »

Pierce and Chalmers Combine for the Perfect Ending to Legends of the Phog

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After the final buzzer sounded and the players exited the court, 16,300 fans witnessed one of the greatest endings to a basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse. The Legends of the Phog alumni game could not have ended in a better way as the game concluded in a tie, 111-111. The two most likely of guys finished the game off in ... Read More »

Wymore Man Arrested for Attempting to Assault Police Officer

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A Wymore man was arrested early Sunday morning June 12th for attempting to assault a Wymore police officer. Wymore police were dispatched to 417 D St. in reference to a man trying to force his way into the house. Wymore Police Officer Michael Rath responded to the scene and found a man later identified as Clarence T. Schultz, banging his ... Read More »

Area Resident has Direct Connection to Joplin

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David McCune, Grandson of George McCune – Marshall County Economic Development Director, is one of hundreds of people affected by the tornado that destroyed or damaged as much as 50 percent of Joplin, Missouri. George McCune said his grandson is a freshman at a college in Joplin. George said David was home in Topeka when the tornado hit Joplin but ... Read More »

How To Contact Your Kansas Congressman

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With the possibility of a government shutdown, we have been asked by our listeners to post some contact info so you can voice your concerns or opinions in a civil way to our elected officials. Senators: Jerry Moran | Website Washington: (202) 224-6521 Hays: (785) 628-6401 Pat Roberts | Website Washington: (202) 224-4774 Dodge City: (620) 227-2244 Representatives: Tim Huelskamp, 1st District - Website Washington: (202) ... Read More »

Summerfield Currently Without Water

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A water main burst in the City of Summerfield.  According to Kent Dierking the water supply for the entire city is shut off.  They are currently preparing to gain access to the main.  Dierking said there is currently no way of knowing how long the water will be shut off.  The extent of the damage is not yet known. Read More »

Electric Rates may increase for Beatrice

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An electric rate adjustment will increase electric rates if approved by the Beatrice City Council at their meeting this Monday.  The Board of Public Works cleared the way for an adjustment that would go into effect January 1st of next year if approved by the council.  The proposed rate increase would raise the cost of electricity 13.5 percent in winter ... Read More »

Gage County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help

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The Gage County Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports involving burglaries in the past couple of months in the south central area of the county.  The burglaries have not only occurred during the evening hours but also during the daytime hours.  The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to lock their doors, not only to their residence, but also ... Read More »