Local & Area

Brian Voos named new Director of Physical Therapy

Submitted by Jianna Zahner Sabetha Community Hospital is pleased to announce that Brian Voos, physical therapist, will be the new director of the Physical Therapy Program at SCH, effective July…

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Organization News: Greater Sabetha Community Foundation

Submitted by Leslie Scoby The Board of Directors of the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation (GSCF) met in May at the Sabetha Health and Wellness Center for a tour. Bill Simpson…

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Governor, Lieutenant Governor to stop in Sabetha

Submitted Governor Laura Kelly and Lieutenant Governor Lynn Rogers have announced details on the upcoming Office of Rural Prosperity Listening Tour. Kelly and Rogers will stop in Sabetha on Monday,…

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Kansas Governor to visit Nemaha County

Submitted by Jolene Bloom Kansas Governor Laura Kelly is appearing in Seneca at 6 p.m. Monday, June 24, at the Nemaha County Community Building. Everyone is invited to attend, and…

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Twister’s Car Show 6.8.2019

Twister’s Car Show 6.8.2019

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Commission approves Eagle Scout shade project

The construction of a solar shade at the city ball fields has been approved by the Sabetha City Commission at their meeting on Monday, June 10. Present for the 6…

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Annual car show draws 72 registered vehicles

Submitted by Bart White The 21st Annual Twister’s Car Show was held Saturday, June 8, at the Mary Cotton Public Library. Participants and attendees enjoyed a sunny day, with highs…

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Sabetha’s sales tax distributions down

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

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May precipitation is record in Kansas history

The Kansas State University Weather Data Library says average rainfall in May was 10.26 inches, the wettest month on records going back 125 years. The Kansas News Service reports the…

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May showers delay Sixth Street project

April showers bring May flowers, but May showers have brought more delays in construction for Sabetha’s Sixth Street project. The precipitation in May has set the Sixth Street project back…

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Lukert Reunion

Submitted The annual Lukert Reunion was held on Sunday, June 2, 2019, in the 4-H Building at the Fairview City Park. This year’s event was hosted by Milan Kloepfer and…

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Soldier Creek Wind Farm: Commissioners continue review of site plan

After receiving the site plan – which shows the general location of approximately 120 turbines – on Friday, May 31, the Nemaha County commissioners announced Monday that they are still…

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Morrill Alumni Banquet: Charles Gruber receives Distinguished Alumni Award

Submitted by Glenda Rokey Charles Gruber was presented with the Distinguished Alumni Award by Shirley Kendall Brougher at the Morrill Alumni Banquet held on Sunday, May 26. Charles was raised…

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Brown County Sheriff warns of new scam

Submitted by John Merchant Brown County Sheriff County residents are getting overwhelmed by lottery scam mailings. These notifications are informing you that you have won a lottery and are requesting…

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Plant disease identified in rhododendrons in Kansas

Submitted by Heather Landsowne The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s plant protection and weed control program this week confirmed the presence of a plant disease in hundreds of rhododendrons sold at…

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