Local & Area

Fundraiser benefits football program

Melissa Detweiler, left, presents a check for $2,000 to Sabetha High School Head Football Coach Garrett Michael, which will be used toward further improvements at the football field. The funds... Read More

Local banks, insurance agencies hold holiday open houses

Students from Sabetha Elementary Preschool sing Christmas songs at United Bank and Trust and SBS Insurance's Christmas Open House on Thursday, December 6.Customers enjoy food and company during the Community... Read More

Hospital enhances local emergency services

Submitted by Debby Thompson Sabetha Community Hospital provides emergency services to more than 1,000 patients in the community each year. Open 24/7, the emergency room is equipped to handle any…

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Ag Partners donates to STEP Foundation

STEP Executive Director Tory Jost, right, receives a $10,000 donation from Ag Partners Coop Marketing Specialist, Jessica Hermesch. As part of their continued support of local communities, Ag Partners Coop,... Read More

National Career Development announces poetry, art contest

The Kansas Department of Commerce is partnering with the National Career Development Association (NCDA) to participate in the 53rd NCDA Annual Poetry and Art Contest. The contest theme is “Using…

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Sabetha’s November sales tax distributions decrease

Sabetha’s sales tax receipts are below last year’s distributions for November. This is according to the November County/City Local Sales Tax Distribution Report released by the Kansas Department of Revenue….

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Kickapoo Tribe, Jim Reitz recognized

Submitted Jim Reitz has dedicated more than 40 years of service to natural resource management, pioneering new techniques in riparian buffer management and championing forestland health for water quality and…

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‘Give to Grow’ nets nearly $140,000

Giving has in fact continued to grow, as exemplified during the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation’s third annual Give to Grow Match Day, held Friday, Nov. 23, both online and in-person…

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With harvest nearly complete, soybean and corn yields varied

Soybean and corn yields are “all over the place,” according to Dan Dalinghaus, manager at the Sabetha location of Ag Partners Cooperative. The worst soybean yields were 37 bushels per…

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CNB shows community spirit

Submitted Community National Bank has introduced a winter debit card promotion that benefits four non-profit organizations in their trade areas. Each time cardholders use their Community National Bank debit card…

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Donations being accepted for Babies Best Start program

Submitted A donation campaign is underway for an innovative program that provides baby supplies to low income new parents in Nemaha County. There is a very real need, says Krista…

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American Red Cross blood drives scheduled

Submitted The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donors to give now to ensure blood is available for medical treatments and emergencies during the holiday season. Blood…

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STEP awards $36,000 in the fall grant cycle

Submitted by Tory Jost, Nemaha County STEP Foundation The STEP Foundation Board of Directors has announced recipients for the second round of 2018 grants. These grants are awarded for charitable purposes…

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Harvey Wenger’s artwork on display at Grassroots Art Center

Submitted Harvey Wenger’s artistic talent and skill were remarkable, and many of his pieces are on display at the Grassroots Art Center, located at 213 South Main Street in Lucas,…

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November blizzard strikes area

Closed roadways, power outages, and white-out conditions were the hallmark of the first November blizzard on record in northeast Kansas. According to the National Weather Service, a widespread 4 to…

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