Local & Area

Mental Health First Aid certification class to be held in Baileyville

Similar to First Aid and CPR training, Mental Health First Aid training helps the public better identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses. It teaches individuals how to…

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Distributions continue increasing locally

Sabetha continues to see increased sales tax receipt revenues, according to the March County/City Local Sales Tax Distribution Report released by the Kansas Department of Revenue. The state issues these…

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Century Farm Program applications available

Submitted by Betty Bergman Tradition and heritage is a big part of what makes agriculture such an attractive way of life for so many Kansans. The lifeblood of our existence…

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Volunteers to ‘Clean Up’ Sabetha

Sabetha’s annual Citywide Clean Up is slated for Wednesday, April 26. Items placed near the curb by 8 a.m. on this date will be collected by volunteers. If a resident…

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Brown County genealogical society program slated for April 20

Submitted by Greg Newlin Join us for a interesting evening when Doniphan Countian Steve Gringery tells about the re-discovery and recovery of St. Joseph, Mo., Fort Smith at 7 p.m….

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Local election ‘falls’ this year

Two city, three school board positions are up for re-election A change in Kansas law has moved local elections — such as those held for city officials and school board…

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Rainy Day Blues

  Assistant City Administrator Bill Shroyer says wastewater improvement contract includes repairs to yards and streets. The streets of Sabetha have been much like an obstacle course the last few…

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Local blood drives scheduled

Submitted by Samantha Pollard Eligible blood donors of all blood types are encouraged to give blood through the American Red Cross this spring to help ensure a sufficient supply for…

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Brown County Commission

Monday, March 27 The Board of Brown County Commissioners met in regular session Monday, March 27. Members present were Steve Roberts, Keith Olsen and Dwight Kruse. Also present were County…

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It’s more than just a meal

Submitted by Diane Yunghans Nemaha County Senior Services Director Meals on Wheels is more than just a meal. We deliver more than 29,968 meals each year. But you’re nourished by…

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Area Fire Department receives grant for grain bin rescue tube

Submitted by Harland Schuster Morrill Fire Department (FD) received a $1,800 grant for a grain bin rescue tube from the Frontier Farm Credit Working Here Fund. Morrill FD purchased a…

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Feels like home

Upon learning that the local Girl Scouts were in need of a location to call “home,” the Albany Historical Society Board of Directors took quick action. The Girl Scouts —…

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School funding bill hits committee

A new school funding bill is now on the table of the K-12 Budget Committee. Revamping K-12 school funding was already on the Kansas Legislature’s “To Do” list this session,…

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Westar continues power reliability improvements

More progress has been made on power infrastructure in the Sabetha, Bern and Seneca area. Westar Energy has been working to improve the reliability in the area for more than…

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Seneca family earns distinction

The Haverkamp family, owners of Kelly Hills Dairy in Seneca, has been named among the 2017 Members of Distinction by Dairy Farmers of America. The Members of Distinction program recognizes…

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