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2.146 Million Dollar Re-surfacing Project Begins

On Monday, a 2.146 million dollar resurfacing project began on a 28-mile stretch of K-99 from the north city limits of Frankfort to the Kansas/Nebraska state line and on K-9 from the K-88 junction to the K-99 junction north of Frankfort in Marshall County. Resurfacing work will take place daily, Monday through Saturday, during daylight hours. Flaggers will coordinate with ... Read More »

Re-surfacing Work Begins on Highway 99

On Monday, a 2.146 million dollar resurfacing project began on a 28-mile stretch of K-99 from the north city limits of Frankfort to the Kansas/Nebraska state line and on K-9 from the K-88 junction to the K-99 junction north of Frankfort in Marshall County. Resurfacing work will take place daily, Monday through Saturday, during daylight hours. Flaggers will coordinate with ... Read More »

K-178 Bridge Repair Project Set to Begin in Nemaha County

Weather permitting, on Monday, April 18, a repair project will begin on the bridge spanning Wildcat Creek in Nemaha County. The bridge is located just east of the city of St. Benedict on K-178, just north of the US-36/K-178 junction. Work will take place daily during daylight hours throughout the project duration. Traffic over the bridge will be reduced to ... Read More »

Nemaha County Board Minutes

The Board of Nemaha County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, March 28, 2011 in the Commission Room of the Nemaha County Courthouse. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Tim Burdiek leading the flag salute. Present also were Commissioners Mark Wessel and Gary Scoby, Road and Bridge Supervisor Dennis Ronnebaum and Office Manager Janet Linden, and County ... Read More »

KDOT Winter Weather Information

KDOT has also released information on their use of rock salt and salt brine.  Plow operators may apply salt brine or rock salt behind them to help promote melting. However, rock salt and salt brine generally don’t work when temperatures are near or below 15° F. Rock salt can be used alone or in combination with sand to help with ... Read More »

Kandrive.org and 511 Available to Travelers

Kansas Department of Transportation’s would like to remind travelers of the website, kandrive.org.  The site provides travel information and trip planning in Kansas. The site provides road condition and work zone information and links to other information, such as Closed Roads Reports, Driving Conditions Reports, weather and travel information for other states and more. You can also call 511 from ... Read More »

Better Business Bureau tips for earning extra Christmas money

Are you looking to make some extra cash for holidays, or needing just a little extra money to help make ends meets? The Better Business Bureau of Kansas Incorporated wants to warn consumers to be wise when researching these types of services: If you are asked to pay in advance for employment or to process a loan, please stop to ... Read More »

KDOT Traveler Information Service Prepares For Winter Travel

Kansas Secretary of Transportation Deb Miller announced today improvements to KDOT’s traveler information services in advance of the winter/holiday travel season. An enhanced 511 Mobile application is now available at http://511mm.ksdot.org. The free 511 Mobile site now provides map, camera and electronic message sign views, road conditions, work zone and event information and links to weather.  The site is accessible ... Read More »

Jerry Moran “Listening Tour” Coming To Frankfort Nov. 19

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Jerry Moran will visit Marshall County this Friday, November 19, 2010 during his annual Listening Tour. Moran is visiting communities in each of the 69 counties of the First Congressional District and will be in Frankfort on Friday to hear from local residents. Moran will meet with residents at First National Bank, located at 124 N. ... Read More »

SCC Enrollment Increases Nearly 3 Percent For Fall Quarter

Enrollment for the Fall Quarter at Southeast Community College increased nearly 3 percent from the same time a year ago, according to a recent report. Information released by the Administrative Services Office indicates that full-time equivalency increased 2.89 percent for the Fall Quarter, which began Oct. 4. An FTE student is equivalent to 45 quarter credit hours or 30 semester ... Read More »