Local & Area

Scam involves Rainbow customers

Submitted by John Merchant Brown County Sheriff Customers from Rainbow Communications are getting Spam e-mails from cheesecakes1@comcast.net letting them know their service is going to be deactivated. This is a…

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Sabetha Chamber of Commerce

Submitted by Gina Murchison, Director The Sabetha Chamber of Commerce met Monday, Feb. 12. The meeting was called to order by the Chamber’s president Dayra Menold. Also present were Brandy…

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Police to enforce Junk Motor Vehicle Ordinance

The Sabetha Police Department will be aggressively enforcing the city’s junk motor vehicle ordinance starting in April. The SPD has always made attempts to work with individuals found in violation…

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Barr-Thorpe is winner of the Coins for a Cause

Barr-Thorpe is the winner of the Coins for a Cause holiday window decorating contest on Sabetha's Main Street. Pictured are (L-R) Barr-Thorpe Manager Marty Moreno, Barr-Thorpe local employee Tammy Cochran,... Read More

STEP Foundation kicks off 25th Anniversary year

Submitted by Tammy Epple Capital Campaign Manager Nemaha County STEP Foundation is kicking off its 25th Anniversary this year. The Foundation has distributed more than $630,000 in grants and scholarships…

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Restaurant closed for now

After two weeks of being closed and many Sabetha residents wondering why, Panda Kitchen owner Julie Yang said the restaurant was closed due to management issues. “We don’t have the…

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SHS students to host fundraising concert to help Houston area

Submitted by Cody Meyer, Director of Communications for NEKS Helps Houston Northeast Kansas Helps Houston is a small local charity recently started by three Sabetha High School students — Sofia…

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Local sales tax receipts show decrease

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

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McNally’s shrimp bisque is ‘Souper’ winner

The eighth annual Souper Bowl, sponsored by Community Animal Protection Society (CAPS), was held Saturday, February 3. There were eight different soups submitted. Pictured are winner Chuck McNally and CAPS... Read More

Democratic Gubernatorial candidate to meet citizens in Seneca

Submitted by Nemaha County Democrats One of the democratic candidates for Governor of Kansas — Col. Arden Anderson, M.D. — will meet with citizens at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 17,…

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Consortium sets next meeting

Discussion will continue for ways to build a diverse collection of Nemaha County sites open to the public as museums and historic attractions by a Museum Consortium Group at a…

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Sidewalk Prophets coming soon

Fans of contemporary Christian music can make plans to attend a concert in Sabetha. The Sidewalk Prophets — a pop/rock band hailing from Nashville, Tenn. — will be making a…

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More scams hit area

The Sabetha Police Department would like to warn area residents to be aware of scams. Scams come in many shapes be it over the internet, over the phone, through the…

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Annual Baileyville Benefit to be held

Submitted by Diane Schmitz The annual Baileyville Benefit Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 24 and Sunday, Feb. 25, at Nemaha Central High School in Seneca. Please join us anytime…

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Dr. Carlson to offer outpatient services at SCH

Submitted by Debby Thompson Dr. Kristopher Carlson is pleased to be offering urologic consultation and surgical procedures at Sabetha Community Hospital beginning Feb. 20, 2018. Dr. Carlson has joined Premier…

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