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Emergency Medical Responder Class Planned in Waterville

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An Emergency Medical Responder class is being planned in Waterville, KS, beginning Monday, August 17, 2015. Classes will be held Monday & Thursday evenings from 6-10 p.m. and every other Saturday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. The class will finish in late October. Instructor will be Caroline Scoville, EMT, Instructor/Coordinator. Successful completion of this class & will allow the EMR to work ...

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Heat Advisory Issued For Northeast Kansas Saturday

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The National Weather Service in Topeka has issued a Heat Advisory, which is in effect from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday. Temperature: Air temperatures will rise into the 95 to 100 degree range. This combined with humidity levels will produce Heat Indices of 105 to 110 on Saturday afternoon and evening. Impacts: Persons are advised to avoid prolonged work ...

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U.S. 24 Resurfacing Project to Begin in Manhattan

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On Thursday, May 21, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on a 5.61-mile portion of U.S. 24 from the K-177 junction north to the K-13 junction in Manhattan (Riley County). Project work includes a 3-inch mill and 3-inch overlay through the concrete portion of U.S. 24 (Manhattan Mall entrance to the water plant) and a 5-inch mill and 5-inch ...

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Lunch With The Arts Set For May 27th In Marysville

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The Lee Dam Center for Fine Art will be the setting for a” Lunch with the Arts” during the final week of the Hoffman Family Exhibit “Sports, Cats, and Family” on Wednesday, May 27th, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The lunch is open to the public. A $5.00 donation is requested. The exhibit includes work from Mark, Renee, Aaron, ...

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Hoffman Family Exhibit On Display At Lee Dam Center For Fine Art

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“Sports, Cats, and Family” – this is the theme of the Hoffman Family exhibit currently on display at the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art.  Work by Mark Hoffman and Renee Hoffman, well-known artists in the community, is augmented by work executed by sons Aaron and Evan.  Marc also is known locally for his progression through the United States Postal ...

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K-87 Multi-Bridge Replacement Project To Begin In Marshall County

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On Monday, April 20, a replacement project will begin on two K-87 bridges located approximately 0.17-miles north of the K-9 junction in Marshall County. Crews will replace the existing 27-foot by 24.6-foot and 24.8-foot by 24.2-foot simple steel beam span structures with a two barrel 14-foot by 7-foot by 75.8-foot reinforced concrete box and a two barrel 14-foot by 6-foot ...

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U.S. 36 Improvement Project To Begin In Seneca

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On Wednesday, April 15, an improvement project will begin on U.S. 36 from 1st Street to 11th Street in Seneca (Nemaha County). Project work includes the installation of new storm sewer from 4th Street to 11th Street, and all new curb and gutter and driveway access from 1st Street to 11th Street in Seneca. Work will take place daily Monday ...

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Marysville City Council Meeting Notes – March 23rd

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The Marysville City Council met Monday. Wayne Price filled in for the Mayor who was absent. A resolution was approved refinancing the water line improvements, at a reduced interest rate, which will net the city a savings of approximately $135,000 in interest during the remaining fifteen year life of the loan. Four bids were submitted for various alternates on repainting ...

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ORANGE BARREL ALERT: Traffic Reduction On Highway 36

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Traffic may be reduced to one lane at times crossing a US Highway 36 bridge in Brown County, about two miles west of the US Highway 75 interchange at Fairview. Repair work will begin this week, continuing until June on a broken wing wall at that location.

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