Local & Area

Christian Women’s Club hosts birthday celebration

Submitted by Peggy Brant The Sabetha Christian Women’s group held a special celebration at its meeting on Tuesday, June 12, at the Buzz Café. It was a very special gathering…

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Nemaha County Committee nomination period begins

Submitted by Rob Larkin The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) encourages America’s farmers and ranchers to nominate candidates to lead, serve and represent their community on their local county committee….

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Greater Sabetha Community Foundation

The Board of Directors of the Greater Sabetha Community Foundation met at the regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 12, at Buzz Café. President Bill Simpson called the meeting to…

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Fundraiser event offers free fellowship and music

Enjoy an afternoon of fellowship and music at the Mary Cotton Public Library Park this Saturday, June 23. From noon to 5 p.m., anyone can attend the free event which…

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Tips for parents to help their kids get started with retirement planning

Submitted by Miguel Casellas-Gil It’s a whole new world for recent college graduates entering the workforce. Their priorities have changed. Now bills, rent and student loans lead their monthly list….

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Sabetha Christian Women 6.12.18

Submitted by Peggy Brant The Sabetha Christian Women’s Club met on Tuesday, June 12, at the Buzz Café. The Special Feature was Tootie Ebel from Falls City, Neb., who spoke…

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Tower Mental Health Foundation announces grant opportunity

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and the Tower Mental Health Foundation announced that they are soliciting grant applications for projects and activities that support mental health services in Kansas. Grants…

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Club News: Berwick Home Benefit FCE

Submitted by Edith Ketter Ruth Meyer hosted the June 11 meeting of the Berwick Home Benefit FCE at the Apostolic Christian Home West Village. Glennis Lippert gave the lesson, “Is…

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Motorists are paying more for gas this summer

Consumers are spending $69 more a month to fill-up compared to last summer. According to AAA, gasoline expenses are accounting, on average, for 7 percent of an American’s 2018 annual…

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Run for the Fallen experience impacts local runners

America’s Run for the Fallen, a run that spans the United States to individually honor and remember all military service members who died during the War on Terror traveled through…

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Ribbon Cutting celebrated at 1005 Salon

Cindy Baker owner of 1005 Salon, hosts an open house and Sabetha Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Friday, June 8. Pictured are (L-R) Chamber board members Julie Burnenheide and Dayra... Read More

SBS announces new employee

Michaela Schultejans has joined the staff of SBS Insurance Agency in Sabetha. She has extensive experience in the financial/insurance industry, and will be working primarily with commercial and farm lines... Read More

Annual car show draws 69 paid entries

Submitted by Bart White The 20th Annual Twisters Car Show was held Saturday, June 9. This year’s show was held around the Mary Cotton Public Library in Sabetha with 69…

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Sabetha Blood Drive collects 79 units

Seventy-nine units of blood were collected at the Sabetha blood drive held on Tuesday, June 5. Volunteers helping with the drive were Lyla Edelman, Jan Isch, Diane Hicks, Jodi Nohl…

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Election 2018: Filing deadline passes, candidates set

The filing deadline has now passed for the 2018 Election. Candidates for any of the open seats in area, state or national offices were required to file by noon on…

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